Pensions Officer Jobs

Stafffinders sources talent for a range of Pensions Officer jobs in Edinburgh, Glasgow and throughout the rest of Scotland. Pensions Officer jobs primarily involve the handling of the company's employee pension program. In large organisations this can be a full-time position but for smaller companies, it may also involve undertaking a wider range of HR duties and will usually be part of the payroll & benefits team.

Pensions Officers ensure that all new employees are aware of the company's pension scheme and manage the necessary administration when employees choose to join or leave the pension scheme. Pensions Officers must keep ahead of pensions regulations and changing legislation that may affect employee benefits. They act as a link between the company, members of the pension scheme and the Department of Work and Pensions.

Pensions administration duties

Pensions Officers are typically responsibile for performing the following duties and responsibilties:

  • Ensuring all new employees are aware of the company's pension shceme.
  • Managing administration when employees leave or join pension scheme.
  • Keeping up-to-date with legislation and pensions regulation.

As at 2020, Pension Officers salaries range from £18,000 to £26,000 in the UK with the average salary totalling £21,000.

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