Payroll Officer

Employer
Reed
Location
Chelmsford, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Sep 20, 2019
Closes
Sep 28, 2019
Ref
1249043031
Job Role
Payroll
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Dedicated Payroll Officer Perm, Full time role based in central Chelmsford up to 28k. Knowledge Required:
• Basic understanding and knowledge of banking methods and accounting principles.
• Basic understanding and knowledge of all company specific procedures.
• Detailed understanding of integrated Oracle Payroll/HR software package.
• Detailed understanding of payroll legislation. Skills Required:
• Ability to prioritise and organise own workload to ensure that deadlines are adhered to.
• Ability to work under pressure and without supervision.
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to develop and sustain relationships with both internal and external customers.
• Good communication skills
• Good numerical and analytical skills.
• Oracle payroll/HR software package
• Attention to detail IT skills Job Objectives:
• To assist in producing the monthly payroll on a timely and accurate basis. To upload payslips on to Oracle Self-Serve each month.
• To administer the salaries control ledger on an accurate and timely basis.
• To assist with reconciling on a monthly basis the income tax and NI balances for checking by the Head of Payroll before submission to Finance for the payment to be made to HMRC.
• To ensure the appropriate deductions of benefits are made from payroll and to assist with the reconciling of the monthly season ticket ledger held by Finance.
• To assist with the savings club ledger on an accurate and timely basis.
• To assist with the tax year end and completing the P35 declaration in an accurate and timely manner for submission to HMRC.
• To assist in producing P11D's on an annual basis in a timely and accurate manner, providing a copy of each P11D for the appropriate staff member
• To deal with telephone enquiries promptly referring the query to the appropriate person when the query falls outside own knowledge and experience.
• To liaise with other associated individuals and departments within the Company as required (i.e) Finance department, IT department.
• To keep up-to-date with changes in payroll and taxation legislation that may impact on the processing and payment of remuneration.
• To ensure payroll files are in good order and that all communications with employees and outside companies are accurately recorded as per the Company's Professional Standards Manual.
• To exercise judgement when reviewing payroll files, referring to a senior colleague where appropriate.
• To ensure that all payroll procedures maintain compliance with Sarbanes Oxley standards and requirements.
• To provide assistance to employees with any queries or request for clarification that may occur. Please contact me for further information.

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