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Payroll Manager - Oxford - Oxford Policy Management Ltd
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Officer
  • Competitive
  • Oxford
Oxford Policy Management is seeking to recruit an experienced Payroll Manager to join our HR team initially for a 6-month fixed term contract. The role is based in Oxford and could be ideal for someone seeking some flexibility in working hours. Challenge OPM is a growing organisation that is looking to establish a more robust payroll function, ensuring payroll is done right - on time, the first time. This is an all-encompassing role where you will be bringing your experience, analysis and ideas into the business to create a high performing payroll function. You will be an experienced and highly effective payroll & service expert with a superior understanding of payroll practices. About the role The Payroll Manager is a standalone role, reporting into the HR Director and is a pivotal function of the HR Department. The activities of the Payroll Manager will include day-to-day payroll management, leading on process change and identifying an outsource provider. Regarding the UK payroll management, tasks will revolve around: Ensure timely and accurate payrolls are processed using knowledge of payroll, taxes, benefits, deductions and wage and hours laws and systems updated Ensure an efficient delivery of the monthly payroll for 250-300 UK employees Liaise with HRMC and benefits providers and reply to all payroll-related queries from employees The role is also responsible to deliver a new unified outsourced payroll solution, covering payroll in the UK and overseas by: Systems analysis and creating a list of requirements for new potential systems Investigating all current solutions and third party outsource providers that are best suited to OPM requirements Support the transition and implementation of the new system Train and mentor internal employee on best practice approach to payroll and systems Skills and requirements Demonstrable experience of working in a payroll function covering geographies including and outside the UK. Detailed knowledge and understanding of UK payroll-related legislation and statutory requirements, including PAYE and other deductions, and HMRC rules. Ability to communicate complex numerical information effectively at all levels. Excellent problem solving and analysis skills with the ability to investigate and diagnose issues, and make improvements. Effective relationship building and influencing skills, ability to establish good networks internally and externally, while maintaining confidentiality and always showing tact, sensitivity and support. Lead and initiate purposeful relationships across functions and teams to encourage partnership working. Previous experience of using Cascade Payroll and / or outsourced payroll providers an advantage. For more detailed information about the role please follow this link. This is a position based in our office in Oxford, UK and the start date is ASAP. There is scope for this role to be part-time for the right candidate. Please note that successful candidate will need full right to work in the UK by their start date. OPM offer a rewarding, interesting and collaborative work environment and excellent benefits including 30 days holiday entitlement and a good pension scheme. What’s it like working at OPM, and why should you join our growing global organisation? Watch this video to see what our colleagues have to say. To submit an application please fill out the form online and submit the requested documents. We cannot accept applications submitted via email. Thank you for considering OPM and we wish you all the best for your application.
HR Business Partner (Organisational Design) (12 - London - Sanderson Recruitment Plc
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £70,000 to £80,000 Per Annum
  • London
HR Business Partner (Organisational Design) (12 Month FTC)Location: LondonRemuneration:Up to £80,000 (depending on experience) + car allowance & excellent packageDetailsWorking for one of the UK's leading financial services providers we have a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and confident HR Business Partner with strong Organisational Design experience to be based in London on fixed term basis.As HR Business Partner the main purpose of your role is to work closely with senior stakeholders and people managers to roll out people programmes (specifically around the design and implementation of organisational design) and provide support and guidance on all aspects of the partner life cycle.The role requires the ability to think and plan strategically, shape projects and deliver to agreed timelines. Individuals must have a communication style and gravitas that allows them to coach, influence and integrate at a senior level through strong relationships.ResponsibilitiesInfluence and deliver HR strategy into specific business areas.Contribute to the delivery of operational plans and HR projects (specifically around the design and implementation of organisational design)Advising and guiding senior stakeholders and people managers.Communicate and translate HR & People strategies into business actions.Support the business with strategic and operational people plans.Engage senior stakeholders and influence leadership behaviours to support the people agenda.Be a contributor to leadership teams as the HR subject matter expert with a strong understanding of the business.Assess, coach and drive the leadership and people management capability.Drive effective talent management and succession planning.Design and implement HR BAU, organisational design and change projects.How to applyTo apply for this position, please send your covering letter and CV to: Joe Donnelly via (see below)
HR Analyst - East Sussex - McGregor Boyall
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £110 Per Day
  • East Sussex
