Looking for a new challenge? Wanting to work for a leading pensions consultancy? Our client are seeking a Senior Pensions Administrator who will be primarily responsible for helping, supporting and mentoring their colleagues with their pensions expertise, production of annual benefit statements, pension increases renewals and admin reports, authorisation of scheme records and events, checking calculations and processes, participating in team meetings and you will also be involved in any other ad-hoc project work. To be considered, you will have previous DB/DC pensions administration experience with excellent accuracy, attention to detail and quality management. In return, there is an attractive rewards package on offer, including pension, bonus and flexible benefits.

The pensions team are based in Edinburgh but this role can also be based from home on a full time basis.
Posted: 11/01/2021
Location
Home Working
Job type
Salary
£28,000 - £33,000 pa
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