You will take day-to-day responsibility for the delivery of administration consulting projects to a broad selection of pension clients, including some of the largest pension schemes in the UK. You will work on such projects as data and benefit audit projects, administration operation reviews, administration outsourcing and provider selections, governance reviews and a wide range of other projects. Other duties will be drafting and reviewing reports, delivering at client meetings, overseeing the work of junior team members and being a point of contact for clients. To be considered for this role, you will have relevant experience working in the pensions industry with a particular strong understanding of pensions administration operations and what constitutes “best practice”. In return, you will receive a competitive salary and benefits package.
Posted: 30/11/2020
Location
North West / Berks / West Mids
Job type
Salary
£Negotiable
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