We have an exciting opportunity for a Payroll Administrator to join the Sainsburys Argos Payroll team. We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join the payroll team on a fixed term basis. Working as part of a team, your main purpose will be to deliver accurate and timely payments to staff for UK and ROI employees.
Sound good so far? You will deliver a high level of customer service to all business areas, demonstrating strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with a wide range of individuals in a diverse organisation.
At Sainsbury’s Argos, the great digital transformation is under way. It’s our aim to become the digital market leader in choice, value and convenience, so our Finance teams are more important to us now than ever before. They’re the people who provide support across the business and help make the crucial decisions that will allow us to develop into a leading digital retailer.
We have recently joined Sainsbury’s in our journey to become a leading retail organisation and ensuring we place our customers at the heart of everything we do. Together we have a great opportunity to build a brilliant future and do a fantastic job for all our customers.
As a Payroll Administrator your main responsibilities will be to:
Prepare, input and process payroll data in accordance with statutory and contractual obligations and to pre-defined timescales.
Respond to all internal or external pay queries from emails, form builders and faxes in a timely manner.
Process all types of Parental leave payments.
Review monthly Long Term Sick report and amend colleague records where necessary.
Process statutory forms including P45’s, starter declarations, court orders, SSP1’s etc.
Distribute payslips and P45’s to relevant sites or home addresses
Process Ad hoc payments, BACS recalls and rejects, ensuring correct reconciliation on all systems.
As a Payroll Administrator your skills & experience will ideally include:
Good standard of numeracy/literacy – GCSE level.
Skilled in the use of personal computers and related software applications including
Office 365, Excel, word and Outlook skills
Exemplary customer service skills and strong interpersonal skills.
What you’ll get in return:
As well as the usual company benefits, which include, 24 days holiday, save as you earn scheme, discretionary annual bonus and company pension scheme, you will work in an exciting environment with the potential to develop your skills for a career that fits with your own aspirations.