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Talent & HR Manager - Hackney -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £35,000 to £45,000 Per Annum
  • Hackney
This award winning music tech start-up is looking for an experienced, motivated, and diligent Talent and HR Manager to advise and manage HR processes as well as recruit for their growing multidisciplinary team.As a core member of their friendly and effective Talent Team, you will direct source a portion of their open and upcoming technical and non technical positions, building talent pools that convert conversations into excellent candidate, brand and ultimately team member experiences. Working alongside their Internal Recruiter, the focus of the departments you will recruit for will be based on your experience and skill set. Alongside talent acquisition, you will also advise and implement key HR processes, as well as take full responsibility for the drafting and filing of all of their employment contracts. This role will be vital in maturing their people processes and increasing efficiency across the People Department.You will report into their Head of Talent, with close collaboration with their Head of People Development and Chief People Officer. This role is most complementary to an HR generalist who excels in a fast-paced atmosphere, is results driven and enjoys continuous improvement and implementation of processes and compliance.What you'll need:Talent:Experience as an in-house recruiter or sourcer with volume recruitmentWorking knowledge and experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (they use Greenhouse), social media, candidate platforms, and hiring process workflowsHuman Resources:- Credible generalist HR experience gained from delivering results within a dynamic, collaborative and inclusive environment- An adept understanding of current UK employment law and data protection- Experience managing visa administration and employer sponsorship responsibilitiesKey Attributes:- Resilience and the ability to manage competing demands, changing priorities and challenging deadlines with speed- Fantastic organisational skills with a methodical approach alongside a flexible attitude- An interest in sharing and receiving knowledge and feedback to grow the collective understanding and skill set of the Talent and wider People Team- An inquisitive mind and demonstrable examples of implementing proactive solutions- Excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skillsThey Offer:- A health care cash plan- A company pension scheme- 23 days holiday with 2 additional social impact days and the 8 statutory holiday days- 20 hours per year dedicated to volunteering - Discounts on products- Fortnightly massages, meditation and yoga- Generous Parental Leave policy- Frequent friends and family events- A great working environment, featuring complimentary homemade vegetarian lunches, as well as fresh bread and breakfast items- A company-wide Hack Day once a month- The opportunity to create your own skill sharing workshop- A bike-to-work scheme
Human Resources Consultant (HRO) - Dutch Speaking - Hungary - Empiric Solutions
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Hungary
Human Resources Consultant (HRO) - Dutch Speaking - Contract - Hungary A fantastic opportunity has arisen in beautiful Budapest for a Dutch speaking Human Resources Consultant. Ideally you will have a high level of focus covering all processes of end-to-end HR services including recruitment, employee data management, pre pay-roll, compensation & benefits and performance management. Initial duration would be 3-6 months Skills and Experienced required: Fluent in both English and Dutch Language 2-4 years of experience in HRO processes Working knowledge in End-to-End HR functions along with Industry specific experience Good understanding of BPS/BPO operations, Key measures - KPI/SLAs (TAT, Accuracy etc.) and HRO processes Good communication - ability to talk to clients, client employees and clients internal departments over the phone and through emails. Documentation Skills Job interviews are taking place now, so to be considered for this job where you can sample some delicious goulash and some of Hungary's famous Palinka, please contact Busayo for a confidential chat or send over your latest CV Happy job hunting!
