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Scheme Actuary - Bristol - Goodman Masson
Scheme Actuary
  • Pensions
  • £90,000 to £100,000 Per Annum
  • Bristol

My client is looking to hire an experienced Scheme Actuary to join their growing business based in Bristol.

Scheme Actuary - South West - Star Actuarial Futures
Scheme Actuary
  • Pensions
  • Negotiable
  • South West

Leading client seeks a Scheme Actuary, with a track record of delivering to pension scheme trustees, to be responsible for a large portfolio of clients.

Pensions Actuarial Consultant - South West - Star Actuarial Futures
Pensions Actuarial Consultant
  • Pensions
  • Negotiable
  • South West

Leading pensions consultancy has an exciting career development opportunity for a part-qualified or qualified pensions actuary to support a number of diverse workstreams, ultimately working towards becoming a Scheme Actuary or Corporate Actuary.

Part Qualified Actuary - Birmingham - Birmingham - Atkin Trustees Limited
Part Qualified Actuary - Birmingham
  • Pensions
  • Negotiable
  • Birmingham

Atkin Trustees Limited are looking for an experienced defined benefit pension consultant to join their growing business.

Pensions Consulting Actuary - Bristol - Star Actuarial Futures
Pensions Consulting Actuary
  • Pensions
  • Negotiable
  • Bristol

Leading-edge consultancy has a fantastic opportunity for a part-qualified or qualified pensions actuary to deliver relevant work to clients across a wide range of projects, from valuations to accounting disclosures.

Senior Review Actuary - London - Goodman Masson
Senior Review Actuary
  • Investment, Pensions
  • £125,000 Per Annum
  • London

Goodman Masson are working on an exclusive basis with an organisation who will be providing reviews on insurance, pensions and investment firms.

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