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HR Manager - London - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £45,000 Per Annum
  • London
My client, a higher education constituency in London are seeking a HR Manager for an initial 3/6 month contract on a Fixed Term basis.My client are in very exciting times indeed as they are looking to open a brand new campus in the United Arab Emirates - and you would be at the forefront of this exciting project!My client are seeking an excellent HR Generalist who can be the point of contact for the staff moving over to Dubai, look at new employment models based on Employment Law for both countries. This will require possibly one trip or more to Dubai. There is a possibility of this role going permanent but at this stage this can not be confirmed.To be considered for this role you will be a HR Generalist with experience from the United Arab Emirates and England. You will ideally have 3+ years experience in HR and if this was in Higher Education, that would be highly desirable. However HR candidates from other sectors will be considered. In this generalist post, you will provide advice and guidance to managers and staff on all HR matters. In doing so you will need to build and develop effective working relationships with managers which will allow you to influence, develop and support managers to help them achieve their own, team and organisational objectives. Key responsibilities will include supporting the Director of HR in delivering the HR Strategy, providing managers and staff with advice and guidance on all HR policies, terms and conditions of employment and other HR issues in accordance with employment legislation; being the first point of contact in advising managers on employee relations casework and change management as well as leading on recruitment, employment contract, payroll and casework administration. Please apply now for this exciting opportunity. I look forward to hearing from you!
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.
Payroll Assistant - Peterborough - Interaction Recruitment PLC
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Peterborough
I am seeking an experienced Payroll Clerk for a business based in Peterborough, my client will consider a candidate with some experience, but looking to develop their career in this area through a leadership role. This is an organisation with a strong, positive reputation in the area, but also a company who can drive your career across Finance and Accountancy.You will be responsible for:End to end processing of company payrollsMaintenance of payroll system and leave planning system. Updating and maintaining payroll records.Liaising with staff and management on payroll related queries.Maintaining leave, sickness and overtime reports.Payroll reporting to meet internal and statutory obligations. Payroll administration.Calculation and processing of termination payments.Processing increases and calculation of back pays.Assisting Payroll Manager with month end consolidation.Assisting Payroll Manager with reconciliation and payment of payroll and group tax.You will have experience of:Demonstrated payroll/Accounts processing experience.Excellent communication skills.Attention to detail.Numerical ability and data entry skills.Ability to work to deadlines.Understanding of payroll legislation and processesPlease contact Jenny Tod or email your details to (see below)
Payroll Specialist - Inchinnan - Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £30,000 Per Annum
  • Inchinnan
6-12 Month Fixed Term Contract, Full Time (option to flex hours - up to 37.5 hrs per week) An exciting opportunity to join our team within a growing ICT Services company with a global portfolio, as a Windows Team Leader in our Infrastructure Services team. A global ICT Services group consisting of several brands in 18 countries across Europe, Asia Pacific & Latin America with an extensive history that extends over 125 years. It has a complete portfolio of integrated ICT services for the large enterprise, SMB and public sector markets. This includes Workspace, Applications, Communication, Data Centre, Cloud, Consulting, Product and Managed Services. We offer a unique model that provides customers with a consistent IT service throughout the world, with one single point of contact and billing entity, delivering services to 90 countries. This is ranked number 3 globally according to Managed/Maintained End-user Devices with a total of 7.4M assets. Our client supports its employees to become experts in their field through development by an in house University and an internal recruitment program. Team Purpose The Payroll Specialist is a standalone role, reporting into the HR Manager, and is a pivotal function of the HR Department. The activities the Payroll Specialist will manage include payroll, expenses and overtime. We are currently seeking an interim Payroll Specialist to manage and review our current payroll processes which may include the transfer of our current payroll provider. Role Working as the Payroll Specialist, you will provide all necessary support for the 3rd party payroll provider, create policies and procedures, advise on tax and pay laws, analyse & report on financial data and manage 3rd party provider and systems. You will assist HR with running employee benefit/pension schemes. You will have a good knowledge of payroll practices and laws, as you will perform a broad range of duties to ensure the accuracy of payroll calculations and data provided to the 3rd party payroll provider. You will maintain & provide information to employees as second line support for specific payroll functions not dealt with by our 3rd party provider. You will complete the templates of benefits in kind to facilitate 3rd party payroll provider producing and distributing P11d to employees. You role will also include maintaining control templates to enable the reconciliation of final payroll submission from 3rd party payroll provider and sign off final payroll within the defined timetable Responsibilities/Accountability For this role the ideal candidate will have proven experience in payroll completing the payroll cycle from start to finish including the following duties: Experience of transferring payroll providers (essential). Processing uploaded templates for all aspects of monthly payroll for 3rd party provider. Perform manual payroll calculations for starters and leavers, including compromise agreements. Validate and sign off the monthly payroll, review monthly Revenue payments, Year-end submissions and P11d returns and payments. Responsible for the sign off of processing overtime on a weekly basis from AWFS by Payroll Administrator. Processing of confidential payroll data, salary increases bonuses etc., when requested and populating on the relevant templates for 3rd party payroll provider. Checking weekly reports from HR admin of data processed for Starters, leavers and any other permanent information. Manual payments processed on an ad hoc basis. Liaising with Payroll ADP and HR admin on a weekly basis to resolve any issues or queries Successful sign off of submission of Tax Year End and P11d's within HMRC timelines. Monthly PAYE & NICs reconciliation for payments of accounts. Producing monthly journals for the Accounts Team. Working with 3rd party's to manage payments to all international employees on secondment in the UK. Analysing employee's tax bandings to ensure they hold the correct levels for TMC & CCV, quarterly process. Administering PSA (PAYE Settlement Agreement) with