A fantastic 12-month contract role where you will be providing pensions input and assistance on areas of compliance and technical issues. You will be helping to design policies and processes and supporting internal risk controls for this In-house Pensions Department.

You will be working with the compliance, technical and internal risk department to support and achieve department strategy. Identifying areas of improvement and helping develop solutions and proposals that will improve and maximise effectiveness and efficiencies. You will be tasked with monitoring regulatory/legislative material and making recommendations regarding what action needs to be taken.

Responsibilities will include supporting the Trustee Boards and sub-committees in compliance, technical and risk management, including data protection and security. You will be assisting with self-audit processes including development, testing and implementation delivery of changes to pension department system.

To be considered for this broad and interesting new role you will have good working knowledge of pension legislation and governance requirements, including risk management and data protection. We are looking for a candidate with focus and drive to meet objectives on time with the ability to make decisions and to act with integrity and trust. Defined Benefits and Defined Contribution experience is essential.

You will be a problem solver with experience of working within the constraints of legislation, Trust Deed and Rules and the requirements of governing pension bodies.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Tasha Davidson on 0208 274 2842 / 07958 958626 or email tasha@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 30/12/2021
Location
Home-based, Derby Office or Hybrid
Job type
Contract
Salary
£In line with experience
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