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HR Administrator - Preston -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £20,000 Per Annum
  • Preston
JOB TITLE: HR Shared Service Centre AdministratorClosing date: 27th June 2018 LOCATION: Preston, LancashireSALARY & BENEFITS: £18,500 per annum prorate.WORKING HOURS: Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:30. 3 month fixed term contract.THE COMPANY: Johnston Press are a leading media company within the UK with brands including The I, The Scotsman, Yorkshire Post, Sheffield Star, and Portsmouth News. Our digital audience is nationwide and we reach over 24m users a month across mobile, desktop and tablet.THE ROLE: We are currently looking to recruit an experienced HR Administrator to join our small and friendly team in Preston, Lancashire for a 3 month fixed term contract to support with an upcoming project. You will support our Head of HR in providing a comprehensive, professional and efficient HR administration service throughout a short HR project.THE CANDIDATE: The HR Administrator should have excellent administration skills and the ability to communicate effectively via telephone and in writing. This role will be fast paced at times, therefore candidates need to have the ability to organise and manage their workload effectively whilst liaising closely with the Head of HRSSC. Candidates should have previous HR experience and have worked previously within an administrative role. Previous HR experience and used to working in a fast paced environmentMust be able to demonstrate a good standard of literacy and numeracy (English and Maths GCSE or equivalent)Experience with mail merge is essential If you have the relevant experience and skills for this position then please hit "the apply" button now You will then be sent an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.
Digital Learning Creator - HR - London - Hays Talent Solutions
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £200 to £400 Per Day
  • London
Digital Learning Creator HR Location: Shoreditch, London Rate: £200 - £400 p/d (LTD/UMB) Contract: 3 months + Your new company A leading telecommunication service provider has a job requirement for a Digital Learning Creator within their Human Resources department to join their growing team in London. Your new job in London Based on a prestigious client site in London, you will support identification of learning topics that support business needs across the organisation and you will work with subject matter experts to understand the training needs, probing to extract the key learning objectives. You will provide the optimum learning structure for each topic to guide the subject matter expert in ensuring the learning content will be delivered in an impactful and dynamic fashion and be responsible for developing the content into a learning/training piece - eg video, podcast, animation, guide, classroom session. What you'll need to succeed The successful Digital Learning Creator within the Human Resources department based in London will have: Learning and development experience - able to develop learning content that delivers the learning goals Knowledge and experience of latest digital learning trends - evidence of creating dynamic, impactful learning Strong interpersonal skills Collaborative and team oriented What you'll get in return So what's in it for you? Well, you get the opportunity to work on a high profile project for a globally recognised Telecommunication service provider, on a generous rate. Furthermore, you can enhance your skills and be directly involved in a high profile project. What you need to do now If you feel this is something that you would be interested in, please apply and get in touch with our specialist recruiter Jack Butler. Hays Talent Solutions is a trading division of Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited and acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found on our website.
UK Payroll Lead - Scotland - 38K to 50K - London -
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
  • £38,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • London
UK Payroll Lead / Manager - Scotland - £38K to £50K + benefits   This is an exciting opportunity to genuinely join one of the worlds most renowned media companies in a role that will involve providing a comprehensive payroll service to the group to help support board-level decision making.  You will also be involved in integrating a new payroll system and for bringing the existing payroll back in-house from its current outsourced vendor.**FULL RELOCATION PACKAGES AVAILABLE**Based in HR, this role will also have full responsibility for the accurate management and processing of the company payroll operation from start to finish. Payroll Responsibilities will include managing the project to move from an outsourced payroll vendor to an in-house model Ensure that all relevant payroll deadlines are met as well as reconciling reports against payroll as well as ensuring that PAYE payments are processed in a timely manner to HMRC.  Additional responsibilities include managing the year-end process (P35, P60, P11D's etc as well as supporting finance with PSA reporting. Assist with the integration of a new Payroll system (workday) Act as the focal point AND "face of payroll" for all payroll related requirements, enquiries and reporting. Being the Payroll Lead, you will also be responsible for being the super-user for payroll systems, training and supporting team members and ensuring best practice. So if you have experience in managing the end-to-end payroll process and are looking for an exciting, yet challenging role within a fast-paced leading media firm then this could be the career opportunity you have been looking for.  Apply today by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
UK Payroll Lead - Scotland - 38K to 50K - Edinburgh -
  • Payroll Manager, Payroll Team Leader, Payroll Specialist
  • £38,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
  • Edinburgh
UK Payroll Lead / Manager - Scotland - £38K to £50K + benefits   This is an exciting opportunity to genuinely join one of the worlds most renowned media companies in a role that will involve providing a comprehensive payroll service to the group to help support board-level decision making.  You will also be involved in integrating a new payroll system and for bringing the existing payroll back in-house from its current outsourced vendor.**FULL RELOCATION PACKAGES AVAILABLE**Based in HR, this role will also have full responsibility for the accurate management and processing of the company payroll operation from start to finish. Payroll Responsibilities will include managing the project to move from an outsourced payroll vendor to an in-house model Ensure that all relevant payroll deadlines are met as well as reconciling reports against payroll as well as ensuring that PAYE payments are processed in a timely manner to HMRC.  Additional responsibilities include managing the year-end process (P35, P60, P11D's etc as well as supporting finance with PSA reporting. Assist with the integration of a new Payroll system (workday) Act as the focal point AND "face of payroll" for all payroll related requirements, enquiries and reporting. Being the Payroll Lead, you will also be responsible for being the super-user for payroll systems, training and supporting team members and ensuring best practice. So if you have experience in managing the end-to-end payroll process and are looking for an exciting, yet challenging role within a fast-paced leading media firm then this could be the career opportunity you have been looking for.  Apply today by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