submission of reports and payments within HMRC timeline. Insuring HR system SAP is kept up to date by running monthly payroll and liaising with the offshore team. Pension reports reconciled monthly and submitted to providers plus annual audit. Online payslip system maintained and assist employees with queries Completion of forms from various government bodies, CSA, Inland Revenue etc. Processing Ireland Payroll and insure all legislation up to date and adhered to (2 employees only) Support changes in respect to payroll/expense travel privilege changes Skills/Experience Experience of using ADP would be an advantage Good understanding of P11d requirements and a working knowledge of the Revenue requirements and timelines Experience in running tax year ends in order to be able to approve the 3rd Party reports and submit within the Revenue timelines Excellent excel skills Self-motivated and hard working with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deliverables, with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail Good numerical & IT skills, as well as good spoken & written communication skills Good time management for meeting strict deadlines A level of diplomacy and discretion is required within the role, as well as honesty and respect for confidential information Desirable Qualification/Certification requirements Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) NVQ Level 3 in Payroll Administration CIPP certificates, Income Tax & NI, Statutory Payments & Payroll Essentials Salary will be pro-rata, up to £31,000
Integration Lead (SAP HR/Payroll) - Leeds - Hays Specialist Recruitment
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £500 to £550 Per Day
  • Leeds
Integration Lead, SAP HR, SAP Payroll, SuccessFactors Your new company Excellent interim opportunity to work on this large scale SAP SuccessFactors (HR/Payroll) implementation programme. The role will be split 70/30 between Leeds and London. Main base is Leeds. Your new role You will be responsible for the build and delivery of priority integrations between SuccessFactors employee central payroll, Avature applicant tracking system, pensions system & the clients own internal time and attendance system. SummaryGather integration requirements including running workshops with third party vendorsCreate functional and technical specificationsDevelop integrations using SFTP & web servicesConduct integration field mapping and define transformation rulesBased on the activity and data flow diagrams, create an inventory of all cross-application interactions or interfacesWork closely with the HR IT team and users to confirm the integration requirements identifiedFacilitate joint application design sessions with the interfacing application teams to ensure cross-team communication and collaboration. Identify cross-team issues, and communicate them to the appropriate team leadsAssess the impact of the integration requirements to the technical architecture and specify the integration service requirementsReview system integration test scenarios, ensuring test coverage in all phases of testingManage other Integration and Data Migration consultants to perform required activitiesReport and escalate integration issues/points to the Project Manager, Process/Technology Lead, Solution Architect and/or SAP SF ConsultantsWhat you'll need to succeed Experience of a similar role in the HRIS implementation spaceSAP and or SuccessFactors experience is a big plusExperience implementing enterprise integration architecturesExperience designing integration solutionsAbility to define and communicate the "big picture" in terms of the overall integration solution (both functional and technical components) and break it down into smaller manageable work units What you'll get in return Outstanding opportunity to work on a large scale SAP programme offering contract longevity. What you need to do now Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers.
HR Coordinator - London - Resource Solutions - Barclays
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Coordinator LondonPartner with the HRBP Markets, Research and FiRM team in EMEA to provide high quality HR Service to the businessOwn our key HR processes, such as maternity leave, sickness, paternity leave, flexible working, performance process etc from front to back, identifying process improvements where they existClosely manage the HR data for the Markets, Research and FiRM business in EMEA and provide regular reporting where requiredBe the liaison between the HRBP team and HR Services on all operational mattersYour RoleManaging the Maternity Process and monitoring other types of leave, including Paternity, Shared Parental Leave, Career Breaks and sicknessHandling Occupational Health ReferralsManaging flexible working arrangement requests; tracking arrangements, preparing trial and confirmation of FWA lettersManaging the leaver process; tracking voluntary leavers, ensuring that resignations have been logged, compiling exit questionnaire data and conducting exit interviews when requiredAssisting HRBP's during the redundancy process; calculating redundancy costs, preparing settlement agreements and packsSetting up vendor accounts in the vendor system and processing invoicesHandling Out of cycle salary increases and any other payroll changes by liaising with HR servicesManaging the work experience processManaging Tier 2 visa renewalsPutting together decks for business presentations/meetingsPreparing the Markets Incidents report and stats, as well as other ad hoc reports, such as cuts of Headcount reports and compiling other dataSupport during the year end Performance cycle; reporting on performance ratings statuses and making updates to performance ratingsSupporting Global HRBP's on ad hoc projects and the overall team with coordinating and tracking dataLiaising with HR Services on general queriesSupporting the HRBP's with note-taking during ER case meetingsEssential SkillsBachelors Degree/Equivalent ExperienceStrong personal credibility with the ability to build trusted relationships in order to influenceWilling to go above and beyond what is required to deliver the best possible productAble to identify and implement process improvements and in doing so, operate with limited directionStrong analytical and quantitative skills, with the ability to incorporate metrics and analysis into HR deliveryStrong verbal and communication skills, with poise and confidence to interact with all levels of individualAbility to manage high volumes of work, execute flawlessly, and understand HR processesThe successful candidate will be a motivated self-starter, confident, and able to navigate through changeThey will be a strong team player, commercial, and client-centricAbout Us Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. Our goal is to become the bank of choice by providing superior services to customers and clients and supporting our stakeholders via a commercially successful business that generates long-term sustainable returns.Risk and Control Objective All Barclays colleagues have to ensure that all activities and duties are carried out in full compliance with regulatory requirements, Enterprise Wide Risk Management Framework and internal Barclays Policies and Policy Standards.Your ApplicationTo be considered for this role, click on the apply button now.Barclays Values & DiversityDynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives, if you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the hiring manager. We are an equal opportunity employer and we are opposed to discrimination on any grounds. It is the policy of Barclays to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, colour, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
