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Principal Pension Administrator - DC Schemes

Buck

Bristol
30+ days ago
Bristol
30+ days ago
Description
BUCK - A 104 - year-old firm that is JUST GETTING STARTED.
Principal Pensions Administrator (DC Schemes) – Respective Buck Office / Remote working (home based).
Office locations - Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby and Birmingham.
At Buck, we’re focused on helping our clients create a culture of well-being, centered around the evolution of each person’s health, wealth, and career.
Leveraging strong client relationships with key decision makers, our teams deliver exceptional results that confidently push the envelope with unexpected solutions to help our clients accomplish their objectives faster and keep them ahead of the curve.
Not surprisingly, we embrace inventive thinkers, who make original contributions to the team. We put people first — our people and our clients’ people, and our inclusive and welcoming culture celebrates diversity and individuality.
Explore your next career move with Buck today!
Principal Pension Administrator (DC Schemes)
About Buck:
At Buck, we offer market leading Pensions Administration solutions to a wide portfolio of clients.
We support all defined benefits (DB), benefit contribution (DC), CARE and Hybrid pensions plan designs with compliant and certified forms, letters, notices, and statements.
We have the expertise and experience to help our client’s sort through any administrative, technical, or legislative challenges around your pension arrangements.
Buck's people first approach to pensions is all about engaging with your members directly through teams who are always thinking of the end user experience.
Your responsibilities:
We have an excellent opportunity for a Principal Pension Administrator to join our Pensions Outsourcing Practice.
This opportunity will offer excellent flexible working option; to work remotely or from any of our regional offices in Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby or Birmingham.
The Principal Pension Administrator will be responsible for the administration of several defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, with an overall portfolio that also include defined benefit (DB) and Hybrid pension schemes, in accordance with our client’s requirements to the desired standards and deadlines.
This role will include performing and checking complex queries, manual calculations and leading trustee / client relationship as required.
You will be responsible for the supervision of up 4 to 5 trainee or junior pensions administrator and be expected to deputise for the Team Manager when required.
Key Duties:
+ Carry out complex pension administration tasks and calculations including treasury and payroll accurately and in accordance with internal processes and company policies, adhering to procedures and standards regarding work and conduct;
+ Attend Trustee and ad hoc client meetings, including new business presentations as required;
+ Management of pensioner payrolls, pension increases and ensure the annual notification of the lifetime allowance used is notified to pensioners in a timely manner;
+ Assist team members as required and provide support to the Team Manager;
+ Management of investment of contributions;
+ Prioritise work to ensure Service Level Agreements are maintained;
+ Monitor transactional activity for Tariff and Fixed fee clients and ensure regular financial information provided to billing manager to ensure work is invoiced in line with the administration client service agreement accurately and in a timely manner;
+ Management of unit reconciliations / lifestyle switches;
+ Provide feedback to the Team Manager on staff performance and progress against goals, highlighting any concerns to the Pensions Admin Team Manager.
Qualifications:
+ Strong knowledge of DC pensions schemes, along with working knowledge of with different occupational pension schemes - DB, CARE, Hybrid;
+ Ideally QPA or PMI qualified or willing to study towards relevant qualifications;
+ Prove experience carrying out complex manual pension’s calculations;
+ Ability to break down and explain complex calculations in simple terms;
+ The ability to quality checks the work of subordinates;
+ Ability to prioritise workloads with conflicting importance, keeping to deadlines, agreed service levels and disclosure requirements;
+ Arrange quarterly review meetings with direct reports and ensure they are documented;
+ Information Technology literate - in the use of Office Systems, e.g. Microsoft Office for word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentations.
+ Good understanding of various codes of professional ethics and standards as promulgated by the PMI.
What we offer:
As an established company with a start-up mentality we know that our employees are key to our success. We offer a comprehensive remuneration package while taking into consideration aspects such a flexible working and factors key to a good work life balance.
+ Highly competitive salary;
+ Minimum 25 days Annual leave (excluding Bank holidays) plus Holiday trading - (10 days – buy option) or (5 days – sell option);
+ Private Medical cover including partner / spouse and children;
+ Health-checks / Screening
+ VDU programme
+ Excellent Defined Contribution pension provisions;
+ Comprehensive Life Assurance coverage;
+ Vision Plan;
+ Company bonus scheme:
+ Interest free season ticket loan;
+ Gym subsidy;
+ Child-care Vouchers
+ Additional flexible benefits Scheme to support you and your family in and out of work encompassing; Health & Wellbeing, Protection and Lifestyle covering; additional Life assurance, Travel insurance, Dental insurance, Medical Cash plan, Critical Illness cover plus many more.
At Buck, we pride ourselves in our Diversity and Inclusion and are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable UK law.
We are exclusively focused on helping our clients and their people succeed together. By this, we mean we’re partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking companies to re-envision and re-design the way that employees work and live. And we’re doing this by finding the right combination of consulting, outsourcing, and technology solutions to help our clients realise the best organisational performance for their businesses while driving positive health, wealth, and career outcomes for their people.
Qualifications
Experience
Required
+ 5 years: Peer mentoring
+ 5-10 years: Occupational Pensions Admin
+ 8-10 years: DC pensions administration
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Recruitment Coordinator

