Generous holiday allowance
Charity / volunteering days
Income protection insurance

Payroll Opportunities, Entry Level

Salary Real Living Wage plus bonus
Location Grimsby, UK
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This is a Permanent, Full Time vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.

Are you looking to kickstart a career in Finance? We have some exciting opportunities for Client Payroll Administrators to join our team in Grimsby. These full-time positions offer the chance to work alongside experienced Payroll Managers and Team Leaders, providing essential support in a fast-paced environment.


In this position, you'll take on key administrative responsibilities, ensuring the smooth functioning of our payroll operations. Your role will involve handling various administrative tasks, allowing our Payroll Managers to focus on delivering excellent service to our clients.


These positions are ideal for recent graduates, career switchers, apprentices, or school leavers eager to gain valuable experience in the field, so don't miss out on this opportunity to grow and develop your skills!


If you're ready to take the next step in your career, mark your calendars for our next onsite assessment date on 3 July 2024. Join us and become an integral part of our team dedicated to providing top-class payroll services to our clients. Apply now and grab this fantastic opportunity!


What will you be doing?


As a Client Payroll Administrator in this team, your role will involve:


  • Ensuring the accurate processing of client payrolls
  • Managing and organising client documentation efficiently
  • Updating documentation for newly onboarded clients promptly
  • Maintaining various monthly spreadsheets to track payroll data accurately
  • Handling incoming phone calls and directing them appropriately
  • Verifying BACS and HMRC transmissions for accuracy and timeliness
  • Conducting data entry checks against audit logs to uphold data integrity
  • Managing customer schedules using scheduling software proficiently
  • Assisting with the filing and organisation of client data systematically
  • Archiving client data at the end of each fiscal year securely
  • Overseeing the distribution of P60s to clients at year-end
  • Providing general support to Team Leaders and Payroll Managers as required.


What are we looking for?


This role is ideal for candidates with the following skills and experiences:


  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.


In addition to the core skills/experience above, the following competencies are essential for success in this position:


  • Prioritises client and customer satisfaction
  • Committed to continuous improvement
  • Focuses on achieving optimal performance
  • Embraces innovation and creative problem-solving.


Please note: We occasionally close vacancies early in the event that we receive a high volume of applications. Therefore, we recommend you apply as soon as possible.

As one of the UK’s largest privately held software companies, IRIS Software Group exists to simplify the lives of businesses, schools and organisations.

IRIS provides software solutions and services that substantially enhance operational compliance, efficiency and accuracy, empowering the users of our technology to look forward with certainty and confidence.

Over 4 million parents use our software to connect with their child’s school, 18% of UK employees are paid via an IRIS payroll solution, 50,000 SMEs use IRIS cloud bookkeeping and 21,000 firms rely on us for legislative compliance.

Our operational software is the invisible but essential beating heart of our customers’ businesses, supporting them in a range of objectives, from maintaining legislative compliance to boosting engagement with stakeholders and enhancing productivity.

It’s vital these mission-critical functions work first time, every time.

That’s why IRIS helps businesses run the tough stuff, stay compliant and get operational tasks done right first time, every time – so they can focus on productivity and growth.

IRIS is a company built on hiring the best people; our people are our greatest assets.

They enable us to be the innovative, market-leading, and high-performing company that we are today.

We’re delighted to be certified as a Great Place to Work and one of the UK’s Best Workplaces for Women.

These accolades confirm that our employees have a consistently positive experience at IRIS, with the certifications considering employee wellbeing, diversity and inclusion, trust in management, effective communication and recognition/reward.

IRIS is committed to engaging, rewarding and empowering our employees, and this is central to what we do.

This is why we work to create an environment where employees feel like they are part of a team.

We believe in creating a culture of engagement and reward to develop your potential and offer long-term career success. We do this by:

Supporting our managers to be great leaders, providing inspirational management resources and offering dedicated management development training.

Rewarding individual excellence through dedicated initiatives and Employee Awards for demonstrating our values.

Offering regular training and development programmes tailored to each employee’s development needs and providing a commitment to a ‘learning culture’ which shares knowledge, best practice and our long-standing expertise between employees.

We’re committed to a culture of continuous improvement and listen to our employees via regular feedback sessions and employee engagement surveys.

Our employees love the colleagues they work with. We promote a positive environment where our people feel comfortable, make friends and support each other.

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