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- Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
UK Senior Payroll Specialist Based in Cheltenham and Dallas Texas, iiPAY is a highly successful global payroll services business, providing fully managed payroll services to a wide range of international businesses. iiPAY is a high growth company, focused on delivering an outstanding customer experience and service levels. Our payroll managed service is underpinned by our market leading global payroll management system delivering a unique client experience and value-added services. iiPAY is looking for a UK Payroll Specialist who wants to be part of this rapidly expanding business, joining an experienced team of payroll specialists. Role Overview To own and deliver UK payrolls for a range of international businesses. Working closely with a group of clients to professionally deliver a quality payroll service. Working in collaboration with iiPAY’s payroll team based in the UK & US to service a wide range of global clients. Key objectives of the role The successful candidate requires experience, skills and a proven track record in the following areas: Payroll delivery and service level management Delivering accurate and compliant UK payroll processing for a group of assigned clients and payrolls, co-ordinating the client’s requirements and managing the process. Scheduling and time management Managing and delivering client payrolls against the agreed schedule - communicating directly with clients to meet or exceed the client deadlines. Escalating issues within client and iiPAY to meet and exceed agreed service level agreement. Operational excellence Individually and as a team member strive to improve the systems, processes and payroll delivery environment to maximise the efficiency and accuracy of our client contracts. Maintaining a high customer satisfaction rating. Communication Managing and maintaining clear and informative communications to clients, our partners, implementation team and client account managers. Country legislation knowledge Take responsibility for being the primary operations contact point for the UK, developing and maintaining detailed knowledge of the statutory processes and legislative deadlines. Working closely with the implementations team to take-on new payrolls and clients. Project delivery Owning or contributing to specific company projects such as improving and/or changing systems, processes or functions within the business. Escalation and problem resolution Owning, managing and resolving client escalations, seeking help and advice where needed. Working with the payroll provider management team to enhance and develop the processes and outcomes for our partner network. What we are looking for in you An individual to be a Senior member of the team who has worked in a multi-client payroll environment, managing a diversity of payroll transactions. Proven track record of delivering UK payrolls whilst adhering to strict service level agreements. Competent with all UK complexities, including different terms and conditions and treatment of elements. Experience of different pension schemes, salary sacrifice schemes, restricted stock units. Experience of working with international clients both small and large (FTSE & Fortune 500), demonstrating the ability to communicate clearly and gain trust with your client contacts. Highly motivated and driven professional, with excellent communication skills and a track record of delivering high levels of customer satisfaction. Experience of working within a regulated (ISAE 3402 / SSAE 16) service delivery environment. To be fully compliant with all UK legislation, statutory monthly and yearly requirements. Excellent communication and organisation skills. Ability to build strong relationships with clients and colleagues. Ability to work under pressure. System and qualifications CIPP desirable Advanced excel Salary negotiable Please forward CV to gail.shepherd @iipay.com
- Payroll Administrator, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Officer
- £25,000 to £27,000 Per Annum
Payroll Controller Small practice in Chessington, Surrey require a Payroll Controller to run their payroll bureau. The job entails; Running and submitting the payrolls either, weekly, monthly or quarterly for approximately 100 clients. Uploading the auto enrolment pension details to the relevant companies when required. Construction Industry Scheme month returns. Actively marketing the payroll function. Dealing with any payroll, NIC, tax code related queries. Any other ad-hoc jobs that may be relevant This is a full-time position 35 hour a week, 22 days holiday + bank holidays and Pension scheme. Salary £25,000 - £27,000 depending on experience. Start time would be as soon as possible. Experience required: Experience of running multiple payrolls IRIS Payroll Professional Dealing with HMRC relating to client queries. Accountancy practice or payroll bureau.
- Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Officer, Payroll Consultant
- £17,000 to £22,500 Per Annum
JOB TITLE: PAYROLL OFFICER PAY BAND: BAND 4 DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: PAYROLL/ CORPORATE BASED AT: UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS BIRMINGHAM, NHSFT, REGENTS COURT, EDGBASTON REPORTS TO: PAYROLL TEAM LEADER PROFESSIONALLY RESPONSIBLE TO: PAYROLL OPERATIONS MANAGER LAST UPDATED: DECEMBER 2015 JOB PURPOSE: To provide an accurate and timely payroll service for our clients To be responsible for a section of weekly and monthly payroll. To process in accordance with statutory and NHS national terms and conditions of employment. KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS: Internal: Managers and employees, Finance, HR External: Banks, Building Societies, HMRC, Dept of Works & Pensions, MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To manage an allocated section of weekly and monthly payroll ensuring staff are paid accurately and in a timely manner 2. Responsible for the processing of all information received in relation to allocated payrolls, within current and previous pay periods, to include: New starters/leavers. C hanges to contract – hour changes, promotions, demotions. Sickness, Maternity pay, Paternity Pay, Adoption Pay & TIA calculations. Calculation of protections, Acting up Implementation of AEO, student loan, DEO, P45’s etc. Processing of voluntary deductions – e.g. union deductions, GAYE. Calculation of back dated information, and checking on retro run Be able to calculate and apply overpayments to the ESR payroll system, and complete necessary documentation – letter, added to spreadsheet etc. Be able to calculate, raise and recover advances of pay where necessary. Reconcile negative payments and amend on ESR. Extensive knowledge of all NHS terms and conditions and their application to include Agenda for Change, Medical & Dental and Whitley Council; Browsing and checking another section of payroll to comply with audit requirements of secondary checking; Responsible for ensuring correct annotation and scanning of payroll documentation for allocated payroll; Checking of a variety of payroll reports, as directed by the team leader, and to be responsible for the sign off of payrolls for first send processing. This is not an exhaustive list, but an example. 3. Compliance with Local, National and Statutory regulations and have a full understanding how PAYE, NI etc. works in conjunction with the payroll facility. 4. To be able to communicate effectively in person, by telephone or in writing to include confident use of all Microsoft packages. To be able to deal confidently with requests for advice or assistance with queries from employees, colleagues, managers and external agencies including the HMRC. 5. General Payroll Responsibilities – Responsible for timely and accurate input of payroll information into ESR. To build and maintain relationships with colleagues, staff from client organisations, managers and external organisations through effective communication when dealing with requests for advice or assistance, these may be written, verbal or face to face. To assist auditors in locating information and resolving queries as requested by the team leader and Payroll Operations Manager. To ensure audit procedures are adhered to and to audit own workloads To assist in stapling payslip attachments to payslips as required. To draw to the appropriate manager’s attention any need to change or depart from standard operating procedures. To act at all times with department procedures and comply with Trust Standing Financial Instructions and Regulations. The post holder will undertake other duties as may be required to achieve the Trust’s objectives, commensurate with the grading of the post. GENERAL INFORMATION: TRUST VISION AND VALUES The Trust is clear on its vision and values and aims to make sure that they are reflected in all areas of activity. Our vision is simple; To Deliver the Best in Care. Our values apply to every member of staff. They are to treat all with respect, to take personal and team responsibility, to look to improve the way we do things (innovation) and to act with honesty in all we do. TRUST POLICIES AND PROCEDURES The post-holder will be required to comply with all policies and procedures issued by and on behalf of University Hospitals Birmingham. In addition if the post-holder is required to work at other organisations premises they must adhere to the specific policies relating to the premises in which they work. CLINICAL GOVERNANCE & RISK ASSESSMENT The post-holder must be aware of and ensure compliance with the Trust’s Clinical Governance systems and Risk Management systems. CONFIDENTIALITY Your attention is drawn to the confidential nature of information collected within the NHS. The unauthorised use or disclosure of patient or other personal information is a dismissible offence and in the case of computerised information could result in a prosecution for an offence or action for civil damages under the Data Protection Act. DATA PROTECTION If required to do so, the post-holder will obtain, process and/or use information held on a computer in a fair and lawful way; and hold data only for the specified registered purposes and to use or disclose the data only to authorised persons or organisations. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND DIVERSITY* University Hospitals Birmingham is striving towards being an equal opportunities employer. No job applicant or member of staff will be discriminated against on the grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, age, sex, marital status or on the grounds of disability or sexual preference. Selection for training and development and promotion will be on the basis of an individual’s ability to meet the requirements of the job. University Hospitals Birmingham the post-holder will have personal responsibility to ensure they do not discriminate, harass or bully, or contribute to the discrimination, harassment or bullying of a colleague or colleagues, or condone discrimination, harassment or bullying by others. The post-holder is also required to co-operate with measures introduced to ensure equality of opportunity. HEALTH AND SAFETY * The post-holder must make him/herself aware of the responsibilities placed on them by the Health and Safety at Work Act  to ensure that the agreed safety procedures are carried out to maintain a safe environment for other members of staff and visitors. The post-holder will have at all times a duty to conduct themselves and