National Health Service

Kingswood, SW
4 days ago
Kingswood, SW
£18.005k - £21.142k Per Year
4 days ago
£18.005k - £21.142k Per Year

Job Reference: 083-SIR1426

Employer:
Sirona care and health CIC
Department:
HR & Central Services
Location:
Kingswood, Bristol
Salary:
£18,005 - £21,142

We are Sirona care & health, a Community Interest Company committed to providing local communities with a range of high quality specialist health and social care services across South Gloucestershire, parts of Bristol and Bath and North East Somerset. For us, it’s about the personal approach; we take pride in what we do and deliver the high standard of care that we’d expect for ourselves and our families.

In return we offer an excellent range of benefits including generous holiday entitlement, paid enhancements for bank holiday/night working (where applicable), a contributory pension scheme (including, for some roles, the NHS pension scheme), a planned induction program, extensive learning and development opportunities, health and wellbeing programmes, flexible working patterns, staff excellence awards, in-house physiotherapy support and more!


Full time role available within an award winning Resourcing Team - fixed term for up to 6 months

Are you passionate about recruitment?

Are you an experienced recruiter or resourcer demotivated by high sales targets? Or are you a highly organised and focused administrator? If you have a passion for resourcing and are looking for a non-sales delivery focused role within an internal recruitment team, then this could be for you! We have a Resourcing Co-ordinator opportunity available within our busy, award winning Resourcing team based in Kingswood.

We are looking for the right people with the enthusiasm, expertise and skills to support recruiting managers here at Sirona care & health. We are a great organisation to work for, delivering a wide range of health and social care services across the region and providing the standard of care we would expect for ourselves and our families. We offer generous benefits to our employees and a working environment where you'll be encouraged to come up with new ideas to enhance and develop the service.

You don’t have to be from a health or social care background, or indeed an internal recruiter, but you do need the skills to help us to continue to provide a pro-active, responsive and business focussed resourcing service throughout the organisation. You will drive continuous improvement and best practice, ensuring the provision of recruitment and selection expertise, advice and support to recruiting managers and ensuring that we have efficient and effective administrative processes in place to underpin this.

Key areas of responsibility for the role will include:

  • Supporting with administrative processes including arranging interviews and processing offers and contracts
  • Co-ordinating and administering pre-employment checks and clearances (references, DBS checks etc.)

If you are used to carrying out an administration role in a fast paced environment, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and good administrative, IT and organisational skills - we want to hear from you! You will need to be organised and able to utilise technology and administrative systems/processes to provide outstanding customer service in relation to all aspects of resourcing.

Where the role is based, hours, shift patterns and the working environment

Based within the HR Department at Kingswood Civic Centre, Bristol, the post holder will work 37.5 hours per week. Current normal working hours for this role are generally 9am-5pm, but some flexibility can be offered if needed.

This post is fixed term for up to 6 months

We are currently homebased due to Covid19

Skills experience and knowledge

Essential

  • Good organisational skills.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Sound knowledge of systems as they relate to the role or service, e.g. recruitment databases, excel, agency/bank systems.
  • Able to communicate effectively – both orally and in writing.
  • Undertake varied numerical and recording tasks accurately.
  • Able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Experience of making suggestions for improvements to work, which were successful.

Desirable

  • Previous experience working in a health and social care environment.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the legislation that applies to care and health work.
  • Previous experience of supervising/mentoring/training others.

Application deadline: 14/01/2021

Full job description attached however please contact Heidi Holton, Resourcing Consultant, for further info on 0300 124 5444.



For general recruitment enquiries please email sirona.recruitment@nhs.net or call 03001245444.

Sirona care and health is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment and promote safeguarding by implementing policies and procedures, acting promptly on concerns, and sharing information appropriately. Sirona is committed to safe recruitment practice and any appointment will be subject to satisfactory clearance appropriate to the post.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. Sirona care and health is a Disability Confident Employer.

