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Pension Analyst
Ref No.: 18-02525
Location: Denver, Colorado
Position Type:Contract to Hire
Pay Rate : $ 17.00 - 18.00 /Hour
Pension Analyst
Denver, CO
Contract to Hire


The Role:
In this role you will perform recurring plan administration services and work assignments for clients' defined benefit plans under the supervision of senior analysts and will assist with project work and other ad hoc client support services as requested.

Responsibilities:
- Perform with guidance from other team members, routine and recurring plan administration tasks for clients' defined benefit plans (e.g., benefit calculations, retiree and death admin processing, annual data updates, assist with preparation of benefit statements)
- Work cooperatively with other team members (internal employees, plan administrators, actuaries) to complete tasks and to ensure unified delivery of services
- Gain a thorough understanding of the plan design ( e.g., benefit formulas, options, eligibility)
- Follow and update documentation materials as directed
- Maintain complete and accurate work papers and audit trails
- Learn and use Professional Excellence tools and concepts to ensure efficient and quality output/service delivery
- Serve as a contact with clients' human resources personnel
- Adhere to plan documents and government regulations in administering plans
- Actively participate in team meetings and training activities
- Be accountable to team members for agreements and commitments Demonstrate the following
- Seek out experiences that may change perspective or provide an opportunity to learn new things
- Ability to prioritize workload with help from project leaders
- Ability to effectively deliver on agreed upon deadlines
- Attention to detail
- Professional, client-focused approach to colleagues and assignments

Qualifications:
- Solid mathematical, analytic and personal computer skills
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Willing to work overtime as requested
- Bachelor's Degree required
- Any actuarial interest or experience is a huge plus
- Mathematics degree a plus