All Locations: Dual – London office & home

Salary Details: £43,000 – £45,500 p/a + benefits

Hours Per Week: 35

Vacancy type: Fixed Term Contract


The opportunity


Are you a detail-oriented leader with a passion for numbers and a drive to lead a dynamic payroll team? The British Heart Foundation is looking for an experienced Payroll Team Leader to join us for a 9–12-month fixed term contract to oversee our payroll operations and ensure our staff are compensated accurately and on time.


This is a crucial role to lead the team in ensuring accurate and timely payroll services for over 4000+ employees across our retail and head office directorates. You’ll maintain employee data, process payroll queries, and handle essential payroll functions. With a meticulous approach and commitment to excellence, you will help the payroll team meet its targets.


As Payroll Team Leader you will:


  • Lead and mentor a team of payroll professionals
  • Ensure timely and accurate payroll processing for over 4,000 employees
  • Maintain and enhance our Workday Payroll systems
  • Collaborate with HR on process improvement to align payroll processes with organisational goals
  • Ensure an excellent customer experience for all users
  • Offer expert support and guidance on all payroll related queries, drawing on your expertise and knowledge of Payroll


Working arrangements


This is a blended role, where your work will be dual located between your home and our London office. You will also be required to travel to our office in Claygate, Surrey regularly.


Please note this is a fixed term contract for 9 – 12 months.


At BHF we believe in the power of being together, so our colleagues on blended contracts can expect to spend some time in their office, at least one day each week, on average. The use of our office spaces is driven in part by your role and the activities you need to do. This may vary from time to time, so you will need to work in a flexible way to unlock your best work for our cause.


Need more help balancing your work and home life? Talk to us about what flexibility is available at the application or interview stage.


About you

We’re looking for a CIPP qualified individual with experience leading a payroll team. You’ll have up-to-date knowledge of payroll and employment legislation, as well as a working knowledge of real-time information (RTI) and auto-enrolment.


To be successful in this role you will have:


  • Proven experience in payroll management
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to develop team members
  • Excellent attention to detail and consistency in policy application
  • Knowledge of payroll software, preferably Workday
  • A wealth of payroll knowledge that you are happy to share, including knowledge of HMRC and benefits processes
  • Outstanding communication and customer service skills
  • Clear and logical thinking, complemented by excellent organisational skills to ensure the team’s KPIs and SLAs are met
  • Commitment to the values of the British Heart Foundation: brave, informed, compassionate, and driven


For further details and to apply please click the apply button.


The closing date for applications is 25th June 2024.


We value and respect every individual’s unique contribution, celebrate diversity, and make inclusion part of what we do every day.


Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Strategy, Igniting Change, along with our internal EDI group, Kaleidoscope, and a growing number of employee network groups (our Affinity Groups), help us create an environment where all our colleagues and volunteers can succeed.

£50,000 – £65,000 FTE gross per annum dependent upon experience:

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Head of Operations seeking a broad and challenging role.
London / Hybrid / Remote

Contract type Permanent
Working hours Full time (36 hours per week)
Starting Salary £31,000
Location We’re a fully hybrid organisation
Directorate Finance

About IPSA

IPSA is an independent body that regulates and administers the business costs and decides the pay and pensions of the 650 elected Members of Parliament and their staff in the UK. In fact, we were the first independent regulator of its kind in any of the world’s democracies.

Our mission is simple: we want to enable MPs to do what really matters by providing an exemplary, seamless regulatory service. We’re guided by our values and our brilliant, inclusive culture ensures we’re not only a great place to work but that we can also constantly adapt, evolve and improve everything we do so that we can meet our customers’ needs.

The role and its responsibilities

We are looking for a new Payroll Officer to help us deliver our seamless regulatory service. We’re a payroll team of thirteen and we sit within the finance function, but your role will be visible across IPSA and will have direct, regular contact with our customers where building successful partnerships is key. If you like to be challenged and enjoy working in a dynamic environment, then this could be the job for you. The role will help to make a difference to our customers everyday by providing timely and accurate payroll information and resolving issues efficiently and effectively. There’s a lot of scope for you to enable change and improvement across the team and our day-to-day operations.

