Job Role: Administrator
Location: London, United Kingdom
Closing Date: *18th November 2018
Pensions Funds Online is part of Wilmington Business Intelligence (WBI), a collaborative group of companies with a common aim: to transform potential into performance. Pensions Funds Online provides intelligence and analysis to the charity and pensions sectors.
WBI is part of Wilmington Plc.
At Wilmington Plc we know how critical our employees are to us achieving success, so we make sure we recruit great people to help us to maintain the trust of our customers and develop new, innovative products. This is a place where you can truly progress. A place where you can be heard. Here, combining know-how with a great attitude will give you the opportunity to succeed.
Why do we want you?
We want you because you are looking for an entry level administration role, you have a good eye for details and accurate data inputting skills. It would also be great if you have an interest in providing administration support to our Editorial and Market Team.
What will you be doing?
Day to day, you will be providing general administrative support to our Editorial and Marketing Team. This could involve anything from maintaining and updating our database ensuring all contact details are researched with LinkedIn links, email addresses and the necessary legislative flags such as GDPR requirements through to assisting with the financial research and input of International pension funds. You can see now why you need to have a good eye for detail!
Other areas of responsibility will include researching social media and updating the database with new job roles making all of our marketing and newsletter distribution lists are complete and up to date so we can target our marketing campaigns effectively.
This is a fantastic first job for someone who is looking to gain experience in this area so why not apply.
We always support colleagues to develop their skills but to be successful in this job you really do need to already be able to tick most of these boxes...
You need to be the kind of person who…
Before you go...
Thanks for reading our job advert. We’ve tried to bring to life what it’s like working as part of Wilmington Plc but we do so much that it’s tough to distil into a single page. We also recognise that sometimes people can be put off applying for a job unless they think they match every requirement. Don’t let that hold you back. If you are excited about the role and think you can do much of what we have described but aren’t sure if you are quite who we’re looking for… give it a try. Nothing ventured nothing gained!
Come join us!
At Wilmington Plc, we know how hard our employees work and the contributions they make to our business. As such we offer attractive salary packages that include some fantastic benefits such as performance related bonus, contributory pension scheme with life assurance, at least 23 days' annual holiday but also flexible benefits that allows you to tailor your choices i.e. purchase additional holiday days, discount vouchers, heavily subsidised gym membership, cycle to work schemes and dining cards.
We offer variety, development and an opportunity to be part of a committed group of colleagues. We operate an open environment where you’ll be encouraged to make an impact. At Wilmington, our collaborative approach means your great ideas will be welcomed and your great work recognised.
The Legal bit
The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this role. Statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.
*Please note that this role may remain advertised until an offer of employment has been made.
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