A fantastic new vacancy for an experienced Pension's professional who is familiar with working with Trustee Boards in providing support and governance services including the duties of Scheme Secretary. This role will be part-time, around 3 days a week, and will be predominately home-based.

Working for this award-winning and highly respected pension's provider your central role will be to coordinate the main board and sub-committee meetings, following up on agreed actions. With a focus on driving forward robust governance, you will contribute to the ongoing development of the risk management framework and associated projects. You will also oversee IDRP's and discretionary cases and draft regular communication on behalf of the Trustee.

Previous experience from an in-house team delivering this type of service to DB/DC schemes will be beneficial alongside the skills and abilities to help devise, develop and implement competitive and innovative solutions.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Craig English on 01243 860180 / 07884 493361 or email craig@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 22/06/2020
Location
Central London
Job type
Permanent
Salary
£Up to £50,000 p.a. full-time equivalent, based on experience
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