Corporate - Finance | Payroll Administrator - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
About FTI Consulting FTI Consulting is a global business advisory firm, dedicated to helping organisations navigate and manage a diverse range of complex issues and business challenges. Our expertise covers the spectrum of Corporate Finance & Restructuring, Economic Consulting, Forensic & Litigation Consulting, Strategic Communications and Technology. We are a company of more than 4,600 professionals with annual revenues in excess of $1.8 billion, with offices located in every major business centre in the world. Our professionals are some of the most experienced leaders in their fields, and advise across a range of industries. Our clients engage us for high-stakes concerns or emerging opportunities that require specialised expertise, and over the past two decades we have been engaged to work behind the headlines on some of the biggest news stories to date. FTI Consulting is a fast growing and vibrant place to work. Steered by our values of Integrity, Creativity, Achievement, Empathy and Respect, its meritocratic culture invites both collaboration and healthy debate. We are large enough to be trusted by our clients to solve their biggest issues and yet small enough to know our colleagues on a personal level enabling better team working and a supportive culture to develop your career goals and ambitions. About the role The Payroll Administrator is a support role within the EMEA payroll team that reports to the Payroll Manager. The Payroll Administrator will assist in all aspects of the monthly payroll processing as well as supporting other administrative functions within the team. Key responsibilities* Support the processing of the UK Payroll. Input and checking all aspects of Payroll processing (Starters, Leavers and completion of all appropriate tax forms, Variable data - e.g. bonus, advances, overtime, etc.) - Payroll for around 819 UK employees on a monthly basis* Knowledge and application of statutory and firm rules in relation to: SSP, SMP, SAP, SPP* Ability to manually calculate PAYE and NI calculations when required* Maintaining an understanding of current payroll legislation: RTI and Auto Enrolment* Assist with preparing monthly payroll reconciliations and control reports* Day to day liaison with clients - HR, employees, HMRC, Pension Provider, Season tickets, Childcare Vouchers, cycle to work etc.* Other ad hoc duties as requiredExperience / Key skills and competencies* UK payroll experience* Experience of dealing with payroll from start to finish* Good working knowledge of Excel (v-look ups), Word and PowerPoint* Experienced in working to tight deadlines* Methodical and organised* Strong attention to detail is essential Preferred Skills* Knowledge of ADP Freedom* Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal* Experience of Professional Services Environment* Open minded with a positive attitude* Ability to prioritise, manage time and work effectively* Strong team player in an environment of professionalsWe are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. #LI-AJ1
Payroll Manager - Manchester - 50K - Manchester -
  • Payroll & HR Manager, Payroll Manager, Head of Payroll and Pensions
  • £45,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Manchester
Payroll Manager - Manchester - 50K + benefitsA new and exciting Payroll Manager opportunity has arisen for a skilled and experienced senior Payroll Manager who has the ability to: Manage payrolls from start to finish Lead, develop and motivate the payroll team Coach and support your payroll team and drive a culture of continuous payroll improvement Implement Payroll Process improvements Implement effective Payroll Controls for accurate payroll compliance Be accountable for validations and reconciliations Ensure adherence to statutory and PAYE reporting requirements Manage the P11D return End of Year Process This Payroll Manager vacancy would suit someone who has experience in managing high volume payrolls from within a fast-paced payroll environment.CIPP or equivalent payroll qualification is preferred but is not essential.So, if you are a Payroll Manager with strong payroll subject matter expertise, excellent and proven leadership skills, team management skills and are an expert understanding of payroll controls then this could be the role you have been looking for!Apply now by sending us your CV, salary expectations and notice period details to us ASAP.
Senior Payroll Specialist - Manchester - 35K - Manchester -
  • Senior Payroll Administrator, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
  • £28,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
  • Manchester
Senior Payroll Specialist - Manchester - 35K + benefitsA new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a skilled and experienced senior payroll administrator who has the ability to: Process payroll from start to finish including manual calculations Suggest ideas to improve payroll efficiency and implement process improvements Use Excel at an Intermediate Level Handle Payroll Related Enquiries Handle payroll data in relation to tax codes, student loans etc and RTI via the HMRC portals Handle pay corrections when required Provide 2nd line support to HR and in relation to employee payroll enquiries This Senior Payroll Specialist vacancy would suit someone who has experience i handling high volume payrolls fro within a fast-paced payroll environment.CIPP or equivalent payroll qualification is preferred but is not essential.So, if you are looking for a Senior Payroll Specialist role offering great career development opportunities within a fun, busy but very supportive team, this could be the role for you! Apply now by sending us your CV, salary expectations and notice period details to us ASAP.
