Salary: £33,301 per annum
Contract Type: Permanent
Our client protects millions of people in the UK who belong to defined benefit pension schemes. Their members rely on them to look after their pensions if their employers collapse and the pension schemes cannot afford to pay what they promised.
They are looking for an Actuarial Trainee to join one of their actuarial teams and study towards their full actuarial qualification.
This position is within their actuarial team that reports to the Asset Liability Committee. This team works as the “in-house scheme actuaries”, valuing their fund’s liabilities on an annual basis and monitoring them every month.
The Actuarial Trainee will carry out a range of actuarial, quantitative finance and modelling processes. Depending on the experience of the Actuarial Trainee, the main responsibilities listed in the accompanying job description may vary in terms of complexity and accountability.
Their ideal applicant will hold a university degree (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of 2:1 and will be highly numerate – either demonstrated through their degree or experience gained. The ability to communicate complex information to a wide audience along with the ability to manage their own workload and conflicting priorities are essential for this position.
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In return for your skills, experience and commitment they’ll give you a challenging role within a business where you’ll get the support you need to develop your career.
You’ll also get an outstanding rewards package which includes a generous pension scheme, private medical insurance, health cash plan, critical illness insurance, volunteering leave, holiday trading and a discretionary bonus scheme.
They’ll also give you lots of opportunities for personal development and skills training.
Their Croydon office is just across the road from East Croydon station, which is around 15 minutes from Victoria or London Bridge, 10 minutes from Clapham Junction or half an hour from St Pancras.
Our client is a Disability Confident Leader, the highest accreditation under the Disability Confident Scheme. If you have a disability and meet the essential criteria for this role you will be guaranteed an interview.
They embrace diverse talent welcoming people with different beliefs, backgrounds and ways of working, and they aim to create an environment in which everyone can be themselves.
They are a flexible organisation and welcome the opportunity to talk about what arrangements may work best for you.
No agencies please.