Are you seeking that next step in your career after building a foundation in UK Pensions either through administration, actuarial or investments? Then this could be the role for you.

With the opportunity to work closely with experienced and well-regarded pension's professionals, you will provide high quality Trustee Governance services to a portfolio of clients for this fast growing and well-respected pension's consultancy.

Responsibilities will be varied; from collating and preparing papers for Trustee meetings to accompanying colleagues in meetings, as well as working on special client projects. These could include key events such as risk reduction exercises, adviser reviews and communication programmes.

Your background and experience working in a team and being able to demonstrate effective organisational skills will stand you in good stead to be a success in this role.

With a good educational background, ideally degree educated, alongside an enthusiasm to learn and progress this could be the opportunity you have been seeking.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email
Posted: 30/03/2020
Central London
Job type
£Based on experience, up to c£35,000 p.a. + benefits
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