Payroll Senior - Peterborough - Interaction Recruitment PLC
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • Peterborough
I am currently recruiting for a permanent Payroll Senior to join our client based in Peterborough. Our client is looking for someone to join their busy Payroll department who has excellent IT skills and someone who is able to learn new systems quickly. Key Responsibilities: Report processing and sending to clients Produce BACS payment schedules and organise payment of BACS Liaise with clients and dealing with salary queries Completing monthly pension returns Process all payrolls from start to finish Process variable data from clients Manage multiple deadlines for variable data and managing clients throughout their pay cycle Dealing with queries from the client and HM Revenue & Customs Process all starters & leavers Processing and calculating statutory payments such as SMP, SSP etc. Manually calculating pro-rata payments such as holiday pay, hourly/daily rates of pay etc. Keeping abreast of new legislation, supporting the team implement new procedures Ad hoc tasks as required Key Skills Required: Payroll experience GCSE results with a minimum C or above in English and Maths CIPP qualification (or studying towards the qualification) would be beneficial but not essential Be confident in their ability to pick up new systems, ideally Star payroll knowledgeOur client offers employees support with training and career progression.If you are interested in this role please apply or contact Victoria Harrison for more information.
HR Assistant - Leeds - Gravitas Recruitment Group Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 to £25,000 Per Annum
  • Leeds
HR AssistantAbout UsGravitas Recruitment Group is a leading International Recruitment Consultancy, with offices in London, Leeds, Manchester, Hong Kong and Singapore. We are committed to delivering an unrivaled service in placing industry leading talent with our clients.Gravitas is a rapidly growing company and achieved the 'Outstanding' Accreditation in 2017 Best Companies. We have an award-winning Business Support team, crowned 'Most Effective Back Office Operations' at the 2017 Recruiter Awards!About the RoleA superb opportunity has arisen to join our Business Support team in the role of HR Assistant. The role will be based from Leeds office and on a busy sales floor, and therefore sitting at the heart of the business.The ideal candidate will have an opportunity to be part of a growing HR team and will be involved in a wide variety of day to day HR administrative and operational tasks, including but not limited to:Key point of contact for the HR team, answering initial queries from both employees and managersResponsibility for all administrative tasks related to the full employee life cycle including new starters, exiting employees, probations, promotions and change of termsMaintaining employee files and updating the HR system to ensure all data is accurate and up to dateRequesting and completing reference requests for both current and ex-employeesManagement of the holiday booking and absence management processes, including monitoring absence levels and flagging trigger points to managementAssisting in the preparation of monthly Payroll and HR Reports and producing other ad-hoc reports as requiredProviding administrative support on employee relations mattersThe HR Team has access to a range of performance-related incentives and rewards, including company holidays, lunch clubs and individual bonuses. In addition, the team are keen to provide excellent training and structured career development to the successful candidate.About YouYou will have a passion for excellence service delivery and have a drive to exceed expectations. Previous experience is not essential, but the right attitude, and a desire to build a career within HR, is!To be successful in this role you will need to have:Strong IT skills, with previous experience using an HR Software such as Sage HR being desirableEffective communication skills (both written and verbal), and confidence in dealing with people at all levels both internally and externallyA drive to deliver in a fast-paced environment, meeting deadlines and managing own workloadAn adaptable and flexible attitude, excited to learn new skills and able to recognise areas for improvementExcellent attention to detail and a high level of organisational skillsAn ability to work collaboratively in a close team, and across functional boundariesHow to ApplyIf you have a positive, can-do attitude and would like to be a part of this world class recruitment company, please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter to Katie Leigh-Ellis in our London office.
Payroll Analyst - Midlothian - Randstad Financial & Professional
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20 to £25 Per Hour
  • Midlothian
Payroll AnalystThe EMEA Payroll team sits within the HR function and works within an outsourced operating model with two payroll service providers across the region. As a result, the Payroll team is responsible for managing the vendor relationships, flow of data and queries, those payroll vendors, and employees, as well as internal projects and initiatives. The team works with the vendors to ensure the client employees receive their compensation timely and accurately, in full compliance with all payroll laws and regulations. Payroll interacts with many parts of the organization, including key internal HR partners as well as Finance, Corporate Tax and Treasury. The team is also responsible for ensuring that payroll transactions are booked correctly on the General Ledger.The Payroll team is looking for someone to work as part of the team in managing the process with the outsourced Payroll providers. This involves responsibility for country specific payrolls, including auditing payroll transactions, reconciling funding, directing employee queries and ensuring all post payroll tasks are completed timely and accurately.Key Responsibilities:Manage specific country payrolls as requiredCollate and prepare all data inputsReview payroll for errors and ensure all inputs have been processedReconcile gross pay and investigate unbalanced itemsEnsure all deductions processed according to inputsMaintain appropriate checklists to ensure vendor and payroll follow agreed upon processes and controlsComplete post payroll tasks including liaising with Compensation Accounting on unreconciled itemsArrange payroll disbursements to employees and tax authorities.Manage team mailboxParticipate in monthly payroll reviews with vendor and ensure proper handling of issuesParticipate on department projects as requiredSkills: Skills/Qualifications:Relevant payroll or finance experience in a similar roleMicrosoft Office skills, particularly ExcelStrong analytical skills that enable candidate to recognize and resolve problemsDemonstrated ability to work well as part of a team and excel in a fast-paced, high-intensity environmentAbility to manage multiple tasks, in an organized manner, and adhere to strict completion deadlinesExcellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to interact with all levels of the organizationSecond language beneficialBachelor's degree or equivalent by experienceRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
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).
