This job has ended. Find similar jobs.

Technical Pensions Analyst

Posted 5 January by Willis Towers Watson Ended

Technical Pensions Analyst

As a technical pensions analyst you will help the relevant workstream manager lead a team of permanent and transient analysts (trainee and mid-level analyst) to ensure the consulting and other teams within the business receive high quality, timely and cost effective support for a variety of complex internal and external client projects. Key responsibilities will include undertaking as well as checking individual member calculations, actuarial valuations, factor reviews, funding updates and accounting disclosures as well as drafting reports and other client documentation.

Other duties will include:

  • Associate training and development
  • Information management
  • Process improvement
  • Project management

Performance Objectives:


  • Ensure you and those that do work for you have the necessary skills and experience to carry out allocated work effectively
  • Ensure internal quality processes are adhered to at all times


  • Coach and mentor more junior colleagues
  • Build and maintain solid and productive working relationships with internal clients


  • Ensure you and those doing work for you deliver first time, on time and within agreed service level agreements
  • You are recognised as an integral and essential part of service delivery


  • You help deliver high quality work to agreed scope at the lowest possible cost
  • All of your work is logged in accordance with time recording procedures

The Requirements

  • Graduate or equivalent academic and practical experience in a professional service organisation

  • A deep and comprehensive knowledge of individual or general pensions calculations in the defined benefit sector- both technical and procedural

  • Outstanding organisation skills

  • Good Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel

  • Proven people skills

  • Good negotiation/influencing skills

  • Pragmatic and commercial approach to problem solving

  • Wholly committed to service delivery

  • Ability to deal with priority conflict

  • Strong desire to coach and develop associates

Willis Towers Watson is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on any basis. We support flexible working and this role will be considered on a flexible basis.

Required skills

  • Analytical Skills
  • Microsoft Office
  • Organisational Skills
  • Negotiation/Influencing Skills

Reference: 33765930

Bank or payment details should not be provided when applying for a job. is not responsible for any external website content. All applications should be made via the 'Apply now' button.

Report this job