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Senior Investment Risk Analyst

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London

Job Purpose

You will work as a member of the risk management team in providing financial risk management services to clients, internal stakeholders and shareholders.

Key Accountabilities

•To measure, monitor, analyse and report investment risks (market, liquidity, counterparty credit, leverage, valuation risks etc.) for funds managed by LPP and for the Pension Clients’ portfolios
•To maintain and enhance investment risk data, models, systems and reporting processes for LPPI’s investments and funds in Equities, Fixed Income, Credit, Private Equity, Real Estate, Infrastructure etc.
•To maintain investment risk reporting and procedures to meet LPPI’s regulatory requirements as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager

Key Responsibilities

•Develop and maintain a high standard of investment risk analysis and reporting across various asset classes at investment, fund and client portfolio levels
•Maintain and enhance data, modelling and reporting systems & workflows for investment risk processes
•Prepare investment risk analysis and Management Information for LPPI’s various committees, internal stakeholders and regulatory reporting.
•Work with senior members in the team to implement enhanced risk & quantitative models, risk systems and automated reporting workflows.

Person Specification

•Educated, preferably master’s level, in Mathematics, Finance or related Quantitative discipline
•4+ years of relevant work experience within Investment or Market Risk, preferably in asset management industry
•Good quantitative and programming skills with good proficiency in Excel VBA and experience in using Bloomberg. Proficiency in languages like R or Python and in databases is desirable.
•A sound understanding of return and risk characteristics of various asset classes
•Highly developed numerical, analytical and report writing skills.
•A proactive, self-motivated team player
•A lateral thinker with excellent problem solving and organisational ability
•Highly effective communication skills including the ability to build good working relationships

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Analyst - Credit

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London


Purpose
Assist in the development, implementation and management of the agreed Portfolio and particularly the internally managed Credit Portfolio. Build knowledge and capability across the investments function in order to support the wider team in the monitoring of external Credit investment mandates in addition to carrying out other investment administration activities as directed for Executive Committee, Investment Committee and Board meetings. Take responsibility for internal processes and procedures in relation in investment monitoring, including: Ensuring manager monitoring meetings are scheduled, attended and written up; building and stress testing appropriate internal financial models to monitor performance; and preparing appropriate management reports to facilitate performance monitoring and decision-making forums.


Key Responsibilities
1. Actively assist in the development, implementation, on-going monitoring and improvement of the internally managed Credit strategy in accordance to Investment Strategy Statements, Asset Class mandates, LGPS Regulations and other relevant regulatory frameworks ensuring that all investments meet the level of expected performance.

2. Working with colleagues, contribute to LPPI’s stated objectives to close clients’ funding deficit within agreed time frames by optimising the performance characteristics of the Credit portfolio and assist the Credit Investment team in ensuring that LPPI’s investments are:

a. Consistent with the Fund’s investment aims/expected returns and within acceptable risks;
b. Managed by ‘best of breed’ managers - contributing to manager selection processes whilst monitoring and reviewing existing managers against their respective performance metrics;
c. Placed within appropriate funds which match the LPPI’s investment profile and cash flow requirements;
d. Providing value for money by managing the fund’s expense ratio efficiently; and
e. Improving the fund managers’ accountability and asset transparency.

3. Support the wider team as required in all aspects of investment research, execution, manager & performance monitoring and reporting, administrative and operational activities as directed.

Key Accountabilities

1. To monitor the internally managed Credit portfolio as directed by the Investment Director, Credit and other senior staff.

2. To build, develop and maintain internal financial models for all direct Credit holdings and other strategy monitoring models as directed.

3. To analyse company accounts and financial statements as necessary, ensuring all holdings are appropriately stress tested in line with LPPI requirements.

4. To prepare and implement administrative, reporting, record maintenance and other necessary systems or tools to ensure professional management of the Credit Portfolio.

5. To contribute to the due diligence process and prepare the appropriate accurate documentation to facilitate IC members’ decision making.