UK Payroll Lead - Scotland - 38K to 50K - London -
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
  • £38,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • London
UK Payroll Lead / Manager - Scotland - £38K to £50K + benefits   This is an exciting opportunity to genuinely join one of the worlds most renowned media companies in a role that will involve providing a comprehensive payroll service to the group to help support board-level decision making.  You will also be involved in integrating a new payroll system and for bringing the existing payroll back in-house from its current outsourced vendor.**FULL RELOCATION PACKAGES AVAILABLE**Based in HR, this role will also have full responsibility for the accurate management and processing of the company payroll operation from start to finish. Payroll Responsibilities will include managing the project to move from an outsourced payroll vendor to an in-house model Ensure that all relevant payroll deadlines are met as well as reconciling reports against payroll as well as ensuring that PAYE payments are processed in a timely manner to HMRC.  Additional responsibilities include managing the year-end process (P35, P60, P11D's etc as well as supporting finance with PSA reporting. Assist with the integration of a new Payroll system (workday) Act as the focal point AND "face of payroll" for all payroll related requirements, enquiries and reporting. Being the Payroll Lead, you will also be responsible for being the super-user for payroll systems, training and supporting team members and ensuring best practice. So if you have experience in managing the end-to-end payroll process and are looking for an exciting, yet challenging role within a fast-paced leading media firm then this could be the career opportunity you have been looking for.  Apply today by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
UK Payroll Lead - Scotland - 38K to 50K - Edinburgh -
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
  • £38,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Edinburgh
UK Payroll Lead / Manager - Scotland - £38K to £50K + benefits   This is an exciting opportunity to genuinely join one of the worlds most renowned media companies in a role that will involve providing a comprehensive payroll service to the group to help support board-level decision making.  You will also be involved in integrating a new payroll system and for bringing the existing payroll back in-house from its current outsourced vendor.**FULL RELOCATION PACKAGES AVAILABLE**Based in HR, this role will also have full responsibility for the accurate management and processing of the company payroll operation from start to finish. Payroll Responsibilities will include managing the project to move from an outsourced payroll vendor to an in-house model Ensure that all relevant payroll deadlines are met as well as reconciling reports against payroll as well as ensuring that PAYE payments are processed in a timely manner to HMRC.  Additional responsibilities include managing the year-end process (P35, P60, P11D's etc as well as supporting finance with PSA reporting. Assist with the integration of a new Payroll system (workday) Act as the focal point AND "face of payroll" for all payroll related requirements, enquiries and reporting. Being the Payroll Lead, you will also be responsible for being the super-user for payroll systems, training and supporting team members and ensuring best practice. So if you have experience in managing the end-to-end payroll process and are looking for an exciting, yet challenging role within a fast-paced leading media firm then this could be the career opportunity you have been looking for.  Apply today by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
Payroll & HR Administrator - Corby - Interaction Recruitment PLC
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £10 to £12 Per Hour
  • Corby
Job Title: Payroll & HR AdministratorLocation: Corby, NorthamptonshireSalary: £10.00 - £11.50 per hourOur client is centrally located in Corbyhandling 'full' and 'case picked' pallets. A managed team offering a range of services including container handling, sampling, stock control and quality processes.This is a new role within the business reporting to the Financial Controller and will be part time, 25 hours each week, we are flexible as to the pattern this will take.About the role.On the HR side, you will work closely with our HR Manager assisting with HR admin; this could involve a number of tasks including but not limited to dealing with inductions (administration and first day delivery), sending letters to employees, recording sickness/absence, note taking at disciplinary and grievance hearings when required & being responsible for accurate reporting of HR statistics.On the Payroll side, you will be responsible for processing monthly payroll for over 100 staff from start to finish using SAGE Line 50 Payroll including PAYE, completing online submissions, dealing with SSP, SMP, AOE and pension administration. You will also process new employees and leavers, complete weekly overtime analysis for various departments, liaise with line managers to ensure the data is correct & issues are resolved in a timely manner. You will be the first point of contact for any payroll queries.This is a part time role and would suit someone who is ambitious and keen to learn new skills. You should have no issues about getting stuck into tasks, being proactive, well organised and happy to support the managers of the business. If you feel you would suit the role, please apply below or email (see below)