My client, a leader in aviation is looking for a HR analyst to join them to support the implementation of an integrated HR & Payroll system.. You will be joining a fast paced, dynamic team where you can make a real difference. As part of the project team you will work closely with HR Partners and other internal and external stakeholders. You will be responsible for supporting the Personnel, Payroll, Time Management and Data Migration work streams.In addition, you will support a number of business change activities including establishment of a new HR Administration function.Key responsibilities To assist with the implementation of a new integrated HR & Payroll systemSupport the Workstream Leads and Subject Matter Experts (SME's) in the population of information gathering templates.Work with HR Partners, other stakeholders and the Supplier during workshop sessions to evaluate the HRIS software.Cleansing data initiatives and support the Data Migration Lead with extracting, transforming and loading data into the new system.Provide technical support and training to users from HR, Training, Finance etc. Support the on boarding of staff within the HR Administration function.Create training materials and user guides to support the implementation and BAU.Work with and support Work Steam Leads and SME's with the development of test scripts.Key Skills Extensive experiencing using and administrating HRIS SystemsHigh level of numeracy and excel to an advanced standardAbility to develop standard reports and manipulate data as requiredStrong delivery focus and attention to detailAbility to work independently but able to seek clarifications when requiredUnderstanding of HR and Payroll processes with the ability to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical stakeholdersDesirable Experience of NGA Resourcelink and/or CoreHR systemsPractical experience in implementing HR Systems and/or Payroll systemsExperience of other HR systems - Applicant Tracking System, Learning Management System, Workforce ManagementExperience of data migration and data cleansing techniquesOracle PL/SQLGraduate or equivalent experienceMcGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
Interim HR Content Manager - London - Green Park Interim and Executive
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £350 to £400 Per Day
  • London
Our client, a global services business, are looking for an Interim HR Content Manager to join then for an initial period of 6 months with a then view for this role to go permanent. The business is implementing Remedy 9 and this role will support them from an HR Content capacity primarily being the interlink between the implementation team and the HR practice. Responsibilities are not limited to but include: *Collaboration with the wider Global Content Team to define and develop content Management policies, standards, guidelines and procedures*Manage content and set design standards for the portal *Act as the HR System Administrator for the HR portal *Define and create process specific content for the portal and ensure all content is up to date and compliant *Responsibility for ensuring any HR Portal maintenance is delivered in a timely manner To be considered for this role is it essential that you have proven experience as a Process/Content Manager for an HR online portal, have hands on experience with MS Office and Visio, be familiar with social media and be have excellent writing skills. Attention to detail is also a must for this role and if you have Remedy 9 or further CRM experience would also be advantageous.
HR Market Implementation Specialist - Berkshire - Aston Carter
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Berkshire
My Client has a brand new and exciting opportunity for an HR Market Implementation Specialist to support an HR Responsible for the implementation of transformation projects to our client's local markets as part of the Global HR Operations team. Please find attached the Job requirements:Responsible for the implementation of transformation projects to our client's local markets as part of the Global HR Operations team. To actively participate in the design activities, the testing, the deployment and the stabilisation of the project solution within multiple countries, with a focus on transformation activities.Key accountabilities and decision ownership:Responsible for execution & delivery of specific deliverables as defined within the scope of a project.Work with global & local implementation teams to ensure the projects are successfully implemented and business transformation has been achieved.Work with local markets to identify and support documentation of deviations from a global process and system designs, based upon core deliverables such as facilitation of local market fit-gap sessions, Process & Solution Educations and Change Impact Assessments.Support local Markets with planning and executing necessary change mitigating actions such as training and communications working with global and local teams.To report progress, issues and risks and provide line of escalation of local markets through to Project ManagerStakeholder Management across local marketsCore competencies, knowledge and experience:Experience in delivering HR/IT transformation projectsStrong knowledge of Share-PointExceptional facilitation, influencing and communication skills to enable successful interactions at all organisational levels and across different cultures.Experience in stakeholder management across different levels of the organisationAbility to drive and adapt to constant changeAllegis Group Limited and Aston Carter Limited operate Employment Businesses and Agencies and are companies within the Allegis Group Inc. group of companies, the fourth largest staffing company in the world, (collectively referred to as the "Allegis Group"). TEKsystems and Aerotek are divisions of Allegis Group Limited. Applicant data will be treated in accordance with the Allegis Group's Privacy Notice ). By submitting personal data to any company or division within the Allegis Group, the applicant is providing explicit consent to the use of such data by the Allegis Group and to the transfer of such data to and from the Allegis Group companies within the UK, Europe and outside the European Economic Area in connection with the fulfilment of the applicant's voluntary requests, and the fulfilment of other job opportunities that match the applicant's profile, and confirms that they may be contacted about such job opportunities.
