Payroll and Benefits Lead
Do you want to contribute to the transformation of a HR team?
If yes, keep reading!
The Law Society's People and Organisational Development team has embarked on an exciting change programme. We are implementing a new HR information system, changing our ways of working and moving our outsourced HR operations service to an in-house tailored provision - all of which support the organisations wider transformation programme.
We are now looking to recruit a Payroll and Benefits Lead to drive the delivery of value-added payroll, pensions, benefits and reward services whilst supporting us through our transformation journey and helping to implement our new ways of working.
What we're looking for
As the successful candidate, you'll have proven payroll, pensions, benefits and reward experience ideally within a HR operations environment. You'll be proficient in the use of Payroll information systems and Microsoft Office packages, able to communicate confidently and possess excellent planning and organisation skills. Able to work unsupervised and independently with ease, you'll also thrive working with others. You'll have a keen eye for detail, excellent customer focus and demonstrable commitment to achieving optimum outcomes.
If you're up for a challenge and willing to drive improvements whilst providing a professional HR service and ensuring the Law Society meets all of its legal obligations, apply now!
What's in it for you
We offer a generous flexible benefits package, a friendly working environment and the opportunity to develop your career within a professional organisation.
Please note: if you are an internal applicant, Pay Policy will apply.
To apply, please submit a CV and supporting statement (no more than 500 words) clearly demonstrating how you meet the requirements of the role.
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