Are you seeking a new challenge where you can utilise your experience of corporate transactions in a new (and rare to see!) part-time role?

With your accountancy (or similar) qualification, as well as previous consulting experience you will be working alongside the client lead in developing advice for clients to solve their problems. This will require you to use your technical skills to determine and manage the required analysis underpinning the advice and also use your communication skills to ensure effective delivery of that advice. One key aspect of this role will be to ensure the reports for clients are all well-structured, clearly written and prepared in time. You will also have the opportunity to develop client relationships with the aim of ultimately progressing to lead those relationships.

In this varied role you will also assist with a range of marketing and new business related activities, as well as be supported by junior resources regarding the more analytic aspects of the work, providing guidance and managing the delegation of work.

Whilst no previous formal prior experience relating to the employer covenant is required (although any experience would be advantageous), you will be able to demonstrate a solid understanding of the UK pension's industry and the latest guidance from the Pensions Regulator regarding the employer covenant.

With this team growing thanks to continued new business this is a great time to join, are you ready?

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email
Posted: 27/01/2020
Central London, though other offices may be considered
Job type
£Dependent on experience
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