In-House Pension Manager

Salary Description:
To £80, 000 plus benefits
Location Description:
North London/ M25 Border
Job Role:
Pension Manager / Director, Pensions Actuary, Other
Employment Type:
Full-time
Contract Type:
Permanent
Posted:
7th November 2016
Recruiter:
Jenson Fisher
Job Ref:
JFLR711.1

Our client is a FTSE100 Financial Services organisation seeking an In-house Pension Manager, who is a qualified Actuary, to support the Trustees of the PLC Pension Scheme and the subcommittees, to ensure that appropriate governance is in place.

The role is based in North London/Hertfordshire border, with close links to the M25 / M1.

  •  Assisting the UK Pensions Manager and supporting the Trustee of the PLC Pension Scheme and it’s various Sub Committees (Investment, Benefits and Audit and Risk) . Providing secretarial support to the Trustee Board.
  • Managing the preparation for and organisation of Trustee and subcommittee meetings, including liaising with the in house investment manager
  • Supporting the governance committees that are responsible for the Savings Plan (effectively a corporate ISA) and other pension arrangements across the Group
  • Supporting subsidiaries to ensure they comply with automatic enrolment rules
  • Sharing Pensions best practice with subsidiaries and overseas businesses
  • Reviewing complex calculations for senior members of the pension scheme
  • Providing technical support to the in house administration and communication teams
  • Supporting the business in influencing developments in the UK and Europe in relation to occupational pension schemes, both directly and via retail and wider industry groups
  • Team you would work with outside of the business
    • External advisors to the pension scheme
    • Scheme actuaries
    • Trustees of the Pension scheme
    • Pensions administration team
  • You will be up to date knowledge of current and emerging UK pensions legislation including auto-enrolment, annual and lifetime allowances.

 Skills/Qualifications

  • Qualified actuary
  • Prioritisation and time management
  • Numerate, analytical and ability to understand complex information
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal and written

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