RoI Payroll Specialist

Recruiter
Reed
Location
County Antrim, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
18 Sep 2019
Closes
23 Sep 2019
Ref
1247058206
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
Level of qualification
Not qualified, Part qualified, Qualified
Reed are proud to be recruiting for a RoI Specialist Payroll Administrator Following a sustained period of consistent growth, a fast paced and dynamic Professional Services provider are looking for a specialist Payroller with a strong working knowledge of Payroll processes in the Republic of Ireland. This global business offer plenty of scope for career progression. An increased workload within the organisation has led to the creation of this brand new position and it is a brilliant time to join the business. Successful applicants will have their own portfolio of Irish clients. The broader Payroll division within the company are a supportive and closely-knit team - training and a full induction will be provided to get the RoI specialist up-to-speed with internal processes. The RoI Payroll Specialist within this team will be a key 'Go-To' point of contact in the business. This is the perfect opportunity for aspirational and motivated payroll professional to make a positive impact in a growing area of the market. Core Duties &

Responsibilities:

• Working within the Payroll Team undertaking administrative, advisory and end-to-end payroll duties to ensure that processes are completed;
• Act is the point of contact for all RoI queries;
• Ensuring that all RoI payrolls are processed within the required timeframes;
• Ensuring that all RoI pension administration processes are carried out in an accurate and timely manner;
• Prepare and maintain routine and ad hoc reports, spreadsheets and database information as required;
• Maintain RoI client records and update all requirements and procedures relating to clients' payrolls;
• Liaise with a wide variety of contacts both internally and externally;
• To perform any other duties as may be reasonably requested by the Manager;
• Liaise with relevant RoI public bodies;
• Ad hoc projects as required by Executive Management. Key Skills:
• 2 years' experience in RoI Payroll & Pensions administration is absolutely essential;
• Strong It skills and a proven ability to use and adapt quickly to new technology;
• Interpersonal and communication skills; and
• Microsoft Office skills. Early applications are highly recommended for this exciting new opportunity. To learn more, you can reach out to Reed's Payroll Specialist Consultant, Tom Reid, in the Belfast office via email () or arrange a call () for a confidential discussion.