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Part Qualified/Newly Qualified Pensions Actuary

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    Pensions and Benefits, Actuarial

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  • Contact:

    Harry McNeill

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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Part Qualified/Newly Qualified Pensions Actuary

  • Manchester

  • £30,000 - £65,000 per annum

There has been a lot of change in the Pensions Actuarial world over the last 12 months, some for the better, some not so… if yours is the latter then this might suit.

If you are a Part Qualified/Newly Qualified Pension Actuary in Manchester I am working with a Big 4 firm who are looking for a stand out individual.

Whether you prefer the technical nature of the actuarial profession or enjoy the client-facing approach, this role can be moulded to around your key strengths.

The consultancy is a non-silo'd business so that actuaries and actuarial trainees can get a real breadth of work, possibly including exposure to reward and other non-pensions areas for those that way inclined

They consider themselves impartial, strategic advisors – They aren’t selling products or a “one size fits all solutions” firm, nor do they service compliance-based scheme actuarial work.  The focus is on driving strategic value for clients.

It’s a young, entrepreneurial team at the cutting edge of new solutions for clients. Leading from the front which often others attempt to (poorly) follow.

They don’t recruit often, particularly in Manchester – it’s a well-settled team. Creating future leaders is a priority and the promotions within this team over the last 5 years are much, much higher than the norm.

Recent feedback throughout the office over recent years had let them to focus on flexible working, dress for the day, and looking after each other as a team.

They have the best offices in Manchester with roof terraces which I have been told is a great spot for a drink in the sun…

First meetings are informal, more a meeting of minds than anything so you might be more curious than actively looking, don't let that put you off.

Apply below.