Salary: £39,600 – £46,200*Including 10% non contractual London Weighting

Location: Head Office

Lidl House, 14 Kingston Road, Surbiton

KT5 9NU London

Contract: Full Time

Reference Number: 279450

 

This is making the most of every day.

 

Join us as an Assistant Team Manager and be part of a busy and vibrant team responsible for delivering a professional Payroll to our Hourly Paid colleagues in the UK business.

 

We are looking to recruit a proactive, organised, and reliable ATM to join our vibrant team, who will play a key role in technical and personnel management of the payroll team, who delivers professional Payroll Service to our Lidl UK colleagues, based in our Head Office.

 

In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring and further developing the payroll.

 

This opportunity will involve the responsibility of working to the highest standards whilst ensuring the timely and accurate administration of payroll is dealt with promptly and correctly according to company policies, procedures, and external statutory legislation.

 

We have moved to a fully flexible model of mobile working for appropriate Head Office and Regional roles, empowering our teams to choose how and where they work best. We feel it is important that, where possible, we offer our colleagues as much flexibility as possible and trust our teams to determine the right environments that work most effectively for them.

 

What you’ll do

  • Lead your team, including responsibility for operational personnel matters (e.g. coordination of personnel requirements with the supervisor, recruitment, approval of employment contracts, disciplinary measures)
  • Create suitable framework conditions (organisational, personnel) to ensure the fulfilment of tasks and the timely and economically efficient achievement of goals
  • Agree on goals and delegation of tasks to employees, including transfer of scope for action.
  • Ensure a positive and motivating working atmosphere as well as smooth, effective, and efficient cooperation
  • Ensure compliance with applicable law and internal regulations
  • Correct determination, checking and transfer of tax and social security relevant data
  • Creation of payroll relevant certificates (annual overview, company car calculation, etc.)
  • Ensuring completeness of the time management data in preparation of the payroll as well as the resulting documentation requirements
  • Payroll preparation and follow-up activities
  • Support payroll reporting

 

What you’ll need

  • Sound knowledge and experience of payroll systems essential
  • Experience in hourly paid colleague payroll is essential
  • An excellent eye for detail with ability to detect errors
  • Administrator and Management experience essential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication delivered at all levels
  • SAP HR experience desirable
  • Intermediate level of MS Office, Excel and Word
  • Ability to work under pressure, make decisions and prioritise and delegate workload effectively
  • A dedicated team player and delegate where necessary
  • Be motivated and proactive carrying out daily tasks
  • Customer focussed with a ‘can-do’ approach to problem solving
  • Able to handle difficult conversation with the team and with the colleagues, if need be.
  • Awareness of CIPP and GDPR statutory guidance desired

 

What you’ll receive

This isn’t getting by. This is getting what you deserve. Working at Lidl is rewarding, in every sense, because we give you the extensive training to succeed in your role and plenty of opportunities to progress your career here. We’re proud to offer a competitive salary starting from £39,600 with the potential to earn up to £46,200* (depending on experience) with 30 or 35 days’ holiday per year (pro rata). Save for your future with our pension scheme, or save today with a 10% in store discount, plus extra discounts on days out, cinema tickets and much more.

 

*includes 10% non-contractual London Weighting allowance

 

Please note your employment is conditional upon the Company’s receipt of satisfactory references and if requested by the Company, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check.

 

Disclaimer: due to the high volume of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close a vacancy earlier than the advertised date. This is to ensure our teams can manage application levels while maintaining a positive candidate experience. Once a vacancy has closed, we are unable to consider further applications, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Salary: £39,600 -£46,200*Including a non contractual 10% London Weighting

Location: Head Office

Lidl House, 14 Kingston Road, Surbiton

KT5 9NU London

Contract: Full Time

Experience Level: Management Experience

Reference Number: 279453

 

This isn’t 9-5. This is making the most of every day.

 

Join us as an Assistant Team Manager and be part of a busy and vibrant team responsible for delivering a professional Payroll to our salaried colleagues in the UK business.

 

We are looking to recruit a proactive, organised, and reliable ATM to join our vibrant team, who will play a key role in technical and personnel management of the payroll team, who delivers professional Payroll Service to our Lidl UK colleagues, based in our Head Office.

 

In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring and further developing the payroll.

