Payroll Auditor



This Payroll Auditor job is to work within our Commercial Business Unit to monitor and
evaluate how well the payroll is being managed. Giving assurance to senior management that risk is managed, the business is being governed and that our internal processes are working and that our contracts are being managed efficiently. Whilst also looking to improve existing processes, identify new opportunities and share good practice throughout the business.

Duties for the Payroll Auditor job include:

· Attending meetings with key personnel and auditees to develop an understanding of business processes
· Travelling to different sites across the UK to meet relevant staff and review documents and assess the credibility of information
· Researching and assessing how well payroll processes are working and recording the results using software such as Microsoft Word and Excel
· Providing ad hoc advice and guidance to managers and staff at all levels, sometimes by delivering courses and training sessions
· Agreeing recommendations with relevant staff members to make improvements to operations and helping to secure backing for them in meetings
· Preparing unbiased, independent reports in line with business requirements to highlight issues or problems and distributing the reports to the relevant people
· Assessing how well the business is complying with legislative rules and regulations and informing management whether any issues need addressing
· Conducting investigations and managing a variety of stakeholders both internal and external, including Police, HMRC and Home Office
· Assisting in TUPE transfers, new business start-ups, retenders and LEAN
· Completing independent investigations into allegations of payroll theft, fraud and malpractice within the business What will this role involve?
· Data Management
· Ensuring the timely submission of complete and accurate data in the prescribed format
· Validating data and populating performance reporting reports at the prescribed frequency
· Supporting ad hoc requests for local performance data
· Producing accurate reports showing business performance against targets · Process Improvement, Best Practice and Change Management
· Assisting in the identification of performance improvement opportunities
· Preparation of audit schedules, checklists and control objectives
· Management of audit register and Action Request close outs
· Key performance indicator reporting
· Preparation and completion of audits against inspection and test plans
· Assisting other auditors when required on large investigations or audits

It is essential you are aware that this role requires extensive travel throughout the UK and a requirement to spend time away from home. However, this is a brilliant role which will provide a lot of variety. It is a rare role on the market for a Payroll specialist and it will provide advanced consultative skills to whoever takes on the challenge.

If you would like to apply for this permanent job, please contact William Prest on

June 11, 2015 • Tags:  • Posted in: Financial

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