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HR Manager (Maternity Cover)

Recruitment Genius Ltd

Bristol, SW
6 days ago
Bristol, SW
£35k - £45k Per Year
6 days ago
£35k - £45k Per Year
Do you want to be part of a vibrant and flourishing digital agency, experienced in delivering all kinds of successful digital projects for fantastic high-end clients?
How about working with an enthusiastic and driven team, who love what they do and have fun while they do it?
Or maybe joining a company that offers the relaxed environment and big opportunities of a small team, as well as the high-profile projects and long-term progression opportunities of an experienced agency?
Yes? Then this company might be just what you're looking for!
They're on the lookout for a real 'people person' - a bright, ambitious and motivated team player, with fantastic communication and organisational skills, a proven track record as a HR generalist, and experience of managing people, to join their team.
As a leading member of this HR team, you'll be working closely with your HR colleagues and other Admin team members, as well as Team Leaders and the Senior Leadership Team, to lead the way in delivering and supporting HR services to the business.
Must-haves:
- Outstanding communication skills.
- Highly accomplished computer literacy skills e.g. Office, Power BI, Excel.
- Solid experience of project management.
- Considerable understanding of fundamental HR concepts and theories.
- Considerable experience of HR best practice, tools and techniques: Recruitment, performance management, job design, L&D, employee lifecycle.
- Solid understanding of employment law.
- HR metrics and reporting experience.
Nice-to-haves:
- Professional HR qualification (or working towards one) e.g. CIPD
- A working knowledge of current web technologies.
Benefits
- £35,000 - £45,000 p/a. This is a fixed term contract role (10 months from March 2021 to cover maternity leave) and is part-time (20-30 hours p/week).
- 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
- Flexible working.
- Fair recompense for overtime: we don't want it to happen very often, but if you do work overtime, we'll never expect you to do it for nothing!
- Pension scheme.
- Cash plan healthcare scheme.
- Employee assistance programme.
- Discounts on lifestyle products and services.
- Annual paid leave for volunteering activities of your choice.
- Regular goal reviews, to support development.
They're a remote working team: interviews will be held online and the successful candidate would join the team remotely.
If you're interested in applying, please send your CV and covering email telling us why you're just what they're looking for. Please note that covering letters must be included within your CV as these cannot be sent or accepted separately.
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Senior Recruitment Consultant

Randstad Technologies Ltd

Bristol, SW
5 days ago
Bristol, SW
5 days ago

Senior Recruitment Consultant / Bristol
As a leading global brand, our recruitment consultants are key to the businesses success and we are now looking for our next ambitious, driven, billing leader to join our journey in Bristol.
Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and an opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environments and social settings provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive.
Here at Randstad we focus on having a consultative approach with our clients to help them secure the best talent in every market we specialise in. We balance that with insightful conversations with our candidates to ensure we can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our people are our number one priority. We focus on working together to deliver strong results for our clients and candidates alike. We operate using the best, cutting edge technology the market has to offer which means, as a Randstad recruiter, your day to day tasks become easier to manage which in turn means you can focus on driving growth and crushing the competition.
Our Technologies team in Bristol are looking for their next high performer to join our fast paced recruitment team as a Senior recruitment consultant specialising in the industry. You will be joining a great team where you will be able to thrive and excel.
We will offer an opportunity to grow a team around you in the Technologies division
In this role, you will be responsible for:
- Managing your own desk and growing the client base
- Maximising the return on clients who are working with us
- Growing the scope and reach of your desk, successfully converting new business
- Working towards reaching the companies financial targets
- Providing a positive working environment with a winning attitude
To be successful in this role you will:
- Have experience in the recruitment industry (ideally you will have proven billing history and be looking for your next big step up in the recruitment world)
- Be a strong, consistent billing consultant
- Display a consultative, professional, business partnering approach
- Know the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processes
- Have excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levels
- Possess the ability to work under pressure
What you will get from us:
- a competitive basic salary DOE
- a very competitive uncapped commission scheme
- industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion to a senior / principal level
- a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believed
If you want to join one of the world's largest, leading recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to your candidates and clients then please do get in touch today with Tom O'Sullivan by applying to the vacancy.
Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
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Senior Recruitment Consultant - Tech Sector

Randstad Internal Resourcing

Bristol, SW
3 days ago
Bristol, SW
£30k - £35k Per Year
3 days ago
£30k - £35k Per Year