HR Advisor - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ER and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitivePrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitive  Manage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
HR Advisor - London - Resource Solutions - Prudential
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £300 to £400 Per Day
  • London
Background and Purpose:The Prudential Group has recently announced its intention to de-merge, creating two separately listed entities. In preparation for this, the Group Head Office team is seeking to hire an interim HR Advisor who can provide additional support to the existing team and take day-to-day ownership of HR for Corporate Property, a Prudential function who provides professional services particularly related to property to support the Prudential business units' occupation of their property portfolios.Job Scope:The Interim HR Advisor will be primarily responsible for:Managing the employee life cycle for Corporate PropertyProviding additional support to the GHO HR team across its key projects, and in particular, ERPrincipal Accountabilities:Management of all employee relation issues including, guiding managers through processes in line with policy and procedures, attending meetings, drafting all relevant letters and communications, engaging with union representatives where appropriate and relevant, seeking advice from external employment law firm if requiredManagement of the Corporate Property performance management cycle, including designing and putting in place effective processes and procedures, tracking and monitoring progress and quality assuranceManagement of the Corporate Property reward cycle, including benchmarking and making recommendations on offers and pay increases, managing bonus recommendations and evaluating reward and recognition initiatives to ensure they support desired behaviours and remain market competitiveManage and develop the relationship with Unite, the recognised trade union across a range of issues include preparing and leading collective consultation and management of the annual pay negotiationProject management of multiple people change initiatives across Corporate PropertyCoaching and developing managers, providing advice in complex policy and legal areas to ensure that the organisation fulfils its responsibilities towards employeesCore Competences Required:Stakeholder relationship management skills, able to build effective working relationships across a wide range of levels and locations, internally and externallyExcellent organisational skills, able to prioritise and manage complex projects and programmes independentlyStrong employee relations experience including knowledge of TUPEStrong experience in managing relationship with unionsAbility to successfully work in a high activity, fast paced environmentAbility to handle confidential information and sensitive situations consideratelyAbility to facilitate conflict resolution and diplomatically diffuse situationsResilient and good problem solving skillsStrong knowledge of UK employment law
Expat Payroll Manager - Lancashire -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Lancashire
Payroll Manager - Manchester - ContractHere at EY we are looking for an experienced Payroll Manager to join our Global Services Team based out of our new central Manchester offices.You will be joining to offer support to the team as we move into a busy period and will be involved in all aspects of payroll management.Please note this is a 6 month contract role to be paid on a day rate basis.Your key responsibilitiesEnsuring that the payrolls are processed each pay period in a timely and accurate mannerAdvising on technical matter such as Termination payments, payrolling of benefits, statutory payments, Stock transactions, Apprenticeship LevyUnderstanding and advising team of how the technical payroll aspects relate to the payroll software in operationDeveloping and advising on bespoke financial reports such as general ledger reportsEnsuring Full Payment Submissions and Employer Payment Summaries are made to HMRC on a timely basisApproving BACS files for the payment of employeesEnsuring team compliance with the firms cash handling requirementsAuto- Enrolment complianceDeveloping KPI's for clients and ensuring that the team adhere to theseUndertaking in depth reviews of the work carried out by the assistant payroll advisors and payroll advisors prior to client deliveryUnderstanding and complying with of Quality and Risk requirements for professional service firmsPreparing payroll proposals from document preparation to delivery including attendance at oral presentationsDealing with the global team to coordinate payroll offerings and proposalsAttending client meetingsDeveloping additional services for payroll clientsTransition of new payroll clients and project plansDealing with client and employee queries in relation to payroll operations and ensuring that escalation procedures are in place.Managing team workloads and allocationsHMRC audit assistanceCounselling of staffPreparing fee and budget details.Ensuring that the team are achieving targets for internal finance purposesSkills and attributes for successOrganisedGood attention to detailAbility to anticipate potential issues/opportunities for the clientsTeam playerCulturally aware & able to interact with teams worldwideNumerical and logic skillsStrong communication skillsCustomer Service focusedTo qualify for the role you must haveGood understanding of payroll compliance including AE, RTI, Apprenticeship LevyFamiliar with payroll software is beneficial - StarGood IT skills including experience of working with excel documentsA high level of accuracy and attention to detailGood workload management skills and an ability to work to deadlinesExperience of managing a teamExperience of multiple and large client payroll processingPayroll project experiencePayroll qualifications - (CIPP)About EYAs a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we're using the finance products, expertise and systems we've developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we'll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.
