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Job Ref:  202044261
Employer:  cv-library.co.uk
Industry:  Construction
Job Type:  Permanent
Country:  United Kingdom
County/State:  Berkshire
City:  Slough
Post Code:  SL1
18/10/2016 16:02
Date: 16 August 2016
Job Role Payroll Officer
Line Manager Finance Manager

Department Finance

1 Position Summary

This role of Payroll Officer is to take full responsibility for the payroll, expenses and employee benefits processes for the Group.
2 Duties and Responsibilities

Process the payroll (monthly) for the UK and its' subsidiaries within the prescribed timescales and deadlines.

Compliance with current legislation, internal policies and procedures.

Manage the Pension Auto Enrolment process.

Responsible for all statutory requirements including RTI, Year End and P11D returns

Administer the company's private medical, childcare schemes and Salary Sacrifice Schemes.

Prepare statutory forms as required and submit them to H M Revenue and Customs.

Reconciliation monthly of payroll journals and payroll control accounts.

Administer the internal expenses process and monthly reconciliation of expenses.

Assist in payroll projects as necessary and be involved in the in-house payroll software testing process.

Assist with the Accounts function's transaction processing needs.

Support the Finance Manager in any other duties falling within the department, as a member of the Finance team.
3 Accountability

Accuracy of the records maintained impacts on the management of the company as it relies on the data for decision supporting reports.

The Payroll Officer is expected to interact in a professional manner with external contacts.
4 Magnitudes/Dimensions

The scope of responsibility covers the COINS Group.
5 Education and Skills

A recognised payroll qualification is preferred - eg. CIPP or equivalent professional body

Strong numerical skills and excellent attention to detail.

Strong organisational skills

Strong communication skills to assist with query resolution

Excellent knowledge of current Payroll related legislation

Strong system skills

Ability to analyse and interpret data

6 Experience

Knowledge of the Irish payroll process and benefits legislation is useful.

Minimum of 5 year experience in a similar role in a finance department
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