What an exciting role for you to get your teeth into for 2022! In a minimum 12-month contract, which can be home or office-based, or a combination of both, you will be working for this leading pension's consultancy and be part of the team that will deliver on the Pensions Dashboard project.

You will help establish and manage an appropriate project governance structure, and manage all project stakeholders and project team members in the successful delivery of this project, including managing their tasks, project workloads, and deadlines.

Your strong communication skills will be utilised to interact and communicate effectively with project teams, governmental organisations, third party providers, clients, etc.

As well as working on the Dashboard, you will also have the opportunity to manage other complex projects and to deliver successful business outcomes; ensuring that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to a high level of business satisfaction.

To be a success in this role you will possess considerable pension's knowledge and experience, with a firm understanding of the government led initiatives such as the Dashboard, which affects the pension's industry.

You will also be able to demonstrate a proven track record in delivering large, multi-work stream projects across a third party pension administrator business.

Being Prince2 qualified, having knowledge of both Trust and Insured scheme-based work, as well as experience in delivering business defining projects that change the way a pension administrator provides its services, would all be an advantage.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 07884 493361 or email craig@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 30/12/2021
Home-based with option of attending office if desired
Job type
£Based on experience, salaried position or day rate on offer
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