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- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
Payroll Team Leader Job Introduction With exclusive luxury goods and world-class customer service, Selfridges delivers an experience thats second to none. But nothing would be possible without those working behind the scenes. Youll provide the level of service that ensures our payroll team performs at the top of its game and delivers the seamless payment service our employees deserve based at our Leicester offices. Role Responsibility This is a key role within the payroll team, individually responsible for senior tasks as well as jointly managing (alongside another team leader) the team to provide the best possible service to the business. In this role you will manage a section of the Payroll team ensuring they complete all tasks accurately and on time, coaching, mentoring and providing training as appropriate to develop the team. You will influence the business to process payroll information correctly and on time. For example, time and attendance information, ensuring the business completes this on time and running the appropriate reports. You will run period end reporting and be responsible for Payroll journals and reconciliations. You will be responsible for helping to support the team with daily system tasks and ad-hoc system configuration. The role is also responsible for running the pensioner payroll and liaising with associated third parties while also overseeing the company stakeholder pension scheme. The Ideal Candidate Were looking for someone with at least 2 years payroll experience ideally in a fast paced environment. Knowledge of PS Enterprise would be an advantage as well as having a CIPP qualification. The successful candidate will have up to date knowledge of Payroll legislation and a basic knowledge of pension schemes would be an advantage. The chosen person will be accurate with excellent attention to detail, service focused, a team player with strong analytical and communication skills. Your Career At Selfridges Selfridges is a shop run on imagination: a place where the worlds most covetable brands combine with the most extraordinary spectacles, events and ideas for an experience like no other. The story began when Harry Gordon Selfridge first arrived in London from Chicago in 1906 with his heart set on opening his dream store. With his revolutionary understanding of publicity and the theatre of retail, Selfridges Oxford Street opened its doors for the first time in 1909. The founders spirit of innovation and creativity lives on through its owners today. Since 2003, W. Galen Weston and his family have owned and operated the business, which now includes two stores in Manchester, one in Birmingham, plus selfridges.com and the Selfridges App which both deliver to over 130 countries. In 2016 Selfridges was the first ever store to be awarded the title of Worlds Best Sustainability Campaign by a Department Store at the IGDS Global Department Store Summit, in-line with its focus on buying better and inspiring change. For an unprecedented three consecutive occasions in a row (2010, 2012 & 2014) Selfridges also won the coveted Best Department Store in the World award, underlining its place at the forefront of retail.
- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
Deputy Payroll Manager Full time, 35 hours per week Do you… Want the chance to use and grow your skills and knowledge while making a difference to society? Want to be part of a leading organisation which positively impacts on the lives of disabled people across the world? If so… Leonard Cheshire offers you the chance to become part of a great team! About the role Supporting the Payroll Manager, you will oversee the day-to-day supervision and development of the team in order to provide a customer-focussed payroll service for 6000+ employees in a HR shared services environment, ensuring that the monthly payroll is completed accurately to strict deadlines while meeting statutory and regulatory requirements, supporting managers and local administrators across, 150+ sites. Support in the timely statutory/year end provision whilst building great relationships with internal and external partners and HMRC providing payroll advice for managers at all levels and assisting in the development and improvement of internal processes and systems. To be successful in this role you will need: To be calm, positive, proactive, flexible, resilient and determined Experience of managing or supervising a payroll team In depth knowledge of statutory payroll requirements and experience of HMRC payroll returns Pensions knowledge and understanding Experience of developing and streamlining business processes To have strong people skills, both as a leader and in developing working relationships with others To have excellent communication and time management skills and strong problem-solving ability We offer a wide range of employee rewards and benefits including: Contributory company pension scheme with competitive life cover benefit Substantial and flexible annual leave, with the possible option to buy or sell (salary sacrifice) Access to cash health plan at very favourable rates Access to cycle-to-work benefits (salary sacrifice) Access to child-care vouchers (salary sacrifice) Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme. About us Leonard Cheshire is the leader in enriching the lives of disabled people. We are the largest disability non-profit organisation in the UK, with around 7,000 employees, and we support more than 20,000 disabled people across our global operations. We honour our past, drawing on our legacy to inspire us for the future. We are in the exciting process of transforming into a modern, relevant and sustainable organisation. Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. A satisfactory disclosures check is required for this post. Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once a suitable candidate has been appointed.
