Payroll and Reward Administrator

2 days left

West Midlands
27000.00 - 30000.00 GBP Annual
27 Sep 2019
25 Oct 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Payroll and Reward Admin - Up to GBP30k

We are seeking an Payroll administrator to cover a 9 month FTC maternity role on a fulltime interim basis. This is a generalist role with responsibility for payroll and HR operations.


This role has responsibility for the following areas:

HR, payroll, compensation and benefits administration and recordkeeping
Conducting benefit orientations and other benefit training, as needed
Processes enrolments, changes, and terminations of participants in all benefit plans and programs
Reconciles monthly billing statements against payroll deductions
The administration and processes of recruiting employees
Advertises employee job openings first, internally and then, externally, in keeping with company recruitment policies. Manages the logistics of the recruiting process and activities
Schedules interviews for the hiring manager and UK HR Business Partner. Schedules additional interviews as needed
Manage the induction and onboarding administration
Prepares paperwork required for new hires, establishes personnel file adding their details to the HRIS and payroll
Manages contractual changes promptly, updating the HRIS and payroll
Processes leavers timely updating the HRIS and payroll
Gives guidance and administer the company's human resources processes e.g. family friendly, flexible working, retirement, exit interviews, training, etc.
Collates and validates monthly payroll transactions.
Takes ownership for the in-house processing of payroll through Sage system
Timely submission of accurate data to the Sage system within the agreed processing timetable.
Audit payroll outputs and resolve inaccuracies.
Supports the annual pay review process, providing data and administration delivery
Supporting the UK HR Business Partner in all aspects of HR support to the businessYou will have the following attributes

Experience of processing Payroll, iseally usiung Sage
A solid understaning of employee benefits and able to advise in this area
Excellent computer skills, including Word and Excel in a Microsoft Windows environment
General knowledge of various employment laws and practices
Experience in administration of benefits and other HR programs
Excellent interpersonal skills, customer service skills and a good telephone manner
Skills in database management and record keeping
Able to exhibit a high level of confidentiality
Excellent organisational skills
Must be able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner
Proven ability to prioritise and deliver to challenging deadlines
Practical first line employee relations experience, including the application of disciplinary and grievance procedures and absence management
Clean UK driving licence
CIPD or working towards

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