Payroll & Time Sheet Administrator

Recruiter
Bespoke
Location
London
Salary
28000-32000 per annum
Posted
22 February 2019
Closes
22 March 2019
Ref
45520
Job Function
Other
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Payroll and time sheet administrator required for a design studio that has won awards for its architecture, interior design and masterplanning. You will be joining their north London studio, working closely with the finance director, accounts manager, accounts team and HR team to process payroll and maintain and manage the time recording system.

Key Responsibilities

  • Carry out monthly company payroll to include processing of all starters, leavers, changes and pension data.
  • Keep and update accurate information of employee personal information.
  • Monthly update of all HMRC information.
  • Prepare reports following the process of payroll for finance purposes as required.
  • In conjunction with HR, deal with payroll and pension queries.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of all employee personal information.
  • Action all company and employee pension contributions.
  • Managing auto-enrollment through payroll and pension company.
  • Updating pension provider of employment/employee changes on a monthly basis, such as joiners, leavers, address changes etc.
  • Routine pension calculations where required.
  • Completing reviews of company scheme against the external market.
  • Create and manage group structure, and personnel profiles.
  • Ensure all time sheets are completed by monthly deadline.
  • Review, authorise and import completed time sheets.
  • Manage and report to staff their holiday, time off in lieu (TOIL) and overtime status as required, and liaise with HR for monthly payroll purposes.
  • ETCi timesheet software training for all new starters in the London office.
  • Issue holiday entitlement to all staff on a quarterly basis.
  • Ad hoc administration within the wider accounts team and HR team as required.

Skills and Experience

  • Payroll processing experience.
  • Payroll software experience, Sage preferred.
  • Payroll processing experience.
  • Payroll software experience, Sage preferred.
  • Working knowledge of pension schemes.
  • Compliance with legislative rules and regulations.
  • Effective and strong ongoing communication with HR.
  • Experience in payroll administration.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and time management skills.
  • Experience of payroll software, Sage preferred.
  • Knowledge of HMRC processes.

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