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Part Qualified Actuary (pensions)

£38000 - £48000 per annum + Award winning benefits, exam support

Our client is an award winning leading Consultancy with a unique opportunity for a Part Qualified, trainee Actuarial Consultant to join their central office but agile working being encouraged.

The company have recently grown, won new business and obtained new Projects therefore have additional resource for a senior Actuarial Analyst/trainee Consultant, providing a high quality actuarial service to trustees and corporate clients surrounding employee benefits schemes.

The successful candidate shall be working in a team of 5, delivering services to a portfolio of clients where communication skills are key in order to build trusted working & client relationships with the ability to articulate work in a clear and understandable manner to clients. You will be responsible for the preparation of client invoices, valuation of pension benefits and possess an understanding of technical actuarial calculations.

This is a fantastic opportunity for candidates who are Fellow members of the Institute or Faculty of Actuaries working towards Actuarial qualifications with at least 3 years experience in the Pensions side of the business with a knowledge of Defined Benefit schemes ideally.

Our client offer study support and top class on the job training in order to progress to becoming a fully qualified actuary in the business and are recognised for their competitive benefit package.

The successful applicant will be rewarded with a highly competitive salary, award winning benefits including flexible working and the chance to develop a career in a fully supported environment where you would be encouraged.

Please get in touch with Alison Curran as soon as possible to discuss this role and if relevant potentially further opportunities across the central belt by applying now. Discussions held in the strictest of confidence prior to sending.

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