Senior Employee Benefits Administrator, Group Risk
A rare new vacancy for a Senior Group Risk/ Employee Benefits administrator has become available with a well regarded practice who have a national presence in their prestigious Glasgow office. They are a leading organisation with an excellent reputation throughout the UK for providing first class service to clients across all of their wealth and employee benefits needs. The job is in Glasgow within their Employee benefits team working alongside highly regarded consultants and advisers.
Working within a tight team of focused professionals, you will provide support to the Employee Benefits consultants, being the first point of contact for their valued client base which continues to grow. With your excellent technical background and relationship management skills, you will work in partnership with your seniors to improve efficiency and service delivery to clients.
To be successful in the role you will have previous corporate experience within an IFA office, Pensions Consultancy or In-house environment, dealing with all Employee Benefits/ Group Risk products and will be looking to further expand your knowledge within this field. Evidence and an ability to work as a part of a team is vital, as is a highly organised approach and having IT skills and software knowledge with a keen eye for detail. Exams not a pre requisite such as GR1 but preferred.
The job will be suitable for candidates who have experience in the following areas: Group Risk Administration, IFA Sales Support, Financial Services Administration, Employee Benefits Administration, Employee Benefits Coordination and Pensions & Benefits Administration in DC either consultancy or an independent.
In return you will be offered development and a rare opportunity to work with the industry's finest. Along with this you will gain a highly competitive basic, benefits package along with bonus and exam support.
To be considered please apply in the initial instance or contact Alison Curran on 01315501125 to have a confidential discussion.