 

This opportunity will involve the responsibility of working to the highest standards whilst ensuring the timely and accurate administration of payroll is dealt with promptly and correctly according to company policies, procedures, and external statutory legislation.

 

We have moved to a fully flexible model of mobile working for appropriate Head Office and Regional roles, empowering our teams to choose how and where they work best. We feel it is important that, where possible, we offer our colleagues as much flexibility as possible and trust our teams to determine the right environments that work most effectively for them.

 

What you’ll do

  • Lead your team, including responsibility for operational personnel matters (e.g. coordination of personnel requirements with the supervisor, recruitment, approval of employment contracts, disciplinary measures)
  • Create suitable framework conditions (organisational, personnel) to ensure the fulfilment of tasks and the timely and economically efficient achievement of goals
  • Agree on goals and delegation of tasks to employees, including transfer of scope for action.
  • Ensure a positive and motivating working atmosphere as well as smooth, effective, and efficient cooperation
  • Ensure compliance with applicable law and internal regulations
  • Correct determination, checking and transfer of tax and social security relevant data
  • Creation of payroll relevant certificates (annual overview, company car calculation, etc.)
  • Ensuring completeness of the time management data in preparation of the payroll as well as the resulting documentation requirements
  • Payroll preparation and follow-up activities
  • Support payroll reporting

 

What you’ll need

  • Sound knowledge and experience of payroll systems essential
  • Experience in salaried colleague payroll is essential
  • An excellent eye for detail with ability to detect errors
  • Administrator and Management experience essential
  • Excellent verbal and written communication delivered at all levels
  • SAP HR experience desirable
  • Intermediate level of MS Office, Excel and Word
  • Ability to work under pressure, make decisions and prioritise and delegate workload effectively
  • A dedicated team player and delegate where necessary
  • Be motivated and proactive carrying out daily tasks
  • Customer focussed with a ‘can-do’ approach to problem solving
  • Able to handle difficult conversation with the team and with the colleagues, if need be.
  • Awareness of CIPP and GDPR statutory guidance desired

 

What you’ll receive

This isn’t getting by. This is getting what you deserve. Working at Lidl is rewarding, in every sense, because we give you the extensive training to succeed in your role and plenty of opportunities to progress your career here. We’re proud to offer a competitive salary starting from £39,600 with the potential to earn up to £46,200* (depending on experience) with 30 or 35 days’ holiday per year (pro rata). Save for your future with our pension scheme, or save today with a 10% in store discount, plus extra discounts on days out, cinema tickets and much more.

 

*includes 10% non-contractual London Weighting allowance

 

Please note your employment is conditional upon the Company’s receipt of satisfactory references and if requested by the Company, a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check.

 

Disclaimer: due to the high volume of applications we receive, we reserve the right to close a vacancy earlier than the advertised date. This is to ensure our teams can manage application levels while maintaining a positive candidate experience. Once a vacancy has closed, we are unable to consider further applications, so please submit your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

The HR team at the House of Commons supports the delivery of the House Strategy through a Business Partner model including a range of operational and specialist teams covering Learning &OD, Resourcing, HR Shared Services (Workforce Information, Payroll and Pensions), HR Advice and Policy (including individual casework and Health & Wellbeing), Reward and Employee Engagement, enabling the House’s commitment to a skilled, diverse and united workforce.

 

The Role

The Employee Payroll and Pensions Services Team works with all House teams as both customers and colleagues to complete Payroll, Pensions and HR administration. In addition, the job holder will work with Civil Service Pensions to provide data in line with Civil Service Pension Schemes (CSPS) requirements.

 

The Payroll Officer is responsible for ensuring that payroll information is correctly processed via the HR and Payroll system and for verifying that changes have been authorised and calculated correctly. They are responsible for ensuring the correct payroll and employment legislation has been applied to salaries. The post holder is also responsible for identifying and investigating possible errors to ensure the accuracy and integrity of payroll data. They are also responsible for providing advice and guidance to all levels of the organization and responding to complex queries. They are responsible for dealing with historical pay cases which may require liaising with HMRC and other professional payroll organisations.

 

Some of the responsibilities include:

  • To actively work on payroll activities, in line with House terms and conditions to meet legislative and audit requirements, agreed deadlines and targets and ensuring that all employees are paid accurately and on time.
  • Keep abreast of payroll and HR policy changes and be able to actively apply them. To be responsible for dealing with historical pay cases, liaising with HMRC and other professional payroll organisations as and when required.
  • Support the planning and execution of the tax year-end processes, including submission of relevant forms and returns to HMRC.
  • Provide complex advice and guidance to stakeholders at all levels in the organisation on PAYE, NI, SMP, SSP, Pension ensuring regulatory compliance across parliament regarding payroll and pension related legislation and statutory obligations.

