28
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

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