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Payroll Administrator (Birmingham, UK)

Smart Parking Technology

Role description

  • job title - payroll administrator
  • reports to - head of people & culture
  • team - hr & finance


  • To process all payroll actions, compute wages, and ensure employees' salaries are paid accurately and on schedule each pay period.
  • To ensure all payroll-related third parties are paid correctly and on time.
  • principal accountabilities
  • to ensure that all employees are paid in an accurate and timely manner
  • to help with all payroll queries for paid employees and for directors
  • to deal with all payroll matters for month end and year end such as p60’s and p11d’s and to help the finance team with any issues relating to year end regarding payroll
  • to ensure that all third parties are paid correctly and on time, such as hmrc, cms and local councils managing the company’s pension schemes – making sure all contributions are made correctly, on time and making sure that auto enrolment meets all government specifications
  • submitting all rti, fps and eps to hmrc on a monthly basis and making paye payments on time and correct to ensure no fines are accrued
  • calculating all statutory deductions for employees such as smp, ssp and spp
  • maintain the company health insurance scheme and ensuring that the renewals each year are for the best possible quote
  • calculate and process any salary sacrifice adjustments for applicable employees
  • apply tax code notifications from employees and hmrc

Person specification


  • applicants must have a minimum of 2 years' payroll processing experience
  • aat level 2 certificate in accounting or above (or equivalent)
  • cipp level 3 certificate in payroll administration (or equivalent)
  • gcse mathematics and english, grades c or above (or equivalent)

Personal attributes

  • methodical thinker with excellent attention to detail
  • a quick learner, with the ability to work under pressure and on own initiative
  • able to solve analytical problems
  • good time management and prioritisation skills
  • continuous improvement mindset

Technical competencies

  • time management, organisation, prioritisation and coordination skills
  • intermediate windows skills ie excel, word and outlook
  • basic understanding of the general data protection regulations

Behavioural competencies

  • taking ownership and being responsive
  • integrity, openness and honesty – doing the right thing and doing what you say you will
  • problem-solving and using sound judgement
  • reference id: hr/pr001-02/2021
  • part-time hours: 20 per week
  • salary £18,000 - £22,000 (doe/fte)
  • application deadline: 26/02/2021
  • expected start date: 01/03/2021

Please note; we are not working with agencies on this role at this time.

Covid-19 considerations:

all interviews will take place via zoom/teams and may need to be outside the usual 09:00 - 17:00 hours.

Working from home possible whilst 'lockdowns' in place.


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