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Part Qualified/Qualified Pensions Actuary

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    Pensions and Benefits

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  • Salary:

    £30000 - £65000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Harry McNeill

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

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Let’s face it, the Bristol work/life balance isn’t great – comparable to that of London with a work all hours mantra which can be tough – particularly when you are combining that with your studies.

I am working with a firm who over the last 5 years have been bucking that trend.

With approx. 55 members of staff working with the Bristol team they are a single practice office with availability to get involved with investment for those that ask for it.

They work with some household names we are all accustomed too and also some smaller organisations, so the breadth of work is there, along with the variety.

Growth year on year used to be something we were accustomed to in the actuarial world, not anymore – particularly with recent changes however this firm can boast that, and then some. New clients win and unprecedented promotions make it more of a necessity than a luxury.

They are busy, but no so busy cracks appear – they have the scope to share work across the regions to make sure the work load is spread and to keep on top of the work/life balance I’ve already mentioned.

Opportunity to work from home 1 or 2 days a week is attainable and are open to looking at those who don’t wish to continue down the FIA route, however if you wish too that’s fine with them. You have the flexibility to do both.

So if you are Part Qualified or Qualified Pensions Actuary who is fed up/burnt out this is worth looking at – or if you are just scrolling the job boards out of curious then instead of “formal” interview. I have no doubt the team would be happy to meet up for coffee and let them explain how they do things differently.

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