Reward Analyst: Pay and Benefits

Bristol, Birmingham or Cheltenham - ££40,000 per year -

Ref: - Closing Date: Jun 30, 2022

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  • Salary: £40,000.00 per year

Pay and Benefits Analyst

FTC: 6 Months initially

Salary: C. £40,000

Hours: Full or part time/4-day week

**We can accommodate flexible working or hybrid options.

The role:

We are hiring for a Pay and Benefits Analyst to join a growing org at a time of excitement and change.

Your main role will be to support the Benefits and Payroll responsibilities from other colleagues during the implementation process of a new HR system programme. It will be a varied role requiring ability to complete calculations, manipulate data, work to deadlines and provide technical payroll and benefit expertise.

This role may cover responsibilities from more than one role – Payroll & Benefits Manager, Reward Advisor and Payroll Advisor, including:


  • Supporting the flexible benefit programme, and answering employee queries
  • Member of the annual benefits renewal project team
  • Process monthly benefits invoices, and support benefit calculations for leavers, sabbaticals and family leave
  • Support communication and engagement program


  • Support HR team for any benefits queries or payroll calculations
  • Holiday calculations for changes in working patterns and updating database for holiday changes


  • Managing payroll transactions and processing via the payroll provider
  • Check payroll reports produced by outsourced payroll provider
  • Analysis of payroll data and processes to identify opportunities for improvement
  • Work with Finance team to ensure yearly reporting is carried out on time and in line with HMRCs deadline

Projects involvement will include:

  • Supporting Payroll changes
  • HRIS System implementation (Oracle)
  • Family Friendly policy development
  • Supporting TUPE activity (payroll and benefits aspects)

Ideal experience:

  • Strong numerical reasoning skills, inc. Intermediate – advanced excel: including manipulating data and reporting
  • A good knowledge of payroll and flexible benefits
  • Ability to communicate technical information to a varied audience
  • Payroll experience – including statutory calculations – maternity, family friendly and sickness alongside taxation
  • General reward experience including advising on complex calculations and supporting pay changes processes

To begin the application process, please submit an up-to-date CV and we will be in touch to discuss the recruitment process.

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