The role of Senior Pensions Administrator will be working on a department administering Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution pension schemes.
As the Senior Pensions Administrator, your duties will be to:
• Be a point of reference on technical issues and non-standard cases.
• Challenge procedures to identify process improvements and pass on recommendations to Team Leader.
• Check and challenge the basis of work performed by junior associates and make sure that the requested work has been undertaken.
• Coach junior associates on errors made to explain and prevent reoccurrence.
To be a successful Senior Administrator you will have the following skills and experience:
• Interpersonal skills to include good written and verbal communication.
• Good time management skills and the ability to organise and prioritise own workload.
• Able to work with a high level of accuracy.
• Customer and quality focussed.
• Computer literate.
• Experience of dealing with occupational pension schemes (DB and or DC).
• Experience of managing junior associates.
Successful candidates will be required to complete a Criminal Records Bureau check and Credit Check.
The job title of ‘Senior’ relates simply to the level of experience and has no relevance to age. You are encouraged to apply for any opportunities that you feel to be suitable, irrespective of age or level of experience. A successful candidate will ideally come from a background in third part or in-house pensions administration.
In return, the Administrator will receive a salary of £325 per day (depending on experience) on an initial 3 month contract.
The first stage of the application process is to apply online.