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Benefits & Payroll Administrator
Title: Benefits & Payroll Administrator
Category: Customer Support / Client Care
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £24,000.00 - £25,000.00
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Benefits & Payroll Administrator

£25,000 + Bonus + Benefits

Are you an exceptional HR Administrator looking for a new challenge? Do you have payroll administrative experience?

Based initially in Purley is a consultancy who are seeking a Payroll & Benefits administrator to join their agile, dynamic and fun HR team.

You must have meticulous attention to detail and excellent written and verbal communication skills. You must have accounting or payroll experience and understanding of different benefits plans.

Duties include:


• Providing monthly inputs for the groups payroll and creating reports

• Maintaining payroll data for all employees, including managing new starters and leavers

• Reconciling timesheets to payment

• Completing and drafting payroll journals into the ERP system


• Designing and managing all benefit programmes, including liaising with service providers

• Updating and reconciling monthly pension uploads

• Managing enrolments and determine employee eligibility

• Informing employees of their benefit options and plans

• Conducting an annual review

• Completing all administration in relation to the group benefits

If you are an experienced and proactive HR administrator with relevant experience, apply today!

Please note, this role is initially based in the Purley office, but will be moving to Central Croydon in March 2019.
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