Senior Payroll Officer Job In Brighton, Brighton And Hove

Published 2021-11-24
Expires 2021-12-24
ID #762855384
32000 £
Senior Payroll Officer Job In Brighton, Brighton And Hove
United Kingdom, East Sussex, Brighton,
Published November 24, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior payroll officer
Min. Salary: 25000.00

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Job title: Senior Payroll Officer

Contract: Full Time, Permanent Contract

Salary: up to £32,000 pa

Expected start date: 19/12/2021

We are seeking a Senior Payroll Officer to join our Finance department based in our Head Office in Brighton.

Key Responsibilities:

Providing essential support to the Head of Finance and delivering payroll services to our staff based in Brighton and London.

Duties include:

* Preparation of monthly payroll to the AGS One Group

* Applying HMRC tax code changes and other information necessary for payroll

* Distribution of payslips to staff

* Payment run reconciliation and other relevant reconciliations

* Preparation of submissions and payments to HMRC and other government bodies for processing

* Preparation of submissions and payments to workplace pension body (NEST)

* Distribution of relevant reports within the AGS Group, as necessary

* Dealing with payroll queries and liaising with other departments and clients, as necessary

* Ensuring correct set up of new staff on Kronos and ensuring relevant information is dealt with in payroll

* Ensuring correct termination of leavers on Kronos and ensuring relevant information is dealt with in payroll, including production of forms P45

* Net wages reconciliations before and after payroll

* Maintenance of fortnightly holiday spreadsheet

* Production and distribution for forms P60

* Preparation and upload of journals for all payrolls across the business, including the fortnightly temporary payroll

* Assisting with general Finance Dept duties as and when required

Credentials/Training & Experience required

* It is essential that you are AAT or MAAT qualified or equivalent

* Proficient in the use of Sage Payroll Professional and have experience of working within a large payroll department of 220+ employees

* A knowledge of the UK payroll tax system and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel is also essential

* You will need to be an excellent communicator and well organised

* The ability to work independently or as part of a team

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    Ags Support Services
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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