HR, Payroll & Benefits Administrator

Newbury, England
£28000.00 - £32000.00 per annum
18 Feb 2019
18 Mar 2019
Nicholas Lilley
Specialist Area
HR function
Contract Type
Full Time
An exciting opportunity for a HR, Payroll & Benefits Administrator based in Newbury

Your new role
The HR, Payroll & Benefits Administrator will provide valuable timely and accurate support within a small HR team, as well as assisting with general HR issues, ensuring that a high quality, value added service is provided at all times. We are looking for a flexible team member who is willing to accept change and get involved with any of the tasks within the department.
Duties include:

* Support regulatory reporting (annual reports, gender pay gap).
* Analyse and produce competitive benchmarking guidance to the HR Business Partners.
* Assessment of existing EU/UK benefit programmes to assure competitiveness in the marketplace
* Support benefit plans renewal process, oversee administration and invoicing
* Support development and delivery of communication tools and materials to enhance employee understanding of the company's rewards package.
* Plan, oversee and coordinate the annual performance, objective setting and compensation cycles.
* Construct international assignment packages and expatriate benefits ensuring compliance and cost effectiveness.

* Checking and processing of payroll amendments within set deadlines and the necessary liaising and advising with HR and members of staff.
* Running and checking of pre-commit reports to ensure amendments are as required.

What you'll need to succeed

* Technically skilled with proven compensation and benefits experience including benefits, salary surveys, salary and bonuses reviews and incentives.
* High level of IT literacy with advanced Microsoft Excel skills essential. A proficiency in/experience using HR Information Systems would be an advantage.
* Excellent analytical and numerical skills, with attention for detail and desire for accuracy.
* Highly self-motivated and directed with effective organisational skills and an ability to prioritise and execute multiple tasks simultaneously in a high-pressure environment.
* Excellent communication skills (both oral and written), with the ability to engage and influence all levels of seniority.
* Passion for people

What you need to do now
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