An opportunity for an experienced Pensions Professional to join a leading specialist within Pensions and Employee Benefits, who offers a market leading pension administration service across both occupational DB and DC schemes. The successful candidate will be responsible for pension administration management and consultancy tasks. Duties will include overseeing the day to day management of the occupational DB pensions administration team, management of client relationships with Trustees and corporate clients and new business activities. Within the portfolio, you will oversee the project management of annual and ad-hoc projects and take responsibility for all aspects of admin billing. To be considered for this role, you will have a wealth of occupational DB pensions administration experience and previous supervisory and management experience. In return you will receive and competitive salary and great benefits including, holiday, discretionary bonus, pension, flexible benefits, life assurance and much more!
Posted: 02/12/2019
Location
Berkshire
Job type
Salary
£35,000 to £55,000 pa
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