£20k currently but up to £25k for highly experienced candidates
3+ month contract, potentially 14 month contract
Payroll Analyst (Temporary)
We are looking for an experienced Payroll Analyst on a temporary basis. Responsible for the processing of designated payrolls, both monthly and weekly, to produce accurate and timely payments to all employees and third parties.
•To process the monthly/weekly payrolls, inputting data, and updating the records on the payroll system to produce accurately and timely payments to all.
•Control and validate all variable cash and hours input for the payroll, via either, manual input or the Time and Attendance system. (SAP SYSTEM) •Respond to enquiries from both employees and external bodies on payment related matters.
•To assist in the day to day maintenance of all pension scheme records.
•To be actively involved in the development of the payroll system and its associated procedures.
•To process and extract data from the Time & Attendance system to import to payroll. (SAP)
•To assist in the control and development of departmental procedures in accordance with Quality requirements.
•To administer and process Statutory Payments for SMP, SPP, SAP,SHPP and SSP, as appropriate.
•To administer and process elements of pay under the salary sacrifice schemes i.e., Childcare Vouchers and Cycle to Work.
•To conform to Data Protection requirements regarding all data processed, accessed and distributed from the system.
•To perform any other duties to meet operational and development needs.
•Self-motivated, able to work independently and as a team member
•High level of numeracy and accuracy
•Accuracy and attention to detail
•Strong planning and organising skills
•Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Required Knowledge and Experience:
•Proven experience of working in a payroll department, processing Statutory Payments for example, SSP, SMP etc.
•Advanced knowledge and experience in using Microsoft Excel and other office applications.
•Knowledge of computerised payroll systems such as Payrite
•Knowledge and experience of Government legislation.
•Knowledge and application of Data Protection legislation
•Knowledge of SAP system desirable
•CIPP Qualification desirable Volvo Group UK Ltd are an Equal Opportunities Employer About us The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines under the leading brands Volvo, Renault Trucks, Mack, UD Trucks, Eicher, SDLG, Terex Trucks, Prevost, Nova Bus, UD Bus, Sunwin Bus and Volvo Penta. Volvo Group Human Resources contributes to realizing the vision of the Volvo Group by driving the development of a global team of high performing people to meet the Group’s business needs, and by delivering training and development through Volvo Group University and HR administration and support through HR Services.
With Volvo Group Human Resources you will be part of a global and diverse team of highly skilled professionals who work with passion, trust each other and embrace change to stay ahead.
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