Payroll Officer’s responsibilities include:

  • Ensuring MPs’ staff are paid accurately and on
  • Maintaining payroll records in accordance with The Scheme of MPs’ Staffing and Business Costs and HR policies and procedures.
  • Building open and honest relationships with all teams and acting as the face of Payroll across IPSA.
  • Providing exemplary, seamless service to our customers, internally and
  • Enabling your colleagues to achieve results through brilliant
  • Collaborating with other teams to resolve payroll queries, ensuring teams are provided with appropriate and timely advice and information.
  • Ensuring financial controls are maintained by IPSA and
  • Actively contributing to continuous improvement of the payroll function and helping to improve IPSA.

Who we’re looking for

You’ll have experience of working in a payroll team and understand how HMRC legislation applies to payroll, pensions and other statutory payments, as well as basic finance and budget management skills. We’d like you to be a qualified payroll technician through the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) but if you’re not, we’ll support you through a development pathway. You’ll be adept at understanding and communicating complex and challenging financial information to people of all levels, both within IPSA and to our customers. You’ll be curious about the payroll data to ensure it’s right first time, every time. You’ll have an eye for accuracy and attention to detail and you’ll own your work. You’ll enjoy working with others and be accountable for achieving great results.

You’ll be joining a diverse and knowledgeable bunch of people, passionate about making IPSA brilliant and so you’ll need to fit right in.

Above all, you’ll live and breathe IPSA’s values and be able to demonstrable how your experience and ways of working align with these.

From day one of joining IPSA, you will start to benefit from our generous salary package, which increases as you develop in your role. How quickly you progress depends entirely on you and how you perform. You will also immediately receive other benefits, outlined below.

A full job description and person specification is available on the ‘current vacancies’ section on our website.


We’re a hybrid organisation with employees working in all corners of the UK. We have an office in central London which you can work from, although we welcome applications from all across the UK, offering flexible homeworking on UK mainland locations (which includes Northern Ireland).

What IPSA can offer you

  • A competitive salary which increases as you develop in your role and is regularly benchmarked against industry.
  • Hybrid and flexible working, with occasional travel to our London office for team meetings
  • Generous contributions into a ‘Civil Service’
  • 25 days holiday entitlement (+ bank holidays), increasing by 1 day each year up to 30
  • Option to purchase additional holiday days each
  • Access to learning and development tailored to your role with coaching
  • Working in a high-performing organisation which supports democracy with a great team
  • A culture encouraging equity, diversity and
  • Time in your work to time to participate in our inclusive workplace
  • Mental Health First Aid network and access to our EAP
  • Enhanced family leave provisions
  • Workplace awards programme for living IPSA’s values and innovative
  • Season ticket/rent deposit
  • Cycle to work
  • Volunteering days and ‘you’

Our commitment and values

We’re committed to making IPSA a brilliant place to work and at the heart of our people philosophy is our promise to engage, enable and empower every member of our team to deliver excellence, learn and develop each day. Through a diversity of backgrounds, experience and thought IPSA will continue to be a high-performing organisation with a truly diverse and inclusive culture. We’re guided by our values and live and breathe them through all the work that we do. These are Staying Connected, Seeing the Bigger Picture, Being Open, Doing the Right Thing and Making a Difference. As a values-based organisation you can expect these to feature throughout the recruitment process and beyond.

How to apply

If you feel like you’re a good fit for this role and for IPSA then we’d love to hear from you. Please send us your CV and a one-page cover letter to [email protected]. We ask you to be succinct in your cover letter highlighting why you’d be a great match. It’s always a good idea to cross reference your letter with the key elements of the role and focus on some of your key achievements which might be relevant to

this role and how you align to our values.

Before you apply, please take a moment to read the ‘how to apply’ section on our website which details our approach to reducing unconscious bias in our recruitment process.

