Payroll Manager - CIPP qualified (London)
£40,000 - £50,000 per annum
Do you hold a CIPP qualification?
Ford & Stanley – The Rail Recruitment Experts are recruiting for a Payroll Manager to work for their client who are a growing multidisciplinary railway engineering company.
- You will be responsible for working in a business-critical role providing a timely and accurate payroll service whilst reporting directly to the Head of HR.
- The role involves working within a small team in a complex T&C’s environment, supporting various internal and external stakeholders.
- You will also have the responsibility of managing the payroll and benefits for a circa of 1400 employees.
Role and Responsibilities
- Ensure the monthly, lunar and weekly pay are calculated accurately and efficiently.
- Monitoring the organisation's payroll systems comply with relevant regulations, policies and ensure pay is calculated accurately and efficiently.
- Monitoring and reporting on time sheet submission, sickness policy compliance and holiday allowance compliance to enable business managers to carry out their duties effectively whilst providing a centre of expertise and support network where this is needed.
- Ensure that all legislative payroll deadlines are met on a monthly and annual basis and that relevant submissions comply with relevant regulation (e.g. P35/P60, P11D) and legislation (Data Protection Act 1984).
- Produce management reports as required such as pay trends/forecast data for the management team.
- Implement and develop payroll processes across the organisation.
- Ensure there are minimum payroll errors across all payrolls.
- Minimum Level 4 CIPP payroll qualification required
- At least 4 to 5 years relevant practical experience of working with complex Terms & Conditions in a highly pressurised environment.
- Experience in managing in-house payroll essential
- Proven experience in working in a high-volume Payroll function including a fast-paced team environment.
- Good understanding and knowledge of the recent changes in legislation.
25th November 2019
- £45,000 +