Senior HR Administrator - North Lanarkshire - Project People
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • North Lanarkshire
Senior HR Administrator Glasgow (6 months)The Company:A well-known, customer focused and fast paced Telecoms company, who are going through an exciting period of change. They are currently seeking an experienced Senior HR Administrator to join the business on an interim basis, to support an ongoing internal change project. Responsibilities:Identifying needs by applying a range of listening and questioning skills and delivering consistent, quality advice and information. High volume administrative support, working with team to meet deadlinesInput data accurately and promptly across numerous people systems eg on Oracle (our HR database) ensuring compliance with data protectionProject support as required, responding quickly and effectively to requests from othersPerforms standard administrative data processing tasks (eg, materials requisitions, time and expense recording, etc.) for the principle.Arranges venues, equipment, catering, accommodation and travel for complex events involving multiple participants arriving from various locations.Responds to given priorities by determining own work schedule on a daily basis.Experience Required:Must have experience in managing a high volume workloadAbility to communicate at various levels across the organization providing a great customer service.Strong team working skills focusing on sharing best practice and supporting colleagues Accuracy and high attention to detailFlexible and open to changeOrganisation and prioritisation skillsCompetent administration skillsStrong MS Office skills Works cooperatively as part of a team and collaboratively with peers, internally and externally. Specifically, has positive expectations; for example, understanding the pressures and constraints on peers in their team and beyond.If you would like to be considered for this exciting opportunity, then please apply today with a copy of your most up to date CV for an immediate response. Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Reward & Performance Specialist- HR - AVP Level - - London - Alexander Ash Consulting Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £70,000 to £75,000 Per Annum
  • London
Reward & Performance Specialist- HR - AVP Level - London My client, a Global Bank looking for a Reward & Performance Specialist - HR AVP level-to join on a permanent basis. Overall purpose of this role is to supporting the design, engagement and roll-out of Group Reward strategic initiatives. The current book of work is very broad and includes technology, policy and frameworks re-design, process re-engineering and training. Strong project management is vital (the incumbent will have their own portfolio of projects to manage end to end) and have SME accountabilities and divisional relationships If the role does not seem suitable or the timing is wrong please do let me know if anyone else you know may be suitable/interested - I would of course be happy to pay a referral fee for anyone you recommend who secures the role Contact: (see below)
Project Support - HR/Talent - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Enablement Project Co-ordinator (Senior Associate - Level 2)THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED IN EITHER LONDON OR BRISTOLBackground:This position will provide the right candidate with a unique opportunity to enable culture change while supporting innovative Talent projects across EMEIA FSO. As part of Building a Better Working World, EY has aligned its Talent Strategy to new priorities and new culture change and engagement demands. If we are to achieve the ambition we have set ourselves for V2020, we will need people who are committed and motivated; we will need people prepared to 'go the extra mile', who are engaged. You will enable EY to make the world of work a better, more engaged, inclusive, flexible and ethical place for the benefit of all.The opportunityWork within the Talent function to:Support identification of, and shaping, cross Talent initiatives and projects aimed at continuously improving the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the Region Talent Team across processes, technology and operations, while strengthening the alignment of the Region to Area/Global.Support delivery of cross-functional projects which build organisational capability and changes ways of working within the business.Ownership of specific initiatives such as our EMEIA FSO Change Network and cross-Talent Knowledge Sharing.Your key responsibilitiesProject management:Provide effective project support and ensure project delivery on time/budget and to the required standardSupport the full project cycle throughout planning, mobilization, execution, monitoring, closingManage stakeholders to ensure they are engaged, informed and consulted as appropriate throughout the life cycle of the projectLead meetings and workshops for projects or initiatives as appropriateActively manage project risks and issues, recommend solutions to effectively overcome these and regularly report on projects status and progressDrive or support change and communication managementBuild and maintain capability in the teamProcess improvement:Identify continuous improvement opportunities across the talent team to work more effectively and efficiently within Region team and/or further leverage Talent Shared Services/GDS/RPAProduce and monitor HR operational dashboards (KPIs & metrics) to measure performance and uncover areas of improvementEngage with the required stakeholders (including the Business) to understand needs and opportunitiesWork with other delivery partners