As a leading global brand, our recruitment consultants are key to the businesses success and we are now looking for our next ambitious, driven, billing leader to join our journey in Bristol.
Our current consultants tell us they love the career development, training, diversity and an opportunity to make work meaningful. Our office environments and social settings provide the perfect environment for an energetic and hardworking individual to thrive.
Here at Randstad we focus on having a consultative approach with our clients to help them secure the best talent in every market we specialise in. We balance that with insightful conversations with our candidates to ensure we can partner them with the right future employer and career path. Our people are our number one priority. We focus on working together to deliver strong results for our clients and candidates alike. We operate using the best, cutting edge technology the market has to offer which means, as a Randstad recruiter, your day to day tasks become easier to manage which in turn means you can focus on driving growth and crushing the competition.
Our Technologies team in Bristol are looking for their next high performer to join our fast paced recruitment team as a Senior recruitment consultant specialising in the industry. You will be joining a great team where you will be able to thrive and excel.
We will offer an opportunity to grow a team around you in the Technologies division
In this role, you will be responsible for:
- Managing your own desk and growing the client base
- Maximising the return on clients who are working with us
- Growing the scope and reach of your desk, successfully converting new business
- Working towards reaching the companies financial targets
- Providing a positive working environment with a winning attitude
To be successful in this role you will:
- Have experience in the recruitment industry (ideally you will have proven billing history and be looking for your next big step up in the recruitment world)
- Be a strong, consistent billing consultant
- Display a consultative, professional, business partnering approach
- Know the commercial importance of working with tight deadlines and strong processes
- Have excellent communication skills and capable of dealing with stakeholders at all levels
- Possess the ability to work under pressure
What you will get from us:
- a competitive basic salary DOE
- a very competitive uncapped commission scheme
- industry leading training and development from a fantastic team of ex recruiters, designed and aimed at getting you that next promotion to a senior / principal level
- a progressive, collaborative culture that has to be seen to be believed
If you want to join one of the world's largest, leading recruitment organisations, in a position that will see you engaging with key stakeholders and taking responsibility for delivering a first class service to your candidates and clients then please do get in touch today with Tom O'Sullivan by applying to the vacancy.
Randstad values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application
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Senior HR Advisor

National Health Service

Bristol, SW
3 days ago
Bristol, SW
£28k - £30k Per Year
3 days ago
£28k - £30k Per Year

Job Reference: J183-A-21-78406

Employer:
Central Advertising - Other
Department:
Vita Health Group
Location:
Bristol
Salary:
£28,000 - £30,000 Pro rate per annum

This advertisement has been placed by the organisation named in the 'Department' section above.

Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct.


The Role: What you’ll do

The role ofSenior HR Advisorhas been newly created to support the continued growth within ourNHS Serviceand will work alongside a largerHRTeam. One of the key responsibilities will be tolead on HR projectswhich will include providing responsive and customer focusedHR adviceand support.

You will have a good depth ofHR experienceand be confident in advising onHR processesandbest practicein relation toTUPE processes, redundancies, employee relations, employment law, rewardandrenumeration.

Vita Health Group celebrates life. Improving lives physically and mentally drives everything we do.

We work in partnership with the NHS, support the UK’s largest companies to help support their workforce and provide a full range of physiotherapy services to private customers. We are physical and mental health specialists with over 30 years of experience - weMake People Better.

Vita is fast growing, innovative and ambitious. If you would like to be part our journey and join a company that offers outstanding personal development, flexibility for a work/life balance and a genuine focus on delivering exceptional services then we would love to hear from you.

Your skills and background:

Essential:

  • Demonstratable HR experience within an HR setting
  • Experience of managing formal processes including disciplinaries, grievances, capabilities, redundancies, TUPE and sickness management.
  • You will have experience of managing or participating in companywide projects in line with the HR strategy.
  • Ability to advise managers on a broad range of HR topics including conducting training and support session on specific HR processes and topics.
  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal.
  • Broad understating of HR issues with the ability to resolve within a timely and effective manner.
  • A solid understanding of employment law and processes
  • Confident in producing and managing data to produce reports to help aid managers and HR processes.
  • Lead on well-being strategies across the NHS teams, and demonstrating a thorough understanding of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion issues, and ensuring inclusive culture is imbedded across the business.
  • Willingness to travel, which may include overnight stays on occasion, as and when required.

Desirable:

  • HR experience within the healthcare sector
  • Experience of using HR systems/ databases

Investing in you

To achieve our ultimate aim of making people better we recognise the importance of investing in our staff. In addition to a competitive salary, we also offer the opportunity of a flexible work life balance, continued professional development and a comprehensive benefits package, which you can view in full on our website.

Why Vita Health Group?

Vita Health Group celebrates life. We are fast growing, innovative and ambitious. Improving lives physically and mentally drives everything we do.

We work in partnership with the NHS, support the UK’s largest corporate companies to help assist their workforce and provide a full range of physiotherapy services to private customers.

We are physical and mental health specialists with over 30 years of experience.

Covid-19 - important additional information:

One of our many strengths is our proven track record and success with remote working. While we’re very much aware and understand concerns about Covid-19, we want to reassure you that as an organisation we endeavour to protect our customers and our colleagues in line with advice issued by Public Health England. With this in mind, with immediate effect, all interviews will take place via telephone or video call until such time that the current situation changes.

Interview assistance:

We are proud to be an inclusive, equal opportunities employer and value excellence in everything we do. We are dedicated to ensuring that all candidates are treated fairly throughout the recruitment process.

Should you wish to discuss any adjustment that you might need in the applications process, you can do so by visiting our website and clicking on “contact us” button located at the top right of the page. Please dial the number for our head office in Bury St Edmunds and ask to speak to a member of our recruitment team who will be happy to discuss your requirements.

