Service Care Solutions are recruiting for a Payroll Officer to work for Nottinghamshire Police, on a 18 month initial fixed term contract.
Pay: £14.44 per hour
Location: Nottinghamshire NG5 8PP
Are you a dedicated Payroll Officer looking for an exciting opportunity to support Nottinghamshire Police in achieving its goals? We have a 6-month fixed-term contract position just for you.
- Ensure accurate and timely processing of payroll functions for the force's 4000 employees each month, while liaising with various stakeholders.
- Verify the authorisation of all notifications received in accordance with Force Regulations and audit requirements.
- Act as the central point of contact for all Police and Local Government Pensions queries, ensuring compliance with pension regulations.
- Stay updated on HM Revenue & Customs legislation and apply it to statutory payments and deductions, ensuring accurate net pay calculations.
- Interpret and apply Police Regulations, Police Staff Terms and Conditions, Force Policies, and local agreements concerning pay, overtime, and allowances.
- Communicate with internal and external parties to address pay and allowance inquiries and challenge instructions.
- Collaborate with the People Services Department to ensure data accuracy and provide prompt resolution for inquiries.
- Plan and schedule workloads, including overtime data, payrolls, and expenses, adhering to agreed timetables and deadlines.
- Coordinate the sharing of payroll and human resources data with the People Services and finance teams for the Force's benefit.
- Participate in the Force PDR process and take ownership of your professional and career development needs.
- Minimum of 3 years of previous experience in a payroll office.
- In-depth understanding of Inland Revenue legislation related to pay and deductions.
- Experience with gross to net calculations, Statutory Sick, Maternity, Paternity pay, tax credits, student loans, and court orders.
- Proficiency in computer-based payroll systems, integrated HR & Payroll, spreadsheets, word processing, databases, and reporting tools.
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to provide clear and concise guidance.
- Highly motivated, self-confident, and able to work independently and as part of a team.
- Strong prioritisation skills with the ability to work under strict deadlines.
- Willingness to train new staff members when necessary.
How to Apply:
If this role interests you or if you'd like more information, please contact Lewis via email at email@example.com or by phone at 01772208962 . You can also refer friends or colleagues and take advantage of our £250 referral scheme.