Deputy Pensions and Staff Benefits Manager

Salary Description:
£27, 511 to £32, 817 p.a.
Location Description:
Leeds - Main Campus
Job Role:
Pension Manager / Director, Pensions Administration Manager, Employee Benefits Consultant, Other
Employment Type:
Full-time
Contract Type:
Permanent
Application Deadline:
22nd February 2021
Posted:
9th February 2021
Recruiter:
University of Leeds
Job Ref:
CSHRS1078

Have you an in depth knowledge of the administration and legislative requirements for DB and DC pension schemes? Do you thrive under pressure and are able to prioritise an unpredictable volume of work? Are you able to adhere to tight deadlines? Are you able to provide an excellent service to members and colleagues around pensions and staff benefits issues?

You will work with the team to provide a comprehensive administration service to the members of the University’s Pension Schemes taking account of the pension scheme rules, statutory guidelines and government legislation. Ensuring work tasks are prioritised and are carried out efficiently and effectively to meet the required regulatory deadlines.

Providing information, guidance and assistance, often of a complex nature, both verbal and written as and when required to scheme members, employees and internal and external colleagues. You will manage the quality, accuracy and processing of  pensions data, including the ability to produce detailed calculations and resolve complex issues, across all pension schemes and have an in depth knowledge of the  benefit structures of the University pension schemes. Working within the boundaries surrounding pension scheme in relation to changing UK pension legislation.

You will deputise for the Pensions and Staff Benefits Manager where appropriate.

Closing Date: 22 February 2021

Due to the current Government Coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures, the interviews for this role are likely to be conducted remotely using Microsoft Teams or Zoom.  It is also expected that relevant work within these roles may be done remotely, within the UK, while these restrictions remain in place.

Please note: If you are not a British or Irish citizen, from 1 January 2021 you will require permission to work in the UK. This will normally be in the form of a visa but, if you are an EEA/Swiss citizen and resident in the UK before 31 December 2020, this may be your passport or status under the EU Settlement Scheme.

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