Payroll Administrator

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
£23000 - £25000 per annum
12 Feb 2018
12 Mar 2018
Sebastian Hannelly
Contract type
Part time

Leading telecommunications business in the heart of Huntington, Looking for an experienced payroll specialist to join their team and help the business through a continued growth phase.

Client Details

Leading telecommunications business based in the heart of Huntington. Having recently moved into new state of the art offices, they have now become a vocal point for the local community and one of the best business to work for in the local area.


Payroll Administrator Responsibilities:

  • Act as first point of contact for all payroll matters.
  • Process and reviewing weekly and monthly payroll
  • Monitoring emails within the payroll inbox, answer to queries on a timely manner.
  • Preparation of payroll files and reconciliations autonomously, solve queries and issues in liaison with internal and external provider.
  • Administration for payroll documentation of new starters, leavers (P45), promotions, salary increases, bonuses, SSP and OSP, SMP. For example, preparing Bonus and new salary letters.
  • Manage the P11D process for all benefit in kind.
  • Maintain an up to date schedule of all employees currently on Maternity, Paternity, Long Term sickness.
  • Knowledge of statutory entitlement and qualification criteria.
  • Manage the electronic E-Payslip liaison with the external payroll company.
  • Manage the administration of the auto enrolment pension schemes including the reconciliation of employee and employer pension contributions.
  • Regular contact with Finance colleagues with regards to payroll reporting.
  • Understand NI, Income Tax calculations and Tax codes and pay adjustments.
  • Students loans, and Payroll obligations around P6's, P9's and SL1's and SL2's ,P32 and P35 information and schedule.
  • Assist the employee with general HMRC queries & help with the initial investigation of any issues.


Payroll Administrator requirements:

  • At least 2 years' experience in UK payroll.
  • National Payroll Certificate / Educated to degree level or equivalent.
  • To be aware of complex regulations in order to provide correct advice.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively and in a constructive manner with management, peers and co-workers.
  • IT Skills
  • MS Excel, pivot and formulas.
  • MS Word, mail-merge.

Job Offer

Leading business in the local area and a company that can offer excellent work life balance.

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