Seeking a change in career direction but still utilising your pension's experience gained to date? Or maybe you are already performing a similar role but ready for the next step?

Either way, this is great new opportunity that you don’t see every day.

Working for this well-respected pension's provider, your key responsibilities will include preparing project plans for the actuarial valuations and annual funding updates, as well as preparing summary funding statements. You will also provide great support to the in-house Actuary, as well as the broader team. This will include drafting papers for trustee meetings on topics such as governance and covenant matters, as well as undertaking research and carrying out ad hoc projects.

As you can see this role is varied and will require you to have a broad understanding of pension's legislation including areas such as funding and investments.

With good support for your continued learning both through day-to-day learning with your peers but also with your PMI exams, this could be the role you have been waiting for!

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email
Posted: 10/04/2019
West Yorkshire
Job type
£Based on experience, plus benefits
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