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Company & Role Overview
Our client is looking for a new payroll specialist the responsibilities will include collecting and reviewing employee information and working hours, calculating their wages/salaries, preparing and processing employee payments, and maintaining accurate payroll records.
Additional responsibilities consist of overseeing the payroll budget and expenses as well as working together with different departments to increase payroll service performance and lead on the development of in-house payroll systems
This is a hybrid role
- Ensuring agreement with all statutory requirements of PAYE and pension schemes and to ensure correct and timely reporting as required by HM Revenue and Customs, Real Time information and pension scheme returns.
- Implements, maintains, and reviews payroll processing systems to certify timely and accurate processing of payroll transactions including salaries, benefits, garnishments, taxes, and other deductions.
- Handling of payroll, including new starters, leavers, timesheets, calculating pay, HMRC submissions.
- Guaranteeing that correct payments are made, and appropriate information is provided, to the company pension scheme, HMRC and other statutory bodies.
- Giving advice and knowhow in relation to the effect of external changes on pension schemes.
- Strengthen the provision of Payroll related reporting (e.g., weekly KPIs and manager reports) both scheduled and on request.
- Ensuring the management of all types of leave e.g., sick, holiday, maternity, volunteering.
- Leading the growth and enhancement of Payroll and Pension system processes, in liaison with the Human Resource Department, to provide a well-organized and effective service to employees.
- Adding to the identification and conveyance of business improvement projects to streamline the payroll arrangements.
- To build up and carry out the company policy and procedures related to payroll and pensions, liaising with senior management, internal audit and other departments where appropriate.
- Providing user training to make sure that payroll policies and procedures are commonly understood across the organisation. Employ plans to ensure full compliance with policies and procedures.
- Retaining a thorough understanding of current and emerging payroll best practice, new legislation and Government guidelines and ensure that the company’s processes are updated accordingly.
- Business improvements - contributing to the progress of policies and procedures and provide support to the company major projects as required.
- To take on ad hoc tasks as required from time to time by the Head of Finance and/or Financial Controller to assist in the general running of the Department.
- Support both the internal and external auditors as required, during their audits.
- Employees are also required to comply with all the company’s policies, paying special attention to the Information Classification and Handling Policy, Health and Safety and Equality and Diversity Policy.
- Completely CIPP Qualified and a current active member of the CIPP.
- A proven track record of overseeing a highly effective Payroll and/or Pension office to include a working knowledge of statutory requirements affecting PAYE, Defined Contribution Pension schemes and benefit structures.
- Having a strong knowledge of manual and computerised payroll systems and rules.
- Capability to translate and to reconcile complex financial data from a variety of sources using tools such as Microsoft Excel.
- Able to work as a part of a team and build brilliant relationships with colleagues at all levels
- The capability to handle difficult and varied workload to a high standard, prioritise efficiently and react positively to inconsistent pressures and problems.
- Having good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to clearly present technical and complex issues to a variation of audiences.
- High level systematic skills to support information analysis and problem resolution
- Ability to give to the Quality Assurance of systems, policy and procedures improvements where necessary.
- 30 days annual leave (18 days, pro-rata basis) plus discretionary days at Christmas
- Interest free season ticket loan
- 24/7 Virtual GP
- Cycle to work scheme
- 7% employer contribution pension
- Employee discounts on gym membership and a broad range of retail outlets
- Flexible working and home working options
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Company and role overview
Our client is searching for a positive and proactive Payroll Specialist to join their busy team. The candidate will be responsible for collecting and reviewing employee information such as wages/salaries, processing payments and maintaining accurate payrolls. It will be the candidate’s job to lead on the development of in-house payroll systems.
£35,000 pa (£21,000 pro-rata), 3 days.
