A fantastic opportunity for a Pensions technical expert to join this very friendly team as Technical Lead. Working for this specialist Pension software company you will be the key subject matter expert providing clients with advice on the development and implementation of pension's calculations, administration processes, software, and service solutions.
We are seeking someone who understands complex pension's legislation and can translate this into user friendly terms. Proven experience in public sector pensions would be ideal but candidates with good knowledge of private sector DB occupational pensions will also be considered.
You will be a highly numerate and analytical individual and an enthusiastic problem solver who takes pride in designing and delivering solutions.
In your new role you will be responsible for the end-to-end solution designs ensuring that they are effective, efficient and adhere to pension's legislation and best practice. You will build strong working relationships across teams, customers and with the regulators to understand the pension's landscape, legislation, and requirements. Taking the lead on designing solutions, underpinned by award-winning software used to administer many of the UK’s largest pension schemes.
If you are seeking a new challenging and broad role where you will be a part of the end-to-end life-cycle from the early stages of bids and tenders through to implementation, including requirement gathering, solution design, configuration, delivery, and post implementation support then apply without delay.
Hybrid working is preferred so living within commutable distance from the Greater Manchester area is ideal, however, mainly homeworking would be considered for the right candidate so if frequent office visits will not be possible for you yet the role appeals please still do get in touch. You must be able to occasionally travel to clients (UK-wide) when required and attend the office periodically for meetings.
For a confidential discussion please telephone Tasha Davidson on 0208 274 2842 / 07958 958626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org