Two new Job Opportunities with Wired: Third Sector Connector and Payroll Administrator closing date Monday 16th April 2018

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Third Sector Connector – 25 hours per week (Initially Mon/Fri although subject to adjustment dependent on service needs – based in Birkenhead)

£13,156 per annum (actual salary based on a £18418.40 FTE
Wirral based charity WIRED are part of a multi-organisational framework that delivers Early Intervention and Prevention Services to vulnerable adults and children across Wirral. Within the Adult element it is a requirement to support service users currently within primary care, secondary care and health and social care provision in Wirral to access community and voluntary based health and wellbeing provision within Wirral in order to facilitate positive outcomes for the service users in relation to their health and well-being. The role of the third sector connector will be to liaise with Health and Social Care professionals to identify, support and connect vulnerable adults to services and activities in the community that will encourage community support, independence and improved health and wellbeing. The following skill areas are essential for this role;

  • Knowledge and understanding of Early Intervention and Prevention based services in Wirral
  • Robust knowledge of Wirral community and voluntary sector health and wellbeing sector providers and services available
  • Experience of case management within service provision
  • Experience and use of monitoring and feedback processes

Also, full driving licence and access to a vehicle for work related travel essential.

HOW TO APPLY: visit  http://www.wired.me.uk/Current-vacancies.asp and download the application pack. For more information contact Lynn Griffiths on 0151 670 0777

Closing date for submitting complete application forms – Monday 16th April 2018, 12 noon

Recruitment conducted in accordance with WIRED’s Equality and Diversity policies and procedures. WIRED is committed to Safer Recruitment Practices. Enhanced DBS check required. WIRED welcomes applications from disabled people

​​Payroll Administrator – 30 hours per week

£14,820 (FTE £17,290 per annum)
WIRED require an experienced payroll administrator to work within the WIRED Payroll Service based in Wirral. WIRED’s busy payroll department provides Direct Payments Payroll, Managed Budget administration (Social Care Funds) and Small Business Payroll services to a range of clients across the North West.
The successful applicant will be experienced in accurate and timely payroll production in accordance with statutory regulations, a proficient IRIS Payroll Professional operator with strong skills in Microsoft Word and Excel and a good communicator with high attention to detail. An aptitude for figures is also essential. Key areas of work will include:

  • Calculating Payroll using IRIS payroll professional system
  • Calculating the Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP)and Statutory Paternity Pay (SPP) schemes and the processing of joiners and leavers
  • Providing advice to clients in relation to pay, taxation and National Insurance.
  • Recording sickness and other absences
  • Completing various forms required by HM Customs & Excise
  • Processing Clients Pension submissions and payments to NEST
  • Processing Managed Budget Clients salary and payments via bank transfer
  • Maintaining and analyse financial records using MS Excel
  • Producing end of year records for multi-company payroll

HOW TO APPLY: Download and complete the application pack available via http://www.wired.me.uk/Current-vacancies.asp

For more information contact Gill Tudor on 0151 522 7990 (Finance Department, option 6 on telephone system)

Closing date: Monday 16th April 2018, 12 noon

Recruitment conducted in accordance with WIRED’s Equality and Diversity policies and procedures. WIRED is committed to Safer Recruitment Practices. Enhanced DBS check required. WIRED welcomes applications from disabled people

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