Belfast, United Kingdom

Payroll Administrator (20 hours a week)

Full-time / part-time
Human Resources
3 Cromac Place
United Kingdom

Job description

We currently have a new and exciting opportunity for a Payroll Administrator within our UK & Ireland HR team. The successful candidate will be an integral part of our HR team and provide payroll administration services for our UK and Ireland offices. 

The will be a part-time role role (20 hours week)

Day to day

  • Ensure accuracy, completeness and timely provision of the monthly payroll for multiple entities with different pay dates.
  • Gather and input monthly data including starters, leavers, sickness, overtime and expense claims.
  • Administer payroll compliance as required eg. PAYE, NIC, P11D’s, Pension and Auto-enrolment.
  • Check processed payroll data including payslips and submit reports to  Finance for approval prior to running final monthly payroll.
  • Ensure timely electronic distribution of payslips;
  • Provide net pay data and other payroll reports for Finance to raise payments to employees, HMRC and other third parties;
  • File monthly payroll records.
  • Respond to staff payroll queries;
  • Assist with extracting payroll information and compiling reports as required;
  • Manage and co-ordinate best practice processes to ensure the accurate processing of all pay related data.
  • Ad hoc payroll/HR administration duties

Key behavior's we expect to see

In addition to demonstrating our Group Values (Authentic, Bold, and Collaborative), the role holder will be expected to demonstrate the following:

  • Demonstrates excellent accuracy and organisational skills . 
  • Can prioritise high volumes of work and is resilient through change.
  • Collaborates with stakeholders to get results.


  • GCSE’s including Maths and English.
  • Recognised payroll qualification desirable e.g. AAT Bookkeeping or Sage Certification.
  • Three years’ experience working in a similar role
  • Previous demonstrable payroll administration experience
  • Proficient in suite of Microsoft packages
  • Working knowledge of computerised HR/Payroll system
  • Experience managing payroll in ROI (Desirable) 


Additional information

At IQ-EQ we want you to reach your full potential. We offer an inclusive and diverse environment to support your career aspirations. With a strong emphasis on continuous learning and a holistic approach to your professional and personal development. We also offer opportunities across our service lines and our international network of offices.

Company description

IQ-EQ is a leading Investor Services group which combines global expertise with an unwavering focus on client service delivery. We support fund managers, global companies, family offices and private clients operating worldwide

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