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Excellent benefits package
Agile working
Harper Adams University is a highly respected educational institution based in Newport, Shropshire. As a not for profit entity, they focus on providing outstanding learning experiences for students and fostering an environment of academic excellence. A Payroll and Pensions Manager is required to oversee the processing of payroll and pensions for the University. The successful candidate will bring a wealth of experience to the role, coupled with a strong understanding of financial regulations.
This is a unique opportunity to work in a stimulating environment, completing and managing complex payroll processes and ensuring the efficient operation of pension schemes.
Manage and oversee the processing of the company payroll and pensions of around 650 employees.
Ensure compliance with all applicable financial and tax regulations.
Work closely with HR and Finance Departments to ensure accurate record-keeping.
Handle any payroll and pensions related... queries from staff.
Implement improvements to the payroll and pensions processes.
Prepare and present reports to senior management.
Assist in the preparation of end of year accounts.
Keep up-to-date with changes in financial regulations and legislation.
Leadership and Team Management
A successful Payroll and Pensions Manager should have:
Comprehensive knowledge of payroll and pensions processing.
Excellent understanding of tax and financial regulations.
Strong organisational and time-management skills.
Proficiency in payroll software and MS Office applications.
A competitive salary in the range of £38,000-£43,000 per year.
22 days holiday + bank holidays + 8 closure days
Agile and flexible working
Free parking
If you're interested in applying for this role or want an informal chat, please reach out to Katie Paine at Page Personnel or call0121 634 6941.
Where specific UK qualifications are required we will take into account overseas equivalents
United Kingdom


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