Suitable for: Payroll Manager or Payroll Team Leader / Senior Payroll Administrator / Payroll Supervisor
Location: Wetherby, West Yorkshire
Salary: Up to £30k
Our client is a privately-owned company specialising in payroll services nationwide. Due to continued success, they are looking to recruit a Payroll Manager where you will be required to manage, direct, control and process the company’s payroll and all other payroll related duties together with managing a small team of Payroll Administrators.
This role is a full time, permanent role with a 40-hour working week.
EXPERIENCE / ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a payroll position such as Payroll Manager, Payroll Supervisor, Payroll Team Leader
- Team management experience (small team of around 5)
- End to end payroll processing experience
- Strong Microsoft Excel skills
- Flexible and adaptable approach to work with the ability to multi-task
- Excellent attention to detail
- Highly numerate
- Ability to work to very tight deadlines
- Good communicator and personable
- Process driven
JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES
As Payroll Manager, your role will include, but not be limited to the following –
- Co-ordination and management of entire payroll function.
- Manage and supervise all other members of the payroll team.
- Assist with administering payrolls as required.
- Projects as required, ie. continual improvement and standardisation of payroll operations and systems and reduction of errors and inaccuracies
- Reporting, processing and compilation of all payroll reports/rebate summary and any other specific payroll data required.
- Processing of all other invoices that support the payroll function.
- Calculation and payment of additional ad hoc payments/SSP etc.
- Liaison with clients and workers regarding pay enquiries/queries and effective resolution of any issues.
- Manage and oversee the reconciliation of invoices/payments in where necessary and assist with recording and chasing any outstanding invoices.
- Completion and filing of weekly, monthly and yearly reports.
- Updating and maintaining payroll records/holiday/personnel files.
- Ensuring adequate staff levels to cover for absences and peaks in workload.
- Carrying out staff appraisals, managing performance and disciplining staff.
- Delegating work to staff and managing their workload and output.
- Ensure all telephone calls are answered in a polite and professional manner.
- Adhere to the requirements of the Data Protection Act at all times.
- Attend weekly management meetings as required. Raise and discuss all relevant topics affecting the business and communicate any action points generated as a result of the meeting with the team, for completion by the next meeting.
- Identify training needs throughout the department and the means to fulfil them.
- Provide coaching and on the job training.
- Create an environment which promotes employee morale and encourages the team to have high levels of productivity.
- Assist in the recruitment of new members of the team which should be carried out effectively and in accordance with company procedures, best practice and legal requirements.
- Ensure all policies and procedures, and employment law are observed at all times.
To apply: Please follow the online application process and upload your CV, in Word format
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