Company: TOGETHER TRUST
Job Type: Apprenticeship, FullTime
Salary: £30,951.00 per annum
We are seeking a well organised, results-driven person to lead and manage a high quality, efficient and effective payroll and pensions service for the Trust. About You
- You will have significant experience of working in a senior payroll position preferably gained in a care-related organisation with a complex payroll.
- You will have in depth and up-to date knowledge of all payroll matters and payroll related legislation.
- You will have good numeracy and spreadsheet skills and be experienced in using accounts software.
- You will demonstrate the ability to lead, supervise and manage the performance of team members.
- You must be able to adopt a strategic approach whilst having the ability to thoroughly investigate problematic accounts and to engage with detail.
- You will need to be courteous and professional, whilst having the conﬁdence to assertively deal with payroll matters.
- A high standard of written and oral English is essential as you will need to be able to communicate clearly with internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
- The ability to prioritise and coordinate your own work and the work of the team is essential.
You will embrace and champion the core values of the Together Trust, which are:Positive
- We take pride in celebrating the difference we makeProfessional
- We act in a fair and respectable way that recognises our collective expertisePassionate
- We encourage creative ideas and inspire one anotherSupportive
- We are considerate and caring towards one anotherThe role
The role will involve:
- Managing and delivering the full end to end process of a timely and accurate payroll and pension service, ensuring confidentiality of staff records at all times
- Leading and managing a small team of staff to achieve outstanding results
- Planning and co-ordinating the workload of the team
- Ensuring all remuneration is paid to staff accurately and in line with contractual and legislative requirements
- Ensuring all payroll deductions are made correctly, in line with legislation and within the required deadlines
- Delivering of accurate payments to staff and appropriate third parties
- Ensuring the Trust is abreast of all payroll related legislation, and that legislation is implemented by the Trust in accordance with technical guidance
- Primary contact for all payroll and pension queries both external and internal acting promptly and in a professional manner
- Responsibility for all pension administration processes
- Managing and developing payroll processes, embracing continual business transformation and improvement
This is a role within our busy, friendly Central Services Finance Department.
A ﬂexible approach is essential as you may be required to assist with other priority tasks within our ﬁnance function and may be expected to deputise for senior colleagues.
A strong work ethic and commitment to the Trust’s values and charitable aims is essential.
The post is based in our ofﬁces in Cheadle (currently temporarily working from home).
This is a full time post of hours per week. Benefits
You'll get to help the people we support celebrate along the road to a brighter future.
And, be part of an incredible team of like-minded peers.
Together we work hard, laugh a lot, and support each other.
We also have a range of rewards and benefits for our staff:
- 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays.
Pro rated for part time roles) rising to 27 days after 5 years and 30 days after 10 years.
- A company pension plan with 7% employer contribution
- Opportunity to purchase a health plan to claim towards therapy, dental and more
- Unlimited access to our employee assistance programme for advice and support
- Support from mental health first aiders
- Follow your ambitions and progress your career through on-the-job training, apprenticeships and qualifications