As a Payroll Administrator you will be organised, driven and will thrive in a fast-paced environment. You will be responsible for the process of weekly payroll for up to 2,500 employees and we are looking for someone with previous weekly payroll experience. This role will be based in our Manchester Head Office, in the heart of the Northern Quarter.


In Finance, we charge towards commercial aims. Our proactive business partnering, advice and forecasting give the Group confidence to succeed. We’re all about delivering world-class finance, addressing limitations, overcoming challenges, and ensuring the business invests in the right things. Part of working in a fashion-forward fast-growing PLC means never calling ourselves corporate. Because we aren’t.


  • Ensure weekly payroll is completed effectively and accurately within the designated timescales.
  • Process new starters and leavers.
  • Process changes to terms and conditions of employment and any changes to pay.
  • Process statutory claims – SMP, SPP, SSP etc.
  • Process Court Orders and Attachment of Earnings Orders.
  • Issue P45’s for leavers and process P45’s for new employees.
  • Operate and reconcile pension schemes and company share schemes.
  • Be able to demonstrate sound payroll knowledge up to date with current legislations.
  • Liaise with HMRC and local councils where necessary.
  • GDPR compliant.
  • Setting up new company suppliers and influencers on SAGE/company supplier platform.
  • Any other administration tasks where necessary.
  • Checking new suppliers and influencers that have previously been set up or update details when required.


  • CoreHR experience desirable – however training will be given.
  • Minimum 2 year’s payroll experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail with a pragmatic approach.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines – be flexible with working hours where necessary to meet the business demands.


To succeed here, you have to love working at pace. It’s relentless, but we love it. Change is a certainty – you need to adapt and be agile. We want you to challenge the status quo, innovate and be open to trying new things. We’re always pushing boundaries. We want you to think big. Think creatively. Be bold. Be brave. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes – that’s how we learn! We empower our people, giving them freedom and autonomy to learn and grow in their roles. We’re one team, one boohoo family. Bring your own style, experiences, and ideas – we want them all.


We’ve set our sights on dominating the global e-commerce fashion market, and because we’re 13 brands (and counting), there are plenty of opportunities to grow your career. Our mission is to create a workplace where everyone is respected, their individual differences are valued, and they can be themselves at work without exception.

  • You’ll get the opportunity to take part in our various share schemes
  • Core hours enable you to flex your working times around your needs on an ad hoc basis
  • Benefits that support your health and wellbeing
  • There’s up to 40% discount off our all of our brands
  • Our social calendar? Next level
  • With HQs in Manchester and London and offices across the globe (some are dog friendly!), we offer a buzzing atmosphere and the boohoo family culture wherever you work.