Working for an in-house pension department with outsourced pension schemes, you will be a Pensions Specialist able to manage one main project, and hopefully other smaller ones at the same time or when required during your 6-month contract until the end of April 2022. As the new Pensions Project Specialist to this major industry name, you will be responsible for project management of all parties involved in a major GMP equalisation project, liaising with each external advisor/provider and internal parties to ensure project deliverables are met. You will also be involved in other projects due to be undertaken in 2022 for this major in-house pension scheme.

You will have strong communication, organisational and project management skills, ideally gained from working for an in-house scheme or a consultancy. You will be confident engaging with stakeholders, external advisors and providers, and will help manage these relationships for pensions, and ensure the project and all related projects are kept on track, completed fully and delivered on time.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Dianne Beer on 07747 800740 or email
Posted: 15/11/2021
Homeworking (with occasional onsite visit – Middlesex)
Job type
£Day rate in line with experience (c£500 per day, role is inside IR35 via umbrella payroll provider)

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