Are you a Pensions Officer looking for a great Part Time Opportunity? Joining this international company and working 30 hours per week you will be supporting the Pensions Manager with the implementation and then subsequently the management of the schemes. You will be working closely with the Secretary to the Trustees, senior management and liaise with the schemes third party administrators to ensure high standards are continued to be met. To be considered for this role you will have extensive knowledge both DB and DC pension funds with involvement of attending trustee meetings; along with the ability to communicate at all levels including senior management and members. In return the company offer a fantastic working environment, including onsite parking, a gym, subsided canteen, a competitive salary and fantastic benefits.
Posted: 18/03/2019
Location
Berkshire
Job type
Salary
£30,000 to £40,000 pro rata pa
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