£21.5k – £23k:

Living Well Partnership:
You will go the extra mile to ensure that every employee has an HR function that they can rely on; to advise, guide, and deliver.
SO19 9GH, Southampton

LocationSO19 9GH, Southampton
Salary£21.5k – £23k
Posted19 May 2020
Closing date16 Jun 2020

The way we provide GP services is changing every day – and you can be part of it. The Living Well Partnership brings together four well-established practices in Southampton, with seven sites, which have joined forces to create a super-partnership that can deliver exceptional clinical care. Our mission is simple: to enhance the health and improve the wellbeing of our 40,000 patients – and you will have a key role to play, as HR Administrator, in supporting our staff to do this.

Supporting a team of line managers and all 130+ employees, you’ll provide efficient HR administrative support across the Partnership. Alongside the HR & Payroll Manager, you will go the extra mile to ensure that every employee has an HR function that they can rely on; to advise, guide, and innovatively deliver a great employee experience. Getting the most out of our HR systems, processes and protocols, you will support the function to implement effective and creative ways for employees to access information and support. You’ll take ownership of the Partnership’s HR administration; managing your time effectively, identifying ways to streamline processes, and striving to provide the highest quality output in everything that you do.

You’ll have an evident passion for HR and an ambition to progress your career in this field. You’ll need a sharp eye for identifying patterns in data and behaviour, as well as process improvements, and areas for development. You’ll be able to demonstrate that you’re an analytical thinker, who is focussed and diligent, with the ability to see tasks through to completion of the highest standard. You’ll be confident in finding your way around IT systems, and given the tools, you will hit the ground running; extracting analytics reports, analysing employee data, and accurately applying payroll formulae.

Experience of working in a medical or GP setting is not a requirement; but you must have at least 1 years’ experience of working in a HR or Payroll team. You should also have, or be working towards, a Level 3 CIPD. In return, we’ll offer you the opportunity to be responsible for dedicated projects and outcomes, and there will be plenty of scope for personal and professional development.

You will enjoy membership of the coveted NHS pension scheme, as well as 25 days annual leave (pro rata), generous NHS employee discounts, regular social events, free parking and more.

*Please note: your application will not be considered without a covering letter, outlining your suitability for the role.

First closing date: 2nd June, 2020 for interview on w/c 8th June, 2020

Second closing date: 16th June, 2020 for interview on w/c 22nd June, 2020

This advert may be closed early if a suitable candidate is found, following the first round of interviews.

For further information, or the job description and role specification, please call Tara Clark at Weston Lane Surgery, Southampton.

Payroll Officer

Hft – Central Support

Job reference: 001624

Location: Hft – Central Support

Closing date: 31/05/2020

Interview date: 09/06/2020

Salary / hourly rate: £20,000 – £25,000

Employment type: Full Time

Hours per week: 35

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Find your place with us and help change lives.

We are one of the largest learning disability charities in the UK, supporting over 2,500 people through our friendly, supportive, creative and diverse teams.


About the role
The payroll officer is a key part of the busy Payroll & Benefits team and reports directly to the payroll & benefits manager, working closely with internal stakeholders to improve performance and processes within the department.


The payroll officer is responsible for managing and operating the payroll system with the greatest level of accuracy and efficiency.


About you

This is a role that deals with confidential material on a daily basis and therefore tact, diplomacy and absolute discretion are key requirements for this role.


The post holder will be numeracy literate. Outstanding communication skills and high level IT skills are a prerequisite, as well as being a self-starter.


What we offer

With Investors in People and Skills for Care accreditation we are committed to investing in our teams to ensure they have the specialist skills they need.



  • Access to the Hft Plus benefits package, which includes a great number of discounts and rewards across shops, restaurants, gym membership and days out; but also an Employee Assistance Programme, with telephone and face-to-face support options
  • Access to award winning training and development – Hft is one of only four charities to have achieved the Skills for Care ‘Centre of Excellence’ provider status
  • Annual staff award scheme – The Fusion Awards, and peer recognition through our GEM awards programme
  • 20 days holiday (plus 8 bank holidays) increasing to 25 days after a year of employment (pro rata for part time staff)
  • A contributory pension scheme & life assurance


Join us and help change lives.

