Payroll Advisor (BBBH13362) Broughton, Wales

Salary: GBP16 - GBP19.19 per hour


On behalf of our client, we are seeking a Payroll Advisor to join on an initial 6-month contract. As the Payroll Advisor, you will work as part of a payroll support and HR Administration team responsible for processing of a broad range of payroll-related transactions received from internal stakeholders, whilst adhering to Service Level Agreements.

Role: Payroll Advisor
Pay: £19.19 per hour via Umbrella
Hours: Monday to Friday, 35 hours a week
Contract: 6-month contract
Location: Broughton – Hybrid working
IR35 Status: Inside
SC Clearance: BPSS

Key Accountabilities

Process Payroll related transactions from internal stakeholders, such as:

  • Detached Duty, Standby, On Call
  • Onetime payment submissions
  • Memberships, Loans, PASS scheme
  • Working Party Subsistence
  • P45 / New Starter Declarations
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Court Orders



Process Time related transactions from internal stakeholders, such as:

  • Overtime
  • Shift Changes
  • Sickness
  • Phased Return to Work
  • Time Savings Accounts, Salary Offset



Process HR Administration related activities:

  • Complete transactions in relation to all HR administration activities, for example references and solicitors’ letters
  • Provide first level support to all clients on the flexible benefits platform.
  • Maintain e-pay tool and provide first line of support when dealing with stakeholder queries.
  • Produce documents through mail merge for internal mail shots and divisional correspondence
  • Manage all aspects of the relationship with the external e-payslip provider.
  • E-mail Archiving.
  • Maintain and improve processes utilised within the team.
  • Support and deliver all other HR administration requests, as required.



Handle customer queries either via telephone or e-mail.

Test SAP system configuration changes, as required.

Key Qualities

  • Customer focused and results orientated, with a logical approach to completing tasks.
  • Be able to work using own initiative and develop effective solutions to problems.
  • Must be a team player and proactively assist other team members when needed.
  • Have a strong ‘personal branding’ and demonstrate a ‘can-do’ attitude in all areas.
  • Ability to work under pressure to agreed deadlines.
  • Work with minimum supervision, self-motivated.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, be well organised and have a flexible approach.
  • Committed to support continuous improvements.
  • Organisational and planning skills are essential to this role.



Knowledge and Experience

  • Experience within a payroll environment, with particular focus on payroll data input and handling payroll queries.
  • Knowledge of PAYE, SMP, SPP, SSP, Student Loans, Pensions, and other deductions.
  • Experience of a computerised payroll system (SAP would be desirable).
  • Experience of working in a busy office environment and performing a broad range of administrative duties
  • Proven customer service experience both verbal and written.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, or G Suite, especially word processing and spreadsheet applications.


Qualifications

  • Good standard of academic education and/or relevant vocational training


If you are interested in applying for this position and you meet the requirements, please send your updated CV to: Ellie Laflain at Line Up Aviation
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