as required ie IT, Procurement, Legal and coordinate with Global HR Projects as required to ensure strategic alignment and avoid duplication of effortsSupport Merger & Acquisitions projects as required by the Business and/or support/align with Global HR Projects M&A TeamSupport organizational restructuring (including workforce reduction or restricting) within the RegionEMEIA FSO Change Network:Manage the EMEIA FSO Change Network (CN)Run meetings with steering group to gather initiatives for the next CN NewsletterDraft and signoff CN NewsletterHelp set up and run CN InitiativesMonitor attendanceCreate and provide presentations to keep stakeholders informedSuggest and implement plans to increase engagement in the CNCreatively come up with ways to engage and develop the networkKnowledge Sharing:Develop and implement plan for how to increase knowledge sharing in Talent, both internally within Talent and externally with the wider business and outside of EYProject manage this on an on-going basis through setting up activities such as Lunch and Learns and other knowledge sharing opportunitiesSkills and attributes for successGood project management skills, able to coordinate multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously and meet demanding time framesAbility to proactively identify continuous improvement opportunities, solve problems and drive to exceed expectationsGood communication skills and ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders across the organisationTo qualify for the role you must haveProject management experience working on multiple projectsKnowledge of change management and ability to execute change acting as a change agent.Familiarity with the culture and practice of professional services environments across European jurisdictionsIdeally, you'll alsoBe a good negotiator, with sensitive and values-orientated approachBe cognisant of risk but not inhibited by itHave an ability to cope with complexity & ambiguity and work cross organisational and geographical boundariesWhat we look forWe need people who can develop strong networks with other parts of the business, other projects and other colleagues to share good practiceValues-based perspective will be vital to enable us transform our organisation and enable people and processes to work in flow rather than against each other.What working at EY offersWe offer a competitive remuneration package where you'll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with FlexEY you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions. Plus, we offer:Support, coaching and feedback from some of the most engaging colleagues aroundOpportunities to develop new skills and progress your careerThe freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that's right for youEY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.About EYAs a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we're using the finance products, expertise and systems we've developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we'll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.Join us in building a better working world.Apply now.
HR Manager - Douglas -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Douglas
Our client is looking for a dynamic and experienced HR Manager to further strengthen its growing operations. The main offices are located in: Isle of Man, Philippines and Singapore. You will be part of a Global Team that focuses on retaining, acquiring and developing talent by supporting managers in creating engaged and passionate employees that use all their expertise in developing great products and services in a competitive business. Overview of the Role: Act as a single point of contact for the employees and managers Create an effective HR Strategy Oversee the continuous development and on-going review of HR policies and procedures to ensure they fit with overall business objectives and that they encourage and facilitate continuous improvement, development and progression of individuals and teams Develop terms and conditions of employment to enable effective recruitment and retention of employees Responsible for managing recruitment process Analyse trends and metrics in collaboration with other HR team members to develop solutions, programs and policies Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance Responsible for following up on the termination process for employees who resign, including carrying out exit interviews and compiling reports and feedback Provide support & coaching to team members when required Ensure that the relocation of staff runs smoothly Deliver bonus payment performance management Responsible for managing and following up on specific projects within the HR department Maintain employee information and HR data Run HR projects as requested Skills, Knowledge & Expertise Minimum five (5) years' experience in an HR Management based role - (e-gaming sector experience would be considered desirable) HR related qualification Have the ability to understand a multi-cultural business model Demonstrated competence in the various HR functional areas: recruitment, compensation, employee relations, leadership, labour law, employer branding and organisational development Strong analytical and critical thinking skills Exceptional organizational and communication skills is required together with proven leadership capabilities and solid knowledge of employment legislation and its application Project management experience Positive attitude Able to prioritise deadlines and multi-task Ability to work under pressure and with tight deadlines Enjoy working in a fast paced, changing environment Self-motivated and able to work autonomously or as part of a team
