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Payroll Specialist

Portfolio Payroll
Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Sep 24, 2022

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Full Time
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The Payroll Specialist works as part of the Payroll Team to ensure timely and accurate preparation and submission of the monthly payroll for all entities (UK and other jurisdictions), ensuring we are compliant with country specific legislation.

This role is hybrid.

As a Payroll Specialist, you'll be:

  • Monthly Payrolls
  • Working on the monthly payroll timetable to ensure that monthly payroll-processing timelines are met, whilst allowing sufficient time for reviews.
  • Processing, collating and submitting data including;
  • Salaries
  • Overtime
  • Commission
  • Bonuses
  • Pensions
  • Share Options and Share Incentive Plan
  • Maternity/Paternity/Adoption pay
  • Sickness
  • Benefits
  • Work with various departments on accuracy and timing of data received.
  • As part of the team of Payroll Specialists, working to ensure all timelines are met.
  • Monthly reconciliations for payroll elements and payments to HMRC and other third parties.
  • Monthly Payroll Journal Preparation to Oracle Accounting System.
  • Conduct review procedures and prepare files for review by Senior Manager Payroll.
  • Payroll compliance, reporting and global mobility
  • Ensuring all International Payroll Providers have correct information for both Rackers and the company;
  • Tracking Global Mobility and ensuring necessary actions are taken in relevant payrolls
  • Supporting the preparation of and validating submissions for Company annual returns across UK and non-UK payrolls, liaising with external in country experts as required. Including but not limited to payroll, pension, taxes, stock and fringe benefits returns as required by jurisdiction.

Person Specification

  • Workday/TMF experience an advantage
  • Desire to learn
  • Self-starter, motivated to provide the highest possible level of responsiveness and performance as part of a small team
  • Excel intermediate experience required as a minimum.
  • Outstanding communication and relationship building skills
  • The ability to work effectively with people in a high-growth, fast paced environment and drive results
  • A passion for customer service with contagious enthusiasm and energy
  • Attention to quality of work
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work as an effective team member, along with the ability to apply logical thinking and a good reasoning ability
  • Good organisational skills



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