HR Business Partner - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £60,000 to £65,000 Per Annum
  • London
My client, a unique corporate transport service in London, are seeking a talented Business Partner to join the team and work directly with the HR Director. The HR Director is an extremely experienced person and is fantastic to work with. You will join a team of circa 8 people in HR and you will manage directly a small team. You will get involved in exciting projects such as Rewards, Pensons, Diversity & Inclusion and the corporate well being in general. Your client group will be mainly the corporate functions within the group so you would have had some similar experience before or be doing a similar role now. You will form strong, credible relationships with the senior team, influencing on people matters whilst responding to business needs where there is scope for HR to add value. You'll also work with closely with the Directors across Sales and Customer Services to maximise the organisational design and ensure they are ready to embrace changes across the industry. You will be a driven and motivated individual who has a passion in things being done the correct way. Ideally you will have worked within a Unionised environment.You will ideally have all the following experience: Extensive HR and business partnering experience with breadth across all areas of HRStrategic, commercially acquired outlook ideally within a similar business environmentBusiness acumen and practical operational experienceComfort operating with complexityExperience of leading an HR Business Partner teamAbility to influence and challenge at all levelsExperience of managing relationships within a Matrix organisationExcellent knowledge of employment law coupled with an awareness of planned legislationAbility to make and offer alternative insights and observationsCommercial acumen/outlookIn return they offer an excellent package and a fantastic, exciting place to work. Be part of the future working with this company. Apply now and you will be called to go through the role in more detail if your profile fits the role.
Contract Payroll Advisor - North Lanarkshire - Computer Futures - London & S.E(Permanent and Contract)
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 to £25,000 Per Annum
  • North Lanarkshire
A leading global recruitment company in Glasgow are seeking a CONTRACT PAYROLL ADVISOR to join their team. If you can demonstrate experience of processing of international contractor payrolls, then you could be the CONTRACT PAYROLL ADVISOR we're looking for.What will you be doing? As a CONTRACT PAYROLL ADVISOR, you'll be responsible for processing contractor payrolls for the UK, Europe, Asia Pac and the USA. The main objective of this role is to process accurate payroll on a daily basis and ensure a smooth payment process for contractors. The Payroll Advisor will also be responsible for approving timesheets and handling related queries on a daily basis. You will be expected to resolve these as swiftly as possible, whilst maintaining a high level of customer service covering different time zones.What skills/experience should you have?A SAP user with payroll knowledge, who will provide best practices and audit compliance.Experience of managing relationships with stakeholders at all levelsAbility to work under pressureA track record with strong customer service skills must be demonstratedStrong MS Office skillsWho will you be working for?As a CONTRACT PAYROLL ADVISOR, you'll be joining SThree, a global recruitment organisation at their new offices in Glasgow. A motivated and diverse environment, you will be supported whilst working for an award-winning equal opportunity employer who will recognise and reward you for your talent and commitment.What can we offer you?We pride ourselves on being a true meritocracy, where our employees' hard work is valued and rewarded. We provide fantastic opportunities for growth and like to promote from within - a high proportion of our senior staff originally joined the company in entry level positions. If that isn't enough, you'll also enjoy:Competitive holiday allowance with the opportunity to buy extra daysCompany share schemeVariety of high street discounts and season ticket loansDo you have a methodical and intelligent approach to your work and professional communication skills with the ability to converse with people at all levels of seniority? If so, you could be the CONTRACT PAYROLL ADVISOR we're looking for.Interested? Get in touch, today!SThree are committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, work-life balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all staff and job applicants.
