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Group Risk & Healthcare Administrator

Posted 8 March by Ashe Consulting Easy Apply Ended

For over 70 years this global professional services firm has helped organisations around the world optimise performance through effective people, risk and financial management. They are looking to recruit a Group Risk & Healthcare Administrator to provide healthcare and group risk benefit expertise to corporate clients and to do so in accordance with the company’s procedures. The Group Risk & Healthcare Administrator will assume responsibilities towards the delivery of employee benefit consulting services to UK clients. You will also be required to provide consulting support and administer health and risk benefits and assist in the development of new business in the areas of healthcare and group risk benefit consulting. However, the role will also encompass wider healthcare consulting including absence management and the broader spectrum of employee health and wellbeing. The role would suit someone who has some consulting experience and wishes to develop these skills further through the administration of complex schemes and exposure to diverse clients to develop their consulting abilities. This is your chance to be part of a company that has a strong brand name with excellent career opportunities.

Ashe Consulting is an Executive Search & Selection firm specialising in Financial Services Recruitment focusing primarily on the London and the South East area. Areas of expertise include Actuarial, Investments, Group Risk & Healthcare, Employee Benefits, In-House Pension Schemes, Third Party Pensions Administrators / Consultancies, Pensions Software & Systems & Pensions Payroll / Accounts.

Required skills

  • Employee Benefits
  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Pension Schemes

Reference: 34294334

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