EMEA HR Process Lead - London - Amoria Bond Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
EMEA HR Process LeadKey Skills - HR Generalist, HR Process knowledge, SAP, SuccessFactorsWe are looking for an experienced HR Process Lead to work on an initial 6 month contract, with a multinational organisation, based in West London. This role is offering a fantastic opportunity to implement a global HR system (SAP & SuccessFactors) and associated HR processes. The immediate role will involve taking the global HR template and provide a clear operational view, as well as analysing processes across 30 EMEA countries to ensure they can align with the global template. The Ideal EMEA HR Process Lead will have extensive experience in:* Discussing HR processes, requirements and solutions at both a strategic and detailed level with leadership, managerial and operational people. * Able to take high level globally defined HR administrative processes (and, ideally, more strategic HR processes) and inflate and develop them to provide a clearer operational view. * Leading multi-country workshops to capture localisation requirements arising from globally defined HR processes, harmonise requirements and build consensus among stakeholders.* Producing high quality process maps and supporting materials and tools.* Working with senior stakeholders across multiple countries* Able to identify what is required to deliver a full end-to-end business solution - not just an IT system - and capable of applying best practice to develop these deliverables. * Able to lead and provide direction to a small team of HR SMEs. * HR Administration System functionality, ideally SuccessFactors. * Generic payroll and Time & Attendance (T&A) processes.The successful EMEA HR Process Lead will have a proven track record of delivering HR projects within global, multi-cultural businesses, as well as strong stakeholder skills with good attention to detail. The right HR Process Lead will be proficient in time and project management, dealing with a number of tasks concurrently with the ability to prioritise.Key Skills - HR Generalist, HR Process knowledge, SAP, SuccessFactorsAny interested candidates should forward an up to date CV to (see below) for immediate interview. Amoria Bond operates as an employment agency and employment business. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we are happy to accept applications from persons of any age for this role.
Payroll Specialist - Northampton - Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £30,000 Per Annum
  • Northampton
6-12 Month Fixed Term Contract, Full Time (option to flex hours - up to 37.5 hrs per week) An exciting opportunity to join our team within a growing ICT Services company with a global portfolio, as a Windows Team Leader in our Infrastructure Services team. A global ICT Services group consisting of several brands in 18 countries across Europe, Asia Pacific & Latin America with an extensive history that extends over 125 years. It has a complete portfolio of integrated ICT services for the large enterprise, SMB and public sector markets. This includes Workspace, Applications, Communication, Data Centre, Cloud, Consulting, Product and Managed Services. We offer a unique model that provides customers with a consistent IT service throughout the world, with one single point of contact and billing entity, delivering services to 90 countries. This is ranked number 3 globally according to Managed/Maintained End-user Devices with a total of 7.4M assets. Our client supports its employees to become experts in their field through development by an in house University and an internal recruitment program. Team Purpose The Payroll Specialist is a standalone role, reporting into the HR Manager, and is a pivotal function of the HR Department. The activities the Payroll Specialist will manage include payroll, expenses and overtime. We are currently seeking an interim Payroll Specialist to manage and review our current payroll processes which may include the transfer of our current payroll provider. Role Working as the Payroll Specialist, you will provide all necessary support for the 3rd party payroll provider, create policies and procedures, advise on tax and pay laws, analyse & report on financial data and manage 3rd party provider and systems. You will assist HR with running employee benefit/pension schemes. You will have a good knowledge of payroll practices and laws, as you will perform a broad range of duties to ensure the accuracy of payroll calculations and data provided to the 3rd party payroll provider. You will maintain & provide information to employees as second line support for specific payroll functions not dealt with by our 3rd party provider. You will complete the templates of benefits in kind to facilitate 3rd party payroll provider producing and distributing P11d to employees. You role will also include maintaining control templates to enable the reconciliation of final payroll submission from 3rd party payroll provider and sign off final payroll within the defined timetable Responsibilities/Accountability For this role the ideal candidate will have proven experience in payroll completing the payroll cycle from start to finish including the following duties: Experience of transferring payroll providers (essential). Processing uploaded templates for all aspects of monthly payroll for 3rd party provider. Perform manual payroll calculations for starters and leavers, including compromise agreements. Validate and sign off the monthly payroll, review monthly Revenue payments, Year-end submissions and P11d returns and payments. Responsible for the sign off of processing overtime on a weekly basis from AWFS by Payroll Administrator. Processing of confidential payroll data, salary increases bonuses etc., when requested and populating on the relevant templates for 3rd party