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This area of our website is dedicated specifically to contractors who are currently working with Sellick Partnership.
We welcome enquiries from professionals who are either looking for a new contract, or who are considering moving away from a permanent position. With extensive sector knowledge and a vast network of clients, Sellick Partnership are ideally positioned to place professionals into roles on a temporary and contract basis across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
The following links will be helpful when considering your next contract role:
View information on umbrella providers - why and how to use
View information on Personal Service Companies
View information on Personal Service Company Insurance
You can submit your time-sheet by visiting our online portal
Becoming a contractor
With benefits including flexibility, the opportunity to expand your skillset and experience a wide range of sectors, contracting may be the path for you - contact us today for more information on how we can assist.
How do you get paid?
- Umbrella Workers – here you are an employee of the umbrella company, to be paid you must submit a weekly timesheet and the umbrella must send us a matching weekly purchase invoice. We will make payment to the umbrella. They will then process payment to you as your employer after deducting all necessary personal and company deductions. Often the umbrella will provide additional employment benefits such as private health care, insurance, childcare vouchers and enhanced pensions.
- Own Limited Company – often referred to as a Personal Service Company (PSC), you would be a Director of your own limited company submitting timesheets and your own invoices. This would be suitable for long term professional contractors who work in roles that are classified as outside of the tax legislation known as IR35.
- Agency PAYE – you engage directly with Sellick Partnership as an agency worker under a contract for service. You are working on the Sellick Partnership PAYE scheme but you are not an employee. To be paid you must submit a weekly timesheet within specified weekly deadlines, the payment you receive from us will be after all statutory deductions have been made.
Key Information Documents
What is the Key Information Document?
From April 2020 it was a requirement for employment businesses such as Sellick Partnership to provide any temporary workers they engage with a Key Information Document (KID). The purpose of this document is to clearly and succinctly set out the essential information a candidate requires prior to starting an assignment. The aim of the documents set out below, is to promote greater transparency and accountability in the relationship between an employment business and a temporary worker. The requirement to have a KID was developed as a response to increasing concern by the government following the Taylor Review regarding arrangements where a worker is supplied through an intermediary such as an umbrella company.
For your reference the requirement to provide a KID is set out in The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses (Amendment) Regulations 2019, which has amended the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 to contain an additional regulation, 13A, which covers the KID and what it needs to contain. These regulations came in to force from 6 April 2020 and it is now a requirement for employment businesses to provide a KID to all work seekers.
For more information about KIDs please follow this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/providing-a-key-information-document-for-agency-workers-guidance-for-employment-businesses
Please find the relevant documents below for reference: