Trainee Payroll and Pensions Administrator Worksop, Nottinghamshire Starting at £20,000, increasing to £21,000 after a successful probationary period
Trainee Payroll and Pensions AdministratorLocation: Worksop, Nottinghamshire | Salary: Starting at £20,000, increasing to £21,000 after a successful probationary period | Posted: 13 Jan 2021 | Closes: 27 Jan 2021 | Job Type: Permanent & Full-time | Region / Division: UK & Ireland | Reference: G4S/MS/2071
Are you a recent graduate or someone with the necessary skills who is looking to commence a career in payroll? We currently have an excellent opportunity that offers an opening into a permanent payroll position, offering full training and a rewarding career for the right candidate. If you are an ambitious, enthusiastic individual with strong analytical, numerical and communication skills, who is looking to progress in a large scale organization offering great company benefits, then this excellent opportunity could be the career step you are looking for. You will work at the heart of a growing business, who truly value their staff. In addition to this we will offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
G4S is the leading global integrated security company specialising in the provision of security products, services and solutions. The group is active in more than 110 countries, is the largest employer quoted on the London Stock Exchange with over 623,000 employees, and has a secondary stock exchange listing in Copenhagen. We specialise in outsourced business processes and facilities in sectors where security and safety risks are considered a strategic threat.
To assist in providing a comprehensive Gross to Net payroll & pension administration service to UK divisions adhering to deadlines to meet business requirements.
- Accurately process information onto the payroll and associated systems to enable accurate and appropriate payments.
- Communicate effectively, both written and verbal, with all internal and external stakeholders, in line with company policy and procedures.
- Understand and remain up to date with current HMRC regulations.
- Ensure pension deductions are correctly applied and deducted in line with company procedures and auto enrolment.
- Processing of statutory documentation.
- Ensure deadlines are adhered to.
- Assist in the production of up to date reports for all stakeholders, as required, so that information is current and accurate.
- Produce regular ad-hoc statistics and reports, as required, to ensure that accurate up to date information is readily available.
- Deal with all associated administration tasks to ensure that the payroll function runs smoothly and effectively.
- Support other team members to ensure the efficiency of the department is met.
- Enthusiastically participates in the achievement of the business goals and objectives.
- Actively works as part of a team
- Delivers results which contribute to the achievement of the business goals and objectives
- Displays adaptability and flexibility
- Uses time effectively and efficiently to meet deadlines and deliver objectives
The Ideal Candidate:
Skills and Knowledge
- This role requires a person who is organised, able to prioritise work, is flexible, can work to tight deadlines and produce accurate work to a high standard.
- The role requires the ability to work well with others at all levels throughout the company.
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.