Are you a Pensions Administrator with a basic grounding in occupational pension's administration, itching to make a new career move? Or perhaps make that transition from working for a consultancy to an in-house pension scheme?
Are you also being asked to return to work full-time, when you would value a hybrid working scheme? If yes, this role also only requires you to be in the office 2 days per week, unless you prefer more?

If yes to all of the aforementioned, this could be your perfect gentle next step up, and onwards, as well as transition to some office working but also some remaining at home.

Our client is seeking a permanent pension's administrator to help process day-to-day pension's administration work, and perform pension administration services for members of the pension schemes. So far in your career you will have dealt with DB retirements and DB leavers, ill-health retirements and death cases. You will able to perform full reconciliation of contributions for pension schemes on a monthly basis, all these areas will involve verifying and, where necessary, updating of the data held on member records within the in-house administration system to ensure accuracy and completeness, ensuring that all calculations and benefit crystallisation events are processed in line with the Trust Deed and Rules.

You will be someone who understands occupational pension administration, and has decided this is your career path. You will show attention to detail and accuracy, care for members, listen and learn from your colleagues and truly want to contribute to the success of this in-house pension scheme, and make a difference by doing what you do.

As always, please apply ASAP if this role sounds just made for you!

For a confidential discussion please telephone Dianne Beer on 07747 800740 or email
Posted: 03/08/2021
Home 3 days/Office 2 days (Leicestershire)
Job type
£Up to £31,500 per annum (will vary depending on experience related to role)

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