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Payroll Administrator

  • Ulster
  • £15000 - 20000
  • Permanent full-time
  • Updated 19/05/2017
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Payroll Administrator required for busy Bureau


Job Title:           Payroll Administrator

Hours:               Full Time, Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, 37.5 hours per week

Job Profile:       Processing of payrolls for clients in busy bureau environment


Duties include:

  • Checking how many hours employees have worked

  • Calculating and issuing pay by BACS

  • Deducting tax and national insurance payments

  • Creating records for new employees

  • Processing holiday, sick and maternity pay and expenses

  • Calculating overtime, shift payments and pay increases

  • Issuing P45s and other tax forms

  • Working closely with all clients

  • Checking that accounts are accurate

  • Preparing wages and processing expenses claims

  • General administration duties

  • Ad hoc duties as when required


Personnel Specification (essential):

  • 2 years+ payroll experience

  • Confidence in working with numbers

  • Good IT skills

  • Good spoken and written communication skills

  • A high level if accuracy and attention to details

  • The ability to work well as part of a team

  • Good organisation and time management skills, for meeting strict deadlines

  • Honesty

  • Respect for confidential information

If you are interested in applying for this position, email and request an application form.

Payescape Ltd

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