Payroll Advisor - North Lanarkshire - Computer Futures - London & S.E(Permanent and Contract)
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 to £25,000 Per Annum
  • North Lanarkshire
A leading global recruitment company in Glasgow are seeking a PAYROLL ADVISOR to join their team. If you can demonstrate experience of processing of international contractor payrolls, then you could be the PAYROLL ADVISOR we're looking for.What will you be doing? As a PAYROLL ADVISOR, you'll be responsible for processing contractor payrolls for the UK, Europe, Asia Pac and the USA. The main objective of this role is to process accurate payroll on a daily basis and ensure a smooth payment process for contractors. The Payroll Advisor will also be responsible for approving timesheets and handling related queries on a daily basis. You will be expected to resolve these as swiftly as possible, whilst maintaining a high level of customer service covering different time zones.What skills/experience should you have?A SAP user with payroll knowledge, who will provide best practices and audit compliance.Experience of managing relationships with stakeholders at all levelsAbility to work under pressureA track record with strong customer service skills must be demonstratedStrong MS Office skillsWho will you be working for?As a PAYROLL ADVISOR, you'll be joining SThree, a global recruitment organisation at their new offices in Glasgow. A motivated and diverse environment, you will be supported whilst working for an award-winning equal opportunity employer who will recognise and reward you for your talent and commitment.What can we offer you?We pride ourselves on being a true meritocracy, where our employees' hard work is valued and rewarded. We provide fantastic opportunities for growth and like to promote from within - a high proportion of our senior staff originally joined the company in entry level positions. If that isn't enough, you'll also enjoy:Competitive holiday allowance with the opportunity to buy extra daysCompany share schemeVariety of high street discounts and season ticket loansDo you have a methodical and intelligent approach to your work and professional communication skills with the ability to converse with people at all levels of seniority? If so, you could be the PAYROLL ADVISOR we're looking for.Interested? Get in touch, today!SThree are committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, work-life balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all staff and job applicants.
Senior Payroll Advisor - North Lanarkshire - Computer Futures - London & S.E(Permanent and Contract)
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • North Lanarkshire
A leading global recruitment company in Glasgow are seeking a Senior Payroll Advisor to join their team. If you can demonstrate experience of line-managing Payroll Advisors, then you could be the Senior Payroll Advisor we're looking for.What will you be doing? As Senior Payroll Advisor, you will be responsible for processing payroll for the internal staff Sthree employ globally. You will manage Payroll Advisors, act as first point of contact for escalated issues and run an accurate payroll for Internal staff during each pay period. Further, you will be responsible for supplying the business with payroll advice in accordance with the labour law of relevant countries, resolving these queries as swiftly as possible to maintain a high level of customer service for stakeholders. In addition to this, you'll liaise with various functions within the business and communicate with colleagues at all levels of seniority.What skills/experience should you have?A payroll specialist with payroll knowledge of relevant labour law.Minimum experience 1-2 years in a similar roleExperience using external payroll systemsAdvanced Excel skillsExperience with working in a sales environment is preferredWho will you be working for?As Senior Payroll Advisor, you'll be joining SThree, a global recruitment organisation at their new offices in Glasgow. A motivated and diverse environment, you will be supported whilst working for an award-winning equal opportunity employer who will recognise and reward you for your talent and commitment.What can we offer you?We pride ourselves on being a true meritocracy, where our employees' hard work is valued and rewarded. We provide fantastic opportunities for growth and like to promote from within - a high proportion of our senior staff originally joined the company in entry level positions. If that isn't enough, you'll also enjoy:Competitive holiday allowance with the opportunity to buy extra daysCompany share schemeVariety of high street discounts and season ticket loansDo you have a methodical, intelligent approach to your work, professional communication skills and good attention to detail? If so, you could be the Senior Payroll Advisor we're looking for.Interested? Get in touch, today!SThree are committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, work-life balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all staff and job applicants.
