Why London Business School

London Business School; a global and vibrant business community based in two of the world’s most dynamic cities, London and Dubai. It’s where extraordinary minds and diverse perspectives connect, to have a profound impact on the way the world does business and the way business impacts the world. We offer best in class hybrid learning to our students and participants, whilst creating a flexible, supportive and dynamic working environment for our people to excel in, whatever their location.

The Role

Do you know payroll inside-out?

Own the end-to-end processing and management of our two payrolls. You’ll be a problem-solver who puts precision and accuracy at the centre of everything you do. You’ll also have a knack for talking about complex issues, such as pensions and tax, to employees at all levels. This is a great opportunity to use your existing experience to make the payroll your own and explore how we improve our processes.

Main Responsibilities

  • Process and manage two monthly payrolls (including our zero hours casuals payroll)
  • Administrate and manage London Business School pension schemes
  • Manage annual returns, PSAs, P11Ds and reports as necessary
  • Resolve payroll and pension queries and discuss policy issues with senior staff
  • Help ensure any payroll system upgrades are tested and working flawlessly
  • Identifying process improvements and collaborating with wider team to put these in to practice and embed with wider policy and processes
  • Keep an eagle eye on regulation changes and what they mean for the School

 

Our ideal candidate will have:

  • Professional qualification or equivalent experience
  • Payroll background essential
  • Keen ability to interpret payroll rules and regulations
  • Detailed knowledge of payroll systems, taxation and national insurance rules
  • Great attention to detail, time management, customer service and communication skills
  • Experience with iTrent is desirable

Salary range (£): £55-65k depending on experience.:

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About the role

This is a 12 month fixed term contract. We have a fantastic opportunity to join our busy Payroll & Employee Services teams as a Payroll & Employee Services Specialist.

You will be working within Business Operations.

Business Operations is the integrated business support and transaction service which offers a range of services covering HR, Payroll, Finance and Procurement to Surrey County Council.

You will be working as a key part of the Payroll & Employee Services within Business Operations.  The team provide payroll and employee services to over 40,000 employees.  This includes Surrey employees, schools and local academies.

The Specialist is a pro-active role, forming close working relationships with Customers, Service staff, Specialists from other disciplines and external organisations, as well as dealing with referrals from the 1st line support staff.  Working under the direction and guidance of their Hub Team Leader the specialist will organise their own workload.  There is also the opportunity to be involved in the implementation of the new ERP system in Surrey.

To be shortlisted to interview for this position your application will clearly evidence:

  • Experience of working with Payroll & HR ERP Systems would be an advantage
  • In-depth knowledge of HR administration and Payroll
  • An understanding of overpayment calculations and statutory payments and deductions.
  • Understanding of the importance of accuracy in transactional areas
  • High level of computer literacy, including email, and Office products with intermediate Excel skills.
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines, and follow procedures
  • Ability to apply quality standards to all tasks undertaken
  • Excellent communications skills

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