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Retirement Consultant

Date Posted
18th August 2014
Reference
VAC-2441
Sector
Employee Benefits, Pensions
Job Type
Permanent
Location
Bristol
Salary
Negotiable

Job Description Apply: Retirement Consultant

We're looking to add a dynamic Consultant to our Bristol based team, working at the leading edge of the pensions market.  Based in our centrally located Temple Quay offices, working as part of a close knit team in lovely, open plan offices at Temple Quay.

The Bristol office is a great place to work, with recent associates rating professional excellence, communication and strong people management as excellent in our recent survey.  The office also rates highly for professional development, confirming that associates strong believe that Towers Watson provides the support needed to master new challenges.

As a Retirement Consultant you will apply your consulting, actuarial, and project management expertise in the areas of scheme valuation and design, compliance and risk & financial management to FTSE 100 and other organisations of similar size.  You will help both trustee and corporate clients achieve their evolving commercial objectives by aligning their defined benefit plans accordingly. 

Given the size and complexity of our client portfolio, you will have the opportunity to support diverse projects related to mergers & acquisitions, asset liability studies, forecasting, early retirement windows and other special projects as needed.  You will also be instrumental in designing and keeping our range of internal and external consulting tools at the leading edge of technological advances. 

  • Desired Skills and Experience
  •  Experience and expertise delivering retirement consulting services to FTSE 100 or organisations of similar size is ideal
  • An excellent track record in delivering core retirement and bespoke project work as well as the ability to contribute to cross-practice client engagements
  • Proven experience in successfully managing multiple projects and producing quality deliverables on time and within budget
  • Excellent client relationship, interpersonal and team skills
  • Obvious leadership potential
  • Strong analytical and creative skills
  • Proven delegation skills and a natural desire to  coach and mentor junior associates
  • The ability to see the "big picture"
  • Fellow of the FIA (or international equivalent) is essential.

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