Zero hour contract Mid April - Mid July 2019
Indicative hours 15-35 hours per week through contract term.
Police clearance required
Introduction: To ensure the effective delivery of transactional payroll services to a number of external clients.
- Providing a payroll function in relation to the lifecycle of an employee including creating/checking of new employees, variations to contract, payments, deductions and terminations
- Undertaking end-to-end processing of a payroll
- Ensuring all statutory and non-statutory deductions are made within current guidelines
- Accurately updating and maintaining payroll records
- Processing the payroll, producing gross to net payments, financial interfacing to accounts and production of BACS files
- Making payments for all statutory and non-statutory pay overs on a monthly basis, producing and balancing required reports
- Keeping up-to-date with current and changing legislation/policies
- Implementing pension legislation for a number of pension schemes ensuring correct pension percentages/deductions are maintained
The above accountabilities cannot define all of the tasks that may be required of the post holder
Skills and experience required:
- A knowledge of iTrent & Selima Payroll systems
- A high level of general education including Maths and English GCSE grade C or above, or equivalent
- Experience of working with, understanding and meeting the needs of customers
- Clear understanding and use of computerised administration and payroll systems
- Thorough knowledge of HMRC requirements with regard to tax, national insurance, and statutory deductions and payments
- Experience of working on/with pension schemes; completion of pension forms; monthly and annual returns
- Experience of working with other benefit schemes e.g. childcare vouchers
- Knowledge and experience of Auto Enrolment/Re-enrolment
- IT literate in Microsoft Office applications
- Understanding and proven ability to work to relevant procedures and policies
- Problem solving abilities and logical thinking
- Proven ability to remain resilient and optimistic in changing times
- Proven ability to meet deadlines, matching pace to the urgency of the situation
- Respectful of the sensitivity and confidentiality of service data and able to operate with integrity, using professional judgment at all time
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Closing date 9th May 2019 at 12 noon
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