Your next career move will involve dual skills! You will be someone who has both strong diagnostic, analytical and process skills, as well as strong leadership and line management capability.

You will be an experienced pensions professional with an excellent understanding of managing, reporting and improving data in a regulated environment, who also possesses organisational strategic awareness and proven ability of developing strategic solutions. At the same time you will have strong people skills enabling you to manage a happy team of between 10-12 pension administrators.

Your primary focus will be to manage the accuracy and completeness of Scheme member data. Your role will drive the data strategy to improve the integrity of data over the life-cycle of member journeys thereby enabling the operation to utilise technological solutions to deliver an exceptional member experience.

In order to achieve this, you will build and maintain a data cleanse programme, to rectify known data issues, as well as execute a suite of routine data checks enabling improvements to be measured and giving confidence that no new issues are being created. Identifying process improvements to enhance/maintain the quality of data will also be a key aspect of the role.

Key to the effectiveness of this role will be your ability to report and analyse Scheme pension data, as well as an in-depth knowledge of how pension scheme data gets used in practice. You will have strong IT, Microsoft office and Excel skills, coupled with technical understanding of Defined Benefit Pensions scheme data.

If all of the aforementioned sounds just what you have been looking for and you are confident you have most if not all the desired skills (as we appreciate the role is multi-faceted) then please get in touch ASAP.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email craig@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 06/10/2020
Location
Derbyshire
Job type
Permanent
Salary
£In line with experience, and negotiable in line with experience
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