I am a pensions professional having worked in the pensions industry for almost 30 years working both for a third party administrator and in-house.
As part of an internal re-organisation my pensions role no longer exists and whilst I am currently working in a wider Global Benefits Role, I would prefer to return to the UK pensions field if possible.
I was responsible for all aspects of our UK pension arrangements which include 3 defined benefit schemes with outsourced administration and a Group Personal Pension which I managed the set up of in 2010. I formed part of the group that determines future pensions strategy and I sat on the DB Funding Working party and the DC Management Committee. I was also responsible for agreeing and implementing our auto enrolment processes with payroll and our pension provider.
I was responsible for the UK pensions arrangements (DB and DC) with an in-house pensions team which also reported to me. During my time here, I set up a post logging system and introduced a Service Level Agreement with the Trustees as well doing the preparatory work for bringing an externally administered scheme in house.
I originally was responsible for the in house pensions administration team. However, following the outsourcing of the administration, in which I was heavily involved, I became Pensions Manager responsible for all aspects of the pensions arrangements, including involvement in the formation, negotiation and implementation of pensions strategy.
I was responsible for liaison with the third party administrators and other plan advisers and provided in house technical support to the Pensions Director.
I provided third party administration services to a wide portfolio of clients, which were predominately defined benefit, of varying size and complexity. I also was responsible for the local IT team and made programming changes for benefit calculations on the in house administration platform. I was also regularly involved with presentations to new business prospects.
During this time I was sole administrator for the DC scheme and was the contact for the defined benefit scheme which was administered externally.
During this period I developed my basic knowledge of pensions and was the main administrator for a variety of clients.
I also achieved 9 O-levels at grade C or above
I achieved completion of the APMI qualification in 1991 and became FPMI in 2004.
37 hour week
Base pay £104,237
28 days holiday
2 company vehicles
Private Medical Insurance
Personal Accident Insurance
Annual Travel Insurance
Annual Performance Related Bonus
Defined Benefit Final Salary Pension scheme
I enjoy gardening, attending the theatre and socialising when time permits.
I am a competent user of Microsoft Office products. I have a high work ethic and am committed to working collaboratively with Trustees, Advisers and Company alike. I have strong organisational and project management skills .
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