Payroll Coordinator

Region:
London, South East
Discipline:
Legal Accounts
Sub-discipline:
Payroll
Contract Type:
Permanent
Hours:
Full Time
Salary:
£40,000 to £50,000 per annum
Salary Description:
£40-50K + Full Benefits + Hybrid Working
Posted:
30-Nov-22
Start Date:
ASAP
Job Ref:
13061

Miscalculating overtime, incorrect tax rates, high-volume and high-pressure. In 15 years, I've never heard of a payroll position without these issues. So let's consider them a given, and we can get to the exciting stuff.

So you're looking for a new payroll position but not ready to move into management. Where do you go? Usually, you'll have two options. Move to a smaller company where you'll gain more exposure to duties above your pay grade, or move to a larger company with better pay but less work devolution. Difficult to choose, right? 

However, what if you could have both better wages, lots of learning & development opportunities, and the prospect of advancement? That's a no-brainer, right?

If so, you should look at this Payroll Coordinator vacancy for an internationally recognised brand offering plenty of added extras and excellent prospects for the future.

You'll handle a mixture of UK and International payroll; however, you don't need experience working with offices abroad as training is provided. You will need around two years' payroll experience working for a recognised professional services organisation and the desire to succeed.

Working in a small payroll team, you'll be placed within a global finance division of around 280 staff. ADP experience isn't necessary but is highly desirable. In return, you can expect a comprehensive benefits package, revamped offices and an ambitious employer to support your development needs.

The organisation in question is a multi-award winning top ten international law firm renowned for keeping staff, primarily due to the excellent learning & development opportunities provided and its reliance on internal promotion. The London office is 5 minutes from Liverpool Street, Cannon Street or Fenchurch Street stations and houses approximately 800 staff. The hybrid working policy is three days in office with two from home.

Is this a role that could progress your career in the direction you're aiming towards? You can either apply now if you have a CV ready or get in touch with Neil Gibbs at Balance Recruitment for an informal chat to find out more. Please let us know if you require any adjustments or additional support during the recruitment process for any reason whatsoever.

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