We have a great new opportunity for you to consider, joining a boutique Employee Benefits and Wealth Management practice, working on Group Pension schemes and Group Risk.

Maybe you have just a short period of relevant experience at this time or potentially you are in a more senior pensions/EB role and seeking greater exposure to other Employee Benefits. Either way, this could be the role for you!

With good Microsoft Office skills you will be part of a small team working on an interesting and varied portfolio of clients, dealing with administration of pension schemes, group risk and healthcare renewals and assisting on various projects. You will also liaise with clients, and so possess good communication skills, as well as an excellent attention to detail when reviewing data.

With a good benefits package alongside support for professional qualifications this could be the career move you have been looking for!

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email craig@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 23/06/2020
Location
SW London
Job type
Permanent
Salary
£Up to £26,000 p.a. + benefits + bonus
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