Pensions managers work with in-company or private pension schemes to make sure they are properly run.
There will be
5% more Pensions manager jobs in 2023.
In your local area
Your day-to-day duties might include:
You’ll need a background in pensions or finance work, and a qualification in pensions, insurance or accountancy that meets industry regulatory standards.
You could also start as a trainee pensions manager or a pensions administrator and work your way up on a management training scheme.
Taking qualifications from a professional body like the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) or Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) may help you get work.
Starter salary: £22,000 to £25,000
Experienced salary: £25,000 to £40,000
Salary packages may include insurance, pension benefits and bonuses based on your performance or that of the company.
These figures are a guide.
You’ll usually work standard office hours, Monday to Friday. You may have to work extra hours at busy times, like the end of the tax year.
You’ll mainly be office-based, but may need to travel to visit scheme members, employers and trustees.
With experience, you could progress to manage larger departments or schemes, or move into other sectors like insurance.
You could also become a self-employed pensions consultant.
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