HR/Payroll Officer – Grade 5
Full time 37 hrs per week, permanent
Grade 5 salary range £27,803 - £31,364
We are currently seeking to appoint to the permanent post of HR/Payroll Officer. Applications are invited from HR & Payroll Officers with experience who will join our team. Under the guidance of the HR & Payroll support Manager you will provide HR and Payroll support across City of Wolverhampton Council and its partners. This will include a range of duties which includes, but is not limited to, payroll, pensions, hr support, policies and procedures, new starters and leavers.
This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated, responsible and highly organised person to join a very dynamic and busy environment as a HR & Payroll Officer. The successful candidate will have GSCE level or equivalent (including English and Maths) or recent extensive HR/Payroll/Pensions experience. Experience of working in a school’s environment would also be advantageous.
If you are positive, customer centric and self-motivated and able to manage multiple deadlines we would welcome an application from you. You must be able:
- to interpret HR & Payroll information in order to make sound judgments and undertake relevant action in respect of HR & Payroll end to end processing.
- to carry out accurate payroll related calculations
- to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines.
- to be responsible for a varied workload
- to use initiative and escalate work concerns in a proactive and timely manner.
- to be capable of interpreting work and tasks in order to deliver an effective and timely outcome.
- to demonstrate a positive attitude and professional customer service to all customers, stakeholders and members of the team.
You should have strong IT and communication skills in order to deal with the variety of HR/Payroll/Pensions duties assigned to you. A good working knowledge of HR and Payroll systems is required, and you must be proficient in Microsoft Office e.g. word and excel.
Please see job description and person specification for full details.
The interview process will require a test to be undertaken. If you pass the test, you will go to the next stage of the interview process of a panel interview.
Tests will be held on 04/12/2023. If you have been successful to go to the next stage. Interviews will be held on 06/12/2023.
Please note that CV’s are not accepted.
Previous Applicants Need Not Apply
For more information please contact Lucy Russell on email@example.com
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