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4 Rogart Street, G40 2AA
£23,728.13 - £25,260.92 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
37.5 hours per week
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Payroll Administrator – Finance Department, Head Office, Bridgeton, Glasgow

37.5 Hours per week | Salary – £23,728.13 - £25,260.92. | Job Reference: REQ00300

Closing Date: 24 January 2022

The Mungo Foundation is a well-established charitable organisation, with over 40 years of experience supporting vulnerable individuals across Scotland. We employ over 700 staff, supporting approximately 1500 people a year, across a diverse array of services. Our services are tailored to the needs of each individual we work with and together we work hard to improve their quality of life.

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Payroll Administrator to join our exciting organisation to utilise your experience in payroll systems, payroll data and manipulating within Excel at an advanced level and/or from Business Objects. You should have the ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines and demonstrate good communication skills and attention to detail.

Your key duties will include:

-       To collate and review payroll data for accuracy for onward submission to outsourced payroll provider to ensure an accurate monthly pay run.

-       To process payroll changes on payroll system to ensure timely and accurate salary payments are made to staff and to prevent overpayments and/or underpayments.

-       To work in conjunction with Payroll Manager to analyse Draft and Final reports from outsourced payroll provider for accuracy and compliance.

-       Submissions of relevant data to third parties such as HMRC, ONS, Pensions, etc.

-       Resolving payroll queries in a customer focussed manner.


Skills Required:


-       Up to date payroll legislation knowledge fully conversant with PAYE/RTI/NIC

-       Pension and auto enrolment experience

-       Able to work collaboratively with payroll provider and internal colleagues

-       Problem-solving with the ability to multi-task

-       Excellent communication skills both verbal and written

-       Highly advanced Excel skills

-       Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines

-       Awareness of and adherence to GDPR regulations

-       Self-motivated, able to work on own initiative as well as you can work as part of a team.

-       Able to prioritise and organise workload to work effectively in a busy team


If you are looking for a new challenge, this may be the position for you.

We value our staff very highly. Alongside competitive terms and conditions we also offer membership of both an employee benefits scheme and a credit union, plus numerous training and development opportunities..

We would appreciate if you could complete a full application form which is available on the vacancies page of our website. We would appreciate if you could complete an online application form which can be found on our website under Join our Team, then Work with Us, then under the relevant vacancy click on the Apply button.

Appointments are made subject to satisfactory membership of the Police Disclosure Act and appropriate recruitment checks.

All posts are currently subject to Job Evaluation.