*Vita Health Group reserves the right to close this job when sufficient applications have been received.*


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Principal Pension Administrator

Buck Global, LLC

Bristol, SW
29 days ago
Bristol, SW
29 days ago

BUCK - A 104 - year - old firm that is JUST GETTING STARTED. 

 

Principal Pension Administrator

 

Location: Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby, Birmingham or Remote / home based with travel.

 

At Buck, we’re focused on helping our clients create a culture of wellbeing, centered around the evolution of each person’s health, wealth, and career.  

 

Leveraging strong client relationships with key decision makers, our teams deliver exceptional results that confidently push the envelope with unexpected solutions to help our clients accomplish their objectives faster and keep them ahead of the curve.

 

Not surprisingly, we embrace inventive thinkers, who make original contributions to the team. We put people first — our people and our clients’ people, and our inclusive and welcoming culture celebrates diversity and individuality.

 

Explore your next career move with Buck today!

 

We have an excellent opportunity for a Principal Pension Administrator to join our Pensions Outsourcing Practice.

 

This opportunity will offer excellent flexible working option; to work remotely or from any of our regional offices in Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby or Birmingham.   

 

The Principal Pension Administrator will be responsible for the administration of several defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, with an overall portfolio that also include defined benefit (DB) and Hybrid pension schemes, in accordance with our client’s requirements to the desired standards and deadlines.

 

This role will include performing and checking complex queries, manual calculations and leading trustee / client relationship as required.

 

You will be responsible for the supervision of up 4 to 5 trainee or junior pensions administrator and be expected to deputise for the Team Manager when required.


  • Carry out complex pension administration tasks and calculations including treasury and payroll accurately and in accordance with internal processes and company policies, adhering to procedures and standards regarding work and conduct;
  • Attend Trustee and ad hoc client meetings, including new business presentations as required;
  • Management of pensioner payrolls, pension increases and ensure the annual notification of the lifetime allowance used is notified to pensioners in a timely manner;
  • Assist team members as required and provide support to the Team Manager;
  • Management of investment of contributions;
  • Prioritise work to ensure Service Level Agreements are maintained;
  • Monitor transactional activity for Tariff and Fixed fee clients and ensure regular financial information provided to billing manager to ensure work is invoiced in line with the administration client service agreement accurately and in a timely manner;
  • Management of unit reconciliations / lifestyle switches;
  • Provide feedback to the Team Manager on staff performance and progress against goals, highlighting any concerns to the Pensions Admin Team Manager.

  • Strong knowledge of DC pensions schemes, along with working knowledge of with different occupational pension schemes - DB, CARE, Hybrid;
  • Ideally QPA or PMI qualified or willing to study towards relevant qualifications;
  • Prove experience carrying out complex manual pension’s calculations;
  • Ability to break down and explain complex calculations in simple terms;
  • The ability to quality checks the work of subordinates;
  • Ability to prioritise workloads with conflicting importance, keeping to deadlines, agreed service levels and disclosure requirements;
  • Arrange quarterly review meetings with direct reports and ensure they are documented;
  • Information Technology literate - in the use of Office Systems, e.g. Microsoft Office for word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentations.
  • Good understanding of various codes of professional ethics and standards as promulgated by the PMI.

Why join Buck:

  • Excellent client exposure from day one – we are looking for an experienced individual who is comfortable owning and leading client relationship.
  • Unrivalled Leadership team – Our Retirement practice is led by experienced ‘’functional experts’ who are all qualified member of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries Institute (IFoA).
  • Our Pedigree - we are an industry leading mid-tier Consultancy with a history dating back over 104 years.
  • Diversity of Clients – we work with leading UK and International corporations, across a variety of sectors and industries, where no two are the same!
  • We are Client focused – unlike some of our competitors, we offer bespoke and tailored solutions to our clients, not a one size fits all solution.
  • Your Career is our motivation – working as part of a small but highly collaborative team, you get the level of responsibility and client exposure rarely experienced working for some of our larger competitors. At Buck, we pride ourselves on providing excellent support at all level to drive your ambitions and career development goals.
  • Our commitment to you as a Buck employee – we offer a competitive base salary & comprehensive benefits package; are committed to providing a highly collaborative, stimulating, sociable working environment and are committed to flexible working and diversity & inclusion.

What we offer:

As an established company with a start-up mentality we know that our employees are key to our success. We offer a comprehensive remuneration package while taking into consideration aspects such a flexible working and factors key to a good work life balance.

What we offer:

  • Highly competitive salary;
  • Minimum 25 days Annual leave (excluding Bank holidays) plus Holiday trading - (10 days – buy option) or (5 days – sell option);
  • Private Medical cover including partner / spouse and children;
  • Health-checks / Screening
  • Excellent Defined Contribution pension provisions;
  • Comprehensive Life Assurance coverage;
  • Vision Plan;
  • Company bonus scheme:
  • Interest free season ticket loan;
  • Gym subsidy;
  • Child-care Vouchers
  • Additional flexible benefits Scheme to support you and your family in and out of work encompassing; Health & Wellbeing, Protection and Lifestyle covering; additional Life assurance, Travel insurance, Dental insurance, Medical Cash plan, Critical Illness cover plus many more.

