Providing services to clients across the public and private sectors, our client's pension department has offices across the UK and we now have a new role which is available as a work from home contract, reporting into one of the busy TPA teams. You will have good home office facilities and be a senior administrator seeking something different to cradle to grave pensions work. This is a project based position to support the administration teams and skills sets must be in Defined Benefits (DB) working on large clients. You will take full responsibility for the projects which will include scheme events, recalculations and analysis as well as improving efficiencies, technical manuals, staff training, rectification and redress work around calculations and GMP's. This is a senior role where you will also deputise for the manager and we are seeking a technical specialist who wants to continue their career in pensions administration and is happy to move away from BAU work. To be considered you must demonstrate strong Excel skills, including formulas, VLOOKOP, pivot tables and have experience of data cleans/manipulation. In return, this employer offers a real career path, support for professional qualifications and a very good flexible benefits package.
Posted: 19/10/2020
Location
Working From Home
Job type
Salary
£28,000 - £33,000 pa
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