Interview process and timeline

Interviews will be virtual via Microsoft Teams, so you’ll need access to a secure WIFI network and a private space. Our interviews are competency-based, and we’ll ask you a series of questions designed to help assess your suitability for the role and for IPSA, and we may also ask you prepare a short presentation.

The closing date for this role will be 22 December 2023, so we encourage you to submit your application without delay. Shortlisting will take place in the w/c 2 January 2024 and interviews will take place on w/c 8 January 2024.

Due to the high number of applications, we expect to receive for this role we will only contact you if your application is shortlisted for interview. Feedback will only be provided after interview.

Privacy notice and right to work

By applying you confirm you have the right to work in the UK and have read our Human Resources privacy notice.


Title: Senior Organisational Design Manager
Location: London – Hybrid
Salary: £100,000 p/a

Contract: Permanent

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Organisational Design Manager within a leading Consultancy based in London.

The successful candidate will be responsible for leading the design and delivery of strategic organisational design projects, which would include defining the organisational structure, developing new job roles, and leading the process of change in the organisation.


  • Lead strategic organisational design projects, defining the organisational structure and developing job roles.
  • Manage the implementation of structural changes and ensure the organisation evolves in line with the strategy.
  • Develop and implement effective change management solutions to ensure the successful implementation of the organisational design.
  • Liaise with stakeholders to identify their requirements and present solutions which meet the needs of the organisation.
  • Advise on organisational development initiatives to support the organisation’s long-term objectives.
  • Coach, develop and upskill more junior team members.

Technical skills required:

  • Extensive experience working with large scale organisational design and change management across multiple geographies.
  • Good understanding of project management principles and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Experience in leading and managing bid proposals including scoping work.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to understand complex problems and develop creative and innovative solutions.
  • Knowledge of HR processes and systems.

If you are interested in this Senior Organisational Design Manager role and meet the above requirements, please apply for immediate consideration and interview. We look forward to receiving your application and providing further details about the role.

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 are also committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We are a specialist Payroll and HR 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.

As an inclusive organisation, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people of Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic groups (BAME), as they are currently under-represented within the team.


The Vacancy

Process payrolls for lay staff, ministers and pensioners ensuring that tax codes, entitlements, deductions and other adjustments are in line with instructions from HMRC, HR & Development, circuit treasurers and other clients.

Ensure that all statutory and voluntary deductions are made correctly and remit monthly payments to the relevant recipient.

Prepare and post payroll summaries to the nominal ledger and reconcile control accounts / loan accounts on a monthly basis.

Update and remit RTI submissions (including FPS and EPS) to HMRC and upload tax code changes.

Reconcile and remit monthly payments to HMRC for income tax, national insurance contributions and any other statutory recoveries.

Produce monthly debit statements, deal with queries from staff, ministers and treasurers, and provide payroll information to HR & Development, HMRC and other government agencies.


About You

  • Good attention to detail and communication skills.  Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, and others, including volunteers, throughout the Methodist Church.
  • First class organisational and administrative skills and systematic approach to work.
  •  Ability to deliver to set deadlines.
  • Able to remain calm under pressure and be tactful in difficult or sensitive situations.
  •  Honesty, integrity, resilience and professionalism


Our Culture, Values and Benefits

We value and support all those who join our team through a positive work-life balance augmented by generous annual leave (plus an extra 3 days over Christmas/New Year), TOIL, flexi-leave and an on-site Wellbeing Adviser service. We offer a generous occupational pension scheme with pensions matched up to 8%.


Click Apply to be redirected to our website to submit your application. If you require reasonable adjustments to made at any stage of the recruitment process, please let us know


Closing Date: 8th May 2023


Interview Date: 19th May 2023

At ZEDRA, we are looking for Payroll Consultants to join our International Payroll, HR & Benefits team based in London. The Payroll Consultants are an integral part of a growing team of professionals responsible for processing and managing their own client portfolio, both UK and international.

If you are a knowledgeable, enthusiastic and motivated individual with a desire to work at a company with real career opportunities and amongst some of the most talented individuals in the industry, then this could be the role for you!