SAP HR Finnish Payroll Consultant - Helsinki - Modis
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Helsinki
Our client needs an SAP HR Finnish Payroll Consultant for an 8 month full time project + possible extension.The suitable consultant will be require to assist with a major rollout of SAP HR PY and must be an expert in localisation and configuration of Finnish Payroll.The suitable consultant will also need to be a fluent Finnish speaker and will also needs to have experience in multiple implementations of Finnish HR PY to be considered.Our client is able to interview and offer immediately too.Modis International Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Modis International Ltd UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Modis. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information
HR Business Partner - London - ReThink Recruitment
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £55,000 to £60,000 Per Annum
  • London
HR Business Partner- Telco- London- £55,000-£60,000An exciting new role within a Telco provider based in LondonYou will be the first point of contact to the management team to provide full HR generalist support as an HR Business Partner, ensure the company adheres to all relevant employment legislation, group policies and processes, reinforce standards and ensure that the "basics" are right (legal compliance, HR data integrity).In addition, the role will support international projects such as best practice alignment between local entities.The role is operational in focus, with a blend of employee relations, generalist HR support, project implementation and business partnership at a middle management level as well as strategic in the support of the International company development.To be successful within this role you will need to have skills in the following areasProven experience in delivering a full range of Operational HR generalist activities - disciplinary, grievance, absence, capability issues.Experience of working within HR internationally (cross border Matrix teams)Experienced working at all levels, demonstrating strong relationship building skills.Accurate and timely reporting and strong attention to detail.Conveys information clearly and accurately, and influences others to gain commitmentUniversity EducatedCIPD qualified (or currently undertaking a qualification)European Languages highly desirable (German, French, Spanish, Dutch or Danish)Please apply to be considered for the role
Part Time Payroll Assistant (24 Hrs A Week) - Witney - Project People
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Witney
Applicants would be expected to work longer hours during USA payroll workloads, hours on the following weeks can then be reduced to balance this out.Applicants MUST have some knowledge of USA payroll processes as well as UK.Role Purpose:To ensure all staff payments are made accurately, promptly and in line with UK and US Legislation. To enable staff, budget holders and managers to access funds appropriately.Key Responsibilities: To understand and apply UK and US Payroll and legislation.Deal with day to day payroll tasks.Resolve wide-ranging problems and queries quickly and efficientlyProvide support, advice and training to staff across at all levels.Ability to make payments to staff via various payment meContribute to identifying and implementing changes to processes and procedures.To be able work collaboratively within the team to ensure effective information sharingWork accurately to a high standard in a time pressured environmentResponsible for the day-to-day operation of an agreed area within the Payroll teamPlanning to meet departmental and organisational deadlines and being flexible in responding to the needs of the businessProvide a high level of customer servicePro-actively communicate with internal and external bodies as requiredTo liaise with the software/service providers to assist in resolving issues and enhancing softwareTo complete control and bank reconciliations and resolve day-to-day finance queriesTo document tasks and procedures as requiredContribute to the development of improvements and new procedures, identifying potential improvementsProvide support and training to users, to budget holders and managers at all levelsProvide back up and support across the team and departmentTo support the Group Payroll Manager with any tasks as requiredSkills RequiredDemonstrated payroll experience and knowledge Ability to interpret awards and legislation Understanding of payroll legislation and processes ie tax, national insurance Knowledge of US payroll processesTeam player with excellent interpersonal skills Good planning and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines Able to demonstrate initiative and flexibility Excellent IT skills, including specialist softwareKnowledge of systems report writing (desirable) Excellent communication skillsNumerate and attention to detail Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
UK Senior Payroll Specialist  - Cheltenham - iiPay
  • Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Specialist, Payroll Executive
  • Competitive
  • Cheltenham
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
Project Co-ordinator (HR/Talent) - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
