Jul 2014
Posted By: In: c £ 28000, Technical / Legal, 0 Comments

Job Description

Our clients, a respect and law firm specialising in pensions lare looking to appoint a Pensions Officer to their team in Birmingham. The day to day aspects of the role would include:

• Assisting with the preparation of meeting papers and co ordination with advisers to produce concise papers.
• Preparing a first draft of the agenda and papers in a timely manner prior to meetings.
• Preparing Chairman’s note and send immediately prior to Trustee meeting.
• Attending meetings (as Scheme Secretary).
• Assisting with the preparation and issue of draft minutes for initial comments.
• Issuing final minutes once agreed.
• Following up on outstanding actions arising from meeting.
• Maintaining soft copy filing system for Trustee Board papers and records of meetings and Trustee documents.
• Assisting with the provision of scheme returns and data as required by the Pensions Regulator.
• Maintaining an authorised Trustees signatories list.
• Organising training and ensuring the Trustee training needs are met.
• Assisting with disclosure of information to members, ex-members and potential members.
• Assisting with maintaining and recommending internal controls and a risk register to enable the Trustees to meet the Pension Regulator’s requirements.
• Maintaining confidentiality of Trustee information and data.
• Assisting with monitoring and influencing the service delivery of the Trustee’s advisers.
• Assisting with project management of services, providers and special exercises.
• Ensuring that the Trustees meet legal and compliance requirements.
• Producing an annual business plan to reflect routine matters and special project/activities.
• Assisting with drafting, agreeing and ensuring delivery of an annual scheme calendar and timetable with relevant parties.
• Co-ordinating the production of the annual report and accounts.
• Ensuring there is a process to review the strength of the sponsor’s covenant.
• Assisting in managing the triennial valuation process.

Ideally candidates will have a minimum of 2 years pensions administration experience in a client facing environment and be progressing with professional pensions examinations. Other key requirements would be:

• Pro-active approach to identification of work to be done
• Strong people skills and ability to project credible and professional image to the client
• Strong written and spoken communication skills with all levels of staff
• Ability to project management and prioritise
• IT literate with a good knowledge and high degree of competency in the use of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
• Excellent organisational skills with acute attention to detail

c £ 28000

SF 28100

Please fill out the online form if you would like to receive specific information regarding this vacancy.

Job has expired!

Sorry no comment yet.


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.