to undertake their work, in a safe manner, so not to endanger themselves and others around them. Clearly, the degree of such responsibilities carried out by a particular individual will depend on the nature and extent of his/her work. Should any individual feel concerned over the safety aspects if his/her work, it should be brought to the attention of his/her manager/supervisor and/or Trade Union Safety Representative. The post-holder must adhere to the health and safety rules and procedures of the Trust. He/she has a legal duty to use safety devices and equipment provided. All staff will receive a general introduction to health and safety at work as part of their induction. They will also be given advice on fire, security and lifting procedures. FLU PANDEMIC OR MAJOR INCIDENT In the event of a flu pandemic or major incident, the post holder may be asked to undertake other duties not necessarily commensurate to the banding of this role. This could include duties in any part of the hospital. Prior to undertaking any duties, the member of staff will have full training and induction. No member of staff will be asked to undertake duties for which they are not competent or where they feel unsafe in their environment or could put patients or themselves at risk. NO SMOKING POLICY The Trust has a no smoking policy. Staff are only permitted to smoke in designated smoking shelters. Members of staff must not smoke inside any of the Trust’s premises nor in any vehicle used on Trust Business. Members of staff must adhere to the Trust’s Uniform Policy and therefore any uniforms must be covered whilst smoking. PUBLIC SERVICE USER AND CARER INVOLVEMENT Under Section 11 of the Health and Social Care Act we have a duty to involve patients and the public at all levels within the organisation. The post-holder will be required to recognise and value the benefits of listening and responding to patients and recognise that the patients experience is the catalyst for doing things differently to improve the way we deliver services. UNTOWARD INCIDENTS The post-holder must take responsibility for incident and near miss reporting and must ensure they adhere to all departmental policies and procedures. SAFEGUARDING The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the adults, young people and children who use the services. All staff have a responsibility to report any identified concerns of abuse or exploitation through the appropriate route in line with the respective policies and procedures. REVIEW OF THE ROLE This job description will be subject to review and amendment, in consultation with the post holder, to meet the changing needs of the service and the organisation. This role profile is designed to identify principal responsibilities. The post holder is required to be flexible in developing the role in accordance with changes within the Trust’s management agenda and priorities. Although this is a list of the key responsibilities of the post it is expected that the post holder and manager will develop and define the detail of the work to be undertaken. The Trust is committed to equal opportunities, providing opportunities for flexible working and is a no smoking organisation.
- Payroll Administrator, Payroll Assistant, Payroll Executive, Payroll Officer
- Hailsham, East Sussex
Payroll Assistant Hailsham, East Sussex Full time, competetive salary A vacancy has arisen for a full time Payroll Assistant in a busy Accountancy Practice situated in Hailsham town centre, East Sussex. The Payroll Assistant job entails all aspects of our client payrolls on a monthly, four weekly, two weekly and weekly basis including the processing of BACS, Auto-Enrolment and reporting to clients and third parties. The successful Payroll Assistant should have knowledge and experience in payroll and a strong understanding of payroll legislation. Attractive salary/rate for the right candidate. Applications in writing / by email with CV to: The Staff Partner, Watson Associates, 30-34 North Street, Hailsham, East Sussex BN27 1DW / email firstname.lastname@example.org or just click the Apply button About Watson Associates Watson Associates is built on our founder Partner’s philosophy which, although over 50 years old, is still relevant today – “To take pride in giving the very best personal service to clients but also caring and looking after staff”. The business has grown and adopted an ambitious plan to lift it from being a 2 partner practice with its roots in the farming community to deal with many other aspects of professional work. Over the last 10 years this has been largely achieved with the firm now having 9 highly respected Directos and 51 staff all operating from 2 offices in defined areas of expertise and providing a broad range of business accountancy and audit services to over 2,800 clients.
- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
- £30,000 to £40,000 Per Annum
Payroll Specialist 12-18 Month Fixed Term Contract Based Wolverhampton Circa £40,000 p.a. + Excellent Benefits This is a superb interim opportunity, offering you the chance to apply your payroll knowledge and expertise here at Bromford – a progressive and innovative social enterprise that’s continually looking to grow and develop its business! Capable of making an immediate impact, you’ll act as our in-house specialist with a brief to provide a fully compliant and effective payroll service to around 1300 monthly paid employees through our Ceridian based system. Benefiting from the support of a small shared services team – responsible for data input and the day to day nuts & bolts of transactional activity – your role will focus on managing the systems and processes that are in place to ensure we deliver the required outputs, on time and in full. What will it take to succeed? As a starting point, you’ll certainly need to be an accomplished payroll professional, with proven experience of running medium to large scale payroll operations of a similar size With a good understanding of all things payroll, including HMRC compliance, NI, Pensions, auditing and reporting, your ability to hit the ground running will be a key ingredient A confident communicator and relationship builder, with the ability to help upskill our shared services operation, you’ll also know how to get the very best out of the team Whilst last but not least, we’ll expect you to thrive on change and genuinely excel when it comes to meeting objectives, producing results and exceeding expectations In return, we can promise you an attractive package and first- class conditions, plus an element of flexible working.
