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Staff   |   Email: Payroll Office

The Payroll Office is responsible for the timely and accurate payment of the monthly salaries for all current and retired members of staff. We are also responsible for the payment of Monthly Postgraduate Stipends and Campus Visitors Payroll.

We manage all statutory and voluntary deductions and submit all returns to the relevant third parties each month. This includes returns to the Revenue, Health Insurance, Union Subscriptions and all other voluntary deductions.

Payslips and P60s for monthly and hourly paid staff are available on Core Portal, for retired staff and Post Graduate Students they are posted. For further information click on Hourly Timesheets Self Service.

If you have any further queries do not hesitate to contact one of the staff members in the Payroll Office.

All Payroll forms are available under the Quicklinks menu Finance Forms on the right hand side of this page.

 


In order for scholarship payments to commence a Financial Aid Form must be completed and returned to the Salaries Office. Any changes to these scholarships must be supported by a completed Financial Aid Amendment Form. Please note if a student has decided to finish before the official end-date on the system, the Supervisor/Department needs to notify payroll staff of this to ensure that payments are ceased immediately.

On 13 March 2013, Irish Revenue wrote to the university sector outlining its responsibilities in relation to: 

  1. the payment of fees (where relevant) to campus visitors and

  2. the reimbursement of travel and subsistence expenses to campus visitors including external examiners (EEs), quality assurance reviewers (QARs).

    The University is implementing this guidance by requiring campus visitors to complete revised campus-visitor forms in full from 1st April 2016. This Campus Visitors circular should be read in conjunction with the completion and submission of forms.

Guest Lecture payments can only be paid to individuals who have given one or two lectures per annum.  The individual being paid must return this payment under self-assessment rules to Revenue.  If more than two lectures are delivered in the tax year then payment is made via normal payment, i.e the guest lecturers will need to be setup on Core with an hourly contract (once setup all future payment will be made through Core).   A Guest Lecture Claims form must be completed and returned to the Salaries Offices in order for payment to be made.