Part-time Payroll Specialist

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  • Sector:

    Telecommunications, Utilities

  • Salary:

    Competitive salary

  • Published:

    5 months ago

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With over 40 years of experience, Hansen Technologies is a leading global provider of customer care, billing software and data management systems across 80 different countries with specialisations in the utilities and telecommunications industries. With 1500 people across 31 offices globally, our people bring a deep expertise, that drives innovation and ideas to ensure we deliver exceptional products and services.


The Role

Hansen’s finance team is looking for a qualified, Payroll Specialist. The candidate should bring extensive experience of processing UK Payroll and aspirations to get involved in International payrolls as a next step. You will be responsible for managing UK outsourced payroll, as well as getting involved in other EMEA outsourced payrolls as an International Payroll Trainee.  

The Payroll Specialist role is a permanent, part-time time position (3 days a week), within the Finance department, reporting to the Regional Payroll Manager EMEA and will involve working very closely with HR across EMEA.

The role will be based in our Teddington TW11 office, SW London, but will be initially remote based due to current COVID-19 guidelines.


Key Responsibilities

As a successful Payroll Specialist, you will be expected to competently:

  • Chase and collate all monthly payroll changes ready for input each month.

  • Maintaining and updating the payroll system to ensure monthly pay runs are accurate

  • Maintaining and updating the payroll system to ensure monthly pay runs are accurate

  • Calculating and applying any adjustments to normal pay and benefits payments.

  • Carrying out detailed checks to ensure accuracy.

  • PAYE and NI reconciliations

  • Completing pension administration

  • Producing reports and analysis

  • Process starters, leavers and other HR changes.

  • Processing manual payments, overtime and holidays when required.

  • Processing confidential data and applying updates

  • Ensuring the verification and validation of data.

  • Ensuring the correct application of statutory regulations in respect of data

  • Investigating and resolving queries via telephone and email

*You will also be involved in International Payroll – EMEA as Trainee and will work very closely with Regional Payroll Manager.


Key skills and experience

  • 3 to 5 years’ experience in UK payroll and general HR tasks for at least 100 staff.

  • Payroll related professional qualification or demonstrable training and technical knowledge.

  • Passion to learn and ability to adapt to change.

  • Experience of parental and sick leave calculations.

  • Experience of ADP or similar would be advantageous.

  • Team-player, approachable and good communicator

  • Experience gained within an international group

  • Ability for running monthly payroll independently.

  • Extensive Excel experience, advanced user including pivots and V look ups

  • Comfortable dealing with International Payroll partners located in overseas offices

  • Able to display sensitivity, discretion and integrity in dealing with confidential and sensitive matters concerning remuneration and benefits