The Church of England Pensions Board (“the Board”) is a statutory body which is a corporate trustee and administrator of four pension schemes, including both defined benefit (final salary, hybrid and CARE) and defined contribution arrangements.
The Pensions Department is responsible for the administration of the pension schemes and for administering a number of charitable funds for the benefit of those retired from the stipendiary ministry and clergy dependants, which underpin supplementary income grants. There are 36,000+ members, pensioners and other beneficiaries.
As Pensions Administrator, you will work closely with colleagues to provide an efficient and high standard of service at all times.
As first point of contact for the Pensions helpline and mailboxes, you will provide a variety of information and answer queries in a clear and timely manner.
Entering data and making calculations, you will give general assistance to the department producing contribution and benefits statements annually, and as required.
Interviews will be held September2018
The rewards of this interesting and varied role includes a competitive salary package, a 35 hour working week for work-life balance, a minimum of 25 days holiday plus 3 discretionary organisational days leave and an attractive definedcontribution pension scheme.
Support is provided for successful candidates who wish to study for qualifications offered by the Pensions Management Institute.
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