payroll provider.Checking weekly reports from HR admin of data processed for Starters, leavers and any other permanent information.Manual payments processed on an ad hoc basis.Liaising with Payroll ADP and HR admin on a weekly basis to resolve any issues or queries Successful sign off of submission of Tax Year End and P11d's within HMRC timelines.Monthly PAYE & NICs reconciliation for payments of accounts.Producing monthly journals for the Accounts Team.Working with 3rd party's to manage payments to all international employees on secondment in the UK. Analysing employee's tax bandings to ensure they hold the correct levels for TMC & CCV, quarterly process. Administering PSA (PAYE Settlement Agreement) with submission of reports and payments within HMRC timeline. Insuring HR system SAP is kept up to date by running monthly payroll and liaising with the offshore team. Pension reports reconciled monthly and submitted to providers plus annual audit. Online payslip system maintained and assist employees with queries Completion of forms from various government bodies, CSA, Inland Revenue etc. Processing Ireland Payroll and insure all legislation up to date and adhered to (2 employees only) Support changes in respect to payroll/expense travel privilege changes Skills/Experience Experience of using ADP would be an advantage Good understanding of P11d requirements and a working knowledge of the Revenue requirements and timelines Experience in running tax year ends in order to be able to approve the 3rd Party reports and submit within the Revenue timelines Excellent excel skills Self-motivated and hard working with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deliverables, with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail Good numerical & IT skills, as well as good spoken & written communication skills Good time management for meeting strict deadlines A level of diplomacy and discretion is required within the role, as well as honesty and respect for confidential information Desirable Qualification/Certification requirements Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) NVQ Level 3 in Payroll Administration CIPP certificates, Income Tax & NI, Statutory Payments & Payroll Essentials Salary will be pro-rata, up to £31,000
HR Business Partner, EMEA - Farnborough -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £45,000 to £55,000 Per Annum
  • Farnborough
HR Business Partner, EMEA Technology Sector - SaaS Solutions Farnborough Salary Circa 45-53k depending on experience, plus benefit and bonus package Our client is the global leader in compliance and reporting software, enabling businesses to grow globally by reducing the risks and costs associated with compliance in thousands of jurisdictions around the world. With a 35-year track record of success in compliance and the broadest library of tax rules and rates in the world, they help finance, tax and HR professionals in 4,500 companies, including half of the Fortune 500, stay ahead of complex and fast-changing government regulations. The company's compliance platform integrates with a wide variety of business applications, providing the control and visibility required to manage global tax compliance activities. Globally headquartered in Boston, they have offices throughout North America, Latin America and Europe. As part of their strategic expansion plan, we are looking to employ a HR Business Partner to work closely with the International MD, and Global HR Director. The Team You'll Impact The HR Business Partner will work closely with the Managing Director, EMEA and VP, Human Resources along with organizational management team on various initiatives for all European employees. The Work You'll Do The HR Business Partner will help develop and drive strategic people initiatives that promote business objectives while ensuring company policies and practices are interpreted and administered in a consistent manner. More specifically, you will: Partner with management to identify, implement, and execute HR programs and business outcomes such as organizational planning, talent management, performance management, alignment of compensation rewards to performance and employee engagement across Europe Champion local recruiting efforts in Europe by providing support in sourcing, interviewing and other recruiting events in partnership with Global recruiting team Manage benefit programs across EMEA within framework provided by Global Practice Leader Manage HRIS database for Europe offices including new hire entry, employee changes, payroll and business reporting within defined company standards Conduct New Hire Orientation program and oversee employee onboarding experience Manage and execute successful rollout of site programs such as Wellness, Community Investment and other events to drive employee engagement Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance Provide consultation on employee relations issues and investigations Partner with global HR team members to support and champion positive employee relations through effective communication, policies and practices What We Need From You Bachelors Degree in related field, or equivalent combination of experience and education Minimum of 3 years' of professional Human Resources generalist experience Demonstrated experience in various HR functions: recruitment, employee engagement, career development, talent management, compensation, performance management, employment law, and employee relations Experience in HR administration such as policy interpretation, employee record/file keeping, and compliance Ability to build relationships with and influence all levels of employees including leadership level of organization Ability to be strategic towards business outcomes as well as manage and handle day-to-day details and deadlines
 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.
