Payroll Manager part time Contract Role - 10 months

Part time payroll manager required

A variety of soft skills and experience may be required for the following role - please ensure you check the overview below carefully.
- Public Sector Kings Lynn Payroll Manager 25 hours per week on average, full year, Maternity cover Scale G &163;16,879
- &163;18,270 Available ASAP/Easter 2021 To manage the payroll service in order to deliver an efficient and effective service to over 850 Trust staff.

To support the Chief Finance Officer and Head of Human Resources to deliver operational objectives linked to payroll.

Role Purpose To advise the management team, staff and line managers on issues of pay, tax, national insurance, pension and other voluntary deductions.

This involves interpreting legislation and regulations to ensure correct advice is given.

To research, identify and communicate the potential payroll implications to senior management of existing and proposed legislation.

Manage the payroll input to payroll systems development, to continually review processes and working practices to ensure that the Trust maintains an up to date, effective payroll service whilst protecting payroll integrity and security.

To undertake monthly payroll and pensions audit and authorisation, prior to payment, whilst working closely with both the finance and HR teams.

Manage projects relating to own area of work, anticipate the implications of new regulations/ legislation and to determine the most appropriate method of implementing changes.

To ensure service provision is professional and consistent when advising HR colleagues, managers and staff on resolution of problems in their operational areas.

To contribute to the development of policies and procedures to ensure integrity and security of payroll.

In conjunction with the Chief Finance Officer and Head of HR ensure the best use of resources to ensure the efficient running of payroll, whilst utilising and improving procedures to ensure the integrity of payroll is not compromised.

Ensure that the development needs of staff are identified and met, excellent communication with staff at all levels to convey complex payroll matters is required.

Liaise with senior staff to discuss policy issues, and liaise with external organisations on payroll policy and regulatory matters.

Resolve staff problems on matters such as HM Revenues and Customs, pensions and queries with Department of Works and Pensions.

Liaise with Orovia system software provider on payroll system issues.

Contact with internal and external auditors in relation to payroll integrity will be necessary.

Skills & Experience Level 2 (GCSE A-C) or equivalent in English and Maths Relevant payroll qualification (or equivalent experience) at Level 3 or above Management/leadership qualification Proven experience of managing payroll, preferably within the public sector Significant understanding of compliance and statutory responsibilities within the academy sector Proven experience of liaison with key external stakeholders HMRC, DWP, Teachers' Pension, Local Government Pension providers Proven track record of implementing change and improvements in service delivery.

The successful applicant will be subject to employment checks, including and enhanced DBS check with children's barred list.

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