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Date Advertised:15th May 2018
Start Date:14th June 2018
Payroll Administrator / Payroll Clerk / Payroll Supervisor / Payroll Manager - Watford, Hertfordshire. Salary £25,000 - £35,000. This is a full-time position Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm (Flexibility on working hours)
A medium size sub-contractor that undertake construction of Concrete Basements and Reinforced Concrete Frames are looking to recruit a temporary to permanent Payroll Administrator to be based at their newly refurbished head office in Watford.
An exciting position to join the team of a forward thinking and rapidly expanding Construction company.
The main roles and responsibilities will include:
To process weekly payroll and work effectively with team members to ensure that all site operatives are paid correctly and timely.
Collate weekly hours worked as detailed on circa 400 timesheets provided from over 20 live sites. Identify and resolve any discrepancies in these timesheets and ensure they are logged to the correct job number.
Update both the weekly and labour spreadsheets to maintain an accurate history of hours paid
Maintaining payroll records within the department, including sick records, holiday records, starters and leavers, and filing information in site operative personnel files.
Maintain and monitor all holiday information including inputting information into all relevant spreadsheets
Deal with all pay and holiday queries which may arise from individual site operatives
Liaise with managers / payroll companies with regard to site operatives, headcount, cut-off dates and payroll queries as they may arise
Determine the payroll cut-off dates for future months and communicate these
Processing starters and leavers.
Dealing with payroll queries from managers, site operatives and payroll companies resolving these
Producing reports for managers and the accounts team.
Any such other reasonable duties as may be determined
To be considered for this post you should have previous experience of working in a payroll role (preferred experience in construction setting) and possess strong and accurate numeracy skills. Working knowledge of payroll processes and regulations. Problem solving skills, with the ability to anticipate potential problems and overcome problems effectively. You must be a good team player, having a high level of interpersonal and communication skills as you will need to grow relationships with site operatives, subcontractors and payroll companies. You will need to be self-disciplined and able to work to deadlines whilst being organised, meticulous and paying attention to detail. You must be discreet and maintain confidentiality. An aptitude for IT and competence in the use of software packages including Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to join our client at a crucial stage of its development and expansion