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Payroll Specialist (Part time)

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  • Contract
  • Nottingham

Job Role: Payroll Specialist (12 Month FTC)
Location: Nottingham City Centre
Hours: Part-time 20 hours flexi
Salary: 25-30k plus attractive benefits package.

Harper Recruitment Group are recruiting for a talented, pro-active Payroll Specialist to join a leading banking giant, you will be a key part of their Nottingham City Centre HR team.

We are looking for a candidate who is an ITrent expert who can manage the payroll provider relationship.

Duties and objectives of the role will include:

Act as lead on Payroll projects: knowledge of pension schemes, maternity/paternity/adoption, payroll systems and inland revenue, HMRC and national insurance regulations
Implement working regulations surrounding statutory and company sick pay
Manage the third-party supplier to ensure all employee payments are made accurately and promptly
Monitor employee records through the ITrent HR & Payroll system
Producing MI and monthly payroll reports
Overseeing the payroll process

Who should apply?

Recent working experience with ITrent HR & Payroll system
Proven ability to manage payroll relationships with third parties
Generous holiday & benefits package

This role is initially for a 12 month contract and can start immediately, submit your CV today to apply!

If you feel you meet all the required specification please submit you CV today for our team to review. Unfortunately, we are unable to contact all candidates due to the large volume of applications we receive. If you have not heard from a consultant within the next three days please assume that you have not been successful on this occasion. Please do not hesitate to apply for other suitable roles in the future.

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