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Do you have at least 5 years’ pension administration experience or similar and are able to demonstrate a working knowledge of : Pension Administration for defined contribution pension schemes and RATS Sound working knowledge of legislative requirements of approved defined benefit, defined … Continue reading
Super role for a task driven candidate able to work under their own initiative. Applicants should be computer literate with a strong work ethic and happy to progress their career within a supportive and exciting environment. Full job spec … Continue reading
Commenced your career post Uni/College and seriously re-thinking your career? We have a fabulous opportunity to kick-start you back in a role in which your career can really take off! This dynamic and progressive organisation needs your enthusiasm, intelligence and … Continue reading
Our client needs you for their busy Pension Department. Great opportunity to develop your accounting know-how in a professional and structured environment. You will : have responsibility for the accounting of specific lines of business to Trial Balance as allocated … Continue reading
Super starter role for intelligent candidate with strong admin skills and “can-do” attitude for financial services office with busy workload. Attention to detail, focus and a good sense of humour are essential in this role. This might suit you if … Continue reading
This is an important role supporting the Business Support Team Manager to run an effective and efficient team responsible for the accurate administration of an Investment client base. You will need to be an accurate and methodical worker, with proven … Continue reading
Role will cover : To assist the underwriters in their responsibilities in relation to the Clerical aspect of the underwriting role. Involving, collation and recording of key information, ensuring this is forwarded appropriately and onwards supervision of ‘Work in Progress’. … Continue reading