Our mission is simple… to help the world Love Mondays.
Come and join is in the fight against COVID-19 and be part of a team that really makes a difference.
We are proud to be supporting NHS England and we want to take you on this journey with us!
We require a Payroll Administrator to cover an increased workload on a temporary/ongoing basis. The roles will be based on site unless you have strong recent experience in the position. Any training required will be completed onsite.
You will be supporting for the following NHS Trust: Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust on a full-time basis, though part-time can be considered.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an administration role within the Payroll Department providing a platform for a diligent numerate person to work as part of a busy, progressive payroll team.
This role will allow experience to be gained within the sphere of payroll services.
As a Payroll Administrator, you will be working closely with the Payroll Team Leader and Payroll Officers who will provide support and supervision to enable you to develop your skills and maximise your potential. The department processes both weekly and monthly payrolls. You will be responsible for all aspects of payroll processing, including permanent and variable pay changes within the ESR Payroll/HR System, dealing with pay queries and issues including pay, terms and conditions and HMRC legislation as well as maintaining a good understanding of both national and local pay terms.
This role offers a competitive salary of £9.21 - £11.20 per hour dependent upon experience plus holiday pay and you will be working via REED, who offer great benefits such as discounts, cashback offers and more, as well as weekly pay.
Please apply now or email and join us in loving Mondays
All roles are subject to strict vetting and right to work checks including:
Current passport or full birth certificate with proof of national insurance
Two documents to prove your address, dated within 3 months, such as a bank statement & utility bill