Lower Marsh, London
Are you a pensions professional looking to expand your expertise? Want to develop an engaging career as a Pensions Officer with a growing national educational charity? If so, read on.
Oasis Community Learning (OCL) is a ground-breaking global movement and group of charities and social enterprises working in 51 community hubs located in 11 countries across the world.
We create a new sense of neighbourhood in communities that had previously been forgotten by society and our Community Hub enables people to come together and fulfil their potential.
We are also raising the educational bar through our academies. A family of 52 educational institutions serving over 28,000 students from a variety of backgrounds, our academies seek to close the educational gap that exists between disadvantaged students and their more privileged counterparts.
We are now looking for a Pensions Officer to join our friendly team and support our pensions and payroll activities.
– Salary of £23,628 – £25,377 per annum
– Outstanding local government pension scheme (14.2% employer contribution)
– A Continuous Professional Development programme to support your progression
– 25 days’ holiday per annum (rising to 30 with service) plus Bank Holidays
Within a supportive and fast-paced environment, you will have the chance to increase your knowledge, learn about public sector payroll and take ownership of our pension administration activities.
This is a varied role offering the opportunity to work with people at all levels of our organisation and play an important role in the smooth running of our charity.
So, if you are looking to develop a rewarding career in payroll and pensions, we would love to hear from you.
As our Pensions Officer, you will support, and eventually lead, our pension administration activities.
Reporting to the Deputy Pensions Manager, you will:
– Act as the first point of contact for pensions-related queries
– Make sure that pensions forms are completed and sent in a timely manner for all new starters
– Keep abreast of developments regarding pensions
– Escalate any issues to the Deputy Pensions Manager
– Assist with any team projects
To join us as a Pensions Officer, you will need:
– Previous pensions experience
– Experience of working on an integrated payroll and/or HR system, ideally within education
– At a minimum, GCSEs in Maths and English (or equivalent)
– A keen eye for detail
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks.
So, if you are ready for your next challenge as a Pensions Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency
Employment Type: Permanent