- Expatriate Payroller, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
- €48,000 to €50,000 Per Annum
EMEA / German Payroll Specialist - 50,000 EUROS - Dublin A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced EMEA / German Payroll Specialist to process and manage all aspects of a German Payroll for one of Dublin's leading employers. We are looking for an experienced EMEA / German Payroll Specialist who can handle all aspects of the day to day processing of assigned payrolls for Germany and other EMEA entities.This EMEA / German Payroll Specialist would suit someone who has significant experience in similar role processing EMEA, German or APAC payrolls.Fluency in German and English is essentialSo if you are the EMEA / German payroll subject matter expert that we are looking for, please apply today! Send your CV, current salary and notice period details to us ASAP to be considered.
- Payroll Specialist, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Consultant
- £33,500 to £39,000 Per Annum
Payroll Compliance Officer £33,518 – £38,833pa Full-time, 18 months fixed term contract Canterbury Ref: REG1264 This is an exciting opportunity for a Payroll compliance specialist to join the Payroll team at the University of Kent. You will ensure the ongoing compliance of the University Payroll Office with key statutory obligations and regulatory guidance. You will need to maintain a high level of current knowledge on all aspects of Payroll regulation and be able to interpret complex requirements and apply these to the University operations and identify areas where improvement or change is required. As Payroll Compliance Officer you will: provide support and guidance to University Schools and Departments on undertaking employment assessments ensure full compliance with current payroll legislation and University contractual obligations and confirm the accurate calculation and reporting to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) work with the Payroll management team to develop University procedures To succeed in this role you will have: a professional qualification in pensions or payroll administration proven experience of working in a payroll/pensions environment and the procedures relating to payroll compliance experience with using an integrated HR/payroll system such as that supplied by Northgate Arinso or any other mainstream software house The Finance Department aims to provide, in a cost efficient, professional and timely manner, services that allow the University to meet its statutory financial obligations and internal financial management objectives. Its main focus is to provide the University as a whole (represented by its Governing Body, Council) and individuals holding budget responsibility with financial services and advice. This includes the payment of bills and salaries and collection of monies owed to the University. The Department is also required to ensure that the University operates its affairs within the various external financial and tax regulations and ensure that the University’s financial records satisfy external audit. The Department is located principally in the Registry Building on the University of Kent Canterbury campus, with additional offices in Darwin College, and has approximately 70 members of staff. It is organised into sections that deal with one or more of the core functions. How to apply For further information, and to apply for this position, please visit our website. You will be required to fill in the main details section of the application form as well as upload your CV and a cover letter. Your cover letter should clearly and explicitly address the requirements of the Person specification and you should provide clear evidence and examples in your application which back-up any assertions you make in relation to each criterion. We recommend a maximum of 4 x A4 sides for this document. Closing date for applications: June 24th, 2018. Interviews are to be held: July 18th/19th, 2018
- Senior Payroll Administrator, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
- £25,000 to £28,000 Per Annum
Senior Payroll Administrator – Manchester - £28K +bonus & other benefits A leading Manchester-based commercial business are seeking the services of a 1st class Payroller to join their busy team. Senior Payroll Administrator - Key responsibilities: Processing end to end high-volume payroll. 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. Ability to process manual calculations. Senior Payroll Administrator - Qualifications: 1-2 years' experience working in a busy payroll function. Grade C and above at GCSE English & Maths. Ability to work on own initiative, working within a team and the ability to meet deadlines. Excellent organisation skills with the ability to multi-task. If you are a motivated Payroll professional looking for your next opportunity to join a successful organisation who invest in their people, please don't hesitate to apply now!
- Senior Payroll Administrator, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
- £28,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
Payroll Team Leader – Manchester - £35,000 +10% bonus & other benefits. JGA are currently recruiting on behalf of a leading organisation who seek the services of a 1st class, strategic Payroll Team Leader for an exciting opportunity to manage a small team of payroll professionals within a wider shared service team. The Payroll Team Leader will play a key part in delivering both structure and strength to the overall payroll operation. Payroll Team Leader - Responsibilities Strategically lead, motivate and manage a payroll team Sound working knowledge of managing a high-volume, monthly payroll. Ensuring service levels are met whilst maintaining strong relationships and an accurate payroll function. Ensuring Payroll Compliance. Balancing the payroll accounts by resolving payroll discrepancies. CIPP preferred but my no means essential. If you’d like to have an informal conversation or for further details, please don’t hesitate to contact Tom on 01727 800377.
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