Payroll Manager

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£50000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
10 Aug 2017
Closes
07 Sep 2017
Ref
27680/001
Contact
John O'Brien
Job Type
Payroll
Job Level
Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Payroll & Benefits Manager - £50k to £55k + Bonus & Bens - Central London/City

A leading Wealth Management Firm seek an experienced Payroll & Benefits Manager to take charge of their payroll and benefits offering and be the subject matter expert for the organisation.

This is a sole role reporting into the Head of HR and the details are as follows:

Three main payrolls UK, Jersey and Pensioners

Be the subject matter expert for all payroll, pensions and benefits

Prepare monthly HMRC payment

Annual HMRC return including P60's

Prepare annual P11D documents

Subject matter expert for the Jersey payroll

Subject matter expert for the Pensioner payroll

Payroll accounting: Journals, reconciliations and the GL

Pensions and benefits: Liaising with the various benefits providers including renewals and negotiations (Medical Insurance, Dental Plan, Share Incentive Plans, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to Work, Gym Membership and STL)

Auto-enrolment for all new starters, preparation of postponement notices, setting up new pensions accounts, liaising with the Investment Manager of the fund, preparation of leavers letters, transfer into/out of funds, liaising with Scheme Trustees and liaising with Auditors

Long-term:

There will be the scope to implement a new system and streamline procedures

Take a strategic stance with the payroll and work closely with the Head of HR

This is a great role for the right individual and a position where you can really put your mark on a payroll and benefits offering.

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