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UK Pay & Benefits Administrator

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    (UK) and London
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  • Functional Area/Experience
    Human Resources / Fresh Graduate

Job Description & Qualifications

Our vision is to inspire brands and people to impact the world. To create big ideas that make a significant contribution to the planet, society, and the bottom line. We believe in today’s world this is the best way for our clients to achieve sustainable growth.    

We achieve this by breaking down the barriers that restrict talent and ideas, we call this Borderless Creativity.          

Which is why our teams work fluidly across five capabilities: Advertising, Consulting, Experience, PR and Influence, and Health. This allows us to not only operate but innovate at the intersection of capabilities and talent.  We believe impact and magic lie at this intersection. Ogilvy scales this by seamlessly connecting and accessing the deep and diverse cultural expertise of 132 offices in 83 countries in a way that celebrates our commitment to inclusion.    

Our mission: We inspire brands and people to impact the world 

How we do it: We innovate and operate at the intersection of people and capabilities  

What we do: Borderless creativity  

About this role: 

Contract type:    Fixed-Term

Full Time/Part time:    Full-Time

Contract duration: 6 months

Reporting into: Pay & Benefits Partner

The Pay & Benefits administrator will support the Pay & Benefits Partner and work closely with two Pay & Benefits Advisers on administering the company benefits, data input for payroll and respond to email in relation to benefits queries/requests.

Where applicable, the Benefits Administrator will be responsible for maintaining/updating 700 employee's data entry within the Ogilvy Group though the company payroll system. In addition the Benefits administrator will support the HR Operations Team on maintaining/updating the HR data our HR system, Talent Tree.

Key Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the Pay & Benefits advisers (x2) on data inputs in a timely and accurate manner though the agreed deadlines.
  • Review the data output from various reports sources to ensure accuracy has been met.
  • Advance Excel skills for data extractions, manipulation, and data analysis for management reports and internal audit compliances.
  • Experience in Administering the Company benefits (Gym Payments/Pension/CCV/ Bike Scheme/STL etc), although not essential.
  • Ad Hoc reporting/data gathering requests from management and business partners(internal/external)

At Ogilvy UK, we want to make sure that you’re set up to grow and develop in your role and enjoy some of the best times of your working career. Our learning and development team are on hand to provide training for you, to help you excel in every aspect of your role. So, if you think you may not have experience in some aspects of this position, don’t worry, and apply away. We’re here to help you grow and nurture your skills.  

How we help you Thrive:  

  • 25 days annual leave + 1 Volunteer Day 
  • Bupa Healthcare (including Bupa health assessment and menopause support) 
  • Enhanced leave policies or parents and carers
  • We have a flexible working policy with core working hours between 10am – 4pm. We also operate a 3:2 hybrid working structure 
  • A 1.5:1 matching pension structure 
  • Up to £25.00 per month towards physical or online exercise class membership
  • Opportunity to sign up for Unmind membership, LifeWorks tool and annual eye tests
  • Learning and development budgets plus enhanced and ongoing wellbeing incentives and activities throughout the year 
  • Season ticket loan and cycle to work scheme  
  • Life Assurance x4 salary  
  • Inclusion@Ogilvy – our employee networks Ogilvy ReWired, Roots, Equals, PROUD and Parents and Carers. See here for more information  

Dedicated to our people, we provide additional perks to help support your work life balance 

If this sounds like the right role and company for you, we’d love to hear from you. 

Our ambition is to attract the very best diverse talent to Ogilvy, and to be the employer of choice in the UK. We want everyone to feel welcome when they join us, and once they’re here, for them to want to stay with us, grow their career, and to feel they belong with us. 

We are an equal opportunity employer and we’re committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment for everyone who wants to work at Ogilvy. For us, diversity, equity and inclusion is integrated into everything that we do. We believe that for creativity to flourish, everything about how we work must have diversity at its core. Your race, colour, ethnic, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, have no bearing on our hiring decisions, but we encourage everyone to feel free to express their true selves in an environment we are consistently striving to make as inclusive as possible.  

We aim to facilitate an accessible and positive application experience for all candidates. If you require any adjustments from us to support you through the process or expect to require any adjustments to working conditions to be able to best perform in the role, please let us know. We are happy to consider all reasonable adjustments. 

Ogilvy is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion or belief, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, military/veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disability. We believe in creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion and strives to recruit a diverse slate of candidates to help us achieve that goal.

Job Skills/Competencies Required

Essential Skills

  • Proven experience in managing your own workload.
  • An understanding of UK tax and benefits legislations, although not essential.
  • Ability to work calmly and productively within tight deadlines.
  • Experience in a fast-paced environment and self-managing attitudes.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • IT and data skills including extensive use of Excel.
  • Organizational skills, working flexibly on prioritizing workload, towards tight deadlines.
  • Strong Communication skills, written and verbal.
  • Self-motivated, proactive, adaptable, resourceful, and able to apply initiative to work independently as well as contribute to the effectiveness of a larger function.

Desirable Skills

  • SD Worx Payroll software.
  • Advanced Skills in SharePoint Application.
  • Advanced Skills in Excel such as Macro and complex formulas.
  • Talent Tree (HR Software) experience.

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