- Payroll & HR Manager, Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
To support the Centre Lead or Service Delivery Director in maximising the effectiveness and efficiency of the teams to provide a first class and quality Payroll service to customers. To ensure that team members are fully compliant with NGA policies and are up to date in their understanding of payroll legislation and law. To lead a Payroll Delivery Team focusing on clients for whom NGA provide an offshore service to. Responsibilities To QA payrolls prior to dispatch to clients To QA offshore processes to ensure fit for purpose, effective and efficient To work with onshore and offshore teams to ensure compliance of all checks, controls and processes Ensures payroll delivered to SLA schedules Allocates staff resources to complete Payroll Services to Customers Ensures all payroll procedures are documented and regularly updated Ensures all appropriate quality processes and procedures are adhered to Ensures all payroll reconciliation's are processed and agreed Identifies and implements improvements to the processes and procedures of the business Manages all resources to achieve the business objectives Escalate any business critical and major service delivery issues so Senior Management Team are aware of potential breaches of contract Regularly review service delivery to ensure the most cost effective route i.e. offshore to NHRi wherever possible Ensure Security of data is paramount and legislatively compliant Provide Technical Support Ensures system effectiveness and product knowledge is in line with current statutory and legislative requirements Fully utilize payroll system functionality to automate and bring efficiencies to the service Recommends and agrees ways in which systems and procedures can be improved to enhance business Coaches and advises team members, colleagues and customers by sharing technical knowledge and expertise Customer Liaison Manages projects with specific customers in order to establish their needs Documents and interprets data in order to develop documentation for use by the customer to standards Agrees and implements customer reporting requirements. Ensures customer satisfaction levels by constantly reviewing Provides information as requested by customers Requirements Previous experience in payroll and managing a team Experience of working in a customer service environment Knowledge of various payroll systems would be advantageous Experience of managing projects CIPP qualification or equivalent would be desirable
- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
The Payroll Team Leader is a Subject Matter Expert and the manager of a small team of Payroll administrators and Subject Matter Experts. The mission is to provide expert assistance in outsourced services. Duties include managing staff and escalated requests and inquiries requiring a significant level of subject matter expertise in an efficient and effective way, in line with the statement of services and the agreed service levels. Delivery Key responsibility: Works as the first point of contact in the delivery centres for Client HR Representative in a Managed Services delivery model: Handles and tracks incoming calls, e-mails, faxes Manages the escalation process Handles / Creates tickets in HR Workspace Categorizes and prioritizes queries, requests and issues Works as the first escalation level for Tier 1 agent in a Comprehensive Services delivery Model Responds to information or enquiry requests requiring a significant level of expertise: Responds to complex HR and labour legislation questions Analyses and solves client’s questions, problems and / or requests efficiently and effectively Produces and supplies regular and on-demand payroll reports and statistical information according to the agreed services (SoS) It would be good if you also have: HR expertise (Personnel Administration, payroll, …) Good analytical skills – to be able to break down a problem, situation or process into its component parts, to separate the main issues from side-issues, to understand the nature of parts and their relationship to one another. Gathering information and problem solving – look at existing issues and interact with others to find adequate solutions Good communicator and customer oriented - to be able to identify and understand the customer's needs. Results oriented – to be able to achieve targets aligned with business goals Well organized and planned, schedules time effectively and uses efficient work methods and tools Detail oriented, thorough and focused on all aspects of the job to ensure accuracy Teamwork – to be able to work with colleagues to achieve targets and objectives Ability to work under pressure, remains calm, objective and controlled in responding to urgent or demanding situations Maintains effective performance under pressure
- Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Specialist
- £30,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
Payroll Specialist – Guildford - £35,000 A leading firm of chartered accountants has an urgent requirement for a Payroll Specialist to join their growing department based in Guildford. This Payroll Specialist role requires applicants with previously experience of working within a client/bureau payroll environment. You will be responsible for your own portfolio of clients and therefore must have an understanding of the fast paced nature of work required. Applicants for this Payroll Specialist must be able to process all aspects of payroll from start to finish including year-end and have knowledge of completing all RTI submissions to HM Revenue & Customs.
- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
The Center of Excellence (COE) team is primarily focused on Payroll Management and as a Senior Payroll Management Associate within the COE your primary focus will be as part of the team responsible for the support and execution of the Payroll activities. It is expected, based on workload requirements and whilst maintaining a clear segregation of duties, that you will also gain valuable experience supporting Data Management (DMA) in the Customer Serviceteam. Using your expert knowledge in executing core payroll tasks, the key responsibilities of the role include: Responsible for the execution of routine transactional pre-payroll validation tasks as per the standard payroll service definition: Payroll Calendar, Trusted source list maintenance, Configuration Completeness, Data input review and Data entry completeness Responsible for the execution of routine transactional payroll tasks as per the standard payroll service definition: On-cycle process, Bank file creation, Tax and social ins. Reports, Payslip creation and GL creation Responsible for the completion of validation reports, error logs to closure and apply necessary controls Produce standard and client specific payroll reports Maintain a broad knowledge of NGA HR’s services: HR Administration, Talent Administration etc. Validation on the accuracy of data to resolve inconsistencies Answer day-to-day Payroll related questions and requests Participate in system and application upgrade testing as instructed by the Payroll Specialist or Payroll Manager: HRSP, EMR etc. Identify any deviation to Payroll Calendar and discuss with Payroll Specialist or Payroll Manager Update and/or maintain procedures and documentation about Payroll process as instructed by the Payroll Specialist or Payroll Manager Responsible for the execution of SOC1 Controls related to payroll Responsible for communication with client related to payroll outputs as instructed by the Payroll Specialist or Payroll Manager Validate impacts of changes made into the system for next payroll In addition, you will be encouraged to: Contribute ideas on ways to resolve problems to better serve the customer and/or improve productivity Participate in activities designed to improve customer satisfaction and business performance Skills and Experience 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 HR, we’re dedicated to our clients, and we operate as a single, global team striving for excellence and innovation in everything we do. Talk to NGA and discover what A World of Opportunity can mean for you. You have: BA/BS (preferably in accounting) or equivalent combination of education & experience Relevant experience administering Payroll or Health & Welfare/Benefits in an HR consulting, HR Outsourcing or Corporate environment. HRIS knowledge: Workday, SAP, or PeopleSoft knowledge preferred A very good understanding of external, client and internal compliance requirements Very good Excel, PowerPoint, and Word skills A very good understanding of how the available tools/systems enable the delivery of service excellence and the ability to use these tools and systems effectively and consistently An understanding of the scope of services and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that apply to own role The ability to follow NGA HR Customer Service standards The ability to demonstrate excellent customer service/support skills The ability to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills Reasonably proficient in English language It would be desirable if you also have: CIPP certification (or equivalent): training towards certification will be provided Willingness to rotate shifts, as needed The ability to collaborate and work in a team environment, as well as, work independently and make sound decisions Key Competencies and Description Be Accountable: Communicate effectively and generate the desired effect, understand responsibility of ones actions and have a positive sense of humour and outlook Solve Problems: Identify problems and escalate them, put forward creative ideas and understand changes and be adaptable Take Ownership: Seek clarity of role and understand individual and team objectives Be Client Centric: Meet the expectations of clients and understand the balance between external and internal clients Be Effective: Understand priorities and demonstrate your ability to set them individually, understand operational processes and know the NGA HR Way and values NGA Human Resources is a global leader in helping organizations make HR work better, by transforming their business-critical HR operations to deliver more effective and efficient people-critical services. We help our clients become better employers through smarter, more streamlined data architecture and business processes — to save money, manage employee life cycles and support globally connected agile organizations. This is how NGA makes HR work. What sets us apart is The NGA Advantage. It’s a combination of deep HR experience and insight, advanced technology platforms and applications and a global portfolio of flexible service delivery options. Our Values One Team: Ours is an interactive environment. We celebrate our diversity and recognize the strength of what we can achieve as a united team. Innovation: We are a creative and resourceful organization. We have a talent for looking at things differently and are passionate about bringing new ideas to life. Speed: Our energy and focus means that we always deliver quality, quickly and efficiently Responsibility: We can count on each other. We personally take responsibility for delivering on our promises. We trust our colleagues to do the same. Excellence: We are committed to excellence. Our internal and external customers are at the heart of everything we do and we strive to over-achieve.
- Payroll Supervisor
- £28,000 to £35,000 Per Annum
Payroll Supervisor - LondonAn international business services provider are seeking a Payroll Supervisor to join their team.Salary: £35,000The Role: Inputting payroll data via ADP Freedom on a monthly basis. Supervising a small team that will support with tasks. Working with the finance department to reconcile and submit end of year payments. Production of internal reports including gender pay gap reporting and turnover. General HR duties. If you feel you have what it takes to join an international firm and hit the ground running in an exciting and driven office, waste no time and apply today.
- 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 Supervisor
- £32,000 to £37,000 Per Annum
Payroll Supervisor - GuildfordA leading firm of chartered accountants are seeking an experienced Payroll Supervisor to join their team.Salary: £37,000 Key responsibilities Processing end to end client payroll in a busy team. Supervising a small team. Manage your own portfolio of complex clients. Statutory payments - Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc. Processing of Year End procedures. Provide 1st line support for payroll queries. Liaise with HMRC when required. Process Tax Code changes. Manual calculations. If you believe you have what it takes to join a growing firm of chartered accountants and look after a small team, waste no time and apply today.
- Payroll Supervisor
- £24,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
Payroll Supervisor - LeicesterSalary: £30,000A leading and innovative organisation are seeking an experienced payroll supervisor to join their team! Key responsibilities Processing end to end payroll in a busy team. Supervise and assist a small team, overlooking the department. Statutory payments - Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc. Processing of Year End procedures. Provide 1st line support for payroll queries. Liaise with HMRC when required. Process Tax Code changes. Manual calculations.
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