As one of the UK?s leading workplace pensions providers, TPT Retirement Solutions has more than 70 years? experience in providing award winning pension schemes. We are one of the UK?s leading providers of Defined Benefit solutions, and are proud to offer high quality workplace pensions to more than 2,400 employers and 250,000 members, with circa £9 billion assets under management.
Over the next few years we are looking to significantly build on our success and to do this we want to recruit individuals with a keen interest in working in the financial sector.
We are interested in highly motivated individuals who pride themselves on delivering an excellent service to our customers. Working as part of a team within our Pensions Administration function, you will be responsible for the effective administration of our schemes including the calculation of pension benefits and the accurate maintenance of employer and member records.
As a Pensions Assistant you will liaise with our customers on a regular basis so good communication and customer service skills are a must. You?ll also need to have a high level of accuracy and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel as well as an ability to work on your own initiative.
In return, we will offer you a full training plan, with the opportunity to work towards pension related qualifications, widely recognised in the industry. This is an excellent opportunity to progress your career and develop your skills in the pensions sector.
The salary range for this position is £15,925 ? £19,612 (dependant on experience). We also offer an excellent reward package including contributory pension, life assurance, flexi time, 24 days annual leave + bank holidays.
In an excellent location in Leeds in modern city centre offices, we are close to the rail station and parking facilities.
Further details about the role, benefits and an application form can be accessed via the company website.
The closing date for receipt of applications is: 4th December 2017.
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