Payroll Manager

Accountancy jobs >> Accounting/Financial/Insurance

Negotiable

Permanent

Description

An excellent opportunity has arisen working for a truly fantastic organisation. This role will be fixed term for 12 months and would like candidates to be able to start work straight away!

As the Payroll Manager, you will be responsible for a medium to large size team on a daily basis and oversee a large volume payroll across monthly & weekly basis.

The Payroll Manager will be accountable for all payroll related submissions, PSAs, P11Ds and be up to date with all new payroll legislation; provide payroll reports to the wider business and demonstrate excellent stakeholder management.

As the Payroll Manager you will manage the team - providing training, support and areas of development - recruitment of new hires & interviewing.

This role is able to offer huge amounts of flexibility with regards to office working/working from home.

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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-178046
  • Permanent
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