Payroll Manager- Part Time

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More about the Role

The key objectives of the role are;

  • Standalone management of the end-to-end payroll for around 800 people
  • To manage and control the payroll ‘bolt on’ of our Natural HR system and identify any possible improvements to the system
  • Supervision of the Payroll Coordinator
  • To review monthly payroll data in the system – starters, leavers, contract amendments i.e. salary increases, change in hours, overtime, bonus etc
  • To calculate SMP, SPP, SSP and ShPP or SAP entitlements where necessary
  • Oversee the calculation and reconciliation of relevant tax, NI and statutory payments
  • Responsible for the timely and accurate completion of monthly payrolls ensuring the month end statutory return is reported by RTI and paid over to HMRC on a monthly basis before due dates (including pension return)
  • Prepare and manage the statutory year-end return to HMRC
  • Reconcile payroll prior to transmission and validate confirmed reports
  • Produce payslips and P45s
  • Management of benefits administration for our healthcare cash back scheme, death in benefit scheme, private medical scheme etc.
  • Establish a process to automate the production of P11ds
  • Management of pension administration for our provider; Legal & General
  • To ensure all payroll procedures are process mapped in the form of a payroll manual
  • Review and improve payroll procedures/policies to ensure full compliance and minimise risk
  • Manage and resolve queries (internally and externally)
  • Work with the HR and Finance team on the creation of MI reports and associated MI data analysis
  • Perform any other duties as required by the People Director or CFO. 
  •  About You 

  • Ideally, hold a recognised qualification in payroll and/or pensions (i.e. CIPP qualified) or equivalent experience of payroll management in a medium to large organisation
  • Working knowledge of HR/Payroll systems, legislation and best practices
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail; keen on control and audit
  • Professional, approachable with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines and achieve objectives under pressure
  • Highly analytical and methodical
  • Possess completer/finished tendencies and is solutions-focused when faced with issues
  • Excellent IT and numerical skills (including excel) 
  • Have what it takes? Well then get in touch. We look forward to receiving your application!