An independent pension consultancy which has seen stellar growth over the past few years is seeking a pensions administrator to their join multi-award winning service. You will personally be looking after a portfolio of administration clients that range in size. It’s a mixed portfolio including that includes some DC, although the majority are DB schemes. You will be expected to manage all day-to-day activities across their allocated clients as well as helping to deliver management reports and ad-hoc projects. In this role, you will also get the opportunity to attend trustee and/or client meetings and providing support and guidance on related client administration issues. You will have at least 2 years' experience of delivering administration services to Defined Benefit pension schemes and possess strong technical pensions and legislative knowledge and understanding. In return you will be offered a competitive salary and excellent benefits including 25 days holiday, bonus, PMI, flexible working hours and full study support for professional qualifications. CLIENT CONDUCTING VIDEO-INTERVIEWING during the isolation period.
Posted: 22/06/2020
Location
Surrey
Job type
Salary
£23,000 - £27,000 pa
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