Payroll Administrator

  • Location

    Chiswick, London

  • Sector:

    Accounting & Finance

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  • Salary:

    £24000 - £26000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Bethany Singer

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

Currently working with an FMCG client based in Chiswick, who are looking for a Payrol Administrator. Successful candidates will join the business to support the Payroll Manager in the preparation, input, review and sign off of weekly and monthly payroll information so as to ensure accurate and timely payroll production.

As a Payroll Administrator you will be responsible for:

  • Support in the maintenance of accurate and up to date payroll records
  • Assist in the production of various payrolls, covering all company's employees, including the input of data from various sources
  • Make adjustments for deductions covering all areas e.g. share save, court orders, parking fines
  • Log any special details including holiday, SSP and maternity / paternity
  • Process third party payments including court orders, GAYE, union membership
  • Ensure that requested variations to payroll are made i.e. starters, leavers, legislative changes
  • Calculate and process enhancements e.g. overtime, bonuses
  • Process NEST pension files for deductions
  • Check Fourth for errors and rectify if needed
  • Work to a strict deadline to ensure the processing of weekly and monthly payrolls
  • Prepare and distribute various reports
  • Provide assistance to former employees and provide links to pays lips as required
  • Complete various forms required by HMRC
  • Advise employees and management on payroll related matters
  • Review and resolve any individual queries to ensure they are answered, and anomalies dealt with at a first line level

As a Payroll Administrator you will need:

  • Must have payroll admin experience of a minimum of 2 years
  • Experience on Fourth People system highly advantageous but not essential
  • Must have good Excel skills and knowledge
  • Detailed knowledge and understanding of UK payroll-related legislation and statutory requirements, including PAYE and other deductions, and HMRC rules
  • Experience in the hospitality industry preferred

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