- To ensure compliance with all statutory requirements of PAYE and pension schemes
- Implement, maintain, and review payroll processing systems including salaries, benefits, garnishments, taxes, and other deductions
- Processing of payroll, including new starters, leavers, timesheets, calculating pay, HMRC submissions
- Ensuring that correct payments are made, and appropriate information is provided
- Lead the development and enhancement of Payroll and Pension system processes, in liaison with the Human Resource Department
- To develop and implement the company’s policy and procedures regarding payroll and pensions often liaising with senior management, internal audit, and other departments
- Fully CIPP Qualified and a current active member of the CIPP
- Experience of managing a highly effective Payroll and/or Pension office
- A strong understanding of manual and computerised payroll systems
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to maintain relationships
- Ability to interpret and use tools such as Microsoft Excel.
Company & Role Overview
Our client in the educational sector is searching for an efficient candidate to support the Director of HR with administrative responsibilities, recruitment and managing data.
Our client provides a timely and confidential workplace where the candidate can work efficiently, accurately, and confidentially while focusing on providing the best HR administrative service possible.
- Maintain personnel files in an orderly, secure, and confidential manner as well as carrying out regular audits and maintaining personnel files.
- Answer and deal with day-to-day enquiries, email, post, and other paperwork as required.
- Keep record of details and changes, recruitment and employment checks, staff qualifications, start and leaving information, absence recording, staff training, probation review dates, etc. on HR database.
- Responsible for staff recruitment, advertising media, placing job adverts, responding to candidate queries, producing interview schedules, booking rooms, producing panel packs.
- Be the first point of contact for staff queries about routine employment matters.
- Update and maintain records of all staff enrolled, liaising with the Payroll and Pensions Officer.
- GCSE Math’s and English or equivalent
- Educated to ‘A’ level or equivalent
- Certificate in HR Practice (or can demonstrate equivalent HR knowledge base gained via work experience)
- A CIPD or similar qualification
- Previous experience and understanding of recruitment and selection administration and HR database and other generalist HR processes
- Able to work effectively on own initiative and within limits of own professional boundaries and knowledge
- A good understanding of the principles of Safer Recruitment and Equality and Diversity as relevant to the needs of the post
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Has a high degree of numeracy and the ability to perform calculations effectively?
- Very competent in the use of Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, Outlook and Sharepoint.
- Sophisticated knowledge of Microsoft Excel to produce reports
- Are discreet and respects confidentiality; diplomatic, patient, and non-judgmental.
Company and Role Overview
Our clients who is an education provider is looking for a skilled Head of Finance to come and join their busy team. The aim of this role to manage the efficient and accurate processing of all daily accounting transactions and financial information. The position will also be accountable to the Trust Company Secretary for Trust level financial management and reporting.
Key responsibilities for this role will include financial planning, reporting and control; liaison with Auditors and Bankers and supporting the development of financial management across the School, College and Trust.
- Provide robust, expert financial support and advice to the School Bursar and College Bursar, leadership teams and Finance and General-Purpose Committees.
- Deputise for the School Bursar or College Bursar on financial matters as required.
- Work closely with the leadership teams to ensure that our financial systems and processes are agile, providing support and guidance to colleagues in using them.
- Monitor performance and ensure financial KPI’s and targets are met or exceeded.
- Provide financial modelling and impact analysis e.g., inflation, activity projections.
- Ensure monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports are provided to managers.
- Annual statutory consolidated financial reporting, in line with charities SORP, ensuring successful audits and timely compliance with all annual returns.
- Ensure that all process and procedures and arrangements are in place for detecting and reporting fraud and support any investigative procedures as required.
- Manage consultants and other third-party contractors as required.
- Provide leadership to enhance ways of working as a team, providing high quality advice and levels of service to the organisation.
- Track record of leading a successful finance team, managing a high-calibre, multi-disciplinary and multi-site team to deliver against demanding timescales.
- Excellent analytical and reasoning skills.
- Proven experience of developing financial models, operating principles, and managing complex budgeting and reporting processes.
- Demonstrable experience of working at a strategic level and being responsive to change.
- Experience of developing finance practice and making improvements to service delivery.
- Proven project and team management capability.
- Qualified Finance professional: ACCA, ACA or CIMA.
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