Payroll Administrator
Leaders
Crowthorne Branch, GB
1d ago

LRG is one of the largest multi-faceted property companies in the UK. Our brands include Leaders, Romans, Boyer, Gibbs-Gillespie, Moginie James, Outlook Property, scottfraser, Hill & Clarke, Revolution, Dunlop Heywood, Mortgage Scout, Bode Insurance Services, Three Sixty Space and Three Sixty Maintenance.

All of which are supported by a centralised specialist team.

Our teams are experienced in their industries and local areas, providing a market-leading service and advice to a huge variety of customers across the country.

Many of our brands are regularly recognised with awards for the work they do.

Our brands have been operational for over 30 years and through a combination of acquisition and organic growth, we are continuing to grow all areas of our business and, we are not done yet!

We are always looking for individuals that are driven, creative and ambitious to succeed.

There are many different upskilling opportunities available across the business covering a wide variety of job roles, and can lead to professional qualifications.

Subject to management approval we allow you to study alongside your normal duties and your training costs are funded by us.

By joining us you will get a lot more than just a career, we want to ensure that you never stand still and are always fulfilling your potential.

Benefits

  • Competitive Salary
  • 22 days annual leave (plus bank holidays) increasing by 1 day each year up to an additional 5 days of leave
  • An additional 10 days holiday every 5 years of service
  • LRG Extras - Staff discounts with many retailers
  • Free 24 hour Employee assistance programme
  • Staff discount on property and financial services
  • Salary sacrifice pension
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Family friendly Maternity, Adoption ,Paternity and parental bereavement policies (subject to conditions)
  • Annual award incentives
  • Refer a friend bonus of up to £400
  • Support to gain relevant professional qualifications
  • The Role

    As a Payroll Administrator you will assist with the preparation and processing of monthly payrolls in line with current contractual and statutory legislation whilst ensuring the Group’s deadlines are met.

    Responsibilities

  • Assist with all aspects of the preparation and processing of monthly payrolls including starters, leavers, changes to terms and conditions, absence processing and adjustments
  • Maintenance of static pay data records e.g. employees’ personal information, role and departmental information and any occupational pay entitlements
  • Payroll Forms processing and other variable pay input either via csv payroll load or manual data entry
  • Processing of employee statutory leave and payments including preparation of maternity pay schedules
  • Setting up of court orders and other Attachments of Earnings Orders against an employee’s payroll record
  • Processing of sick and other absence data to ensure correct adjustments to pay are made including any payments of occupational or statutory sick pay
  • Processing of deductions from pay for any company car related costs and refunds where applicable
  • Issuing of payslips and P45s to leavers
  • Respond and fulfil requests from employees and the wider Finance team for duplicate documentation, bank details etc
  • Liaise with HR Department to ensure accurate flow of information
  • Taking telephone calls and email enquiries to resolve any payroll queries from employees, managers and external agencies
  • Deal with any day to day correspondence and answer requests for information received from both internal and external sources
  • Assist with the distribution of gift cards to employees and third party referrals
  • Assist the Payroll Finance Assistant with the maintenance of the Group’s automated expenses system Webexpenses, including user accounts, approval routes, expense categories and coding information
  • Administration of regular monthly and ad-hoc payment requests
  • Required Skills and Experience

  • Up to date working knowledge of payroll legislation and prior payroll experience is essential for this role
  • Experience of working on high volume payrolls is also desirable
  • A CIPP or equivalent payroll qualification would be advantageous but not essential
  • Excellent time management, organisational and customer service skills
  • Tact and discretion ability to work within the boundaries of confidentiality and GDPR
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Good IT skills, in particular Microsoft Excel
  • Working Hours

    Monday-Friday 8 : 30am-5 : 30pm

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