Payroll Administrator

Purpose of Role/Key Objectives

It began with one man’s passion for music.

Believe that the exploration of sound is an adventure? Want to join a world leader in the audio field and work alongside some genuinely talented people?

Naim Audio is a highly respected global brand that is both innovative and creative, continually receiving industry awards and consistent 5-star reviews for our ability to produce technically brilliant and stylish audio pieces. #NaimAudio #FocalpoweredbyNaim

By managing the relationship between our four pillars of engineering we enable our listeners to hear every single note in equal measure and transcend from audio sound to musical performance.  We call this unique and emotive transmission the ‘Voice of Naim’; it’s our signature, our calling card.

Here at Naim Audio there is an exciting opportunity for HR Payroll Administrator to join our HR department delivering effective and efficient HR services to our stakeholders.

Unlike most other consumer electronics, Naim Audio products are not designed to be replaced three or four years down the line, they are built for sustainability, as an investment to enable the customer to enjoy many years of incredible musical experience.  

Main Duties and Responsibilities

In summary you will be responsible for:

  • All matters relating to payroll and benefits, including adherence to all legal and best practice obligations, as well as compliance with all external auditors.
  • Ensuring that the payroll is processed and that pay, pensions and PAYE / NI are paid on time with the correct administration / payroll processes being followed.
  • Maintaining positive employee relations in respect of HR Payroll Administration with all stakeholders whilst providing an excellent HR and payroll service.
  • Accurate reporting including month end salary journals and year end procedures, together with auditor information or any due diligence reports.

Skills & Requirements

  • Minimum 2 years payroll experience including use of payroll software.
  • Excellent IT skills including but not limited to Excel.
  • Sound knowledge of legislation relating to pay and conditions, contract law in the areas of absence, paternity, maternity, etc.,
  • Computer literate, Microsoft Office and networks.

Qualification / Experience

Location:

Salisbury / Remote

Reporting to:

Senior HR Officer

Hours of work:

37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, during core working hours of 8.30 am to 6.00 pm.  Remote working 1-2 days per week.

If you are interested in this role, please contact us at [email protected].