Job Description

  • Job Reference:47146MA_1712937541

  • Job Type: Temporary

  • Job Industry: Central Government

  • Contact Name: Mollie Anker

  • Job Location: London

  • Job Title: Interim Deputy Payroll Manager

  • Job Salary: £23 - £29 Per Hour

Job Start Date: ASAP

My client based in Hackney are looking to recruit a Deputy Payroll Manager on a temporary basis.

To assist the Payroll Manager with the management of the Payroll Team to provide an efficient and effective payroll service to the Client.

To deputise for the Payroll Manager in their absence and be a senior advisor to the Client on all matters relating to payroll and related functions.

Provide a customer focused service to every customer whether internal or external and ensure that issues are resolved in line with the department SLAs.

Assist in processing all payrolls and BACS and 3rd party payments as directed by the Payroll Manager.


* Organise, plan and prioritise payroll workloads in order to deliver an efficient service for the payment of all payrolls.
* Advise payroll staff on issues relating to data entry into the HR/payroll system.
* Under the direction of the Payroll Manager, maintain individual and team performance.
* Ensure that all performance and behavioural matters are escalated to the Payroll Manager.
* Work with the HR Systems Team in relation to systems management and processing of the payroll.
* Review and make recommendations on the payroll procedures and staff training needs.
* Arrange team meetings and ensure accurate minutes are taken and follow up actions are completed.
* Ensure all payroll data is input into the Payroll and HR System in accordance with statutory and contractual obligations and the pre-defined deadlines. Including all staffing changes including starters, secondments, acting up, leavers and other amendments to salaries and employee data in compliance with Council policies and payroll requirements.
* To plan, in conjunction with the Payroll Manager and Systems team, the best way to implement legislative, procedural and system changes and to ensure that standard procedures are developed and maintained to reflect these changes.
* To operate as the first point of contact for the Payroll Officers on complex payroll issues, legislative and system issues.
* Assist in training new staff and ensuring that current staff are aware of legislative updates.
* Assist in reviewing the exception reports and take remedial action as necessary to ensure employees are paid accurately.
* This includes all temporary data, errors and warnings reports as scheduled.
* Assist the Payroll Manager with monthly and year-end processes.

My client is looking for someone with good communication skills and have good payroll knowledge and ideally public sector payroll experience.

In reward for your skills you will join an established team with a wealth of knowledge within a fantastic company that is highly regarded in the area. If you are looking for work and have the payroll skills detailed above then then we want to hear from you!



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