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Jobs in Pensions and Benefits

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    • Manchester
    • £50000 - £65000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus
    • Posted 8 days ago

    Nearly/Newly Qualified Pensions Actuary £50,000 - £70,000 Manchester Has 2018 gone the way you had hoped? Perhaps you are looking to move away from a "traditional" Pensions Actuarial role and have more control over your career and the variety of work you want to get involved in? Has your progression stalled after recently qualifying? I am workin...

    • London
    • £40000 - £58000 per annum, Benefits: Study Support + Bonus
    • Posted 8 days ago

    Part Qualified Actuaries Across the UK £40,000 - £58,000 On behalf of a client I am partnered with, I have been tasked to help unearth the open minded, high achieving actuaries in the UK. I appreciate scrolling through job boards can be monotonous, especially for the open minded actuary rather than the actively seeking so what I’m not going to d...

    • London
    • £40000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: + Benefits + Bonus + Study Support (if required)
    • Posted 8 days ago

    Project based Part Qualified/Qualified Pensions Actuary Across the UK £40,000 - £60,000 Are you looking to move away from the typical DB Pensions Actuarial work and become multi-disciplinary? Project based roles aren’t in abundance, they are highly sought after given there fast paced nature. I am working with the fastest growing mid-market firm ...

    • Leeds
    • £18000 - £22000 per annum
    • Posted 8 days ago

    It’s hard getting graduate jobs. If you’ve started looking you’ll know. Few companies want to risk an investment in someone with no real experience. Recruitment firms are always hiring though, so a lot of people become recruiters. I don’t know how much you know about recruiters. If you know anything, it’s probably that some of them have a bad re...

    • Leeds
    • £20000 - £100000 per annum
    • Posted 8 days ago

    Why do recruiters change jobs? Besides the obvious like redundancy, relocation or getting the boot. It’s probably because you just don’t like it where you are. You’ve had a row with your boss or you’ve not got the commission you were promised or you’re just not going anywhere. But there are recruiters who aren’t necessarily unhappy where they ar...

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