Our client is seeking five new Contractors who are Technical Analysts & Calculations Experts to join ASAP, and work with them over the next 3 months in the Pensions Technical Department (remotely, all roles are home working).  These five roles will be working on BAU (Business as usual) x 2, Pensions Increases x 1, Testing R43 (Profund, IntelliPen) x 2. If you know your skill sets fall within one or all of these areas in the Technical Pensions world then please read on and get in touch ASAP…

You will already have a proven track record/demonstrable record as an experienced pensions administration practitioner in a related role with a technical focus, excellent current pension's knowledge including HMRC rules and regulations, pensions/employer legislation and tPR regulatory code of practice.  You will have strong numeric, analytical and problem solving skills, alongside the ability to communicate/interact at all levels within the organisation.  You will also need an in-depth knowledge of all Microsoft Office software – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, and a specific Microsoft Excel skillset to build and develop Proforma for automated calculations, data analysis and manipulation and spreadsheet calculation build and review. DB Pension Schemes knowledge essential.  Experience in other software products, e.g. Profund or other Pension administration platforms will be highly advantageous in your new contract.

Ideally you can start work now or within a few weeks for this large in-house pension scheme, which due to various ongoing projects, requires your expert skills and knowledge on a contract basis for the next three months.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Dianne Beer on 07747 800740 or email dianne@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 21/01/2021
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