Payroll Administrator – Home Based

Immediate Start – £28k

An amazing opportunity for an experienced client payroll specialist to work from home for this amazing company.

We are looking for technically excellent experienced Client Payroll Specialists.
Working on multiple client payrolls in a permanent role from home.

Our client is all about technology and wants their team to embrace this.
They are taking on so many new clients thanks to their amazing levels of service and support that they are recruiting to expand the team.

Systems experience is important too, either experience of Iris – Earnie or BrightPay is essential.

If this sounds like you let us know.

£23,754 – £26,715 per annum:

Two vacancies have arisen within the Payroll area of the Payroll & Pensions Team at the University.
City of Bristol

£32,752 – £36,862 per annum:

We have a new opportunity to join our (IBC) as Senior HR & Pay Specialist – Testing, performing operational activities
Winchester, Hampshire

Payroll and Pension Manager

Reference number – 1894-2399

Location – Portsmouth

Salary – £56,396 to £62,137 pa

Job type/hours – permanent, full time, 37 hours per week

Closing date – 5.00pm on the 17 October 2018


We are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic candidate to join our finance service as a Payroll and Pensions Manager.

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Finance and part of the Financial Service’s Senior Management Team, you will lead and manage a section comprising 10 staff, ensuring that effective internal and external customer relationships are maintained and that the operational activities of the Payroll and Pensions Section are supported by efficient systems and transactional processes.

The post holder will proactively engage with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the service is delivered to exacting standards. A key purpose of the job is to maintain and grow the current external client base to ensure that income generation opportunities are exploited. This requires a thorough understanding of the market competitors, skills in negotiation, the ability to deliver high quality internal and external presentations and comprehensive monitoring of external client satisfaction levels

With excellent communication skills you will have a nationally recognised payroll qualification and comprehensive knowledge and experience of all aspects of legislation, covering payroll, HMRC tax and public sector pension/auto enrolment.

For further details on this exciting opportunity as well as details of how to apply, please click the apply button.

Excellent Payroll Opportunities in Devon

Lloyd Barnes is a leading specialist Accountancy Recruitment firm based in the heart of Devon. We are currently working with several leading businesses who are seeking to appoint payroll specialists.

Devon is a wonderful place to live and work, learn more via our website: https://lloyd-barnes.co.uk/candidates/relocation-to-the-south-west If you are interested in learning about any of the vacancies below or your considering relocating to the South West: Cornwall, Devon, or Somerset, then please contact us for more information.

Payroll Administrator, East Devon: £20,000-£25,000

  • Setting: responsible for the payroll of c600 staff, reporting to the Head of Finance, high degree of autonomy.
  • The role: Primary responsibility for the day to day tasks involved in running a variable payroll including, submission of statutory returns and reconciliation.
  • Experience required: Applicants will ideally be CIPP qualified and have similar experience of managing a large and variable payroll.
  • Offering unique benefits and a lively and buzzing environment, this is a great opportunity for an individual who is looking for a highly responsible and gratifying role, which will involve them becoming an integral part of the team.

Payroll Administrator – Payroll Bureau, Exeter: £18,000 – £25,000 depending on experience

  • Setting: Small team environment based close to Exeter city centre, highly varied work.
  • The role: Working together with the other payroll administrators, with each administrator responsible for their own portfolio of clients, but assisting each other when needed.
  • Experience required: At least two years’ experience including liaising with third parties such as HMRC and DWP. Experience of CIS and Auto Enrolment would be an advantage.
  • Key skills: Service orientated with strong communication skills required to liaise with clients in person, by phone and email.
  • Would suit someone with bureau experience or who has at least two years payroll experience.

Payroll Officer, 6 month contract, Exeter: £19,000 – £21,000

  • Setting: Working on one of the largest payrolls in Devon, on the outskirts of Exeter close to the M5.
  • The role: Consists of preparing salaries, responding to pay queries and providing a courteous and efficient service to all stakeholders.
  • Experience required: Working as part of an experienced team, you will need an understanding of National Insurance, Pension and Income Tax calculations, and in the course of your work you will be expected to use your own initiative to make necessary decisions.
  • The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, flexible and very well organised, with the ability to meet tight deadlines.