HR Enablement Project Co-ordinator (Senior Associate - Level 2)THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED IN EITHER LONDON OR BRISTOLBackground:This position will provide the right candidate with a unique opportunity to enable culture change while supporting innovative Talent projects across EMEIA FSO. As part of Building a Better Working World, EY has aligned its Talent Strategy to new priorities and new culture change and engagement demands. If we are to achieve the ambition we have set ourselves for V2020, we will need people who are committed and motivated; we will need people prepared to 'go the extra mile', who are engaged. You will enable EY to make the world of work a better, more engaged, inclusive, flexible and ethical place for the benefit of all.The opportunityWork within the Talent function to:Support identification of, and shaping, cross Talent initiatives and projects aimed at continuously improving the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the Region Talent Team across processes, technology and operations, while strengthening the alignment of the Region to Area/Global.Support delivery of cross-functional projects which build organisational capability and changes ways of working within the business.Ownership of specific initiatives such as our EMEIA FSO Change Network and cross-Talent Knowledge Sharing.Your key responsibilitiesProject management:Provide effective project support and ensure project delivery on time/budget and to the required standardSupport the full project cycle throughout planning, mobilization, execution, monitoring, closingManage stakeholders to ensure they are engaged, informed and consulted as appropriate throughout the life cycle of the projectLead meetings and workshops for projects or initiatives as appropriateActively manage project risks and issues, recommend solutions to effectively overcome these and regularly report on projects status and progressDrive or support change and communication managementBuild and maintain capability in the teamProcess improvement:Identify continuous improvement opportunities across the talent team to work more effectively and efficiently within Region team and/or further leverage Talent Shared Services/GDS/RPAProduce and monitor HR operational dashboards (KPIs & metrics) to measure performance and uncover areas of improvementEngage with the required stakeholders (including the Business) to understand needs and opportunitiesWork with other delivery partners as required ie IT, Procurement, Legal and coordinate with Global HR Projects as required to ensure strategic alignment and avoid duplication of effortsSupport Merger & Acquisitions projects as required by the Business and/or support/align with Global HR Projects M&A TeamSupport organizational restructuring (including workforce reduction or restricting) within the RegionEMEIA FSO Change Network:Manage the EMEIA FSO Change Network (CN)Run meetings with steering group to gather initiatives for the next CN NewsletterDraft and signoff CN NewsletterHelp set up and run CN InitiativesMonitor attendanceCreate and provide presentations to keep stakeholders informedSuggest and implement plans to increase engagement in the CNCreatively come up with ways to engage and develop the networkKnowledge Sharing:Develop and implement plan for how to increase knowledge sharing in Talent, both internally within Talent and externally with the wider business and outside of EYProject manage this on an on-going basis through setting up activities such as Lunch and Learns and other knowledge sharing opportunitiesSkills and attributes for successGood project management skills, able to coordinate multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously and meet demanding time framesAbility to proactively identify continuous improvement opportunities, solve problems and drive to exceed expectationsGood communication skills and ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders across the organisationTo qualify for the role you must haveProject management experience working on multiple projectsKnowledge of change management and ability to execute change acting as a change agent.Familiarity with the culture and practice of professional services environments across European jurisdictionsIdeally, you'll alsoBe a good negotiator, with sensitive and values-orientated approachBe cognisant of risk but not inhibited by itHave an ability to cope with complexity & ambiguity and work cross organisational and geographical boundariesWhat we look forWe need people who can develop strong networks with other parts of the business, other projects and other colleagues to share good practiceValues-based perspective will be vital to enable us transform our organisation and enable people and processes to work in flow rather than against each other.What working at EY offersWe offer a competitive remuneration package where you'll be rewarded for your individual and team performance. Our comprehensive Total Rewards package includes support for flexible working and career development, and with FlexEY you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions. Plus, we offer:Support, coaching and feedback from some of the most engaging colleagues aroundOpportunities to develop new skills and progress your careerThe freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that's right for youEY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.About EYAs a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, we're using the finance products, expertise and systems we've developed to build a better working world. That starts with a culture that believes in giving you the training, opportunities and creative freedom to make things better. Whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime. And with a commitment to hiring and developing the most passionate people, we'll make our ambition to be the best employer by 2020 a reality.If you can confidently demonstrate that you meet the criteria above, please contact us as soon as possible.Join us in building a better working world.Apply now.
