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Payroll Team Leader

Role: Payroll Team Leader

Location: Wolverhampton - Hybrid working

Type: Temporary - Full Time

Duration: Three to Six months

Hourly rate: £11 to £16 per hour plus holiday pay

Do you want to work in an energetic team that delivers an efficient and effective Payroll Service? Do you want to provide support and input into the organisations long term strategy? Are you looking for an opportunity that allows you to work from home for part of the week?

Due to an increased workload, our Client are looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking Payroll Team Leader who will ensure a high quality, comprehensive, effective and efficient Payroll service that ensures the timely payment of all employee remuneration, expenses and allowances in accordance with statutory requirements.

Key responsibilities for the Payroll Team Leader:

  • To be responsible for accurately calculating and administering a designated payroll portfolio
  • To be responsible for the line management of the team
  • To effectively manage and plan own and departments workload
  • To review Payroll processes and ensure they are effective and efficient
  • To manage the payroll element of the auto enrolment process
  • To process statutory and non-statutory returns in accordance with appropriate timescales
  • To ensure that all relevant monthly and annual reconciliations are carried out
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • To ensure adequate training is provided

Person Specification for the Payroll Team Leader

  • An experienced Payroll professional
  • Experience in managing and training staff
  • High level of analytical skills
  • The ability to work under own initiatives
  • The ability to make decisions quickly

If you believe that you are well-suited to this excellent opportunity which provides autonomy whist working in an experienced team, please apply. For additional information, please contact Adam Rouse at Sellick Partnership. The closing date for CVs is Friday June 24th due to the urgent requirement of this role.

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