Responsible for the administration of the Groups payroll and pension, consistently exceeding customer expectations and maintaing standards in line with HMRC, employment legislation and the business needs.

Salary: £19k – £24k DOE

Job Scope:

  • Responsible for the preparation and completion of monthly payroll
  • Responsible for the administration of the company pension scheme
  • Responsible for the statutory deductions and deadlines for third party payments
  • Responsible for year end procedures and P11d schedules
  • Responsible for maintaining payroll and statutory records

Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities

  • Communicates the Mercedes-Benz culture of quality and excellence
  • Manages payroll and administrative duties in line with the company, HMRC, employment legislation and Mercedes-Benz standards and processes
  • Using ADP payroll to set up employee data base
  • Collate monthly payroll information and enter information within monthly set deadlines
  • Process statutory payments including SSP, SMP, SPP,SAP
  • Keep up to date employee records
  • Maintain PAYE records with HMRC
  • Maintaining RTI procedures in line with HMRC legislation by providing the relevant monthly payroll information (including processing P45’s, P6’s, P11D’s etc)
  • Managing the pension scheme, preparing monthly schedules, uploading payments using supplier online system, being the main point of contact for queries from employees and supplier
  • Provide advice to all levels of managers relating to payroll payments and deductions including statutory requirements
  • Provides assistance in all areas of HR and Payroll as required
  • Analyse payroll information as required
  • Undertakes any other duties as reasonably required to ensure the successful operation of the HR/Payroll team
  • Communicates any issues or problems to departmental manager
  • Delivers consistently high standards of accuracy and quality in completion of information
  • Communicates clearly, regularly and promptly with colleagues across all business areas
  • Identifies training and development needs for self as part of the performance management process
  • Ensures all areas of Health & Safety operate effectively and within the requirements of the law
  • Builds good relationships with manufacturers, professional bodies, suppliers and statutory representatives
  • Ensures all capital outlay is authorised by their line manager or a director

Knowledge & Specific Job Skills

  • High level of computer skills, especially with spreadsheets
  • Good telephone and interpersonal skills
  • Must be accurate and show attention to detail
  • Methodical and organised approach to work
  • Previous experience within a payroll function
  • Knowledge of HMRC requirements

Driving Sales –  Identifies and initiates opportunities to drive sales and deliver commercial benefits
Customer Service – Focuses on the needs of customers to improve service and sales
Planning & Organising –  Organises own workload effectively, prioritising to deliver to deadlines
Analytical Ability & Decision Making – Demonstrates sound judgement in making decisions
Teamwork & Coaching – Quickly builds rapport and establishes relationships with others
Motivation – Demonstrates a positive attitude and takes responsibility for their own actions