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Actuarial Contractor - Pensions (Documentation)

London, England
£300 - £600 per day
Closing date
22 Jul 2022

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Actuarial Contractor - Pensions (Documentation)

£300-£600 per day

These roles are to support the development programme for a global consulting firm. As they continue their growth and with a significant intake of staff pending, they are embarking a large scale upgrade to their in-house training programme. Candidates will have experience of documentation and ideally a background of traditional trustee consulting work. TV's, GMP, scheme valuations and understanding the client / consultant relationship would be ideal. However, roles are open to other backgrounds given quality of existing material that needs to be modernised. This is expected to be circa 12/18 months project but work will be taken in sprints so if you want to commit to a short period then that's an option too.

If interested please contact Alice Woollatt




HFG is an award winning international recruitment consulting firm that provides specialist professionals to leading General Insurance, Life, Reinsurance, Pensions and Management Consultancy firms. 

Since our formation in 2002 we have sought to provide a market leading recruitment service which challenges the gap between large agencies broad capabilities, and executive search companies’ levels of service.

Regarded by our clients and candidates as industry experts, we deliver solutions to the global insurance marketplace where we specialise in actuarial recruitment.

Led by a number of ex-industry professionals, our consultants have shown a long-term commitment to their defined markets. 

The provision of considered advice based on deep market knowledge is central to our business model. 

You will regularly find HFG at industry events and conferences including GIRO, Life, Momentum, Health, Care & Protection and Joint Risk, Investment & Pensions.

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