HR Market Implementation Specialist - Berkshire - TEKsystems
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Berkshire
My Client has a brand new and exciting opportunity for an HR Market Implementation Specialist to support an HR systems program focused on employment On-boarding across the globe. Please find attached the Job requirementsResponsible for the implementation of transformation projects to our clients local markets as part of the Global HR Operations team. To actively participate in the design activities, the testing, the deployment and the stabilisation of the project solution within multiple countries, with a focus on transformation activitiesKey accountabilities and decision ownership:Responsible for execution & delivery of specific deliverables as defined within the scope of a project.Work with global & local implementation teams to ensure the projects are successfully implemented and business transformation has been achieved.Work with local markets to identify and support documentation of deviations from global process and system designs, based upon core deliverables such as facilitation of local market fit-gap sessions, Process & Solution Educations and Change Impact Assessments.Support local Markets with planning and executing necessary change mitigating actions such as training and communications working with global and local teams.To report progress, issues and risks and provide line of escalation of local markets through to Project ManagerStakeholder Management across local marketsCore competencies, knowledge and experience:Experience in delivering HR/IT transformation projectsStrong knowledge of SharePointExceptional facilitation, influencing and communication skills to enable successful interactions at all organisational levels and across different cultures.Experience in stakeholder management across different levels of the organisationAbility to drive and adapt to constant changeAllegis Group Limited and Aston Carter Limited operate Employment Businesses and Agencies and are companies within the Allegis Group Inc. group of companies, the fourth largest staffing company in the world, (collectively referred to as the "Allegis Group"). TEKsystems and Aerotek are divisions of Allegis Group Limited. Applicant data will be treated in accordance with the Allegis Group's Privacy Notice. By submitting personal data to any company or division within the Allegis Group, the applicant is providing explicit consent to the use of such data by the Allegis Group and to the transfer of such data to and from the Allegis Group companies within the UK, Europe and outside the European Economic Area in connection with the fulfilment of the applicant's voluntary requests, and the fulfilment of other job opportunities that match the applicant's profile, and confirms that they may be contacted about such job opportunities.
