Payroll Administrator

Job Type:
Job Sector:
HR, Training
North West
Salary Description:
From £20,000 to £24,000 per annum
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Payroll Administrator – 12-month FTC This is your opportunity to work with one of the UK’s leading companies with multiple offices in the UK and various career paths to follow. You will be based within the Human Resources Department in their offices in Liverpool working with a team of people who share the same taste for success. Role Purpose & Responsibilities To work as part of the HR Connect Shared Service Team; responding promptly to HR and payroll related queries within agreed Service Level Agreements and deliver the highest standards of advice to line managers and employees. To provide efficient payroll and pension administration support to the Group Payroll Lead, ensuring a professional and compliant approach at all times · Be fully up to date and knowledgeable of all company policies and procedures in order to deliver the highest standard of proactive advice · Liaise with the Group Payroll Lead and HR Team Leader to ensure both weekly and monthly payroll information including time sheet and flexible benefit adjustments are submitted error free in a timely manner, and ‘right first time’ · Manage own and assigned HR Connect emails, responding to queries in a timely manner · Maintain electronic employee data, ensuring that it is accurate and up to date · Process new starters, secondments, leavers and changes to terms and conditions, including system changes and ensure relevant documentation is provided within the required time scales · Create interview and induction packs as required · Produce references and confirmation of employment letters · Support line managers with sickness absences including occupational health clinics for new starters and any employee referrals Person Specification · Practical experience of working within a HR/Payroll environment · Basic knowledge of employment legislation · The ability to prioritise effectively and work to tight deadlines in a fast paced environment · The ability to work under pressure with changing priorities · Effective diary management. Planning and organising · Advanced knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel · A minimum 5 GCSE/O Level or equivalent at grade C or above including Maths and English

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Contact: Kris Clare

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