It's time to mix it up! After many months of home working, have you decided that you would like a few days in the office, but also to continue to have a few days at home too, the perfect new work/life balance. The ability to see colleagues, work collaboratively together, bounce off each other, learn by listening and chuckle at the office jokes and happy atmosphere, and then have a few days working at home, being able to get up late (but weirdly who of you then starts earlier? I do for some reason) and put the washing on and hang it out during your coffee break and have lunch in the garden (possibly not in winter!). Sound good? Then read on about our client's four new temp to perm junior to senior pension administrator roles.

Where to begin, so many choices. Our client is seeking at least two contractors with good Defined Benefit Pension Administration Experience, which means they are also happy to consider two with good Defined Contribution experience, or if you have both DB and DC you have double the chance of being chosen for either team.  The wide salary banding being offered is because you may be junior to intermediate level with a good pension administration grounding or you may be intermediate to senior with much more experience under your belt. From opening post, importing and processing to dealing with the more complex technical calculations and queries. With four roles our client has the luxury of being able to consider Pension Administrators at different levels with different types of experience. If you have worked within occupational pension administration for an in-house pension department (like this one you will hopefully be joining) or a consultancy, and are not working or just finishing your latest contract soon get in touch ASAP.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Dianne Beer on 07747 800740 or email
Posted: 09/06/2021
London / Home
Job type
Temp and/or Temp to Perm
£28,000 - £38,000 p.a. DOE
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