HR and Operational Development Manager - Somerset - Experis IT
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £250 to £300 Per Day
  • Somerset
Human Resources - HR - NHS - Budget Management - Prince 2 - Microsoft Project - Employment Law - Agenda for changeHuman Resources & Organisational Development Manager with NHS, budget management, employment law and agenda for change experience needed for a 3 month contract role in the Bristol area.£270 - £320 per day (within ir35)Bristol3 Month ContractThe role is for a NHS organisation in the Bristol area that are looking at a rapid expansion within most areas of the business and due to this they require a contractor. For this role you will need professional knowledge acquired to degree level or equivalent HR and Organisational Development experience and specialist knowledge, significant experience of successfully operating in a politically sensitive environment, proven knowledge and understanding of employment law and/or Agenda for Change, evidence of continued professional development, demonstrated experience of co-ordinating projects in complex and challenging environments, experience of managing risks and reporting, experience of drafting briefing papers and correspondence at Senior level, experience of managing budgets and business planning processes, understanding of the public sector and a comprehensive knowledge of project principles, techniques and tools, such as Prince 2 Foundation and Microsoft Project.Essential Experience:Professional knowledge acquired to degree level or equivalent HR and Organisational Development experience and specialist knowledge.Proven knowledge and understanding of employment law and/or Agenda for ChangeEvidence of continued professional developmentDemonstrated experience of co-ordinating projects in complex and challenging environmentsExperience of managing risks and reportingExperience of drafting briefing papers and correspondence at Senior levelExperience of managing budgets and business planning processesComprehensive knowledge of project principles, techniques and tools, such as Prince 2 Foundation and Microsoft ProjectIf you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience please send your CV or call Jonny Dent at Experis.IT Manager - NHS - Risks - Reporting - Prince2 - Public Sector - Drafting - Business Planning - Professional Development - Infrastructure
SAP HCM Payroll Consultant - Paris, France. Start: - Paris - Eursap Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Paris
SAP HCM Payroll Consultant - Paris, France. Start: 6th August 2018 +/-. Permanent Job. Competitive Market Salary + Benefits Our client in Paris, France, an international market leading Consulting company, is looking to expand their team and currently has need to hire and SAP HCM Payroll Consultant. Profile:* Minimum 3 years of SAP HCM/HR implementation experience* Good experience with SAP HCM Payroll* You have a sense of customer service, know how to combine dynamism, rigor, ability to listen and analyze* You have the team spirit and a strong learning ability* You are mobile geographically* Good communication skills in both French and English Your responsibilities will include:* Make the link between key-users and solution consultants* Advise and support key-users* Responsible for the solution, the result provided to the user and deadlines* Analyze and set priorities on user requests* Analyze key-user questions related to SAP Human Resources tools (advise on good practices, evolution needs and issues)* Check and test all tools before putting them into production* Ensure solution is achieved from request to completion* Escalate (if necessary) the user request to the appropriate provider and follow up Opportunity:You will have the opportunity to work with major French and international organisations in the context of integration or large-scale maintenance projects. Your activities will revolve around the implementation of SAP HR and thus you'll have the chance to intervene in the project stages: analysis of the need, drafting of the specifications, settings, tests and user training etc. Our client will provide you the platform to develop your SAP HR skill set through their exciting projects; learning methods of work oriented towards excellence and customer satisfaction.
Payroll Business Analyst - Brighton - Brighton -
  • Payroll Software Developer
  • Competitive
  • Brighton
Payroll Business Analyst - BrightonThis is a new Payroll Business Analyst opportunity for someone with experience in working with clients and stakeholders to create and maintain software development artefacts such as requirements documentation, use cases, test cases, data flow diagrams, UI wireframes, and internal support documentation etc.This position would suit an experienced business analyst with previous experience of working in a  business analyst role delivering software requirements, project management or managing product development (ideally with payroll or similarly related products/systems)So if you are seeking a new business analyst opportunity and if you possess the strong problem solving and analytical skills we are looking for - we want to hear from you!Apply now by sending your CV to us ASAP to be considered.
