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HR & Payroll Administrator - EXPIRED

Job Title HR & Payroll Administrator - EXPIRED
Contract Type Permanent
Location Hertfordshire
Salary 18,500 pro-rata
Job Published 08 Nov 2016
REF J58286AM
Contact Name OS Perm Team
Contact Email

Job Description - EXPIRED

This well-known housing & community care charity provide a range of social housing, sports, health & wellbeing, children's services, youth & community activities for the benefit of local people & communities.  They are looking to recruit a Part-Time HR & Payroll Administrator on a permanent basis to provide an effective & efficient Payroll & HR Administration service.

Please note that this permanent role is Part-Time for a duration of 15 hours a week.  This can be worked across either 2 or 3 days per week.

Main responsibilities:

  • Ensuring timely submission & entry of monthly timesheets for payroll purposes
  • Liaising with outsourced payroll provider to make sure accurate payroll information is processed within deadlines
  • Collaborating with HR & Finance colleagues to complete monthly payroll & required audit information and year-end processing
  • Accurately updating entry & arching of joiners, leavers, relevant changes etc.
  • Providing statistical information to Heads of HR & Finance (recruitment, staff turnover, headcount, pension contributions etc.)

Essential Criteria:

  • Good understanding of payroll principles and processes
  • Previous experience of working within a HR/Payroll office environment.
  • Previous experience of payroll administration (in-house or with outsourced provider)
  • Good interpersonal skills, able to interact & collaborate with wide-range of people
  • Basic-Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Excel

If you are interested in applying, or you have a friend or colleague who might be interested, please email a CV to quoting the reference number in the subject line.

We value diversity at TPP and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Ref: EXPIRED - J58286AM | Published: 08th Nov 2016