Pensions Administrator

Salary Description:
£18, 000 - £23, 000 per annum
Location Description:
Bristol
Job Role:
Pensions Administrator
Employment Type:
Full-time
Contract Type:
Permanent
Application Deadline:
Unspecified
Posted:
6th February 2019
Recruiter:
ORB People
Job Ref:

Job Summary

We are currently recruiting on behalf of our client for Pension Administrators to join a team based in Bristol whose core function is to deliver pension related projects.

The successful candidate would work as part of the team in providing excellent client focused services. This entails data cleanse, data validation and reconciliation exercises as required to ensure that member benefits are in line with those defined under the Scheme Rules, by the Pensions Regulator and HMRC regulations.

Responsibilities:

  • Completing cases assigned in a timely manner and in line with agreed project requirements;
  • Escalating concerns where they feel target deadlines are at risk of being missed;
  • Paying attention to the quality and accuracy of your work thereby minimising the risk of failed targets;
  • Ensuring internal procedures are followed minimising the risk of errors and omissions;
  • Ensuring accurate work codes are entered on Practise engine and personal responsibility is taken for achieving utilisation targets
  • Ensuring processes followed comply with relevant internal controls and meet target deadlines and appropriate legislative / regulatory requirements
  • Reviewing work that is rejected due to an error and highlighting any need for further training or request further clarification to aid training and reduce the number of rejections for the same reason;
  • Escalating problems or concerns where you are not able to resolve them;
  • Providing management information within target requirements;
  • Effectively working with internal clients;
  • Learning from experience and achieving maximum efficiency and accuracy;
  • Contributing towards continuous improvement within the organisation;
  • Committing to Personal Development and actively encouraging others to learn and develop;
  • Attending training sessions as required;
  • Taking ownership of the training received and asking questions where required;

Experience and Education Requirements

Essential:

  • Strong Maths and English GCSE or equivalent qualification;
  • Educated to "A" level or equivalent standard in Maths and English;
  • Good written and communication skills;
  • High levels of literacy and numeracy;
  • 1 + year of relevant experience or project related work in financial services.

Additional Details

Our Client offers highly attractive reward packages. They are aware of how integral their employees are to their progress, so ensure that everyone shares in that success. Whilst this varies from company to company typical benefits can include:

  • Employee share schemes
  • Flexible Benefit Scheme
  • Generous holiday entitlement
  • Pension Plan
  • Private healthcare scheme

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