Senior Payroll Administrator - Carer Payroll

Allied Healthcare
£22,000 per annum
03 Aug 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior Payroll Administrator – Carer Payroll Team Job Description
Reporting to the Payroll Manager, the Senior Payroll Administrator is responsible for the Weekly Team and for the administration of all Payrolls. This role requires you to be responsible for the day to day running of the team, escalating issues to Manager or Managers Line Manager or appointed cover in absence of the Manager.
Role & Responsibilities
 Implementing In year HMRC filing updates.
 Calculating manual SSP entitlement.
 Implementing/checking system generated SMP/SPP/SAP.
 Manual calculation of Suspension Pay.
 Processing of advances on the Bank Line.
 Implementing Advance deductions on payroll.
 Ensuring all Timesheets and Cost of Sales payments are imported into Payroll.
 Maintaining Pension processes and reporting.
 Maintaining holiday processes and calculations.
 Processing Leavers.
 Ensure all checking processes are completed and documented.
 Reconciling Payroll.
 Generating Payslip file.
 Producing all Reports to Finance/Intranet.
 Costing payrolls for Finance.
 Assuring that Team are fully trained to enable cover on all Pay Groups.
Core Skills & Competencies
Personal Attributes
 Disciplined individual with high standards and utmost integrity.
 A proven track record as a Team Leader.
 A good working knowledge of PAYE gained over a period of at least 3 years preferable, with some knowledge of Tupe regulations.
 A team player who can also work using their own initiative, with customer care and communication skills.
 High degree of self-motivation and commitment.
 An excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office is essential.
 Knowledge of Coldharbour Rostering system, Lotus Notes and IAW Payroll System would be preferred but training will be given In House.
Owner Human Resources Title
Senior Payroll Administrator – Carer Payroll Job

Team Player
 Valuing people as individuals and as members of a team and being committed to teamwork and co-operation.
 A real team is firmly and mutually committed to performance and has the following key attributes.
 Meaningful purpose.
 Specific performance goals.
 A common approach.
 Complementary skills.
 Mutual accountability.
Dealing with Customers – Branches and Head Office
 The Customer should be seen as a valued partner and it is your responsibility to ensure that requirements are met and problems are resolved quickly and effectively.
 You must base your decisions on an accurate assessment of issues raised by the Customer rather than guesswork.
 You must provide an excellent service to your Customers to ensure that all Employees are paid correctly and on time.
 Use of in-house systems to communicate effectively both to other Team members and Customers alike.
 Provide timely, relevant and structured information on which to base decisions and resist replacing real information with uncoordinated or irrelevant data.
 Ensure that you keep calm under pressure and always maintain a calming influence when dealing with emotionally charged issues.
 You must combine enthusiasm, drive and personal ambition with integrity to achieve and exceed in this role.