 

At Buck, we pride ourselves in our Diversity and Inclusion and are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable UK law.

 

We are exclusively focused on helping our clients and their people succeed together. By this, we mean we’re partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking companies to re-envision and re-design the way that employees work and live. And we’re doing this by finding the right combination of consulting, outsourcing, and technology solutions to help our clients realize the best organizational performance for their businesses while driving positive health, wealth, and career outcomes for their people.

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Recruitment Coordinator

National Health Service

Kingswood, SW
4 days ago
Kingswood, SW
£18.005k - £21.142k Per Year
4 days ago
£18.005k - £21.142k Per Year

Job Reference: 083-SIR1426

Employer:
Sirona care and health CIC
Department:
HR & Central Services
Location:
Kingswood, Bristol
Salary:
£18,005 - £21,142

We are Sirona care & health, a Community Interest Company committed to providing local communities with a range of high quality specialist health and social care services across South Gloucestershire, parts of Bristol and Bath and North East Somerset. For us, it’s about the personal approach; we take pride in what we do and deliver the high standard of care that we’d expect for ourselves and our families.

In return we offer an excellent range of benefits including generous holiday entitlement, paid enhancements for bank holiday/night working (where applicable), a contributory pension scheme (including, for some roles, the NHS pension scheme), a planned induction program, extensive learning and development opportunities, health and wellbeing programmes, flexible working patterns, staff excellence awards, in-house physiotherapy support and more!


Full time role available within an award winning Resourcing Team - fixed term for up to 6 months

Are you passionate about recruitment?

Are you an experienced recruiter or resourcer demotivated by high sales targets? Or are you a highly organised and focused administrator? If you have a passion for resourcing and are looking for a non-sales delivery focused role within an internal recruitment team, then this could be for you! We have a Resourcing Co-ordinator opportunity available within our busy, award winning Resourcing team based in Kingswood.

We are looking for the right people with the enthusiasm, expertise and skills to support recruiting managers here at Sirona care & health. We are a great organisation to work for, delivering a wide range of health and social care services across the region and providing the standard of care we would expect for ourselves and our families. We offer generous benefits to our employees and a working environment where you'll be encouraged to come up with new ideas to enhance and develop the service.

You don’t have to be from a health or social care background, or indeed an internal recruiter, but you do need the skills to help us to continue to provide a pro-active, responsive and business focussed resourcing service throughout the organisation. You will drive continuous improvement and best practice, ensuring the provision of recruitment and selection expertise, advice and support to recruiting managers and ensuring that we have efficient and effective administrative processes in place to underpin this.

Key areas of responsibility for the role will include:

  • Supporting with administrative processes including arranging interviews and processing offers and contracts
  • Co-ordinating and administering pre-employment checks and clearances (references, DBS checks etc.)

If you are used to carrying out an administration role in a fast paced environment, have excellent verbal and written communication skills and good administrative, IT and organisational skills - we want to hear from you! You will need to be organised and able to utilise technology and administrative systems/processes to provide outstanding customer service in relation to all aspects of resourcing.

Where the role is based, hours, shift patterns and the working environment

Based within the HR Department at Kingswood Civic Centre, Bristol, the post holder will work 37.5 hours per week. Current normal working hours for this role are generally 9am-5pm, but some flexibility can be offered if needed.

This post is fixed term for up to 6 months

We are currently homebased due to Covid19

Skills experience and knowledge

Essential

  • Good organisational skills.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Sound knowledge of systems as they relate to the role or service, e.g. recruitment databases, excel, agency/bank systems.
  • Able to communicate effectively – both orally and in writing.
  • Undertake varied numerical and recording tasks accurately.
  • Able to work as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Experience of making suggestions for improvements to work, which were successful.

Desirable

  • Previous experience working in a health and social care environment.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the legislation that applies to care and health work.
  • Previous experience of supervising/mentoring/training others.

Application deadline: 14/01/2021

Full job description attached however please contact Heidi Holton, Resourcing Consultant, for further info on 0300 124 5444.



For general recruitment enquiries please email sirona.recruitment@nhs.net or call 03001245444.

Sirona care and health is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment and promote safeguarding by implementing policies and procedures, acting promptly on concerns, and sharing information appropriately. Sirona is committed to safe recruitment practice and any appointment will be subject to satisfactory clearance appropriate to the post.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy. Sirona care and health is a Disability Confident Employer.

