We are delighted to be working in partnership with the West Midlands Police and their Shared services department in search for a diligent and capable Payroll Officer.
As a Payroll Officer you will be responsible for; calculating employees' compensation, updating WMP's internal payroll databases and ensuring timely payments.
To be successful in this role, you should have a flair for numbers and be able to handle sensitive information. Ultimately, you will help run a smooth and accurate payroll process.ResponsibilitiesCollect daily, weekly or monthly timesheetsCalculate bonuses and allowancesPrepare employees' compensation by the end of each month using payroll softwareSchedule bank payments or hand out paychecks directly to employeesDistribute payment statements and gather signed receipts (digital or paper)Report on payroll expensesUse Itrent system on a day to day basis Ensure wages and tax withholdings comply with regulationsEnter new employees' data (e.g. bank accounts and tax identification numbers) into internal databasesAnswer questions about compensation, benefits, taxes and insurance deductionsRequirementsProven work experience as a Payroll Officer, Payroll Clerk or similar roleHands-on experience with payroll softwareStrong math skills with an ability to spot numerical errorsGood knowledge of employment legislationTime-management skillsAbility to handle confidential informationBSc in Accounting, Human Resources or relevant field
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