PayAssist offers a reliable managed payroll service with a friendly and personal touch.  We work with businesses of varying sizes across the whole of the UK.  We believe that a payroll service should work around an individual business’ needs which is why we offer a range of additional services tailored to the client’s specific requirements.

 

We are currently seeking an experienced payroll at Supervisor level to be based in our small, friendly team.  Reporting to the Payroll Manager, you will have current payroll experience and be confident in managing a diverse client portfolio (consisting of weekly, fortnightly and monthly payrolls) including dealing with all client queries.

 

Whilst this is fixed term contract role for a duration of 12 months, working Monday to Friday, 36.25 hrs per week, due to our growing business there is potential for it becoming a permanent role in the future.

 

Our office is based in Uckfield, close to the town centre and railway station.  Hybrid working of 2 days at home/3 in the office would be available after an initial training period.

 

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Liaising with clients and entering payroll data from start to finish
  • Reconciling payroll to client data, getting client approval as appropriate and issuing payroll reports & payslips
  • Reviewing team member’s work
  • Preparing payroll journals
  • Reconciling weekly and monthly PAYEF figures
  • Preparing BACS files
  • Administering Pension Auto-enrolment including making appropriate declarations to The Pensions Regulator
  • Producing and distributing pension scheme returns, including notification of changes in members’ status and uploading to pension provider
  • Dealing effectively with queries from clients, and HMRC and other parts if the business
  • Assisting with onboarding new clients.
  • Share knowledge internally and externally.

 

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Payroll bureau experience
  • Able to calculate tax, NI, pensions, etc. manually
  • Good working knowledge of statutory family leave, SSP, salary sacrifice, pensions,etc.
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills
  • Evidence of being a proactive, hands-on team player who is confident in working to changing priorities in a busy department
  • A natural organiser with a keen eye for detail and accuracy
  • Flexibility (busy periods will require working longer hours to meet deadlines)
  • MS office (intermediate Excel)

 

To apply:  Please send your CV to [email protected]

THE ROLE: Full-time (37 hours per week) / Permanent / Job description and application pack are available to download from our website.

Our mission is to help children and young people have a fair chance to be who they want to be. We do this by providing a safe home, increasing life skills and self-confidence, and improving emotional wellbeing and mental health.

We are looking for an experienced Payroll and Finance Assistant to join our Finance team based out of our office in central Hove. We are a service team to the organisation, supporting all types of queries from queries from suppliers to employee expenses.

We are currently installing a new payroll system, which will allow us to streamline the process between payroll and HR. As we are in the transition phase of the project, this role has been spilt into two areas of being Payroll and Purchase Ledger responsibilities.

In delivering the role, you will support the Management Accountant, being responsible for preparing payroll and ensuring staff are accurately paid. You will run the monthly payroll using information held in the HR system, checking the amendments from the summary list have been correctly processed. You will prepare the payment file, ensuring payslips are distributed and resolve queries from employees.

As part of this role, you will train new staff across the organisation in the use of financial software and finance control procedures. There is also the opportunity to develop through managing a project’s income and expenditure account.

In addition, you will also assist with controlling all aspects of the organisation’s expenditure, ensuring suppliers are paid in accordance with their payment terms. You will monitor the document capture software (Continia) to ensure all invoices are promptly processed, correctly coded, and distributed for authorisation via the accounting software.

This is a hybrid role with an expectation of three days working from Reed House office and two days from home – Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm and Friday, 9am to 4.30pm.

ABOUT YOU: We know there are great candidates who may not fit everything described, or who have important skills we have not mentioned. If that is you, please do not hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself and why perhaps you are looking to take the next step.

You will already have proven experience processing payroll, along with a familiarity with accounting software and be proficient in Excel (knowledge of using Business Central accounting software is desirable) and be curious about current processes with looking for ways to improve the service we offer.

You will be able to pragmatically manage a variable workload with competing priorities whilst maintaining attention to detail and deliver to deadlines. You will already have strong analytical and numerical skills, along with being an effective communicator with both internal and external stakeholders. Your experience will enable you to know when to ask for support and when to flag potential issues.

If you would like any further information or an informal discussion about this post, please contact [email protected]. Should you require any assistance with our application process, please email us at [email protected]

CLOSING DATE – 27 May 2024 at midnight, with proposed interviews on 30 May 2024.  We reserve the right to close this advert early if a successful candidate is found. Successful candidates will already have the right to live and work in the UK.

An inclusive workplace – We are committed to policies and practices of equity, diversity, and inclusion and to supporting our people to make sure our culture is consistent with this commitment.

Accessibility – If you require assistance or have questions regarding the application process, please contact us.

YMCA DLG requires all staff and volunteers to be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults and to respond proactively to safeguarding concerns. Successful applicants are required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure (including the Children’s barred list and the Adults’ barred list) via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Calling all payroll experts! We are on the lookout for an experienced Payroll Specialist to help manage our two payroll systems, provide expert knowledge to our employees, and to show off your fantastic reporting skills with the likes of Microsoft Excel and Power BI!

Based from The Horder Centre, Crowborough (with hybrid working options available), this is a full-time role, on a 14-month fixed term contract. If you are keen to share your payroll knowledge and expertise, whilst also enjoying opportunities to learn and develop your skills and know-how, then we would love to hear from you!


