Payroll Manager

Recruiter
FRS Ltd
Location
Buckingham
Salary
From £30,000 to £30,000 per annum
Posted
19 Jan 2018
Closes
22 Jan 2018
Sector
IT, Recruitment
Contract Type
Permanent
A Payroll Manager is required to process company payroll on a monthly or weekly basis, ensuring all information and records relating to payroll are up to date. The Payroll Manager must be pro-active, organised and efficient to successfully support the business. Additional finance or HR responsibilities may form part of the role, depending upon the business. Key responsibilities: •Process payroll as per company requirements •Monthly / weekly distribution of staff wages via BACS •Maintain payroll records •Ensure processes and procedures follow current regulations •Respond and resolve queries from employees and management relating to payroll •Calculate wages and deductions using the company’s payroll software •Regular usage of payroll systems, including data compilation and input •Liaison with HMRC •Develop the payroll function to ensure it continues to meet business needs •Calculate tax and NI commitments •Set up and process new employees •Issue tax forms to staff •Check hours and calculate overtime and holiday pay •Process relevant paperwork •Involvement with special situations such as maternity pay and sick pay •Administer accurate records for new starters and leavers •Pension information to be forwarded to the various pension companies and reconciled to payments collected via Direct Debit •Process Credit Card transaction and Staff Expense claims to make sure claims fall within the company expense policy •Mileage records to be checked and challenged as needed for those not having fuel as a benefit in kind •P11d processing, record staff benefit in kind throughout the year •Car / Van tracker analysis •Manage the information supplied to the employee portal, payslips, BIK etc. •Analyse and journal staff costs to contracts •Understand Court Orders and AOE The Ideal Candidate: •Previous payroll experience with strong up to date knowledge of legislation •Superb IT skills, including proficiency in data entry, Excel and Microsoft Office •Working knowledge of PAYE, SMP, SSP, NIC, Pensions and BIK •Focused and diligent, with excellent attention to detail •Demonstrable experience in a similar role •The candidate will need to be able to work well as part of a team and on their own initiative •You will be passionate and motivated with the ability to maintain a high level of service, communicating confidently and with clarity to people across the business This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/79328382

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