Payroll Specialist - Northampton - Sopra Steria Recruitment Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £30,000 Per Annum
  • Northampton
Job Title Payroll Specialist Location Northampton and Travelling to Reading Duration: Fixed Term Contract - 6 to 12 Months Team Purpose The Payroll Specialist is a standalone role, reporting into the HR Manager, and is a pivotal function of the HR Department. The activities that the Payroll Specialist will manage are varied, encompassing a wide remit from payroll, expenses and overtime. We are currently seeking an interim Payroll Specialist to manage and review our current payroll processes. Role Purpose Providing all necessary support for the 3rd party payroll provider, creating policies and procedures, advising on tax and pay laws, analysing and reporting on financial data and managing 3rd party provider and systems. Assisting Human Resources with running employee benefit/pension schemes. To have a good knowledge of payroll practices and laws. The Payroll Specialist performs a broad range of duties to ensure the accuracy of payroll calculations and data provided to the 3rd party payroll provider. Maintains and provides detailed information to employees as second line support for specific payroll functions not dealt with by 3rd party provider. Completes the templates of benefits in kind to facilitate 3rd party payroll provider producing and distributing P11d to employees. Maintains control templates to enable the reconciliation of final payroll submission from 3rd party payroll provider and sign off final payroll within the defined timetable Responsibilities/Accountability For this role the ideal candidate will have proven experience in payroll completing the payroll cycle from start to finish including the following duties: Processes upload templates for all aspects of monthly payroll for 3rd party provide. Experience of transferring payroll providers. Perform manual payroll calculations for starters and leavers, including compromise agreements. Validate and sign off the monthly payroll, Revenue monthly Revenue payments, Year-end submissions and P11d returns and payments. Responsible for the sign off of processing overtime on a weekly basis from AWFS by Payroll Administrator. Processing of confidential payroll data, salary increases bonuses etc., when requested and populating on the relevant templates for 3rd party payroll provider. Checking weekly reports from HR admin of data processed for Starters, leavers and any other permanent information. Manual payments processed on an ad hoc basis. Liaising with Payroll ADP and HR admin on a weekly basis to resolve any issues or queries. Successful sign off of submission of Tax Year End and P11d's within HMRC timelines. Monthly PAYE & NICs reconciliation for payments of accounts. Producing monthly journals for the Accounts Team. Working with 3rd party's to manage payments to all international employees on secondment in the UK. Analysing employee's tax bandings to insure hold correct levels for TMC & CCV, quarterly process. Administering Getronics PSA with submission of reports and payments within HMRC timeline. Insuring HR system SAP is kept up to date by running monthly payroll and liaising with the offshore team. Pension reports reconciled monthly and submitted to providers plus annual audit. Online payslip system maintained and assist employees with queries. Dealing with employee 2nd line queries day to day. Completion of forms from various government bodies, CSA, Inland Revenue etc. Processing Getronics Ireland Payroll and insure all legislation up to date and adhered to (2 employees only) Support changes in respect to payroll/expense travel privilege changesSkills/Experience Experience of using ADP would be an advantage Good understanding of P11d requirements and a working knowledge of the Revenue requirements and timelines Experience in running tax year ends in order to be able to approve the 3rd Party reports and submit within the Revenue timelines Excellent excel skills Self-motivated and hard working with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deliverables Good numerical and IT skills Good spoken and written communication skills An organised and methodical approach Logical thinking and problem-solving ability A high level of accuracy and attention to detail Good time management for meeting strict deadlines A level of diplomacy and discretion is required within the role. The ability to work well as part of a wider team Honesty and respect for confidential information Desirable Qualification/Certification requirements Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) NVQ Level 3 in Payroll Administration CIPP certificates, Income Tax & NI, Statutory Payments & Payroll Essential
Payroll Manager - Brqacknell - Bracknell Forest Council
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
  • £38,000 to £43,500 Per Annum
  • Brqacknell
Payroll Manager £38,820 – £43,480 pa Flexible Hours  •  Full-time, 37 hours per week  •  Permanent Based Bracknell, Berkshire Ref: CS/17/41857   Ensuring staff are paid accurately and on time is an essential requirement for an organisation. For this reason Payroll is key to any business, and the Payroll Manager is an important member of the Finance team. We currently process the payroll for 4,500 employees across Bracknell Forest Council including schools, leisure sites and care homes. It is a complex payroll, with many diverse types of contracts, terms and conditions and payments. Our current arrangements are working well and we have low error rates and high customer satisfaction. We want to build on this success by offering services to other organisations, using our skills, expertise and strong reputation to expand our customer base. We need a confident and experienced Payroll Manager to develop and take forward this strategy, while ensuring our core service to the Council is not compromised. You will be CIPP qualified, an excellent communicator and have previous experience of managing or supervising a Payroll team. Ideally you will have technical expertise on all aspects of Local Government pay including pension schemes, other statutory deductions, auto enrolment and salary sacrifice arrangements. Applications from candidates without a local government background will be considered, but if you can demonstrate a good understanding of the complexities involved in dealing with multiple employments and pension arrangements. You will be using the Midland iTrent system, which is being developed to introduce more self-service arrangements Previous experience of this system is not necessary but would be an advantage.You will play an active role in developing its functionality as a fully integrated HR and Payroll system.   If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. To find out more and to apply, please visit https://ats-bracknell.jobsgopublic.com/vacancies/view/41857 Closing Date: 1 October 2017 Bracknell Forest Council – Working for Equality. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Payroll Supervisor - Leeds - Step Change
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
  • £26,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • Leeds
Payroll Supervisor  We’re the UK’s leading debt advice charity, with 1,500 colleagues, over 200,000 clients, and over £4.2 billion debt under management. For 25 years we’ve provided advice and a comprehensive range of practical and effective solutions to help over 2 million people get their finances in shape and their lives back on track.  What we do and the people who work here are what make this place so rewarding. You’re not just doing a job; you’re making a genuine positive difference to people when they need it most.  Position: Payroll Supervisor  Location: Leeds city centre  Job Type: Full Time, Permanent  Hours: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm  Salary: £26,000 to £30,000 per annum depending on experience  Closing Date: 12th October 2017  About the role:  We’re currently recruiting for a Payroll Supervisor to ensure that the Charity’s payroll is processed in an accurate and timely manner on a monthly basis.  Within the Payroll Supervisor role, you’ll be responsible for two direct reports, therefore previous supervisory experience is required along with excellent coaching and mentoring skills.  Responsibilities:  - Delivering the completed monthly payroll submission for final review and approval in line with agreed timelines, providing processing support as necessary and allocating workloads as appropriate  - Supporting the Payroll Manager with review of pay processing work carried out by administrator colleagues, providing training to colleagues as required  - Ensuring compliance with all HMRC regulations in monthly processing  - Maintaining the system of payroll records and spreadsheets; proactively suggesting improvements to current systems and processes of recording and balancing  - Formatting and reconciling pension reports, running compliance checks through Aviva AME system and transmitting monthly payments reports to Aviva  - Supervising payment of all monthly payroll deductions to third parties, e.g. attachment of earnings, with appropriate backing documentation  - Collating and reporting payroll processing KPI’s on a monthly basis  - Carry out monthly 1-1s and annual appraisals in line with the Behavioural Framework  - You’ll need to be highly organised and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment where you'll be required to work flexibly in order to deliver an excellent, end to end Payroll service  About you:  We’re looking for an ambitious, highly numerate individual with excellent verbal and written communication skills capable of multi-tasking and prioritising workloads, whilst working to strict deadlines.  You’ll be able to demonstrate experience of working within large organisations, preferably with over 1000 employees.  You'll be required to demonstrate good organisation, communication, decision making and process improvement skills and preferably have experience in working with and manipulating large amounts of data from many different sources. You'll also need to demonstrate up to date knowledge of; HMRC regulations, rates and allowances, RTI, Auto-enrolment, Gender Pay Gap Reporting and Apprenticeship Levy.  You may have experience of the following: Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Clerk, Payroll Co-ordinator, Payroll Assistant, Payroll Administrator, Financial Services, HRMC etc.  This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment, the UK’s leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications.
