Actuarial Analyst - Pensions

Actuarial | Leeds, Reading, Bristol | Permanent | £ 30000 - £ 45000 Competitive Benefits Package | RFAAP1106

Actuarial Analyst – Pensions

Berkshire, Yorkshire or South West

Up to £45,000 (DOE)

Sanderson Recruitment is currently working with a leading Pensions Consultancy to recruit an Actuarial Analyst to join one of their offices, in either; Berkshire, Yorkshire or the South East.

The main responsibilities of this role will involve preparing valuation results, carrying out individual member calculations, developing spreadsheets and drafting reports and other communications. You’ll have the opportunity to attend regular client meetings and support the development and presentation of new market-leading pension scheme modelling software.

Responsibilities of the Actuarial Analyst:

  • Attend client meetings, taking an active role where applicable:
    • Presenting actuarial findings
    • Engaging with clients on relevant key issuers
    • Taking minutes
  • Undertaking/checking a variety of actuarial calculations
  • Drafting reports, emails and presentations to deliver actuarial results and advice
  • Client management, meeting deadlines, and working directly with senior members of the client teams

Qualifications, Skills and Experience of the Actuarial Analyst:

  • Actuarial Student, educated to degree level with a minimum 2:1 degree
  • Good progress to date through the Actuarial exams
  • Broad understanding of how UK pensions schemes operate
  • Excellent planning skills with the ability to prioritise and complete work in accordance to deadlines
  • Strong IT skills with good working knowledge of MS Office suite of products, in particular Excel
  • Highly developed written and verbal communication skills.
  • Confident and able to explain complex issues in simplified terms to clients and more junior team members.

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