HR Advisor - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ER and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitivePrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitive  Manage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
Payroll Administrator - £21k - Torquay - Torquay -
  • Payroll Administrator
  • £18,000 to £21,000 Per Annum
  • Torquay
Payroll Administrator - TorquayA leading firm of chartered accountants are seeking a Payroll Administrator to join their busy and growing department.Salary: £21,000The Role: Processing end to end client payroll in a busy team. Manage your own portfolio of complex clients. Statutory payments - Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc. Processing of Year End procedures. Provide 1st line support for payroll queries. Liaise with HMRC when required. Process Tax Code changes. Manual calculations. If you are a motivated Payroll professional looking for your next opportunity to join a successful firm who invest in their people and promote within, please don't hesitate to apply now!
Payroll Team Leader - £30k -Bridgwater - Bridgwater -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • Bridgwater
Payroll Team Leader - BridgwaterA leading firm of chartered accountants are seeking an experienced Payroll Team Leader to join their busy and growing office.Salary: £26,000The Role: Processing end to end client payroll in a busy team. Manage your own portfolio of complex clients. Manage the workload of the team. Statutory payments - Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc. Processing of Year End procedures. Provide 1st line support for payroll queries. Liaise with HMRC when required. Process Tax Code changes. Manual calculations. If you are eager to secure a new role and believe you have what it takes to manage a small team while handling your own payroll deadlines, waste no time and apply today!
HR Advisor - London - Resource Solutions - Prudential
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £300 to £400 Per Day
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ERPrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitiveManage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
Experienced Payroll / Sales Ledger Assistant - North Lanarkshire -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • North Lanarkshire
This company is looking to recruit an experienced payroll clerk, with experience in Sales ledger processingBelow is some of the role/responsibility.The role includes processing weekly payroll for approx. 80 employees, including SSP,SPP, holiday pay, auto enrolment, RTI submission and HR query's timely and efficiently. Maintaining holiday/sickness records , sales invoicing for 4 companies. Job costing data entering assisting management with recruitment including placing job adverts, collating CV's and arranging interviews. also any other ad hoc duties as and when required.The requirements for this position are:- Previous experience as a payroll clerk- Ability to work under pressure- Pegasus Opera 3 experience preferred but not essentialgood experience of Microsoft word + ExcelGet the Recruitment Genius Advantage today. As the UK's largest online recruitment advertising company placing more candidates than anyone else.
Payroll Consultant - Kronos - West Midlands - ReThink Recruitment
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • West Midlands
Contract - Coventry - £Daily rate - 4 Months - Payroll Consultant/Kronos ConsultantAn illustrious client of ours based in Coventry are currently searching for a Kronos Consultant to do some work on a contract basis in Coventry. Please see details below:Required:Kronos implementation experienceKronos deployment experiencePlanningLiaising with 3rd partiesDesirable:iTrentResourceLinkContract - Coventry - £Daily rate - 4 Months - Payroll Consultant/Kronos Consultant
Expat Payroll Manager - Lancashire -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Lancashire
Payroll Manager - Manchester - ContractHere at EY we are looking for an experienced Payroll Manager to join our Global Services Team based out of our new central Manchester offices.You will be joining to offer support to the team as we move into a busy period and will be involved in all aspects of payroll management.Please note this is a 6 month contract role to be paid on a day rate basis.Your key responsibilitiesEnsuring that the payrolls are processed each pay period in a timely and accurate mannerAdvising on technical matter such as Termination payments, payrolling of benefits, statutory payments, Stock transactions, Apprenticeship LevyUnderstanding and advising team of how the technical payroll aspects relate to the payroll software in operationDeveloping and advising on bespoke financial reports such as general ledger reportsEnsuring Full Payment Submissions and Employer Payment Summaries are made to HMRC on a timely basisApproving BACS files for the payment of employeesEnsuring team compliance with the firms cash handling requirementsAuto- Enrolment complianceDeveloping KPI's for clients and ensuring that the team adhere to