An industry leading Employee Benefits Consultancy with offices across the whole of the UK are currently looking to add an experienced Pension Project Coordinator to join their Leeds based office.
As the Projects Coordinator you will work very closely with the Administration and Technical teams. Some of your main responsibilities will include; design benefit promas and full member test packs, sign off and authorise calculations for automation on DB and DC schemes, complete reports and provide summary of benefits for the system team and be a point of reference for technical enquiries and assist where necessary on complex project work.
To be successful in this role you need have a wealth of knowledge on Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution schemes and be heavily involved in the technical and project side of administration. It is essential that you have experience in creating, testing and authorising calculations and worked very closely with Pension systems and data. It will be a huge advantage if you possess the PMI qualification as well.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a technical minded Pensions professional to further their career with a massively expanding and hugely respected organisation. You will be provided with genuine career progression and rewarded with a very generous basic salary, bonus and benefits package.
Please quote 35618 when calling Alexander Lloyd on 01293 572900 and ask for our Pensions and Benefits division. This is only one of many vacancies we are handling. Alexander Lloyd is a specialist within Financial Services recruitment. Areas of expertise include IFA, Advisors, Employee Benefits, Compliance, Pensions, Group Risk, Paraplanners, Sales Support, T&C etc.
Due to the high amount of interest that we receive for each of our roles unfortunately we cannot respond to each application individually, therefore if you do not hear back from one of our consultants you have not been shortlisted for this role. Please continue to check our website www.alexanderlloyd.co.uk for any other roles which may be of interest.