*We are recruiting for a number of positions, both permanent and 6 month fixed term contracts.


*This is a hybrid position with 2 days in the office and 3 days WFH.



ZEDRA is an international provider of Corporate Services & Global Expansion, Active Wealth and Fund Solutions.

Our experienced teams deliver tailored high-quality advice to companies and family businesses expanding overseas on a range of corporate, global expansion, accounting, tax, global mobility, payroll and HR matters.

We also support high net worth individuals and their families seeking diversified active wealth solutions, as well as asset managers and their investors.

Our hands-on approach and entrepreneurial outlook help our clients safeguard their assets and unlock their ambitious for growth, no matter how complex their challenges might be.

At ZEDRA we embrace an entrepreneurial spirit where employees are encouraged to see beyond their determined role and participate in a wide range of opportunities. We focus on providing a wide range of technical and practical support to all employees at every level.

ZEDRA recognises the need to develop and expand an employee’s skill-set and encourages career growth, as well as supports a social culture too, with a local social event programme across each office that celebrates the companies’ inclusive culture.

We aim high.  We believe in doing more so that our clients can.  Do More.  Achieve More.


What You’ll Be Doing

  • Processing of monthly payrolls for clients, including HM Revenue & Customs and Auto Enrolment reporting and bank payments
  • First point of contact with clients and their employees
  • Managing a portfolio of UK and international clients
  • Preparation of the funding requests, banking and payments from the clients’ payroll accounts
  • Liaison with our network of international payroll providers
  • Responsibility for billing on your portfolio, reporting to HMRC and internal controls
  • Supporting our clients’ international expansions
  • Delivering great client service
  • Setting up and onboarding new clients


What We Need From You

  • CIPP partly or fully qualified
  • Ideally approximately 5 – 6 years’ experience
  • Experience in reviewing and signing off payrolls and payments is essential
  • Experience in managing your own client portfolio is essential
  • Good academics
  • Eligible to work in the UK
  • Friendly, sociable and keen to join a hardworking team
  • Ability to manage own tasks and team members, good timekeeping and able to work to tight deadlines
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Good communications skills both verbal and written English
  • Experience with payroll software, like Brain system is desirable but not necessary

About PVH

With a history going back over 130 years, PVH has excelled at growing brands and businesses with rich American heritages, becoming one of the largest global apparel companies. We have over 30,000 associates operating in over 40 countries with over $8 billion in revenues.

Founded in 1968 and acquired by PVH Corp. in 2003, Calvin Klein is a global lifestyle brand that exemplifies bold, progressive ideals and a seductive, and often minimal, aesthetic. We seek to thrill and inspire our audience while using provocative imagery and striking designs to ignite the senses. We strive to make a positive impact on the world. We inspire passion in our people.

We embody authenticity and embrace individuality.

Tommy Hilfiger is one of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands, internationally recognised for celebrating the essence of “classic American cool” style. Founded in 1985, Tommy Hilfiger was acquired by PVH Corp. in 2010. We engage consumers through 360° marketing campaigns, innovative events, exciting collaborations and brand partnerships, and work with some of the biggest names from the world of Fashion, Art, Music and Entertainment.




The PVH HR team are a group of focused, forward thinking and commercial individuals all passionate about offering an outstanding colleague experience.

Working at pace, the team operate autonomously and have the creative license to really deliver solutions that enable their stakeholders across the business.

The Payroll Specialist is responsible for ensuring a first class payroll and benefits service is received by all UK & Irish colleagues.

Reporting to the Payroll Manager, this role predominantly focuses on sole responsibility for the Ireland retail payroll, with a significant contribution also being made in supporting the UK retail payroll operations.



