Payroll Coordinator – £35,000 – Hybrid – Rugby
Payroll Coordinator – Hybrid 3 days in office – Rugby - £30,000 - £35,000 pro rata + benefits
An internationally renowned manufacturer and distribution business based in Rugby requires a permanent Payroll professional to coordinate and process their monthly payroll. There is an option for this Payroll Coordinator role to be worked on a part time basis across 25 hours but spread across the 5 days. Obviously the hybrid 3 days in the office remains (Monday & Tuesday plus one other in the office). Both full time and part time will be considered.
This person will work in conjunction with a third party payroll provider but will solely collate and coordinate the process for circa 500+ employees; ensuring accurate data is supplied to said third party with timely effect.
To be suitable for this Payroll Coordinator role you will have the following experience:
- Experience in payroll processing, payroll administration and working with an outsourced provider
- Experience in using payroll software and systems
- Ability to identify and resolve payroll-related issues
- Benefit administration experience (P11d)
- Pension processing / reporting skills
- Advanced Excel user
- Monthly payroll processing and input for both fixed and variable data
- Preparation of input forms for automated data processing, including absence, statutory payments, starters and leavers
- Relevant pension administration and contribution calculation and analysis related to payroll
- Childcare voucher invoice processing & tax assessment
- P11d employee benefits administration
Above all, we are looking for a strong work ethic and team player; someone who is able to take ownership of all payroll tasks & administration; demonstrate excellent organisational skills and prioritise in a timely and effective manner. Someone who is able to deal with sensitive material; who has sound decision making, problem solving and analytical skills.
The salary on offer for this role is £35,000 plus benefits.
- Contact Name:
- Amy Lawrie