Job Vacancy: HR-Payroll Implementation Officer



Our Ref: -598897665
   
Location: Newport
   
Salary: £29,000
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Our client is looking for a candidate to assist senior management in the delivery of the new HR-Payroll implementation, ensuring accuracy and timely delivery from start to finish. The candidate would work closely with various departments including payroll teams and technical staff to professionally review current processes/practices. Responsible for the set-up, configuration and delivery of the new system on time and to high quality.

Key responsibilities
•        Support the set-up of the project by working with the senior managers, to organise and run kick off meetings, assist with the creation of project plans and deliver implementation packs.
•        Review current procedures, processes and working practices to identify areas for improvement and in developing robust, fit for purpose arrangements going forward.
•        Responsible for identifying the new HR-Payroll systems requirements by defining and setting-up the agreed processes.
•        Establish all of the HR-payroll and data requirements, this will include leading the gathering of all company level data, HR-payroll elements, and pension requirements.
•        Provide guidance to staff and support the move towards best practise improvements.
•        Responsible for the system set-up and oversee the parallel payroll process and undertake full reconciliations to ensure accuracy is achieved.
•        Assist in the defining, agreeing and configuring of all interfaces, templates, reports and systems configurations to successfully deliver the parallel payroll processes.
•        Work closely with the technical implementation consultants for the configuration to the financial system and delivery of any other additional reporting requirements.
•        Complete payroll parallel testing and full reconciliation of data to ensure success.
•        Assist in the payment and banking process definitions by working with the finance colleagues.
•        Develop user guides and training manuals.
•        Support the roll out of training, communications and awareness sessions.
•        Support the Go-live transition by working with senior managers to ensure a seamless transition and that appropriate staff receive training to undertake their roles.
•        Develop documentation that meets the client’s needs.
•        Adhere to and act in accordance with client policies and procedures at all times.
•        Carry out any other duties as directed by your line manager in furtherance of the organisation’s policies and objectives.
•        A commitment to provide a strong community focus to improve the lives of our customers/residents.
•        Demonstrating the organisation’s equal opportunities, health & safety, and customer service standards in all activities.
•        Ensuring that resident engagement and participation is at the heart of all activities.
•        Ensuring the activities of the organisation are carried out to the highest standards of integrity and professionalism in accordance with all relevant legislation.

Essential knowledge/skills/experience required for the role include;

•        Experience of implementing a HR-payroll system in a complex organisation.
•        Proven experience of HR, payroll and pension funds.
•        Extensive experience in the use of Microsoft Office 2010 suite of applications (including Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Visio and Outlook) and financial modelling.
•        Proven experience of reviewing and re-engineering of HR-payroll processes.
•        Experience of HR-Payroll systems and financial reporting tools.
•        Promotes an organisational culture that is positive about change and committed to improving service delivery.
•        Proven numeric, analytical and technical skills.
•        Ability to create and drive forward a culture that demands active two-way engagement with all customers and stakeholders including people within the organisation.
•        Encourages and supports others to give their best; understands how different people are motivated and acts accordingly.
•        Strong oral and written communication skills.
•        Analyses data logically and plans work using their own initiative making sure that plans can be adapted quickly to address changes in the environment.
•        Constantly review work outputs, setting improvement targets and appraising own performance.
•        Full driving licence and access to a motor vehicle.

Fixed-term, 12-month Contract



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