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Internal Recruitment Officer

Ian Williams

Chipping Sodbury
12 days ago
Chipping Sodbury
12 days ago

Due to our business continuing to grow, we have a new and exciting opportunity for an Internal Recruitment Officer to be an integral part of supporting our centralised Recruitment team

As a Recruitment Officer,you will be providingadvice and guidance on all recruitment and selection matters, ensuring that you follow the organisation recruitment policies and procedures, applying best practice in recruitment activities and ensuring compliance to related legislation. Ian Williams Ltd prides themselves on maintaining personal contact throughout the recruitment process- from application to offer, therefore considerate communication is at the heart of how you work. 

Our team is diverse and our recruitment is national, therefore this role can be completed via a combination of remote and office-based working.  Some travel to our Head Office as well as occasional travel to our operational offices will be required, but you can be based within any of our office locations. 

Benefits:

  • Be part of a company reward scheme
  • Let us help you prepare for your future with an employer pension contribution of up to 3%
  • 23 days annual leave, buy up to 5 days or sell up to 3 days per year
  • We want our employees to have a well balanced work/ life balance, therefore flexible working patterns would be considered, including 4 days a week.
  • Access to an employee assistance program to support employee’s health and wellbeing

The Recruitment Officer role:

  • Pro-actively work with a variety of direct candidate attraction methods including CV sourcing websites, our database, social media and encouraging referrals
  • Ensure you follow a robust and fair shortlisting process through the recruitment stages, promoting equal opportunities and recognition of diversity throughout the company
  • Advise and agree appropriate selection activities that support fully informed offer decisions in securing talent- completing selection exercises and presenting a shortlist of candidates to hiring managers, including collating and reviewing CVs, short list candidates, conducting telephone interviews and coordinate interviews
  • Identify creative and effective ways of recruiting and attracting talent help build a strong employer brand.
  • Ensure pre-employment checks e.g. right to work in the UK, are completed before an appointment is made.
  • Keep up to date with the recruitment market and industry knowledge to provide expert knowledge and support to the business when considering attracting talent
  • Work closely with the HR Administration team in order to ensure a smooth recruitment process throughout.
  • Comply and follow all processes related to GDPR and within the Data Protection Policy.
  • Promote equal opportunities and recognition of diversity throughout the company

What will you bring as a Recruitment Officer

  • Proven experience of working within a recruitment environment
  • Demonstrable experience of promoting and attracting a diverse talent pool
  • A thorough knowledge of relevant employment legislation      
  • The ability to be creative with sourcing using social media, marketing tools and advertising
  • Well developed interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)- building relationships with key stakeholders and external sources
  • Competent IT skills, working with MS packages and ATS is desirable, but not essential
  • Experience of recruiting within the construction/ property services industries is desirable, but not essential

Additional Benefits include:

  • Annual pay reviews
  • Enhanced maternity/ paternity pay
  • Training and development opportunities
  • Trade discounts from our preferred suppliers for you and your friends and family
  • Specsavers vouchers
  • For information on all other additional benefits we do, to enhance your work/life balance please visit our website

If you think you have what it takes to become our Recruitment Officer then click “Apply” now!

About Ian Williams Ltd

Discover more, not just from our website but through our Facebook, LinkedIn, Indeed and Glassdoor pages.

We reserve the right to shortlist prior to the closing date based on application volumes.

Ian Williams is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Diversity is more than a commitment at Ian Williams—it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity and all other characteristics that make us different. 

Ian Williams Ltd will use applicants details for recruitment purposes only. For more information please read our Candidate Privacy Notice located at our website.

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Payroll Manager

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Bristol, SW
2 days ago
Bristol, SW
2 days ago
  • To prepare 4-weekly and monthly payroll
  • To drive the migration from Sage to IFS
  • To ensure all pension & HMRC Reporting deadlines are met (e.g RTI)
  • To be the first point of contact in the event of a query
  • Supporting the implementation of any payroll and rota system changes
  • Preparation and reconciliation of control accounts
  • To drive best practice in terms of segregation of duties (e.g Timesheet approval)
  • To reconcile time bookings versus timesheets
  • To prepare monthly headcount and spend reports
  • Responsible for managing relationship all aspects of pension (e.g monthly submission, Auto enrolment etc)

  • Evidence of working a multi-site business
  • Previous experience of systems implementation
  • Strong Excel skills
  • experience of managing and developing a team

To be considered for this role you must have extensive man management experience as well as previously leading a system implementation project and sticking to tight deadlines. You will also have knowledge of time and attendance systems.

Looking for an experienced Payroll Manager to join an established business in central Bristol. A hands on role with supporting and managing the wider payroll functions.

Posted

30+ days ago

Description

Description



BUCK - A 104 - year-old firm that is JUST GETTING STARTED.



Principal Pensions Administrator (DC Schemes) – Respective Buck Office / Remote working (home based).



Office locations - Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby and Birmingham.



At Buck, we’re focused on helping our clients create a culture of well-being, centered around the evolution of each person’s health, wealth, and career.



