Our client is one of the largest DB pension schemes in the UK with assets close to £20bn in value. We are currently looking for a funding & covenant specialist to join this in-house pension scheme. The role would suit a qualified or part qualified actuary.

The Role:

• Assist in the development and delivery of pension strategy.
• Perform actuarial modelling on the future impact of the pension schemes.
• Provide the full range of technical advice and subject matter expertise as part of the actuarial team.
• Work closely with investment specialist colleagues.
• Deliver results which are aligned with the Trustee’s strategic objectives.
• Actuarial valuation work – impact of changing assumptions / contribution patterns.
• Scenario testing - funding impact of changing economic conditions or investment decisions.

The Person:

• Ability to draw on current, in-depth pensions actuarial knowledge and expertise.
• Experience of trust based pension arrangements.
• Strong working knowledge of defined benefit scheme management.
• Understandimg of governance and legislative requirements and an understanding and interest in investments as you will work closely with the investment team.
• Will possess a relevant actuarial qualification.

In the first instance interested candidates should email a CV with a covering letter explaining your suitability for the position along to our retained executive search consultant Shaun Bishop at Moorlands Human Capital info@moorlandshumancapital.com
Posted: 17/05/2019
Job type
£Dependent Upon Experience
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