Payroll Executive - Glasgow

Accountancy Practice - Transactional Services (Purchase/Sales Ledger,Credit Control, Payroll)
Ref: 3017 Date Posted: Tuesday 06 Aug 2019
LinkedIn ShareShare

Due to a period of growth, a well-known accountancy practice based in Glasgow, currently requires an experienced Payroll Executive to join their team on a full-time basis. This accountancy practice is one of Scotland's largest firms, offering a full range of services including Audit, Tax, Business Services, Corporate Finance, Insolvency and Payroll.


The Role

You will be reporting directly to the Payroll Manager. The primary function of this role is to ensure the accurate and timely delivery of client payrolls.


On Offer

Flexible working hours and depending on experience £23,000-£29,000.


Duties and Responsibilities              

  • Responsible for end to end payroll processing and Auto Enrolment compliance, in line with the payroll procedures manual.
  • Control and process a full payroll portfolio and maintain a good working relationship with all clients.
  • Effectively communicate with clients, offices, HMRC and other third-party providers.
  • Keep up to date with all legislation and industry changes through independent research.
  • Work collaboratively within the payroll hub and wider payroll group.
  • Know and adhere to service level agreements to ensure a consistent and efficient payroll service is delivered to clients and offices.
  • Identify client specific requirements and report where necessary to the Payroll Manager.
  • Actively seek to solve payroll related and customer service issues.
  • Look to identify any cross-selling opportunities for clients that can be facilitated.


The person 

  • Minimum of 2 years payroll experience (bureau environment preferred)
  • In depth understanding of payroll legislation, processing and Auto Enrolment regulations.
  • Experience and competence of payroll software, preferably STAR payroll professional.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • The ability to work within a team environment and to your own initiative.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Good time management skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft products.


For more information please contact Carla Heron at the iMultiply Edinburgh office for a private and confidential chat.