HR Business Partner - Chinese & English - Cambridge - Global Resourcing
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Cambridge
A world-class technology company is urgently seeking a Chinese-speaking HR Business Partner to join their Cambridge R&D Centre. Reporting straight to the HR Director, you will work in partnership with senior managers in order to embed a strategic approach to human resources through the development of people, policies and ways of working. This position is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a global leader whose products support 1/3 of the world's population. Responsibilities of the Chinese-speaking HR Business Partner: Relationships Be the connection and voice channel between management teams and employees. Build strong business relationship with internal clients and the internal HR functions. Manage complex and difficult people projects. Provide clear and expert advice on a range of HR issues including best practice, legislation, and the analysis and interpretation of data, and ensure designated business areas are aware of market conditions likely to impact on staff recruitment and business development prospects. Coach and influence discussions with designated business areas on organisational design to support business strategies, demonstrating vision and best practice, whilst ensuring compliance with policy and procedure. Partner senior managers and participate in the development of operational plans in designated business areas, challenging the status quo and devising and supporting people management solutions that meet present and future challenges. Develop strong credible professional relationships with senior managers fostering an environment where people take ownership for improving people and business performance to the benefit of our internal customers. Change Management Be positive to changes which occur within the company. Ensure there is a clear rationale (economic, organisational and/or technical) for the proposed changes and that the changes are aligned to the company and HR objectives. Support and influence the key stages of organisational change ensuring a consistent approach across all business areas, providing clear communication on the reasons for change to all stakeholders. Act as the performance improvement driver and create positive changes in people management, in the long, medium and short term Share responsibility within the HR Division for developing the HR strategy and HR policies and ensure that they represent leading-edge HR practice, improve organisational effectiveness, facilitate change and effect employee engagement. Employee Advocacy Proactively support and embed the delivery of Succession Planning and leadership development. Ensure robust plans are in place and reviewed regularly. Be regularly present in your client group's business areas. Take responsibility for raising the awareness of engagement and driving the implementation of employee engagement initiatives. Responsible for contributing to the generation of an environment of trust and fairness. Cover for other HR Business Partners in their absence, providing support where there are specific pressures and needs. People Development Coach line managers on leadership behaviours and ensure that individual and group development plans exist to close any gaps Act as a coach to individual managers and teams to ensure leadership behaviour is aligned to company values; enabling leaders and senior managers to deal successfully with people management issues, develop their capability in effective performance management, employee engagement, talent development and retention. Responsible for contributing to the continuous improvement of the service delivery of the People team through sharing feedback from our internal customers. Responsible for performance management, job-matching management. Transactional Expertise Be able to learn from experience and able to build working policy and process. Responsible for working with internal client groups on the delivery and improvement of people key performance indicators, undertaking root cause analysis and providing workable solutions Work with the HR team to deliver a seamless service to the client groups and each other. Be the main support on complex ER cases eg conduct, grievance and performance Work with legal providers to prepare cases which may escalate to employment tribunals. Qualifications of the Chinese-speaking HR Business Partner: Experience in a similar role Being resourceful and resilient Ability to demonstrate a balance between employee compassion and commercial decision making A team player Analytical skills Caring about the business, its people and its customers A high level of integrity Coaching skills Ability to learn and adapt fast Knowledge of UK and European employment law and TUPE Fluency in BOTH English and Chinese is essential HR Business Partner - Chinese & English
Mandarin Speaking HR Business Partner - Cambridge - Project People
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Cambridge
Mandarin Speaking HR Business Partner Salary dependent upon experience plus benefitsBased in Cambridge, the United Kingdom To work in partnership with Senior Managers in order to embed a strategic approach to Human Resources through the development of people, policies and ways of working. Responsibilities:RelationshipsBuild strong business relationship with internal clients and the internal HR functions.Build smoothly communication channel between management team and employees.Build effective communication between UK branches and HQ in China in HR aspects.Manage complex and difficult people projects.Provide clear and expert advice on a range of HR issues including best practice, legislation, and the analysis and interpretation of data, and ensure designated business areas are aware of market conditions likely to impact on staff recruitment and business development prospects.Coach and influence discussions with designated business areas on organisational design to support business strategies, demonstrating vision and best practice, whilst ensuring compliance with policy and procedure.Partner senior managers and participate in the development