The Role
Working as part of the project team, you will use project and programme management knowledge and experience to work with business stakeholders to successfully deliver scheme and corporate change projects and programmes and work on a number of high profile projects, providing system led solution, performance and analysis reporting.

Key Responsibilities
Develop work breakdown structures and robust performance baselines, establishing progress and cost monitoring methods, producing project control reports and provide performance analysis and recommendations to the department.
Oversee daily progress towards execution of project completion plans with a focus on timeliness and efficiency including managing the allocation of engagement resources, monitoring project status, and providing project status updates to managers.
Manage a wide range of complex initiatives that span between the department and Scheme/plan.
Extremely proactive in seeking system led solutions, you will research issues at a high technical level and analyse the impact to design appropriate implementation processes, along with specifying, monitoring and analysing the management information required. You will identify related training needs and discuss with the wider project team updates (or creation/development) of relevant procedure manuals and internal control for the pensions or the clients team.
Contribute to process improvement initiatives as it relates to improving project delivery.
Assist in the development of the use of web and internet technologies for communications with employees, members and trustees.
Confident in Change Management processes and presenting progress reports to key stakeholders.
Ability to develop, prepare and improve a range of project documentation in appropriate formats to help stakeholders understand key aspects of the project or programme e.g. process maps, plans on a page, highlight reports.
Develop protocols for the acquisition or disposals of Sections of the Pension Scheme to ensure smooth transfer of data and procedures.
Ability to determine the best ways of presenting information using a variety of tools.
Develop strong relationships with key departments and look to develop ways of improving data flow and consistency of data, minimising the need to duplicate data storage.
Proactively look at ways of improving the department in accordance with best practice.
Working closely with the Head of Pensions Operations to deliver departmental objectives and developing team objectives.

Experience and Education requirements
Strong working knowledge and experience of pension administration and implementing change on a Pensions Administration System.
You will have significant experience within pension and administration, with strong DB and DC knowledge.
Prince 2 Practitioner qualified and experience of working within complex projects at all levels.
A working knowledge of understanding systems, system issues and a proven track record of delivery solutions.
Previous experience of working as a Business Analyst and experience working with 3rd parties, especially consultants is an advantage.
Computer literate

Salary & Benefits
A competitive salary and benefits package.
Posted: 30/09/2019
Job type
£High competitive
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