Payroll Advisor - French  - Leeds - Burberry
  • Payroll Specialist, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Officer
  • Competitive
  • Leeds
INTRODUCTION  Founded in 1856, Burberry today remains quintessentially British, with outerwear at its core. Digital luxury positioning and intensive focus on design innovation, quality and heritage icons ensure continued brand purity and relevance globally across genders and generations. Burberry believes that in order to be a great brand it must also be a great company and constantly leverages the energy of its compassionate and creative thinking culture to continually innovate and drive the brand forward. Headquartered in London, Burberry is a design, marketing and retail led business with a global reputation for innovative product design, digital marketing initiatives and dynamic retail strategies.   ABOUT BURBERRY BUSINESS SERVICES Burberry is opening a brand new Shared Service Centre - Burberry Business Services, based in Leeds at their stunning new premises in the heart of the City Centre.  This Centre of Excellence will be an extension of their Head Office in London and house core functions; HR, Finance, Procurement, Customer Services and I.T. helpdesk. JOB DETAILS   Job Title:Payroll Advisor - French SpeakerJob Code:1010944 Skill Band:HRLocation:Leeds Type:PermanentDate Posted:8 Jun 2017 JOB PURPOSE Burberry is looking to recruit a French speaking Payroll Advisor to assist with the administration of the day to day activities relating to monthly payroll covering groups of employees with differing terms and conditions. Ensuring employees are paid accurately and on time and that all statutory and contractual obligations are met. RESPONSIBILITIES Assist with the day to day running of the UK pay groups, ensuring payroll schedules and deadlines are met Monthly reconciliation of Inland Revenue end of year requirements ensuring statutory reporting requirements are met Responsible for other Payroll activities including but not only limited to: transferring data to Payroll Finance, any additional payroll runs, manual deductions, making payroll adjustments, manual payment, managing cut off dates etc. Provision and manipulation of month end payroll summaries, overtime reports etc. to relevant parties Provide Gross pay analysis to group Finance post review for costing and budgeting purposes Communicating with and resolving HR, third party and employee issues Communicating with payroll provider re ad-hoc payroll issues In-depth understanding of Payroll processes Escalate issues and seek advice when faced with complex issues/problems Support the creation of a logical plan, realistic estimates and schedule for an activity or payroll run Ensure process controls are in place; Maintain, validate and update process documentations as applicable to ensure compliance Must have clear understanding of the existing matrices in the process, how they are measured and improvise the measurement system to make it more effective and transparent Responsible for checking, processing payroll and sending payroll file to & from vendor/in-house payroll provider Accountable for Payroll calendar and updating various team members Responsible for supporting Payroll audits, Risk and compliance Matrix outcomes May provide input to the maintenance and improvement of existing work processes and systems Contribute to ad hoc payroll HR projects as required Manage, motivate and develop a team of people working on similar objectives to ensure individual and team effectiveness Monitor and review work undertaken by Administrators in order to ensure appropriate use of materials, tools, equipment or resources and adherence to schedules Induct and mentor team of Administrators and/or colleagues to upskill them in the use of systems and processes Act as a buddy to new team members and help build their process and subject matter knowledge accuracy or enhance controls Apply understanding of assigned business process to identify gaps and propose continuous improvement measures Work closely with the Payroll specialists/Administrators and Managers to understand root causes and represent process procedures, practicalities and exceptions Implement continuous improvement initiatives per the roadmap defined by the management team and ensure initiatives meet agreed outputs and address customer feedback / improve customer satisfaction Manage and perform "Root Cause Analysis" on issues faces and suggest appropriate corrective action for current remediation and future control Must be able to propose process improvement ideas which can reduce time   PERSONAL PROFILE Payroll process expertise with 5+ years' experience within an FTSE 250 company Depth of experience in working with Third party vendors and various payroll systems Relevant technical proficiency; Database maintenance ,Application programming Competent MS Office user Payroll certification, or equivalent experience level Full or part IPP qualified Degree educated Fluent in French OPPORTUNITIES AT BURBERRY BUSINESS SERVICES If you do not wish to apply for a specific role but would like to register your interest please click on the following link: https://rsbb.avature.net/talentcommunity Burberry is an Equal Opportunities Employer and as such, treats all applications equally and recruits purely on the basis of skills and experience.   ABOUT BURBERRY Founded in 1856, Burberry today remains quintessentially British, with outerwear at its core. Digital luxury positioning and intensive focus on design innovation, quality and heritage icons ensure continued brand purity and relevance globally across genders and generations. Burberry believes that in order to be a great brand it must also be a great company and constantly leverages the energy of its compassionate and creative thinking culture to continually innovate and drive the brand forward. Headquartered in London, Burberry is a design, marketing and retail led business with a global reputation for innovative product design, digital marketing initiatives and dynamic retail strategies.