of operational plans in designated business areas, challenging the status quo and devising and supporting people management solutions that meet present and future challenges.Develop strong credible professional relationships with senior managers fostering an environment where people take ownership for improving people and business performance to the benefit of our internal customers.Change ManagementEmbrace changes proactively to support business success.Ensure there is a clear rationale (economic, organisational and/or technical) for the proposed changes and that the changes are aligned to the company and HR objectives.Support and influence the key stages of organisational change ensuring a consistent approach across all business areas, providing clear communication on the reasons for change to all stakeholders.Act as the performance improvement driver and create positive changes in people management, in the long, medium and short termShare responsibility within the HR Division for developing the HR strategy and HR policies and ensure that they represent leading-edge HR practice, improve organisational effectiveness, facilitate change and effect employee engagement.Employee AdvocacyProactively support and embed the delivery of Succession Planning and leadership development. Ensure robust plans are in place and reviewed regularly.Be regularly present in your client group's business areas.Take responsibility for raising the awareness of engagement and driving the implementation of employee engagement initiatives.Responsible for contributing to the generation of an environment of trust and fairness.Cover for other HR Business Partners in their absence, providing support where there are specific pressures and needs.People DevelopmentCoach line managers on leadership behaviours and ensure that individual and group development plans exist to close any gapsAct as a coach to individual managers and teams to ensure leadership behaviour is aligned to our client's values; enabling leaders and senior managers to deal successfully with people management issues, develop their capability in effective performance management, employee engagement, talent development and retention.Responsible for contributing to the continuous improvement of the service delivery of the People team through sharing feedback from our internal customers.Transactional ExpertiseBe good at summarizing and to solidify it, including policy and process.Responsible for working with internal client groups on the delivery and improvement of people key performance indicators, undertaking root cause analysis and providing workable solutionsWork with the HR team to deliver a seamless service to the client groups and each other.Be the main support on complex ER cases eg conduct, grievance and performanceWork with legal providers to prepare cases which may escalate to Employment TribunalsssYour skills: Previous experience working with HR with exposure to building relationships with Senior Leaders.Professional HRBP background and experienceResourcefulResilientAble to demonstrate a balance between employee compassion and commercial decision makingTeam WorkerAble to take direction and ideas whilst building on them to deliver moreAnalyticalCaring about the business, its people and its customersHigh level of integrityAble to inspire change and people progressDriven to deliver qualityCoaching skillsFast learningGood executionKnowledge of UK and European Employment Law and TUPEFluent English and Mandarin (both spoken and written). Any other language skills a plus.Degree educated highly desirable.Project People is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
HR Manager Northern Europe - Amersfoor area - Amersfoort -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Amersfoort
Our client, an industrial company specialized in temperature control systems, is looking for an HR Manager for Northern Europe. In this role you work autonomously and have diverse responsibilities. Taking care of all local HR issues and implementing strategies for the European region are part of your tasks. Although you will work in the Amersfoort area, you will report directly to the HR Director located in France. Responsibilities/Tasks The HR Manager for Northern Europe works autonomously in the Netherlands, without a local HR-team. The role therefore requires someone to have broad knowledge of HR related topics, a real HR generalist role. Responsible for HR issues, such as Compensation & Benefits, Training & Development, Staffing, and HR administration including head count reporting, vacation and absenteeism; Coordinate and organize HR solutions and programs according to HR strategies; Planning of HR initiatives; Contact with recruitment agencies, pre-selection of candidates and making interviews arrangements; Take care of compensation and benefits programs (Company cars, pension, medical coverage etc.) and provide information to employees; Propose/build local training offers depending business and employee needs; Support payroll administration tasks and liaise with payroll companies or lawyers when necessary. Payrolls in all countries are outsourced, but information is under control of the HR Manager; Legal aspects are also outsourced, the HR Manager being the coordinator of actions with lawyers and legal consultants; The local HR Manager is a member of the Local Management Team; HR Manager is responsible for all local HR issues and implementation of strategies decided at a European level and at local level; Number of employees to be managed by the HR Manager: The Netherlands: 50 Germany: 30 Belgium: 7 UK: 7 Requirements 5-7 years of experience in a similar role and within an international environment, Degree in Human Resources, Fluency in English and Dutch are a must. German would be a plus, Knowledge of HR techniques, international legislation of labor law (UK, Germany, Belgium). Good capacity to work autonomously and remotely Capacity to impose oneself, especially with senior management Ability to convince/influence Good coordination Strategy management Capacity to anticipate and to propose initiatives Technical HR skills This is a full-time position (40 hours / 5 days per week).