 

Skills and Experience

The successful candidate will have the following skills/experience:

 

Criterion 1 – Functional Knowledge and Skills

  • To demonstrate working experience in a payroll function with strong technical knowledge of payroll and employment legislation and how this is applied.

 

Criterion 2 – Communication

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including an ability to interpret and advise on complex payroll queries.
  • Must be able to communicate with all levels of the organisation and present complex information easily.

 

Criterion 3- Working with People

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to build and maintain good working relationships with a broad range of people at all levels.
  • Ability to work successfully within a team, whilst upholding the values of equality and diversity.
  • Act as a positive role model and promote the culture of House, maintaining principles of equality, diversity and inclusion at all times.

 

Why Join

In addition to your salary, we offer an attractive range of benefits including:

 

  • 30 days’ annual leave (increasing to 35 days after first full leave year).
  • Civil Service Pension scheme.
  • Access to training and development.
  • Flexible working.
  • Interest free season ticket loan and bicycle loan

 

Next Steps

  • Application Form – If you would like to apply for this role, please submit an application providing evidence against criteria’s 1,2 and 5 in the Job Description.

 

There will also be a Payroll test for candidates invited to interview.

Competitive, dependent on skills & experience, plus benefits:

ST PAULS SCHOOL:
St Paul’s School is looking for an experienced and highly efficient Payroll Manager to provide a complete payroll service.
Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater)

Title: EMEA Payroll Manager

Location: London

Salary: £60,000 p/a plus Bonus & Excellent Benefits


Working in amazing offices a city based global consultancy are seeking to hire an EMEA Payroll Manager. Hybrid working, 3 days in the office.

The client is seeking a dynamic EMEA Payroll Manager would be responsible for ensuring the delivery of payrolls across the EMEA regions end to end, dealing with pay queries, updating salary information, new starters, payroll analysis, benefit renewals and leading on improving existing payroll processes.

The successful applicant will be an experienced EMEA Payroll Manager / Lead who is agile, constantly seeking to improve ways of working and has been responsible for multiple countries payrolls including the UK.

JGA Recruitment Group Ltd (“We”) are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.  We strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply.
 
We are also committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.  We are a specialist payroll, HR & reward recruitment agency and recruitment business as defined in the Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 (our business).  These statements together with our privacy notices set out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us.

Full time, permanent

We are seeking to appoint a Payroll and HR Data Officer to join the enthusiastic and professional support team.

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the professional running of the School’s payroll, including the reporting of its pensions and the collection, storage and use of HR analytics.

 

The successful applicant will have excellent knowledge of administrative ICT and have a genuine desire to help colleagues and a naturally friendly nature.

 

The salary will be around £41,000 per annum.

 

The closing date is Monday 21 November 2022 at 9:00am.

 

Full job description and application details may be downloaded on the School website www.alleyns.org.uk/school-vacancies, or by contacting Human Resources on 020 8613 5016 or by email at [email protected].

 

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Alleyn’s is an Equal Opportunities employer.

 

Alleyn’s welcomes applications from all applicants who meet the requirements for the position, however we are especially keen to receive applications from those in minority groups for which the School is currently underrepresented. We celebrate diversity and thrive on the benefits it brings.

£28,500:

ARK SCHOOLS:
We welcome applications from candidates who may currently be in their first HR role and are looking for a step up or alternatively candidates.
London (Greater)

£30,861- £33,848 per annum, inclusive of Inner London Weighting:

FAMILY ACTION:
The Payroll Officer will be responsible to assist and support with running the monthly payroll.
Hybrid, Based in Family Action Head Office, London (N1)

£30,861- £33,848 per annum, inclusive of Inner London Weighting:

FAMILY ACTION:
The Payroll Officer will be responsible to assist and support with running the monthly payroll.
Hybrid, Based in Family Action Head Office, London (N1)

£40,566.00 – £45,576.00 Per Annum:

LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET:
This is a new role in the Family Services Commissioning Team, sitting in the Commissioning, Performance and Improvement Service.
Colindale, London (Greater)