Employee Benefits Administrator

Our client, a rapidly expanding and successful IFA, currently requires an Administrator / Paraplanner to provide technical support to their growing employee benefits team.

Candidates will be required to:
- Produce and package accurate new member packs (new business quotations), making sure all supporting literature is compliant
-Monitor case/client progress through to policy extraction, credit and commission payments
- Carry out annual reconciliations on group pension renewals/flex/group risk and total reward arrangements

Experience:
- Have a good level of experience in the administration of group personal pensions and employee benefit schemes
- Have experience of talking to product providers regarding group risk/flex benefits and pension product queries
- Have attained the financial services CF qualifications (ideally 1-5) or FPC qualification
- Ideally candidates will be working towards the Diploma qualification and have a working knowledge of 1st Software

In return candidates can expect to receive a competitive basic of £22-30k as well as an excellent flexible benefits package.

Sector Financial Services
Region East Anglia
LocationNewmarket
Salary£22,000 to £30,000 Basic

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