 Senior Payroll Administrator - Peterborough  -
  • Payroll Administrator, Senior Payroll Administrator, Payroll Controller, Payroll Officer
  • Competitive
  • Peterborough
NGA Human Resources offers you a unique chance to build a career in a vibrant, agile and growing organization, yet one with truly global client relationships and a wide range of opportunities. At NGA, we’re dedicated to our clients, and we operate as a single, global team striving for excellence and innovation in everything we do. Whether you’re looking for an internship, or positions from entry-level through to executive management, talk to NGA and discover what A World of Opportunity can mean for you. Senior Payroll Administrators required for NGA's most strategic client servicing a well known high street brand in ensuring their employees are paid accurately and on time.  Working in the new team in Peterborough,  you will be supported with colleagues in both Dublin and Kochi to seamlessly process some 70,000 employees on all UK, ROI, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man jurisdictions. This is a fast paced client with high volume processing processing,  thought provoking query handling and controls that require meticulous performance. We are therefore looking for applications from experienced Payroll Professionals with a passion for delivery, drive and enthusiasm to achieve and exceptional attention to detail. Overall job purpose: * To provide an effective and efficient payroll service to customers, ensuring the accurate and timely payment of their employees’ salaries. * Respond to requests, queries and complaints from external customers in a friendly and efficient manner so as to enhance customer loyalty.   * Covers in the Team Leader’s absence and provides knowledge and support to other team members. * There may be additional activities to perform from time to time in order to maximise the contribution to Northgate’s goals and objectives. * To perform all duties in accordance with the company Health & Safety and Quality policy procedures.   Main responsibilities and Opportunities: Administer and Implement Payroll  * Ensures data is received in the right format and in time to complete payrolls to agreed deadlines.  * Prioritises and actions daily tasks to be accomplished to meet SLA. * Completes and owns payroll processing cycle for allocated customers  * Calculates, prepares and transmits manual payments and third party disbursements. * Runs sample payrolls to ensure quality and resolve errors or deviations. * Liaises with other areas of the business to meet and enhance payroll delivery. * Provides statistics for chargeable work to enable effective invoicing. * Controls the reconciliation processes for own customer’s third party accounts to ensure completion in line with SLA requirements and statutory legislation. * Identifies and acts on issues which would impact delivery of SLA. * Reviews and updates where necessary customer procedures and processes, and Northgate documentation. * Supports Payroll Administrator’s and Team Leader in resolution of complex customer issues and complaints. *Covers for Team Leader in their absence   Provide Customer Service * Receives and records customer enquiries and provides basic information in response to customer requests.  Escalates to Line Manager where appropriate.  * Responds to requests and queries from statutory bodies in such a way as to maintain effective working relationships * Develops and maintains a good working knowledge of Northgate products and services.  * Develops and maintains effective relationships with internal/external customers and suppliers.  * Considers and escalates any new ideas which add value to the customer. Provide Technical Support  * Checks system accuracy by performing manual calculations to agree system output  * Recommends and agrees ways in which systems and procedures can be improved to enhance business performance * Actions systems updates to ensure implementation * Coaches and advises team members on Systems and PC usage Customer Liaison * Actions any changes to customer specific Terms and Conditions to ensure accurate payments are made. * Records customer issues and complaints to instigate corrective action. * Reviews regular payrolls currently in production to ensure Best Practice processes are adhered to. * Provides information as requested by customers in terms of their contracts. * Liaises with customer regarding disruptions to service levels and implement corrective action. * Understands the customer SLA. *Attends customer meeting’s and Service Reviews as and when required   At NGA Human Resources, we provide you with the advantage of a truly global business environment and the opportunities of a fast-paced, agile and growing organization. We take pride in the commitment and professional excellence of our people; the innovation we bring to our business; and our unrelenting focus on helping our clients achieve their goals. When you join NGA, you open up a World of Opportunity — to take on meaningful responsibility and to make a difference for our company, for our clients and for the millions of employees we support around the world. A career at NGA is an attractive option - we have world-class solutions and services, and are constantly looking for ways to ensure that we remain ahead of the game. Developing talented people at NGA is one of the ways in which we will continue to drive excellence in our industry.
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