theseUndertaking in depth reviews of the work carried out by the assistant payroll advisors and payroll advisors prior to client deliveryUnderstanding and complying with of Quality and Risk requirements for professional service firmsPreparing payroll proposals from document preparation to delivery including attendance at oral presentationsDealing with the global team to coordinate payroll offerings and proposalsAttending client meetingsDeveloping additional services for payroll clientsTransition of new payroll clients and project plansDealing with client and employee queries in relation to payroll operations and ensuring that escalation procedures are in place.Managing team workloads and allocationsHMRC audit assistanceCounselling of staffPreparing fee and budget details.Ensuring that the team are achieving targets for internal finance purposesSkills and attributes for successOrganisedGood attention to detailAbility to anticipate potential issues/opportunities for the clientsTeam playerCulturally aware & able to interact with teams worldwideNumerical and logic skillsStrong communication skillsCustomer Service focusedTo qualify for the role you must haveGood understanding of payroll compliance including AE, RTI, Apprenticeship LevyFamiliar with payroll software is beneficial - StarGood IT skills including experience of working with excel documentsA high level of accuracy and attention to detailGood workload management skills and an ability to work to deadlinesExperience of managing a teamExperience of multiple and large client payroll processingPayroll project experiencePayroll qualifications - (CIPP)About EYAs a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we're using the finance products, expertise and systems we've developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we'll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.
HR Administrator - Skegness -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 Per Annum
  • Skegness
LOCATION: Skegness, LincolnshireJOB TITLE: HR AssistantSALARY & BENEFITS: ££ Negotiable (Circa 18k/20k) dependant on experience and qualifications, plus BenefitsWORKING HOURS: Monday - Monday to Friday - 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. (with half an hour unpaid lunch break) Permanent, Full timeTHE CLIENT: HR Assistant - Skegness, LincolnshireWe are pleased to be working with a very well established company that has been providing critical garment services within the UK for over 30 years but has been established for over 100 years starting as a steam laundry. The company operates from 3 processing sites (Skegness, Grantham & Louth) and has over 300 employees today and offer their services across a range of industry sectors. The company is a market leader in the provision of clean garments to the food processing and manufacturing industries, and also offers consumables and PPE services, and they are a large supplier to the pharmaceuticals industry.THE CANDIDATE: HR Assistant - Skegness, LincolnshireMy client is looking for a full-time HR Assistant to join the HR Team, currently made up of HR Manager, HR Officer and Talent Management and Training Officer. The position is based at Skegness, with occasional travel to our Grantham and Louth sites. This is an exciting time to be joining the company and there are many exciting plans for the future, particularly within the HR department to support the business and its people.Key responsibilities to include: HR Assistant - Skegness, LincolnshireWorking with the HR Team to support various HR projects. Administration and organisation duties in the recruitment of new starters# Writing professional letters & correspondence Taking accurate and detailed minutes in meetings, and keeping timely records Processing HR paperwork and documents Administration and maintenance of our HR software & employee records Helping to organise company events and function*This list is not exhaustive of the duties that you will be undertaking*THE CANDIDATE: HR Assistant - Skegness, LincolnshireThe ideal candidate will have an exceptional ability to communicate in both written and spoken form. In this position, you will be de dealing with a lot of confidential information, and some very sensitive subjects, therefore it is of the upmost importance that you understand the importance of confidentiality. High level of attention to detail and accuracy is absolutely essential.You will be super organised, a great communicator and a real team player. If you have an understanding of HR procedures and employment law then we would love to hear from you!KEYS SKILLS AND CRITERIA: HR Assistant - Skegness, LincolnshirePrevious administration experience is essential Experience within a HR or legal related role would be beneficial Experience taking accurate minutes and notes. Excellent telephone manner Hold or working towards CIPD membership highly desirable Good IT skills Must hold a valid Driving Licence & access to a vehicle (occasion travel to our Grantham and Louth sites)You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.
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