This is a great opportunity for a pensions' professional with a wealth of Trustee Services experience to act as a secretary to the schemes sub-committees. You will strategically develop the governance framework and assist on departmental projects, managing projects from conception to implementation to include projects such as adviser tender exercises, trustee training re-design, scheme documentation and trustee policy reviews and board structure changes, whilst also supporting on critical projects such as triennial valuations and scheme changes. To be considered for this role, you will have significant experience of providing Trustee services. In return, you will receive a competitive salary with a good Bonus scheme, with secure parking, gym and on site facilities.
Posted: 05/01/2021
Location
South London
Job type
Salary
£To £45,000 pa
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