Senior Pension Administrator - Amersham

Description:

One of the UKs leading Pensions Specialist has an opening for a Senior Pension Administrator. This is an exciting opportunity for success driven individuals, seeking to continue your career within Financial Services. You will be ambitious, a keen problem solver, have strong IT skills and have a passion for numbers.
In return, you will enjoy a friendly working environment, with a management team who are always open to fresh ideas and challenges. A competitive package is on offer with an annual bonus and flexible benefits package.

Key responsibilities

  • Manage a portfolio of clients
  • Prepare manual and computer generated benefit calculations and related correspondence, as required
  • Undertake a proactive client facing role, attending client and prospect meetings
  • Process and check client pensioner payrolls, including calculation of net pay, arranging payments, liaison with tax offices and preparation of year end returns
  • Liaise with authorities including DWP, HMRC, The Pensions Regulator and the Information Commissioner
  • Prepare annual accounts



Requirements:

Essential

  • Must have proven background in Pensions Administration ideally within DB pensions
  • Educated GCSE Maths & English at grade C and above are essential -
  • A relevant degree, QPA or progress with PMI examinations is desirable together with experience appropriate for the role in pension administration.
  • A strong understanding of Microsoft Office programmes, in particular Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • PMI Level 2 Award in Pensions Essentials (APE) or progress with other PMI qualifications such as CPA would be an advantage and a willingness to make progress towards further professional qualifications
  • A strong understanding of Microsoft Office programmes, in particular Excel, Word and Outlook.

  • Job Number: 26376
  • Salary: £25,000 to £35,000 
  • Sectors: Pensions Administration
  • Types: Permanent
  • Locations: Amersham, Buckinghamshire
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