Client: iiPay

Based in Cheltenham and Dallas Texas, iiPAY is a highly successful global payroll services business, providing fully managed payroll services to a wide range of international businesses. iiPAY is a high growth company, focused on delivering an outstanding customer experience and service levels. Our payroll managed service is underpinned by our market leading global payroll management system delivering a unique client experience and value-added services.  iiPAY is looking for a UK Payroll Specialist who wants to be part of this rapidly expanding business, joining an experienced team of payroll specialists.

Role Overview

To own and deliver UK payrolls for a range of international businesses. Working closely with a group of clients to professionally deliver a quality payroll service. Working in collaboration with iiPAY’s payroll team based in the UK & US to service a wide range of global clients.

Key objectives of the role

The successful candidate requires experience, skills and a proven track record in the following areas:

Payroll delivery and service level management

Delivering accurate and compliant UK payroll processing for a group of assigned clients and payrolls, co-ordinating the client’s requirements and managing the process.

Scheduling and time management

Managing and delivering client payrolls against the agreed schedule – communicating directly with clients to meet or exceed the client deadlines. Escalating issues within client and iiPAY to meet and exceed agreed service level agreement.

Operational excellence

Individually and as a team member strive to improve the systems, processes and payroll delivery environment to maximise the efficiency and accuracy of our client contracts. Maintaining a high customer satisfaction rating.


Managing and maintaining clear and informative communications to clients, our partners, implementation team and client account managers.

Country legislation knowledge

Take responsibility for being the primary operations contact point for the UK, developing and maintaining detailed knowledge of the statutory processes and legislative deadlines.

Working closely with the implementations team to take-on new payrolls and clients.

Project delivery

Owning or contributing to specific company projects such as improving and/or changing systems, processes or functions within the business.

Escalation and problem resolution

Owning, managing and resolving client escalations, seeking help and advice where needed. Working with the payroll provider management team to enhance and develop the processes and outcomes for our partner network.

What we are looking for in you

An individual to be a Senior member of the team who has worked in a multi-client payroll environment, managing a diversity of payroll transactions.

Proven track record of delivering UK payrolls whilst adhering to strict service level agreements. Competent with all UK complexities, including different terms and conditions and treatment of elements.

Experience of different pension schemes, salary sacrifice schemes, restricted stock units.

Experience of working with international clients both small and large (FTSE & Fortune 500), demonstrating the ability to communicate clearly and gain trust with your client contacts.

Highly motivated and driven professional, with excellent communication skills and a track record of delivering high levels of customer satisfaction.

Experience of working within a regulated (ISAE 3402 / SSAE 16) service delivery environment.

To be fully compliant with all UK legislation, statutory monthly and yearly requirements.

Excellent communication and organisation skills.

Ability to build strong relationships with clients and colleagues.

Ability to work under pressure.


System and qualifications

  • CIPP desirable
  • Advanced excel
  • Salary negotiable

A leading firm of chartered accountants are seeking an experienced Payroll Team Leader to join their busy and growing office.

Salary: £26,000

The Role:

  • Processing end to end client payroll in a busy team.
  • Manage your own portfolio of complex clients.
  • Manage the workload of the team.
  • Statutory payments – Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc.
  • Processing of Year End procedures.
  • Provide 1st line support for payroll queries.
  • Liaise with HMRC when required.
  • Process Tax Code changes.
  • Manual calculations.

If you are eager to secure a new role and believe you have what it takes to manage a small team while handling your own payroll deadlines, waste no time and apply today!

Job Description

£25k + benefits

A leading Gloucestershire-based organisation are seeking the services of a 1st class, experienced Payroll Administrator to join their busy team.

Key responsibilities

  • Processing end to end client payroll in a busy team.
  • Manage your own portfolio of complex clients.
  • Statutory payments – Statutory Sick Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, PAYE and National Insurance etc.
  • Processing of Year End procedures.
  • Provide 1st line support for payroll queries.
  • Liaise with HMRC when required.
  • Process Tax Code changes.
  • Manual calculations.


  • 2-3 years’ experience working in a busy payroll function.
  • Grade C and above at GCSE English & Maths.
  • CIPP qualified (desirable).
  • Ability to work on own initiative, working within a team and the ability to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent organisation skills with the ability to multi-task.

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, please don’t hesitate to apply now!