Leveraging strong client relationships with key decision makers, our teams deliver exceptional results that confidently push the envelope with unexpected solutions to help our clients accomplish their objectives faster and keep them ahead of the curve.



Not surprisingly, we embrace inventive thinkers, who make original contributions to the team. We put people first — our people and our clients’ people, and our inclusive and welcoming culture celebrates diversity and individuality.



Explore your next career move with Buck today!



Principal Pension Administrator (DC Schemes)



About Buck:



At Buck, we offer market leading Pensions Administration solutions to a wide portfolio of clients.



We support all defined benefits (DB), benefit contribution (DC), CARE and Hybrid pensions plan designs with compliant and certified forms, letters, notices, and statements.



We have the expertise and experience to help our client’s sort through any administrative, technical, or legislative challenges around your pension arrangements.



Buck's people first approach to pensions is all about engaging with your members directly through teams who are always thinking of the end user experience.



Your responsibilities:



We have an excellent opportunity for a Principal Pension Administrator to join our Pensions Outsourcing Practice.



This opportunity will offer excellent flexible working option; to work remotely or from any of our regional offices in Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Ipswich, Derby or Birmingham.



The Principal Pension Administrator will be responsible for the administration of several defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, with an overall portfolio that also include defined benefit (DB) and Hybrid pension schemes, in accordance with our client’s requirements to the desired standards and deadlines.



This role will include performing and checking complex queries, manual calculations and leading trustee / client relationship as required.



You will be responsible for the supervision of up 4 to 5 trainee or junior pensions administrator and be expected to deputise for the Team Manager when required.



Key Duties:





+ Carry out complex pension administration tasks and calculations including treasury and payroll accurately and in accordance with internal processes and company policies, adhering to procedures and standards regarding work and conduct;



+ Attend Trustee and ad hoc client meetings, including new business presentations as required;



+ Management of pensioner payrolls, pension increases and ensure the annual notification of the lifetime allowance used is notified to pensioners in a timely manner;



+ Assist team members as required and provide support to the Team Manager;



+ Management of investment of contributions;



+ Prioritise work to ensure Service Level Agreements are maintained;



+ Monitor transactional activity for Tariff and Fixed fee clients and ensure regular financial information provided to billing manager to ensure work is invoiced in line with the administration client service agreement accurately and in a timely manner;



+ Management of unit reconciliations / lifestyle switches;



+ Provide feedback to the Team Manager on staff performance and progress against goals, highlighting any concerns to the Pensions Admin Team Manager.





Qualifications:





+ Strong knowledge of DC pensions schemes, along with working knowledge of with different occupational pension schemes - DB, CARE, Hybrid;



+ Ideally QPA or PMI qualified or willing to study towards relevant qualifications;



+ Prove experience carrying out complex manual pension’s calculations;



+ Ability to break down and explain complex calculations in simple terms;



+ The ability to quality checks the work of subordinates;



+ Ability to prioritise workloads with conflicting importance, keeping to deadlines, agreed service levels and disclosure requirements;



+ Arrange quarterly review meetings with direct reports and ensure they are documented;



+ Information Technology literate - in the use of Office Systems, e.g. Microsoft Office for word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentations.



+ Good understanding of various codes of professional ethics and standards as promulgated by the PMI.





What we offer:



As an established company with a start-up mentality we know that our employees are key to our success. We offer a comprehensive remuneration package while taking into consideration aspects such a flexible working and factors key to a good work life balance.





+ Highly competitive salary;



+ Minimum 25 days Annual leave (excluding Bank holidays) plus Holiday trading - (10 days – buy option) or (5 days – sell option);



+ Private Medical cover including partner / spouse and children;



+ Health-checks / Screening



+ VDU programme



+ Excellent Defined Contribution pension provisions;



+ Comprehensive Life Assurance coverage;



+ Vision Plan;



+ Company bonus scheme:



+ Interest free season ticket loan;



+ Gym subsidy;



+ Child-care Vouchers



+ Additional flexible benefits Scheme to support you and your family in and out of work encompassing; Health & Wellbeing, Protection and Lifestyle covering; additional Life assurance, Travel insurance, Dental insurance, Medical Cash plan, Critical Illness cover plus many more.





At Buck, we pride ourselves in our Diversity and Inclusion and are an Equal Opportunity Employer.



All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable UK law.



We are exclusively focused on helping our clients and their people succeed together. By this, we mean we’re partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking companies to re-envision and re-design the way that employees work and live. And we’re doing this by finding the right combination of consulting, outsourcing, and technology solutions to help our clients realise the best organisational performance for their businesses while driving positive health, wealth, and career outcomes for their people.

Qualifications


Experience

Required


+ 5 years: Peer mentoring


+ 5-10 years: Occupational Pensions Admin


+ 8-10 years: DC pensions administration


Source: Buck