Payroll Administrator Apprentice

Lanarkshire
Description

Why join us

Step into the spotlight and join Emtec Group Management's dynamic team as a Payroll Administrator apprentice.

Unleash your potential at a leading contractor in building services, known for professional, quality, and cost-efficient services across the UK. With a diverse range of business expertise, and capabilities, including mechanical and electrical engineering, facility services and renewable energy, the opportunities are endless at Emtec Group. If you have previously studied Accounting/Economics or Business this could be the role for you, apply now.

Working hours:

Monday – Thursday 8.30am-4.30pm and Friday 8.30am-3.30pm

You will:

  • Process weekly timesheets for all group companies.
  • Identify, investigate, and resolve any discrepancies in timesheets.
  • Maintain all payroll records and process any changes i.e. rate of pay.
  • Answer employee questions about wages and deductions.
  • Issue weekly payslips to all employees.
  • Upload, check company and employee pension contributions.
  • Submit the relevant reports to HMRC.

Ideally you will have the following skills:

  • The desire to progress and develop within a busy Payroll department is required.
  • Good numerical skills
  • Great attention to detail and organisational skills
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Capable of working with minimal supervision once trained
  • Competent with excel and other Microsoft packages
  • Ability to work on tight deadlines

What’s next for you:

  • A QA Apprenticeship with Emtec Group is the key to unlocking your potential and securing a successful future in a permanent role working for the Payroll department. With a 90% employment rate post-apprenticeship, and opportunities for ongoing development through our various programs, the possibilities are endless.

Important information:

QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Skills Development Scotland agency. To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.