HR and Payroll Manager

Full Time Permanent

HR and Payroll Manager


A superb opportunity for a highly organised, professional individual looking for a new challenge.

With a keen eye for detail and excellent communication and negotiation skills, you will join a well-established family run business where your skills and efforts will be appreciated and rewarded.

The Role

As HR and Payroll Manager, you will join a team based within our office in Ruthin, North Wales, where you will be responsible for managing HR and Payroll. This is a varied, rewarding role, with duties that will include, although not be limited to:

Liaise with management and the board and advise on HR matters.
Support managers to administer personnel policies and procedures, including managing absence, employee relations, discipline and grievance, recruitment, inductions, training and development.
Assist management to apply company policies and procedures.
General HR and personnel file administration.
Recruitment and selection, including drafting job descriptions, person specifications and adverts, issuing offer letters and induction.
Organise training and maintain training records.
Conduct and assist with investigations, disciplinaries, meetings, appraisals, grievances as per company handbook and policies.
Maintain personnel records.
Manage absence and assist team leaders and managers with absence reviews.
Check and process timesheets, update employee attendance system, manage absences and deal with accordingly.
Process starters and leavers.
Deliver inductions.
Run payroll monthly from start to finish for two businesses within group
Send real time Information to HMRC.
Process e-banking ready for payment.
Produce pension payments spreadsheet and send to pension provider.
Manage pensions autoenrollment.
Run year end payroll.
Additional tasks as per line managers requests.
Skills and Qualifications Required

Previous experience in a HR Department with a good understanding of the manufacturing sector and demonstratable knowledge of employment law and best practice.
IT Literate, with experience in MS Office software.
Experience of using Sage 50 Payroll is highly desirable.
Flexibility to work a multi-site function as required – a company vehicle can be provided.
Strong people skills with the ability to lead and manage situations and tasks.
First class communication skills to provide guidance and assistance to employees throughout the Group.
Sensitivity in handling confidential issues.
CIPD qualifications are highly desirable.
You will be employed on a permanent contract, with full-time hours. 40 hours per week Monday to Friday.

For more information please call (phone number removed) and speak to Kathy


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