Part Time Payroll Administrator
Part-time, £12,890 - £15,000

Ref: 9217

Salary: £12,890 - £15,000

Hours: Part-time

Contracted Hours: 23.4

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Chester House, Epsom Ave, Handforth, Cheadle, Greater Manchester, SK9 3DF


Location: Handforth (Hybrid)

Contract: Permanent

Part Time: 3 days a week (Wednesday - Friday 08.30 - 17.00)

About the role

We are seeking an enthusiastic Payroll Administrator to join our busy Payroll Team based in our Support Office in Handforth, Cheshire as part of a job share. You will be part of a dedicated team who together administer Retail payroll for approximately 9,000 colleagues and growing, providing an efficient and effective payroll service. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for their next step and will offer many developmental opportunities. You should have a basic understanding of payroll, such as an understanding of how tax and legislation work, however full training will be provided. 

  • Key responsibilities
  • Part of team processing timely, compliant, and accurate payroll for c9000 retail & support office colleagues on a four-weekly basis across a number of payrolls.
  • Calculating SSP and Company sick pay entitlements
  • Calculating SMP/OSPP/SAP entitlements
  • Processing AOE and CSA deductions
  • Processing P45s and New Starter Checklists
  • Assessing colleagues for inclusion into the company pension scheme in line with auto-enrolment
  • Reconciliation of pension contributions files prior to submission to pension provider.
  • Query management and resolution to deliver first class service to our colleagues.
  • Support on the processing of expense claim.
  • Support the processing of P11d returns using 3rd party software.

Skills required

  • Basic understanding of administering payroll within an office environment is essential. However training will be provided.
  • You will have a good understanding of current payroll legislation.
  • Previous experience of using SAP payroll solution is highly desirable but not a requirement
  • The successful candidate must be well organised and must work to a high level of accuracy and have keen attention to detail.
  • Strong communication skills. You will need to have strong written and verbal communication skills as you will be liaising with a large number of colleagues from all areas of the business.
  • Excellent computer /PC Skills. The candidate will be required to be computer literate in Word, Excel & Outlook.
  • Must possess the ability to work well as part of a team.
  • Must be an honest and trustworthy individual who is able to comfortably handle confidential information & adhere to all GDPR legislation

About the Pets at Home Group

At Pets at Home we have an ambitious plan, to become “The Best Pet Care Business in the world” and a key part of delivering this in sustainable way will be our most cherished assets: our People and our Culture. We are a business built on strong values and behaviours which guide everything we do. These are our foundations which will help us to deliver our better world pledge to create a better world for pets and the people who love them.

The Pets at Home Group includes over 450 stores, over 310 Groom Rooms and 440 First Opinion Vet Practices. It’s fast-paced, innovative, fun and we put people at the very heart of everything we do. We are committed to developing a culture of inclusivity where everyone is able to come to work and be themselves, a culture which welcomes everyone irrespective of what makes us all unique.

Our diversity and inclusion vision is that everyone is welcome and feels part of our group. If you think you’re a good match to what we are looking for, and you share our belief that together ‘we’re better with pets’, we’d like to hear from you, whatever your background or circumstances.

Organisation: Pets at Home

Date Posted: 21-06-2022

Expiry Date: 02-07-2022