Payroll Admin
Pension, Free Lunch, Paid overtime

Payroll Administrator

Ref: 102| Posted: 16th Mar 2020

Payroll Administrator


£22,000 + Excellent Benefits

You will be working as part of a team for a well-established Commercial Contractor consisting of around 40 people. The work can sometimes be fast paced and intense but also rewarding.

You will be reporting to your Team Leader on a day to day basis and working as part of the team and alone.

We have a bespoke software called Merit Software. Knowledge of this would be a benefit but not essential as training will be given.

General Duties

As a Payroll Administrator, there will be several tasks that will be expected from you, some of these are detailed below.

·         Answering incoming phone calls from clients and workers and returning these calls if necessary.

·         Checking our bespoke software (Merit Software) for Pay information, updating details. Leaving detailed diary notes in            records.

·         Dealing with inbound emails from clients for invoicing requests. This information will need to be added to our client tracking             spreadsheet and the team informed.

·         Dealing with other emails from workers requesting for P45/P60/SOE’s.

·         Marking up all Hours on Hold for the payroll administrator to release by the agreed deadlines.

·         Completing DWP paperwork and returning it to them.

·         Reloading and Printing of P45’s.

·         Daily/Hourly downloads of HMRC Gateway notifications.

Payroll Duties

· Importing timesheets by using our import spreadsheet. These are completed by clients and emailed to us. Along with importing     we also do manual timesheets.

· Producing system invoices/credits via the invoicing procedures. Along with system invoicing we also do manual invoices/credits.

·         Timesheet Prelist – This needs to be checking daily and all queries/issues dealt with accordingly.

·         Matching and Releasing Timesheets for Payrolls.

·         Trial the payroll and checking for any anomalies.

·         Running a Payroll – Remembering to include all steps for reporting and processing.

·         Dealing with and Processing HOH.

·         Processing Payroll Adjustments.

·         Client Payroll Queries.

·         Explained Payslips/Remittances to workers/subcontractors.

·         Payroll Deductions / Fee Adjustments / Check DWP Deductions.

·         Checking and inputting backdated VAT.

·         Payroll Reconciliation Spreadsheet.