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  • Location:

    Broughton

  • Sector:

    Finance & Accountancy

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £10 - £14.50 per hour

  • Contact:

    Jake Appleton

  • Email:

    jake.appleton@yolkrecruitment.com

  • Contact phone:

    02921 67 37 46

  • Job ref:

    BH-29906

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

  • Expiry date:

    06 January 2050

  • Start date:

    2022-08-21

Payroll Advisor - £14.50 per hour PAYE - 6 Months - Broughton, Flintshire - SINGLE STAGE PROCESS

Yolk Recruitment are recruiting for a Payroll Advisor to work on a 6 month contract in Broughton for our client that specialises within the engineering sphere.

Responsibilities:

Process Payroll related transactions from internal stakeholders, such as:

  • Detached Duty, Standby, On Call

  • One time payment submissions

  • Memberships, Loans, PASS scheme

  • Working Party Subsistence

  • P45 / New Starter Declarations

  • Settlement Agreements

  • Court Orders

Process Time related transactions from internal stakeholders, such as:

  • Overtime

  • Shift Changes

  • Sickness

  • Phased Return To Work

  • Time Savings Accounts, Salary Offset



Process HR Administration related activities:

  • Complete transactions in relation to all HR administration activities, for example references and solicitors letters

  • Provide first level support to all clients on the flexible benefits platform

  • Maintain e-pay tool and provide first line of support when dealing with stakeholder queries.

  • Produce documents through mail merge for internal mail shots and divisional correspondence

  • Manage all aspects of the relationship with the external e-payslip provider.

  • E-mail Archiving. o Maintain and improve processes utilised within the team.

  • Support and deliver all other HR administration requests, as required.


Key Qualities:

Customer focused and results orientated, with a logical approach to completing tasks.
Be able to work using own initiative and develop effective solutions to problems.
Must be a team player and proactively assist other team members when needed.
Have a strong ‘personal branding’ and demonstrate a ‘can-do’ attitude in all areas.
Ability to work under pressure to agreed deadlines.
Work with minimum supervision, self-motivated.
Excellent interpersonal skills, be well organised and have a flexible approach.
Committed to support continuous improvements.
Organisational and planning skills are essential to this role.