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Payroll and Expenses Officer

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  • Job
    Senior Level
  • Banking & Finance
  • £29.6K - £31.8K
  • Manchester


  • The role is varied, and the successful candidate will be fully immersed into all the weekly, monthly, and annual tasks, relating to pay and expenses.


  • Processing end to end monthly payrolls for approx. 1700 colleagues, weekly staff expense claim payments.
  • Month end reconciliations, and Annual reporting and pay-over of P11Db and PAYE Settlement Agreement.
  • Ensuring compliance with both GMC policies and HMRC legislation,
  • Producing and communicating accurate and timely information to a wide-ranging audience.
  • Working to tight deadlines and conflicting priorities.


What are the main responsibilities of a Payroll and Expenses Officer?

The main responsibilities include processing end to end monthly payrolls for approximately 1700 colleagues, weekly staff expense claim payments, month-end reconciliations, annual reporting and pay-over of P11Db and PAYE Settlement Agreement, ensuring compliance with GMC policies and HMRC legislation, and producing accurate and timely information for a wide-ranging audience.

How often will the successful candidate be required to work in the office?

To start with, we would like the successful candidate to come into the office weekly for induction and training. After that, it will settle into a regular Finance arrangement of once every 2 weeks in the office on a rolling day.

What benefits does the GMC offer to employees?

The GMC offers benefits such as 30 days holiday with the option to buy and sell more, a generous employer pension contribution of 15%, access to learning and development opportunities, flexible working patterns, an attractive salary reviewed annually, discounts at high street and online stores, on-site gym membership, private medical insurance, employee assistance programme, cycle to work scheme, and bike lockers and shower facilities.

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The General Medical Council (GMC) is the independent regulator of doctors in the UK. We are committed to protecting patients. We promote good medical practice and high standards of medical education and training. We register and license doctors to practise medicine in the UK to make sure that all doctors have the right knowledge, skills and experience to provide safe, high quality care to patients. Where any doctor fails to meet our standards, we act to protect future patients from harm. We are a registered charity in England and Wales (1089278) and Scotland (SC037750).