Pay and Pensions
Head of Section: Jim Ross
Service Level Commitment
- Ensure that accurate payments are made to staff in line with the monthly deadlines
- Ensure that there is effective communication between University staff and external pension administrators on pension benefits or issues and that issues are resolved in an effective & sensitive manner.
This section is responsible for the following:
Click here to access Employee and Manager Self Service in the HR/Payroll System
Payslips on your Mobile phone
Did you know you can now view your payslip on your mobile phone or tablet device? Further information on how to configure your device can be found here
How to get a National Insurance number
If you have mislaid or can't find your National Insurance you can request confirmation from HMRC. This online request can also be used to update your name and address - the online form can be found at :
Do not complete this form is you:
- have never had a National Insurance number before and are under age 20 - phone the National Insurance Registration Helpline on Tel 0845 915 7006 for advice
- never had a National Insurance number before, are aged 20 or over and never had Child Benefit claimed for you - phone Jobcentre Plus on Tel 0845 6000 643 for advice or go to: www.direct.gov.uk
Remember, when you receive your National Insurance number you must provide a copy to this office. You can update pay & pensions by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
USS Members' Annual Report 2012
Please see the link below for your copy of the USS Member' Annual Report 2012. Please take the time to read this document. Should you prefer a paper copy please contact Brian Gavin on extension 5366 who will be able to provide you with one.
The payroll deadlines for January to December 2013 are now listed on our website
Please click here to see Payroll and Pension deadlines
State Pension Age
The state pension date for women is increasing. You can check your state pension age at the website below:
Fraudulent HMRC Scam
Some employees have reported receiving emails from HMRC informing them that they may are due a tax refund. HMRC have confirmed that they do not email individuals in this fashion and that these emails are fraudulent and should be disregarded no matter how legitimate they may look.
Our Bulletin Board contains information on deadlines, our Inland Revenue employers tax reference number and much more.