In-House Pensions Actuarial Analyst
Your new role
As a Pensions Actuarial Analyst, you will support the management the groups capital, accounting and funding requirements, in respect of its defined benefit pension schemes
The role is key in delivering an end-to-end process from robust calculation of the pensions balance sheet and capital risk/requirements through to delivery on a range of measures to senior internal stakeholders.
This is an excellent development opportunity and a role which offers actuarial support.
What you'll need to succeed
Ideally you will be a part-qualified pensions actuary with a track record of working in consulting environment. You will have excellent analytical skills and ability and willingness to apply process and judgement.
Experience in producing pensions accounting disclosures with knowledge of range of approaches for setting assumptions (ideally under IAS 19), is required.
You will also have experience of use of Excel, with knowledge of statistical modelling software/techniques desirable
What you'll get in return
This role offers a base salary from £35k to £45k, along with a bonus up to 12.5%. The company offers flexible working, with the likelihood of being required to be in the office (post COVID) of 2-3 days, possibly less. At present the role is remote working.
Other excellent benefits are on offer, along with full study support and pension
What you need to do now
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