About Aggregate Industries UK

We are at the heart of construction, focused on building progress and transforming the industry to deliver a more sustainable future for all. Committed to playing a significant role in enabling the UK to transition to net zero, we are driving decarbonisation across the construction materials sector.

We are recognised as one of the safest, most customer-centric companies in this space and we are looking for you to be part of our movement to grow, innovate and develop together to create continuous value. Because we believe that only by working together in an inclusive environment, where everyone can grow and thrive, we can build the world we all want to live in.

Join today and build progress with us.

The Opportunity

We have a new vacancy for a Payroll Administrator, to join our experienced and friendly Payroll team based at Bardon Hill office in Coalville, Leicestershire

Reporting to our Payroll Manager you’ll be the first point of contact for pay related queries.  Working as part of a team, you’ll play a pivotal role looking after the day-to-day administration of payroll ensuring our employees are paid on time and accurately. You’ll develop your skills working alongside experienced payroll colleagues and contribute to delivering a first class, ‘right first time’, customer focused service for our business. 

Who you are

  • Experience working in a busy payroll or finance team is preferred.
  • Some knowledge of payroll legislation, e.g. PAYE, NI, Attachments of Earnings and Statutory payments.
  • Methodical, process driven - with strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to prioritise workload, manage conflicting priorities in a demanding environment.
  • Good communicator, personable and ability to work well within a team.
  • Experience working with MS Office suite, particularly Excel.


  • Competitive salary, bonus, free parking, hybrid working (3 days in office), 25 days holiday (with options to increase) and other benefits - all recognizing the contribution you bring.
  • Opportunities for hybrid working, sometimes working from home, our offices and where you are most effective.
  • Be valued and supported, working as part of a highly respected Payroll team.
  • An inclusive and safety focused culture with people at the heart of the business.
  • Opportunities for career progression both at home and abroad (via our parent company Holcim).

We are committed to building a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age.

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