If you are looking to apply for the role of a Payroll Administrator and you are good with numbers and would like to play an importantpart in an Accounts office then this job could be for you.
Payroll Administrators are responsible for making sure that people are paid on time and correctly, this includes working out additional things such as holiday pay, sick pay, maternity/paternity leave, bonuses etc and keeping accurate records of these.
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Cover Letter: Payroll Administrator
Application for a Payroll Administrator
I have seen your advert for a Payroll Administrator in (where) and I would like to apply for this role.
Please find enclosed a copy of my CV which details my previous employment history and skills.
I am a very organised person and have excellent skills in IT including MS Office packages and Excel spreadsheets.
In my previous role (if this is true) I have had some experience in an Accounts department and I feel that I am efficient and accurate in record keeping. I have also had some experience in running the monthly payroll which includes calculating any additional payment deductions including any student loan deductions and staff purchases of our staff.
I am a very organised person and this helps with my role as it’s essential to be 100% accurate so that staff are not over or underpaid and that they are paid on time into their correct bank account etc.
I am a responsible person and remain calm under pressure and I am now seeking a new environment in which to work and I would like to grow within the company and have a long career in a busy Accounts department.
If you are interested in my skills and experience as detailed in my CV please do not hesitate to contact me.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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