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Pensions Actuarial Consultant (Junior & Senior Student level)

Pensions, Actuarial, Consulting, Defined benefit, Junior & Senior Actuarial Student, UK, £32,500 to £52,500

Your new company
I'm working with one of the world’s largest consultancies who are currently recruiting talented and ambitious pension actuarial analysts who are keen to develop their career with a client consulting focus.

This is a great opportunity to join a great multi-disciplined team providing clients with leading edge advice across funding, investment, risk transfer and covenant. They are looking for individuals with excellent communication skills, business acumen and a client focus, alongside the core technical skills.

Your new role
You will be working as part of a team to develop and deliver customised advice and solutions to clients (trustee and corporates) with a primary focus on DB pension schemes. The world of retirement saving is changing, and they are developing innovative solutions for our clients and their employees, whether it is around interactive and personalised communications, or delivering robo advice.

This is an opportunity to work on a wide range of clients, working directly with Scheme Actuaries, or part of larger teams on complex clients; we tailor the client mix to support and develop an individual’s skills now and into the future.

The majority of the base number crunching is carried out by specialist teams, which allows the consulting team to focus on solving our clients’ needs and adding value to client solutions. They are looking for individuals who can bring that focus alongside an ability to work directly with senior actuaries and clients at an early stage.

This role would be suitable for someone who already has experience working with trustees and corporates on DB pensions within an actuarial consultancy role and making good progress through the actuarial exams; all the way up to those nearly qualified. Mercer provides full-study support for students undertaking the actuarial exams.

What you'll need to succeed
This role would be suitable for someone who already has experience working with trustees and corporates on DB pensions within an actuarial consultancy role and making good progress through the actuarial exams; all the way up to those nearly qualified.

You’ll be education to degree level and be undertaking actuarial professional qualifications. A strong understanding of how UK pensions schemes operate. In addition, you’ll have strong analytical, numerical and critical thinking skills, including a good understanding of actuarial approaches for pensions. You will also have excellent planning and organisational abilities, in order to prioritise and complete work

What you'll get in return
A competitive base salary between £32,500 and £52,500. They also have flexible working arrangements. They provide full-study support for students undertaking the actuarial exams

In terms of location, so you can be based in anyone of their offices which span across the UK, and include Northern Ireland, Scotland, the North, Midlands and South East / West of England. There is also the option to work from home

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Summary

Job type:
Permanent
Industry
Banking & Financial Services
Location
All office locations across the UK
Specialism
Actuarial
Pay
£32,500 to £52,500 basic
Ref:
3626585
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Talk to a consultant

Talk to Kevin Smith, the specialist consultant managing this position, located in London City

4th Floor, 107 Cheapside

Telephone: 0203 465 0147

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