Our parent company Neville Trust, has a fantastic opportunity for a Payroll Coordinator to join our accounts team, based in Luton, working for our long established group of companies.
Role and Requirements
Reporting into the Group Financial Controller, the post holder will assist in accurate preparation, verification and administration of company payrolls. The successful candidate will be self-motivated, methodical, well organised and possess excellent communication skills with the ability to liaise with employees at all levels within the business.
The main duties and responsibilities of the position are to include:
Accurate calculation, implementation and checking of payrolls
Ensure that statutory regulations and legislations are compliant
Ensuring that all relevant information is processed in order to meet strict deadlines
Amend changes and adjustments within the system in regards to new starters, leavers, tax code changes, BIK etc
Reconciliation of weekly timesheets along with the input of overtime and other additional payments
Calculation of all NI and tax payments
Completing the auto enrolment procedure and payments to all other pension schemes
Ensure correct calculations or manipulations of maternity, paternity and adoption payments, CSA and court order deductions
Ensuring all necessary payments are made within the deadlines set, for example pension contributions and BACS salary payments
Provide comprehensive advice to employees in relation to payroll queries
Any additional ad hoc payroll and administration duties as needed
Experience and Attributes
The following skills and experiences are required:
Payroll experience processing detailed payrolls
High levels of accuracy and attention to detail
Excellent communication and organisation skills
Strong mathematical and literacy skills including a good working knowledge of Word and Excel
Knowledge of Pegasus Opera and/or Redsky would be useful but not essential
The successful applicant will be discreet, well presented, highly motivated, possess excellent organisational and communication skills, be willing to work within a fast-paced environment and within a close-knit team.
We offer a competitive rate of pay, plus benefits and training.
We are an equal opportunities employer and members of the equality register, COMMITTED2EQUALITY