Pension Systems Consultant
Salary: Not Specified
Location: Redhill, England, United Kingdom
***Experience of working with Pension Administration Systems is essential for this opportunity*** This role can be based in Leeds, Redhill or Welywin Garden City.Summary of Role
A Systems Consultant working within the Lead Systems Consulting (LSC) team. The LSC team are responsible for the installation of new clients to the WIllis Towers Watson Pension Administration system from other pension administration systems, and then the ongoing maintenance of the scheme system data to support the administration model. The team are skilled in data analysis, due diligence and data mapping to the Willis Towers Watson Pension Administration system.
***Experience of working with Pension Administration Systems is essential for this opportunity***
This role can be based in Leeds, Redhill or Welywin Garden City.
The LSC team work with the Client and Administration Managers to deliver system solutions including the following:
- Scheme configuration to support benefit basis, extracts, workflow and member self service via the web.
- Interface configuration for incoming and outgoing files from Client HR and payroll systems
- Changes to investment options, including fund and platform changes, bulk switch and lifestyle profiles
- Changes to scheme design due to client led change programmes, including salary sacrifice, acquisitions, redundancy programmes
- Changes to scheme design due to legislative changes
- Bespoke reports
The essential skills for this requirement are;
- Experience of working with pension administration systems.
- Hands on experience of data analysis / implementation, ideally within pensions administration.
- Able to learn quickly and assimilate standard DC functionality of Willis Towers Watsons Pensions administration systems.
- Good working knowledge of SQL.
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