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Payroll Administrator

Finance, Accounting and Banking
£13.77 - £15.33 Per Hour
Date Posted:
09 Jan 2019
Vacancy Type:
Job Description
 Payroll Administrator


£13.77 - £15.33 Per Hour

Our client, a leading utilities operator located in Crawley, is currently looking to recruit a Payroll Administrator on a 12-month contract.

You will be working Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:30pm. This role will be paying an hourly rate of between £13.77 and £15.33 an hour.

As the Payroll Administrator you will ensure that the companies payroll is processed in a timely and accurate manner, whilst complying with policies and all statutory requirements.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain employee payroll database implementing authorised payroll related changes.
  • Process new payroll employees start details after the hiring process has taken place within HR Services and complete the payroll record.
  • Process the staff and pensioner payrolls which generate the payroll, costing and BACS files in line with the payroll timetable.
  • Process statutory deductions including PAYE, National Insurance and Court Orders.
  • Review payroll error log, exceptions and audit reports to ensure a compliant and accurate payroll.
  • Process company car and all associated benefits data connected to the P11D annual return.
  • Reconcile monthly journals, third party payments and reconcile P35, P14’s to PAYE for HMRC year end.
  • Answer enquiries via telephone and written correspondence in a timely professional manner.
  • E-filing incoming / outgoing and end of year transactions to be run in line with statutory timescales.

Person Specification:

  • Knowledge and experience of operating SAP payroll procedures and best practice including, but not limited to, PAYE, GAYE, SSP, SMP, SPP, SAP, director’s payments and expatriate payments, manual calculations of gross and net pay, pension schemes, NI, court orders, student loans, CSA orders and occupational sick and maternity pay.
  • Knowledge of payroll and company procedures and agreements.
  • Studying towards IPP or other payroll qualification or equivalent experience.
  • Ability to use MS Excel and MS Word to intermediate level.
  • Ability to communicate complex payroll matters clearly - both verbally and in writing with employees, team members and managers to ensure that service expectations are met.

About Morgan Jones:

This role is being handled by Morgan Jones Recruitment & HR Consultants. We have been established as a quality recruitment business for over 18 years with a reputation for fair and equal representation. 

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