Payroll and Pension Manager
Finance Department, Royal Academy of Arts
£30,000 plus attractive benefits
The Royal Academy of Arts is one of the UK’s foremost arts institutions, famous for its world class exhibitions including Van Gogh, Anish Kapoor and David Hockney. Its purpose is to be a clear, strong voice for art and artists. Its public programme promotes the creation, study and enjoyment of art to a wide range of audiences through exhibitions, education and debate.
The Finance team is looking for a new Payroll and Pension Manager. Responsible for managing up to 500 permanent and casual staff, the successful candidate will have at least 5 years’ hands on experience of managing a complex payroll function of a similar size. They will also have experience of managing pension schemes (final salary and stake holder).
Ideally CIPP certified, they will be a strong communicator, able to build rapport and apply a customer service approach to the role. Approachable and friendly, they will provide clear and accurate information in response to any payroll or pension queries. Diplomatic and discreet, they will be fully familiar with data protection requirements.
Technically knowledgeable and systems orientated, they will be comfortable with payroll and pension systems and be a proficient user of MS Office Applications (specifically advanced MS Excel skills).
Supremely well organised, systematic, tidy and efficient, the successful candidate will be able to manage a large volume of administration. They will possess a keen eye for detail and strong numeracy and analytical skills. With first class drafting skills, they will be able to produce clear meeting minutes and reports.
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To apply, please send your CV with a covering letter, detailing how you feel you meet the criteria, to email@example.com
and include reference RA/Payroll 01 in the subject.
Interviews are on-going; anticipated start date no later than 4 November 2013.