Responsibilities include:

  • Ensure the ROI retail payroll changes are processed accurately, on time and in-line with Revenue legislation
  • Checking and validation of Ireland payroll reports once received from outsourced payroll provider
  • Involvement with and research any forthcoming changes in ROI legislation, incorporating into payroll operations
  • Various tasks supporting the processing of the UK retail Including calculation of maternity schedules, store timecards, general change of details and bonus payments reconciliation
  • Respond to payroll in box queries for Ireland & UK
  • Ensure monthly remittances (stats, Government surveys, pension) are completed on time and accurately
  • Manage the expectations of stakeholders (internal and external)
  • Ensure queries/communications are dealt with in-line with company SLA’s
  • Support the Payroll Manager with payroll projects and escalations


About YOU

  • You’ll have proven experience within a payroll
  • You’ll Take Ownership, having experience in dealing with a wide range of payroll queries/escalations
  • You’ll have intermediate Excel skills
  • You will work well with change, being able to Adapt Fast and work with
  • You’ll Inspire Trust, having the ability to maintain confidentiality and display discretion at all times.
  • You’ll have excellent attention to
  • You will be customer focused, demonstrating a passion to deliver a quality service on time, every time.
  • You’ll Act with Purpose, having excellent organisation and time-management skills demonstrating the ability to multitask and prioritise own workload.



At PVH, we understand that the success of our organisation is directly related to our hardworking and dedicated associates who contribute their time and talents to help make our Company the success it is. That is why we are committed to providing a competitive and comprehensive benefits program that offers the protection, peace of mind and flexibility designed to support our associates – both at home and at work.

PVH Europe and our brands, TOMMY HILFIGER and CALVIN KLEIN, are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse community of associates with a strong sense of belonging. We believe we are bettered by all forms of diversity, and take pride in working with top talent from every walk of life and corner of the world. In the spirit of inclusivity, qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, ethnicity, ability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation.

Job Title: Payroll Project Manager (3-month FTC – likely to be extended)
Salary: Up to £60,000 p/a FTE
Location: London / Hybrid

A great opportunity to manage the implementation of a new T&A, HR System and Payroll System (IRIS).


  • Managing the implementation of new system
  • Migrating from manual processes to new system processes
  • Managing the complexities of payroll

Skills required: 

  • Previous experience leading a Payroll System implementation
  • Knowledge of broad HR and Payroll processes
  • Extensive knowledge of HR Systems, T&A Systems and Payroll Systems.

Are you available immediately and like the look of this exciting project? Contact Zoe at JGA Recruitment today.

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 & Marketing 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.

Title: Payroll Manager
Salary: £48,000 p/a
Location: London/Hybrid (3 days in the office)
Contract: Permanent

A leading charity has an urgent requirement for a Payroll Manager to join their organisation to lead and manage all aspects of the payroll function.

Working closely with the Finance Director, the Payroll Manager will also be responsible for managing a small team of Payroll Officers carrying out monthly 1-2-1’s, coaching and performance appraisals.

Other responsibilities include:

  • Taking responsibility for the completion of the monthly payroll and for compliance with pension auto enrolment duties.
  • Overseeing all processing changes into the payroll system.
  • Providing systems support to the team and resolving issues.
  • Being the point of contact for all payroll queries.
  • Liaising with DWP, HM Courts Service and the HMRC in relation to any payroll related queries.

To be considered for this Payroll Manager position, applicants must have previous experience of leading and managing a payroll function, have detailed knowledge of UK payroll, have excellent communications skills and have a good level of education ideally a payroll related qualification.

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 are also committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.  We are a specialist Payroll and HR 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.

Title: Payroll Clerk
Location: London – Hybrid 2/3 days a week
Salary: £25,000 – £35,000 p/a + Benefits

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and knowledgeable Payroll Administrator to work in a busy environment.

This is a hybrid position requiring you to be in the office 2/3 days a week and working the reverse the week after.

Responsibilities/ Requirements:

  • Provide 1st line support for payroll queries.
  • Liaise with HMRC when required.
  • Knowledge of up to date legislations.
  • Upload certain data to outsourced payroll provider.

If you are a motivated Payroll professional looking for your next opportunity to join a successful firm who invest in their people and promote within, then please apply today by sending us your CV!

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 are also committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.  We are a specialist Payroll and HR 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.