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Date Added: Tue 17/01/2023

Payroll Administrator

Malton, YO17, UK
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Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: £23500/annum

Job Purpose

The position of Payroll Administrator carries considerable shared responsibility. As a member of a small team you shall be expected to take a full and active role in the administrative duties of a busy department.

Ensuring that the routine tasks are carried out, you will prove to be efficient and proactive with work rate and accuracy being of paramount importance to this position.

Key Accountabilities

You must be able to work on your own initiative and be extremely confident when dealing with people both face to face and over the telephone.

This demanding role requires high energy and flexibility levels, as each task has to be completed on time and to high standards of accuracy. You will be an excellent communicator with a professional attitude and have an exceptional eye for detail.

Skills and Experience Required

The work of the Payroll Administrator varies according to the daily requirements of the site, but is likely to include the following activities:

* Acting as a key contact with employees and other site administrators

* Assisting with overall payroll preparation for up to 3000 employees on a wide variety of payrolls with both monthly and weekly pay frequency

* Auditing of payroll information and documentation to ensure appropriate authorisation

* Input of both permanent and temporary data to payroll system.

* Reconciliation of data.

* General administration.

Data input is set against strict deadlines and therefore work rate and accuracy are of paramount importance to this position.

Keyboard experience and knowledge of excel spreadsheets is essential and proven experience of working in a Wages function would be a definite advantage. The role will require a degree of instruction, both in the practicalities of office based data input and in order to gain an appreciation of factory practices, which impinge directly on office administration.

Training will be 'hands on' and will be delivered at appropriate intervals by departmental colleagues. Training is to be a wholly participative exercise and its delivery need not always be formal.

The office can be extremely busy and on occasions the Payroll Office is required to liaise on work related matters by telephone with external bodies. The Administrator must therefore conduct themselves at all times in a professional and responsible manner.

Please call Jo for more information
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