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- Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
- £38,000 to £43,500 Per Annum
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 Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
- £26,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
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 Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
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. Overall Role Purpose To lead the Shared Service Centre Delivery Team to provide an excellent quality service to our client. The role includes ensuring the business meets its agreed objectives in both service delivery and strategic growth To perform all duties in accordance with the company Health & Safety and Quality policy procedures There may be additional activities to perform from time to time in order to maximise the contribution to NGA HR’s goals and objectives Managing the Team and Individual • Contributes to achievement of Delivery Centres Objectives in line with Outsourcing Strategic Business objectives • Reviews Direct Report’s performances and hence the team’s to ensure effective and efficient delivery of service • Lead and motivate team to ensure KPI’s are exceeded • Conducts regular coaching and individual development activities and ensures succession planning is in place • Ensure attrition of trained effective employee’s is kept to a minimum. • Use effective performance management tools to address any individual under performance issues. • Manage the training plans for the department to ensure we are developing staff to meet both future career aspirations and organic growth in teams Managing the Business • Reviews the Team performance against Business Objectives. • Reviews the Team activities against SLA’s/KPI’s • Reviews current performance on a regular basis and gains feedback to ensure client satisfaction • Drive continuous improvement • Effectively manages Budget/P&L within agreed framework and annual forecast. • 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 • Compliance to statutory and internal audit requirements. • Mandatory attendance at peer group meetings Managing Client Service • Manage the service review process and attend meetings where relevant • Ensure service improvement plans are in place where issues have been identified and that plans are managed through to resolution • Manage retention of clients. • Ensure all staff are commercially aware and clients contracts are effectively financially managed • Drive improvements to client and internal processes to increase satisfaction levels • High level management of new client implementations to your SSC centre 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, 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. We offer: A large modern open plan working environment Excellent transport links to wider community Flexible benefits package which allows tailored benefits dependent upon circumstances Structured training and on-going personal development You have: Essential • Experience of managing complex and high volume teams • Previous knowledge of team objective setting • Experience of Performance Management • Business and financial awareness • Effective people management • Customer Care Experience • Presentation skills • Risk Management • Quality and Audit experience Desirable • HR/Payroll and SSC Experience • A working knowledge of Prince 2 Project Management methodology • CIPD / IPP qualifications • Previous experience in an outsourced or commercial service delivery environment Essential • PC Literacy – Word, Excel • Outlook Desirable • Microsoft Project • Excellent communication skills both written and orally • Can build relationships • Can make decision without guidance • A drive to learn and develop • Influencing / Negotiation skills Key Competencies Be Accountable Solve Problems Take Ownership Be Client Centric Be Effective NGA Human Resources is a market-leading, global, Human Resources services provider offering innovative HR business solutions through HR Technology, HR Outsourcing, and HR Consulting. NGA is uniquely positioned to help HR leaders realise the true value of workforce management. We combine a focus on customer value with many years of experience in HR consulting, HR outsourcing and HR technology. This is the core of our business and why we are recognised as a leader in the global HR solutions market. Our 8,500 employees are dedicated to delivering excellence through HR consulting, HR outsourcing and HR technology. As a recognised global HR services leader, we have offices in 35 countries on five continents, supporting customers in more than 100 countries. Over 1,000 ERP-based HR implementations globally 3,000 Large Enterprise customers 10,000 Small and Medium customers Over 20% of FORTUNE Global 500® companies serviced 40% of UK working population are paid by NGA Human Resources’ solutions totalling 54 million payslips produced per annum servicing 19 million UK workers Our Values One Team: Ours is an interactive environment. We celebrate our diversity and recognise the strength of what we can achieve as a united team. Innovation: We are a creative and resourceful organisation. 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. 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 Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Officer
Oxford Policy Management is seeking to recruit an experienced Payroll Manager to join our HR team initially for a 6-month fixed term contract. The role is based in Oxford and could be ideal for someone seeking some flexibility in working hours. Challenge OPM is a growing organisation that is looking to establish a more robust payroll function, ensuring payroll is done right - on time, the first time. This is an all-encompassing role where you will be bringing your experience, analysis and ideas into the business to create a high performing payroll function. You will be an experienced and highly effective payroll & service expert with a superior understanding of payroll practices. About the role The Payroll Manager is a standalone role, reporting into the HR Director and is a pivotal function of the HR Department. The activities of the Payroll Manager will include day-to-day payroll management, leading on process change and identifying an outsource provider. Regarding the UK payroll management, tasks will revolve around: Ensure timely and accurate payrolls are processed using knowledge of payroll, taxes, benefits, deductions and wage and hours laws and systems updated Ensure an efficient delivery of the monthly payroll for 250-300 UK employees Liaise with HRMC and benefits providers and reply to all payroll-related queries from employees The role is also responsible to deliver a new unified outsourced payroll solution, covering payroll in the UK and overseas by: Systems analysis and creating a list of requirements for new potential systems Investigating all current solutions and third party outsource providers that are best suited to OPM requirements Support the transition and implementation of the new system Train and mentor internal employee on best practice approach to payroll and systems Skills and requirements Demonstrable experience of working in a payroll function covering geographies including and outside the UK. Detailed knowledge and understanding of UK payroll-related legislation and statutory requirements, including PAYE and other deductions, and HMRC rules. Ability to communicate complex numerical information effectively at all levels. Excellent problem solving and analysis skills with the ability to investigate and diagnose issues, and make improvements. Effective relationship building and influencing skills, ability to establish good networks internally and externally, while maintaining confidentiality and always showing tact, sensitivity and support. Lead and initiate purposeful relationships across functions and teams to encourage partnership working. Previous experience of using Cascade Payroll and / or outsourced payroll providers an advantage. For more detailed information about the role please follow this link. This is a position based in our office in Oxford, UK and the start date is ASAP. There is scope for this role to be part-time for the right candidate. Please note that successful candidate will need full right to work in the UK by their start date. OPM offer a rewarding, interesting and collaborative work environment and excellent benefits including 30 days holiday entitlement and a good pension scheme. What’s it like working at OPM, and why should you join our growing global organisation? Watch this video to see what our colleagues have to say. To submit an application please fill out the form online and submit the requested documents. We cannot accept applications submitted via email. Thank you for considering OPM and we wish you all the best for your application.
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