Posted: 31/10/2017
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Dependent on experience
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced DC consultant to join this well regarded and market-leading pensions consultancy where you will work on various DC projects, including strategy design reviews, governance and other operational needs and change projects.

Depending on your experience to date you will either lead or provide excellent support on a portfolio of clients, both corporate and occupational in structure.

Whether your background is from a consultancy or provider, your aims will be to ensure high quality advice is always provided, as well as looking to actively grow DC revenue and expand service offerings that will help lead and shape the business.

Your responsibilities will include proactively bringing DC initiatives to your clients, as well as managing multiple projects and contributing to new business proposals.

You must be able to demonstrate experience in a similar role, as well as proven ability to demonstrate excellent business and commercial acumen. You will also possess strong presentation, facilitation and organisational skills and have the ability to build effective working relationships at all levels.

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For a full job profile about this role, to apply, or for a confidential discussion please contact me.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Tasha Davidson on 0208 274 2842 / 07958 958626 or email

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