Automotive & Aerospace

Payroll Officer Full Time

We are working on behalf of our client. An international group manufacturing within Tier 1 Automotive who are currently on the look out for an experienced Payroll Administrator to join them on a permanent basis at their site in the West Midlands.

Overview

To support the effective, accurate and timely operation of the weekly and monthly payroll within 4 of the UK plants and to provide accurate monthly reports to division.

Key Tasks/Responsibilities

 Operation of an accurate weekly & monthly payroll for 4 sites, 1500 people.

 Maintain T&A data, changes and amendments to system, ensuring accuracy at all times.

 Administration of group personal pension scheme/auto enrolment.

 Make payments and reconcile all documentation to the online pension provider.

 Maintaining and producing end of year P11d’s for staff benefit in kind.

 Generate P60’s.

 Maintenance of PAYE settlement agreements and HMRC exemptions.

 Producing monthly reports for division.

 Complete business reporting from Payroll Information.

 Advise HR Team and the wider business on HMRC rules and regulations. Including the administration of Expatriated employees

 Liaise with the finance departments around the Group to find the most efficient methods of providing required employment cost information.

 Develop and deliver training programmes for T&A users and payroll processes.

 To carry out any other duties, relevant to the post which may arise thus ensuring a comprehensive and flexible service to the business and the department.

 Stand-in and cover for Payroll Controller as required.

 To actively support the planning and administration of Payroll improvement projects working with stakeholders from different level and functions within the business.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience necessary

 Minimum of 3 years payroll experience

 Experience of working in a payroll function in a high volume manufacturing environment.

 Paying a minimum of 1000 employees in a multi-site operation.

 To hold a minimum of Part One CIPP qualification or equivalent

 Sound knowledge of PAYE, RTI, Statutory payments, salary sacrifice, pensions auto enrolment and employee benefits in kind.

 Experience of working with Payrite & Ernie IQ systems (desirable).

 Experience of T&A Systems, preferably Crown.

 Computer literate, with strong IT skills especially in Microsoft Excel to include Lookup and pivot tables.

 Experience of working on both weekly and monthly payrolls. Skills, Behaviours and Attributes desirable

 A passion for self-development.

 A continuous improvement attitude.

 Flexible approach to working hours, some inter-site travel may be required on occasion, though this would be minimal.

 Can-do approach to problem solving.

 Able to communicate at all levels.

 Able to work under pressure in a fast paced environment with high volumes of work.

Hours/Shifts  39 hours, 8am to 5pm Monday to Thursday, 8am to 1pm Friday.

Job Overview

  • Date Posted: Posted 7 months ago
  • Location: Cannock
  • Job Title: Payroll Officer
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