Finance Officer (Payroll), Derry City, Permanent Job, Competitive Salary
Your new company
You will work for a voluntary sector non-profit making organisation who have been in operation for over 30 years. This organisation provides services throughout Northern Ireland employing over 120 staff.
Your new role
As Finance Officer you will report to the Head of Finance providing administrative support to the Finance Department, in particular the processing of the Company Payroll and associated financial reporting duties. Specific payroll responsibilities include: document new employees, ensuring all information is collated accurately on Sage 50 payroll system; process required information for leavers, including real-time HMRC; calculate employee salaries, deductions and contributions; monitor and maintain timesheets records for overtime for Audit purposes; liaise with project managers to ensure accurate processing of overtime on Sage payroll; calculate and process statutory payments such as SMP, SPP, SSP; monitor and maintain online payroll systems - HMRC, Sage online re electronic staff information; reconcile and process HMRC payments due in a timely and accurate manner; process employee pensions and complete required administration; update holiday /leave records as appropriate; process BACS payroll; deal with all queries from staff or managers re monthly payroll in a professional and confidential manner; process and verify staff travel payments; review payroll summary files in time for Annual Audit; assist with relevant accounting processes to ensure management information re salary costs is accurate; provide, when necessary, accurate calculations re Salary Costs for SMT for new funding proposals. Other duties include: liaise with project managers; assist in processing invoices for rental charges; assisting with the Annual Audit or other statutory financial validation requests and other duties appropriate to the post.
What you'll need to succeed
- Minimum of five GCSE's at grade C or above (or equivalent) including Maths and English Language AND EITHER a recognised relevant qualification AND 2 years experience preparing and processing all payroll associated tasks OR Qualified by experience in a similar position
- Knowledge of processing monthly payroll
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Excellent organisational skills and ability to prioritise workloads to deliver within agreed deadlines
- Proficient in use of databases, spreadsheets and word processing systems
What you'll get in return
You will work for a well established voluntary sector, non-profit organisation on a full-time permanent basis, Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week.
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