About you:

  • You will be an expert in payroll legislation, as you will be managing our two payroll systems, our total rewards package, as well as supporting on projects such as annual pay review budgeting, reward statements, P11D submissions, gender pay gap reporting
  • CIPP qualified or relevant experience.
  • A Microsoft Excel and Power BI wizardwell need you to help with VLookUps / Macros / Pivot Tables
  • Excellent communication skills, to help build those all-important and respected relationships with our patients and your colleagues.
  • A working ethic aligned to our core values as a group: Caring, Friendly, Quality, Integrity and Pride.


About us

Horder Healthcare has been committed to caring since 1954 when we were called ‘The Horder Centre for Arthritis’. We’ve come a long way since then. Our consultants are amongst the most skilled, experienced and innovative in their field. Our staff love to work here, so it makes sense that our patient outcomes are in the top 99%.

We have grown into a multi-service healthcare provider, with hospitals in Crowborough and East Grinstead, and outreach clinics in Eastbourne and Seaford. We are committed to making a positive impact to the health of individuals and the communities in which we work.

Not only have we developed an international reputation for orthopaedic and musculoskeletal care, our partnership with The McIndoe Centre – the birthplace of pioneering plastic surgery treatments, means that we can deliver high-quality plastic, reconstructive, maxillofacial, ophthalmology and orthopaedic services from world-class consultants to an even greater number of people.

We know that our working lives are fundamental to emotional wellbeing. Our employees are as valuable to us as our patients and we see it as our duty to nurture an engaged and skilled workforce. To do this we ensure employees have access to training and development opportunities as well as being a flexible and diverse workplace.

We are committed to caring, and committed to you.


In accordance with Home Office guidance successful candidates will be required to evidence their right to work in the UK before commencement of employment. We have assessed this role and do not consider that we would be able to sponsor a successful candidate under the Skilled Worker route as the role does not meet the relevant Home Office criteria; the successful candidate therefore must be able to demonstrate their own right to work during the recruitment process without Horder Healthcare sponsorship
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At Horder Healthcare, we are proud to champion and celebrate diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in all areas of our business. We are committed to creating an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to protected characteristics by applicable law.

As a disability confident employer, we are pleased to offer our full support should you require an alternative method of applying or any reasonable adjustments to be made during the recruitment process.

In order to streamline our recruitment process, we reserve the right to expire vacancies prior to the advertised closing date once we have received a sufficient number of applications.

Do you understand the cyclical nature of a payroll environment?

Are you able to juggle a busy workload to ensure that deadlines are met?

Are you familiar with payroll legislation, HMRC employer obligations and pensions administration requirements?

If yes, then we have the role for you!

East Sussex County Council are looking to recruit a permanent, full-time, Payroll Technical Officer to join our busy Payroll team. Within this role you will be supporting colleagues in delivering a high-quality and compliant payroll service, paying approximately 15,000 employees on a monthly basis, across 20 employers affiliated to the County Council.

Our offices are based in Lewes, and after your initial training, there will be the opportunity to work from home, or another ESCC site, some days a week as we work in a Hybrid working style.

We are looking for candidates who have:

  • In-depth working knowledge of statutory deductions and payments, and legislation that impacts on payroll.
  • Excellent communication skills so that you can assist the team in resolving complex queries from a variety of customers.
  • An awareness of pensions legislation and schemes will be beneficial, to help with Pension Automatic Enrolment administration and reporting responsibilities.

This role requires payroll knowledge to provide support and advice to customers and colleagues, and to ensure compliance with statutory obligations, legislation, and regulations. A key part of this job will be generating reports, reconciling payroll data and assisting with the technical actions undertaken to complete monthly payroll runs.

A successful candidate will have a pro-active approach to work and problem solving, and the ability to spot and deal with issues as they occur. You will also be well organised and have an exceptional eye for detail.

For an informal discussion about this opportunity contact Kelly WiddopPayroll Manager at [email protected]  to request a MS teams call or phone call.

Please view the attached job description for more specific role information.

Please submit your CV and a covering letter to demonstrate how you meet all the essential role criteria outlined in the Job Description and Person Specification.

Interviews will be conducted remotely via Microsoft Teams and will be held within 1 week of the closing date.

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your payroll career in a fast paced, varied and dynamic environment so if you are looking for a role where you will be challenged, please apply today!

We offer a diverse range of benefits to help and support you during your employment. More information can be found on our benefits page.

Additional Information

Your starting salary will be pro rata if the above position is part-time or term-time only.

Work Permits: we may be able to obtain a Work Permit for this post but this is subject to meeting the requirements of the UK Border Agency’s Points-based Immigration System.

Due to the restrictions we cannot guarantee that individuals that meet the requirements of the Points-based Immigration System will be issued with clearance to obtain work permits.

If you require any reasonable adjustments, due to disability, to enable you to participate fully in the process please contact the hiring manager on the contact details above.

Reasonable adjustments include things like an offline application form. If you would like to discuss your requirements further, please get in touch.

 

Equal Opportunities

East Sussex County Council is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age. All applications are treated on merit.