WYPF is one of the UK’s largest pension funds with assets of over £16bn.

Based in central Bradford, and administered by the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, WYPF provides the Local Government Pension Scheme to over 450 employers and almost 295,000 members. In addition we have a shared service partnership with Lincolnshire Pension Fund, the London Boroughs of Hounslow and Barnet and a number of Fire Authorities for the administration of the Firefighters Pension Schemes. WYPF is also part of the Northern LGPS.

More information can be found at www.wypf.org.uk

The Fund has a diverse investment portfolio covering all asset classes and most equity markets. The investment portfolio is actively managed and almost entirely by the in house investment teams.

To maintain and develop our position within the UK pensions industry we are now looking to appoint a Treasury Manager to assist the Managing Director and Assistant Director - Overseas in the provision of a high quality investment management service. The Fund is looking for a highly motivated individual to contribute and support the management of the West Yorkshire Pension Fund’s investment portfolio, with particular emphasis on cash and fixed income securities. The post holder will also manage Bradford Council’s debt and cash balances. You will have discretion to purchase and sell securities and will have sole responsibility for the investments in your portfolio.

You will have:

• Recognised CCAB qualification or recognised Stock Market qualification (e.g. Chartered Financial Analyst, Member of IIMR, Member of Securities Institute), or
• Part qualified in one of the above, or fully qualified AAT, or educated to a degree level, and have significant and demonstrable investment management experience.
• Relevant Investment Management experience
• Five years’ experience of working within the professional area of a large financial organisation.
• An ability to organise and plan your own workload in a busy professional environment with many competing tasks

In return, for all of the above positions, we can offer:

• Flexible working
• LGPS Pension
• Ongoing training and development

The role is based at Aldermanbury House, Bradford City Centre however, due to the impact of COVID-19 there has been a requirement for homeworking. We are committed to flexible working to ensure there is a better work/life balance.

For further information regarding this post please contact Colin Standish– Assistant Director on colin.standish@wypf.org.uk

In order to apply, please upload your CV when submitting your application.

A Basic disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service will be undertaken for this post.

Closing Date: 6th November 2022
Posted: 20/10/2022
Closes: 6th November 2022
Based at Aldermanbury House, 2-4 Godwin Street, Bradford BD1 2ST
Job type
1 x 37 hours per week
£68,209 - £77,954 pa (Pro rata for Part Time Posts)
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