Experienced Pension Administrators: Leeds

Salary Description:
Competitive
Location Description:
Leeds
Job Role:
Pensions Administration Manager, Pensions Administrator
Employment Type:
Full-time
Contract Type:
Permanent
Application Deadline:
Unspecified
Posted:
3rd May 2022
Recruiter:
Barnett Waddingham
Job Ref:

Overview

The Pension Administration Practice Area provides services to trustees of UK occupational pension schemes such as DB, DC, CARE and cash balance.

This is an exciting time of growth for the business so we are looking to recruit a number of experienced DB Pension Administrators to join our Leeds teams.  

Our office is based in central Leeds within just a few minutes walk of the railway station and close to all other major bus and car routes. 

We expect this role to be performed on a hybrid basis sharing time between home and office.

Responsibilities

Managing a portfolio of clients, preparing manual and computer generated calculations and related correspondence

You'll be maintaining the member database; preparing computer generated benefit calculations and related correspondence

You will carry out and checking cash handling functions, liaising with the bank and investment managers as appropriate

You will process and checking client pensioner payrolls

You will liaise with authorities including DWP, HMRC, The Pensions Regulator and the Information Commissioner

You will be responsible for reading, researching and understanding the documentation relating to each scheme.

Support effective team working Demonstrate an understanding of how the PPF operates and the nature and type of compensation

You will check work of other team members, ensuring accuracy and compliance.

You’ll be required to undertake ad-hoc project based or committee work.

You will take responsibility for monitoring the completion of the annual report and accounts within agreed timescales.

You’ll also attend client meetings and present administration reports.

Qualifications

You’ll have a solid background in DB pension administration. 

Ideally you will hold the Certificate in Pension Calculations or be progressing with other PMI examinations. If not, we'd be happy to provide study support.

You'll also need to have a minimum of GCSE Grade “5” or “C” in Maths and English and a strong understanding of Microsoft Office.

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