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Payroll Level 3

Company Name:
Kaiser Nouman Nathan LLP Birmingham
Location:
Birmingham City Centre
Apprenticeship Framework/Standard:
Payroll Administrator Level 3
27 May 2021
Vacancy Type:
Apprenticeship
Working Hours:
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Job Advert
Payroll Assistant
Kaiser Nouman Nathan LLP
Wolverhampton City Centre, 11 minute walk from train station
£4.30 per hour, 37.5 hours a week, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
 
Since its foundation in 2011, Kaiser Nouman Nathan has acquired a wealth of experience in the creation of effective business and financial solutions for clients across all sectors. Entrepreneurs and owner-managed businesses operating domestically and internationally have benefited from the services provided by Kaiser Nouman Nathan’s expertise in Business Consulting, Financial Planning, Taxation and Auditing.
 
Job role
 
This payroll role has been created for an assistant to help us to provide our client payroll function. The role will involve: 
  • Collecting and collating information from clients
  • Processing payments through the Ftax & SAGE software
  • Sending payslips and reports
  • Processing monthly auto-enrolment pension reports and payments
  • Calculating holiday pay and statutory payments
  • Processing statutory deductions
  • Reporting and processing starters and leavers
  • The role also requires accurate and timely submission of all reports to HMRC
  • Further responsibilities will involve processing and reporting of monthly CIS deductions for several clients
  • You must be flexible to carry out other duties on occasion depending on business requirements at times to enhance customer experience
  • There will be opportunities to get involved in other aspects of client record keeping, including holiday pay and other areas of HR.
Skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Great organisational skills
  • Evidence of previous employment (this could be a part time, voluntary work or even a Saturday job)
Personal qualities
  • Punctuality
  • Driven to succeed
  • Very focused
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to think outside of the box
  • Good work ethic
  • Ability to fit in
  • 'Can-do' attitude
Desired qualifications
  • GCSE 9-4/A*-C or equivalent Level 2 Functional Skills in English and Maths, proof of certificates is required.
We do not have the facility to provide Maths and English upskilling alongside the apprenticeship, applications with less than the required grades will not be considered. Equally applications received not stating Maths and English GCSE results will not be considered.
 
Course breakdown
 
This programme has been carefully developed to correspond with the latest Payroll standards to support learners undertaking the Payroll Administrator Apprenticeship. It will combine work-based learning, off the job training (minimum 20%) and college education. Furthermore, incorporated into the programme is the IAB Level 3 Payroll Administration qualification, accredited by the International Association of Bookkeepers.
  • Legislative and Contractual Obligations / Internal & Externa Reporting of Payroll Information
  • GDPR and Computer Security, Employee Records & Ethical Standards, Principles of Payroll
  • Effective Communication with Employees and Stakeholders, Legislation, HRMC
  • Gross / Net Pay, Contributions, Deductions, SMP, Employer Responsibilities
  • Sage Payroll
  • Reporting, Data back-up, new staff, leavers, record management
  • Sage Online Payroll
What attendance is required?
 
The apprenticeship will need you to attend classes online on a Monday and Tuesday every other month for the length of a full college day, which you need to commit to.
Students will be taught using our online learning platform giving the freedom to attend virtually from anywhere. Due to being a virtual apprenticeship the training can be completed at home or in the work place and would be agreed with the employer. Time spent training will come under the working hours per week.
 
It is a Government requirement for you to spend 20% of your apprenticeship working towards your “Off the Job Learning” – Off the job learning can consist of college attendance, homework/coursework, project related work, employer training, mentoring and coaching, plus a number of other tasks.
 
Learning and assessment
 
Students will have full access to the college facilities as well as an online learning platform called Canvas which holds all of our research and learning material. They will also gain access to Sage Payroll system to practice on. Apprentices and Managers will have access to OneFile, our online apprenticeship portfolio which is used by the apprentice and assessor to track the apprenticeship.  

Workplace assessors will also be in regular contact to support learning and ensure progression is being made. These reviews are critical to ensuring apprentices are progressing with their programme and are being supported appropriately in the workplace. 

Apprentices will need to successfully complete two exams as well as an End Point Assessment (EPA).
 
Future prospects
 
For the right person, there is the opportunity to secure full time employment and progress to higher level qualifications.