Payroll Officer

Posted 29 April 2024
Salary £30,000 - £35,000 (pro rata)
Job type Permanent
Discipline Finance Recruitment
Contact NameInnogen Brotherton

Job description

We are delighted to be representing a reputable organisation based in Birmingham City Centre, who are looking to appoint a new Payroll Officer on a five-month fixed term contract.

This will be a full-time position, with hybrid working (3 days home working), a salary up to £35,000 and 22 days annual leave, plus bank holidays.

Duties will include (but are not limited to):

  • Assisting with bringing 3 payrolls in house along with processing the end-to-end payroll for 8,000 in-house staff, on a monthly and weekly basis

  • Dealing with manual calculations and updating employee records as required

  • Processing statutory deductions, including SMP, SPP, SSP and SAP and starters and leavers, including P45s

  • Resolving queries via telephone and email

  • Managing general payroll administration tasks, including data entry and inputting timesheets

Experience required:

  • Experience in payroll

  • iTrent experience is preferred but not essential

Rewards and Benefits:

  • 5% employer pension contribution

  • 22 days annual leave plus bank holidays

  • Hybrid working arrangement (2 days per week in the office)

Working hours:

  • 37.5 hours per week

  • Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

Please note that you require recent experience to apply for this role.

James Andrews is acting as an employment agency and business in relation to this role.

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