Payroll Senior Manager  - Leeds - Burberry
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Product Development Manager
  • Competitive
  • Leeds
Senior Payroll Manager – Burberry Business Services INTRODUCTION Founded in 1856, Burberry today remains quintessentially British, with outerwear at its core. Digital luxury positioning and intensive focus on design innovation, quality and heritage icons ensure continued brand purity and relevance globally across genders and generations. Burberry believes that in order to be a great brand it must also be a great company and constantly leverages the energy of its compassionate and creative thinking culture to continually innovate and drive the brand forward. Headquartered in London, Burberry is a design, marketing and retail led business with a global reputation for innovative product design, digital marketing initiatives and dynamic retail strategies. ABOUT BURBERRY BUSINESS SERVICES Burberry is opening a brand new Shared Service Centre - Burberry Business Services, based in Leeds at their stunning new premises in the heart of the City Centre.  This Centre of Excellence will be an extension of their Head Office in London and house core functions; HR, Finance, Procurement, Customer Services and I.T. helpdesk.   JOB PURPOSE Burberry is looking to recruit an Senior Payroll Manager To ensure the strategic and contractual obligations relating to Payroll are met for the Enterprise. This is an exciting opportunity to take on a key role in the inaugural senior leadership team. RESPONSIBILITIES Lead Service Delivery for payroll services Participate in periodical client calls/ meetings, understand the operational issues and ensures timely resolution of issues Systematically improve the service delivery through continuous process improvements Design and implement the procedures and principles for how the team will operate on a daily basis Providing process specific sign-off or approval where needed for payroll activities for example: Payroll file approval, audit approvals Participate and ensure that audit requirement as per agreed compliance standards are met Accountable for managing Payroll vendors Work with Third Party vendors to ensure they deliver the correct payroll output Ensure controls are in place by the team for checking, processing payroll and sending payroll file to & from vendor/in-house payroll provider Accountable for ongoing management of effective client service relationship within own area of responsibility, by acting as focal point of contact with senior stakeholders Accountable for managing Risk and Compliance Matrix, any actions relating to that Accountable for audits and overall payroll controls and compliance Manage teams of 10-20 people for simple and complex processes Roles in this level may manage, motivate and develop a team of professionals/ operational team in order to provide services contributing to the delivery of business objectives Provide constructive feedback to team members and conduct performance reviews Apply understanding of payroll processes to identify gaps and propose continuous improvement measures Work closely with the payroll specialists/ administrators/process owners and Payroll Manager and Advisors (equivalent) to understand root causes and represent process procedures, practicalities and exceptions Implement continuous improvement initiatives per the roadmap defined by the management team and ensure initiatives meet agreed outputs and address customer feedback / improve customer satisfaction   PERSONAL PROFILE Payroll process expertise with 10+ years’ experience within an FTSE 250 company Depth of experience in working with Third party vendors and various payroll systems Understanding of global statutory and compliance environment Experience in managing large and complex teams BBS experience preferred Payroll certification, or equivalent experience level Degree educated Strong analytical skills   OPPORTUNITIES AT BURBERRY BUSINESS SERVICES If you do not wish to apply for a specific role but would like to register your interest please click on the following link:  https://rsbb.avature.net/talentcommunity Burberry is an Equal Opportunities Employer and as such, treats all applications equally and recruits purely on the basis of skills and experience.
Payroll Administrator - Crawley - Richard Place Dobson
  • Payroll Administrator, Payroll Controller, Payroll Executive, Payroll Coordinator, Payroll Officer
  • £25,000 to £28,000 Per Annum
  • Crawley
Payroll Administrator / Senior Richard Place Dobson is a leading independent firm of accountants in Crawley, West Sussex.  We continually seek to improve the service we offer our clients and are professional and ambitious, but friendly at the same time.  We are looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator/Senior to join our team. This is a permanent full-time position and experience in a similar accountancy practice environment would be preferable but not essential. You will be working as part of a small friendly team in a very busy environment. Main Duties will include: Processing client payrolls from start to finish Including processing starters, leavers, Student Loans, AEO's etc Knowledge and calculation of SSP, SMP & SPP Dealing with payroll queries and liaising with HMRC as appropriate Submissions to HMRC in line with RTI Auto-enrolment It would also be useful, but not essential, if you have processed and submitted CIS returns. Candidate qualities: Be able to hit the ground running (working in a similar role) Have an in-depth(comprehensive) knowledge of payroll Have excellent communication skills and be confident talking to clients Have a good eye for detail Be able to work under pressure and to deadlines Knowledge of Star Payroll Profession would be an advantage but is not essential To have good knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word To be studying for, or wish to study for, the CIPP professional qualification Salary is £25,000 to £28,000 depending on experience. Full study support will be available. To apply for this position please send us your CV and covering letter to christine@placedobson.co.uk  explaining why you are suitable for the role. For further information on the role including a full job description, please see our website www.placedobson.co.uk/vacancies
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