Payroll Administrator - Equiom Scotland

Job purpose and overall objective

To undertake a range of duties on behalf of our payroll clients working alongside an experienced and qualified team using the latest systems.

Main or key responsibilities


Administering and processing client payroll submissions and auto enrolment requirements
Ensuring the timely receipt and processing of all payroll data in accordance with deadlines
Preparing standard client reports and administering PAYE/NIC/auto enrolment pensions
Paying payroll tax and any other required deductions
Providing support to clients via phone or email and liaising with HMRC as and when required
Managing customer data and any other associated administration
Housekeeping and procedural documentation

Essential experience and qualifications


Educated to a minimum of Higher Grade
Excellent IT skills
Possess an accurate and methodical approach to data handling

Desirable experience and qualification
Previous experience of handling and processing sensitive data

Personal attributes
Strong organisational skills
Professional and positive
Effective communicator
Excellent customer service/people skills
Good time management
Diligent, with attention to detail
Works well as part of a team
Desire to learn
A ‘can do’ attitude and willingness to go the extra mile when required

Use this link to apply now!

https://www.equiomgroup.com/en/jobs/payroll-administrator-equiom-scotland/

Posted by DYW I&C on 8 June 2018 at 14:26

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