Wiltshire

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West Yorkshire

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Pension Analyst

Job Summary:

The position involves writing Actuarial and Pensions Reports in connection with Divorce, Personal Injury and Employment Tribunal Cases. It will also involve providing administrative, marketing and technical support to ensure that the business runs as efficiently as possible. The post holder will need to be able to work unsupervised and be highly motivated.

The position requires the holder to be an excellent communicator and to have highly professional attitude towards their work. It is also important that the holder is a strong team player able to work well in a small dynamic team, providing support and assistance to colleagues as required.

The position also requires the holder to be able to think analytically and be able to solve business problems by mathematical modelling as required. The ability to understand and manipulate Excel spreadsheets is essential to the position. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word is also required. The holder needs to ideally possess a degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science (2:2 or higher) although consideration will be given to candidates with a strong degree (2:1 or higher) in a Science, Engineering or Financial are which can be demonstrated to have contained significant mathematical content.

The successful candidate will be offered study support for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries actuarial exams after completing one years service.  Alternatively study support can be provided for the Pensions Management Institute exams if preferred.

Previous experience of pensions would be an advantage but is not essential as full training will be provided.

Main Responsibilities:

The post holder's responsibilities will be as follows:

Job responsibilities:

Writing Actuarial and Pensions Reports in connection with Divorce/Personal Injury/Employment Tribunal settlements.

Mathematical modelling associated with actuarial valuation and other calculation spreadsheets.

Analysis of client files to identify what information needs to be obtained in order that accurate calculations can be performed when preparing a report.

Performing data collection and data analysis work in relation to client files which will involve liaising with insurance companies, pension schemes and firms of solicitors as required.

Providing Business Support in connection with the range of tasks that need to be performed in managing a small business.

Perform other tasks that might reasonably be expected to be carried out by someone in this position.

General Professional Responsibility

Maintain a highly professional approach to work at all times.

Ensure that all work carried out in this position is of the highest quality to meet the high expectations that our clients demand.

Communicate clearly and effectively with clients, suppliers and work colleagues.

Maintain a high standard of confidentiality and data protection in all aspects of client work carried out.

Be able to work under own initiative setting personal goals to achieve targets as well as meeting the targets and deadlines required of the business.

Work efficiently as a key member of a small team to enable the business to achieve its targets

Critically analyse own performance through self assessment as well as through written and verbal feedback given by others.

This job description sets out the key responsibilities and tasks of the post and may change with the changing needs of the service provided.

Salary: £20,000 to £24,000 per annum based upon experience.

How to apply: Please send your CV to rob.pritchard@actuariesforlawyers.com

Closing date: 29 March 2019