Associate Pensions Consultant - Scotland

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Job ID:

4127377

Location:

Lanarkshire 

Category:

Banking, Finance

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per year
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Job Views:

988

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

06.03.2018
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Job Description:


This is an excellent, client-facing opportunity for a talented part-qualified pensions actuary to provide an expert and professional delivery of service, identifying improvements to this service and building strong client relationships.

You will take responsibility to keep abreast of changes in the employee benefits environment and the firm's propositions whilst playing a key role in setting and negotiating fees where appropriate with the Actuary / Client Manager.

The successful candidate will have relevant industry knowledge (retirement/pensions ideally) and/or consulting knowledge together with sound technical capability.

Good understanding of employee benefits / occupational pension provision essential.

Study supported provided.

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Associate Pensions Consultant - Scotland

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Job ID:

4127377

Location:

Lanarkshire 

Category:

Banking, Finance

Salary:

per year
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

988

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

06.03.2018
col-wide   

Job Description:


This is an excellent, client-facing opportunity for a talented part-qualified pensions actuary to provide an expert and professional delivery of service, identifying improvements to this service and building strong client relationships.

You will take responsibility to keep abreast of changes in the employee benefits environment and the firm's propositions whilst playing a key role in setting and negotiating fees where appropriate with the Actuary / Client Manager.

The successful candidate will have relevant industry knowledge (retirement/pensions ideally) and/or consulting knowledge together with sound technical capability.

Good understanding of employee benefits / occupational pension provision essential.

Study supported provided.