Hr & Payroll Administrator

Basic Overview
Salary: £32000 – £35000/annum
Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
Minimum Salary: 32000.00
Maximum Salary: 35000.00
Job Location: HA1, West Harrow, Greater London
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Would you like to work for a young company with ambitions of growth in the Social Care sector?

Kirklands Care Ltd are a young, dynamic company wanting to grow and build a portfolio of Care Homes across England.

The role on offer is for an experienced HR & Payroll Manager who is driven, enthusiastic and willing to learn and grow within the company. You will be based in Harrow, North-West London and required to travel to the various sites.

DUTIES OF THE ROLE:

HR:

* Managing the full recruitment cycle from interview setups to DBS application and induction programme.

* Ensuring all new starters complete the induction programme and mandatory training.

* Maintaining HR records, ensuring DBS records and right to work documentation is up to date.

* Managing all employee matters including dispute resolutions, disciplinaries, grievances and absence management.

* Act as an escalation point of contact for urgent and complex HR queries to provide the best outcome.

* Many of the above duties will include working alongside and supporting the Operations Manager and Directors in daily tasks.

PAYROLL:

* Management of all payroll processes: calculating overtime, deductions, managing sickness, processing new starters and leavers etc.

* Responsible for the preparation and processing of monthly payrolls for all homes.

* Complete payroll functions to ensure staff are paid in a timely manner.

* Handle the administration of the electronic timekeeping and HR software.

* Lead on payroll implementation processes and make suggestions for improvements.

Many of the above duties will include working alongside and supporting the Operations Manager and Directors in daily tasks.

IDEAL CANDIDATE MUST HAVES:

* Strong previous experience within HR and Payroll.

* Have strong IT skills including Excel, and the ability to adapt and learn new payroll software and rotering systems.

* Have relevant HR / Payroll qualification (CIPD/SHRM/CIPP) – or willing to undertake this qualification.

* Have strong verbal and written communication skills.

* Be proactive, self-efficient and thorough.

* Own and drive a car, as the role will require visiting the homes