Brighton College has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Payroll Officer to join the team based in East Sussex. You will work on a part time, permanent basis supporting the Senior Payroll Officer in all day-to-day Payroll activities.
In return you will receive a competitive salary of £22,000 - £25,000 pro rata (£11,733-£13,333 actual) depending on experience.
Responsibilities of our Assistant Payroll Officer:
- Running Payroll as and when required
- Supporting the Senior Payroll Officer in day-to-day work and projects as needed
- Recording staff absence
- Recording staff holiday
- Preparing monthly ‘Bradford Factor’ calculations for the Head of HR
- Completion of P11Ds
- Paying benefits in kind
- Preparation of information for submission to the provider of private medical cover, updating with joiners and removal of leavers
- Submitting monthly data to Teachers Pension and deal with all queries
- Recording monthly payroll journals.
- Mapping of data for GDPR
Our ideal Assistant Payroll Officer will have:
- Experience in Payroll
- Strong Excel skills
- An eye for detail
- Good organisation skills
- Complete discretion
Benefits of becoming our Assistant Payroll Officer:
- Brighton College provides a contributory pension scheme, which all eligible employees will be automatically enrolled into within 3 months of commencement of employment. For full details of the pension scheme, please contact HR
- Death in service benefit after successfully passing probation
- 20 days holiday per year (pro rata), rising to 25 days after two years of service.
As our Assistant Payroll Officer you will work part-time 20 hours per week, preferably 9am to 1pm but 9:30am to 1:30pm can be considered.
Closing Date: 16th July 2018
Start Date: August 2018
If you feel you are the right candidate for this Assistant Payroll Officer role then please click ‘apply’ now! We would love to hear from you!
Brighton College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children; the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the DBS.