Rare chance to join this market leading UK Benefits Consultancy as Head of DC. You will lead a team of 8 and oversee the management of a portfolio of insured pensions arrangements, GPP and Master Trust. You will lead on strategy and scheme design, alongside ongoing governance, investment and engagement, with financial wellbeing on the top of your agenda.

This is a fast-paced, competitive environment which requires a natural leader who is commercially minded, target driven and can demonstrate the ability to cross sell. This client-facing role requires an excellent networker who has the gravitas to operate at board level building solid relationships.

In return, this firm offers office or agile working if preferred and a highly competitive remuneration package.
Posted: 23/11/2020
Location
Hampshire or Remote
Job type
Salary
£Highly Competitive
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