Corporate - Human Resources | Global Mobility - London -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
About FTI Consulting: FTI Consulting is a global business advisory firm, dedicated to helping organisations navigate and manage a diverse range of complex issues and business challenges. Our expertise covers the spectrum of Corporate Finance & Restructuring, Economic Consulting, Forensic & Litigation Consulting, Strategic Communications and Technology. We are a company of more than 4,600 professionals with annual revenues in excess of $1.8 billion, with offices located in every major business centre in the world. Our professionals are some of the most experienced leaders in their fields, and advise across a range of industries. Our clients engage us for high-stakes concerns or emerging opportunities that require specialised expertise, and over the past two decades we have been engaged to work behind the headlines on some of the biggest news stories to date. FTI Consulting is a fast growing and vibrant place to work. Steered by our values of Integrity, Creativity, Achievement, Empathy and Respect, its meritocratic culture invites both collaboration and healthy debate. We are large enough to be trusted by our clients to solve their biggest issues and yet small enough to know our colleagues on a personal level enabling better team working and a supportive culture to develop your career goals and ambitions. About Human Resources: The HR Team in London currently consists of 13 team members working across all 5 practice areas for the whole of the EMEA region on the full remit of HR activities including onboarding, policy and reward, HR systems, training and development, employee relations and HR operations. This team works closely with FTI's HR colleagues in the North America, Asia and Latin American regions. About the Role: We are very excited to expand FTI's Global Mobility function by adding an additional resource in the EMEA region to enable it to deliver a world class service to its internal clients around the globe. This position will report to FTI's Global Mobility Director and EMEA's Human Resources Director and will operate as the regional subject matter expert, supporting local HRBPs, leadership, and other internal stakeholders in all activities involved in the cross-border movement of our employees and their families. Key Responsibilities: In addition to assisting in non-EMEA touching cases, the primary focus will be to oversee all aspects of the global mobility lifecycle for all EMEA -touching global mobility cases from initiation to case completion; including immigration, tax, relocation, payroll, expense reimbursements, assignment expiration tracking, repatriation and all other areas of risk and compliance; Primary Duties:* Responsibilities will include EMEA touching immigration/work authorisations; compensation alignment; payroll delivery; cross jurisdictional tax reporting, remittance and preparation issues; benefit and social insurance scheme issues; and physical relocation assistance. This position will work closely with HRBP's across home and host regions to ensure alignment to current policies and processes.* Planning and resolution of complex immigration issues* Serve as the central point of contact and regional specialist to provide guidance to HRBP's and other internal stakeholders for all matters related to Global Mobility and Immigration for all EMEA touching cases and as needed for APAC specific cases;* Consult with assignees and work closely with the relevant HR contact, coaches, project managers and office managers* Serve as first line of contact for time sensitive issue resolution in EMEA and APAC, working closely with other members of the Global Mobility team to provide comprehensive support, consultative expertise and policy and process compliance guidance to regional HRBPs, employees and other internal stakeholders;* Stay up-to-date on all regulatory and legislative changes and ensure overall compliance with local immigration and tax laws, consulting with internal stakeholders and external vendors as needed.* Stay up to date with implications of Brexit and manage the change and compliance processes that will inevitably be required as guidelines are released and the implications for both EU and non-EU nationals in EMEA offices and work assignments* Manage and ensure FTI's UK Sponsorship license is maintained* Assist with global immigration program management, including coordination of work authorisation for intracompany transfers, expiration tracking and renewal management, periodic review of right-to-work compliance, and strategic long-term immigration planning;* Provide resolution of requests outside of policy guidelines for EMEA region; make appropriate recommendations to, and collaborate with, other members of FTI's Global Mobility team on complex cases where necessary;* Build and develop relationships with service providers for immigration, relocation, and tax, to ensure outstanding customer service, policy compliance, and data integrity. Serve as primary point of contact for all EMEA-based Global Mobility vendors;* Liaise with employees, Travel Manager, Payroll teams, and other internal stakeholders to monitor business traveller activity and ensure compliance within the region;* Liaise with regional payroll managers to ensure proper alignment of compensation paid with services performed for all EMEA and APAC Global Mobility cases;* Assist in the compensation data collection process for all current mobility cases and report data to various country payroll managers;* Work closely with other members of the Global Mobility team to report and analyse mobility data to better identify global mobility trends, employee engagement issues, and other opportunities to improve program management;* Work with other members of the Global Mobility team to continue to grow the function, educate the business on risk mitigation and compliance, and provide subject matter expertise in the area of global mobility and immigration to internal stakeholders in the EMEA region.Education and Qualifications:* Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent;* CIPD qualified or equivalent qualification;* Significant experience in Global Mobility role or a related role within a Professional Services Firm;* Demonstrated knowledge of global mobility services in the EMEA region, including but not limited to immigration, tax and relocation.* Knowledge of global mobility services in APAC region beneficialPreferred Skills:* Excellent knowledge of immigration legislation in multiple jurisdictions across EMEA* Excellent knowledge of and conversant in expatriate tax (including tax equalisation), national insurance/social insurance issues associated with international transfers and immigration compliance principles and legislation;* Strong communication and customer service with a focus on empathy and cultural adaptivity;* Demonstrated project management and vendor management skills;* Good understanding of expatriate payroll requirements across EMEA* Strong global mind-set with experience working in a global organisation;* Proactive planning, execution, and multi-tasking skills with demonstrated ability to operate in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment;* Superior attention to detail;* Ability to collaborate with and influence people at all levels;* Advanced knowledge of Excel and demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office suite.* Experience working in Peoplesoft is a plus.FTI Consulting is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, protected veteran status, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, or any other basis protected by law, ordinance, or regulation. #LI-AJ1
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