6. To assist the wider team in the monitoring of external Credit portfolio managers.

7. To provide all necessary accounting and administration information to the Operations and Finance Team as directed in order to aid the preparation of annual accounts and internal committee reporting.

8. To support liaison for all internal and external auditing matters arising in relation to the Credit Portfolio.

9. To contribute to the quarterly and annual Credit Portfolio reporting process and other reports as required and/or directed by senior team members.

10. To continually develop knowledge and skill in the professional investments arena by maintaining up to date information in relation to market developments and regulatory changes, through the attendance of external seminars and other professional courses as approved by the Investment Director.

11. Actively support LPP’s equality programme, both internally and externally, along with all other corporate policy initiatives, as directed

Person Specification

The post holder will demonstrate:

1. Degree level educated ideally gained within a business, finance, maths/statistics and/or investment related discipline.

2. Post-graduate qualification in accounting or finance would be desirable.

3. Demonstrate enthusiasm and commitment towards developing knowledge and skills through new initiatives whilst identifying suitable learning opportunities.

4. Ideally, a period of experience in investment or financial analysis gained within a relevant organisation.

5. Capability to develop and follow an investment process based on the Investment Strategy Statement and demonstrable conformance therewith.

6. Knowledge and skills to build, preferably unassisted, appropriate financial models using Excel to support the due diligence process.

7. Demonstrable ability to understand and develop Credit valuation and risk assessment techniques.

8. Effective communication skills including the ability to influence and build good working relationships at all levels both internally and externally.

9. The ability to build positive and productive working relationships with fund managers and other external partners as required.

10. Good level of numerical, analytical and report writing skills including a working knowledge of MS office tools to assist in the communication of key messages and to facilitate discussions and decision making.

11. Ability to build professional network and seek business opportunities within respective asset classes.

12. A proactive, self-motivated team player who can manage a high personal workload with multiple deadlines.

13. An understanding of the breadth of the diversity agenda including embedding good practice and an understanding of LPP’s commitment to combating discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity.


Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
37


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Trainee / Junior Analyst – Data

Preston

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
Preston

Purpose of role

Data has been compared to oil and gold. Yet, efficient gathering of data remains a challenge in investment in private market. The role is for someone passionate about efficient and creative data collection, manipulation and visualisation, and curious about how this works in investment decision making. The trainee/analyst will work closely with internal and external portfolio managers to enhance collection of financial, social and environmental data across private equity, debt and infrastructure assets, and build and refine excel databases and models to empower improved analysis at the highest level of the investment chain, including the Chief Investment Officer.

Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) manages the investments of local government pension schemes. It was formed in 2016 and has quickly grown to £16 billion in assets under management. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our tight-knit, fast -paced Investment Strategy team. The trainee/analyst will gain industry experience whilst enjoying mentoring and the development opportunities offered to all LPP employees through our Training & Development Framework.

The role is based in Preston, reporting directly to the Head of Responsible Investment, and will work closely with the Investment Strategy Deputy Portfolio Manager based in London. While there is no formal rotation in the Trainee Programme for this role, the trainee will be working closely with other departments across Investment. There is flexibility for the opportunity to be a traineeship or junior analyst role, depending on the candidate. LPP Trainee Programme offer a paid year-long placement for graduates and those seeking their first role in the investment industry.

Key Responsibilities

Responsibilities to include:

- Developing technical skills and knowledge of various data systems in relation to current placement

- Carrying out tasks and responsibilities with accuracy and efficiency, demonstrating high levels of productivity and attention to detail.

- Gaining knowledge of systems and processes through application on the job

- Frequent attendance at business meetings, not limited to the meetings required as part of the placement.

- Participating in business debate, not only following but understanding direction and carrying out tasks in a business context.

- Participation in wider industry experiences, such as external briefings on industry matters (regulation, risk, and financial instruments) business line specific events with peers and subject matter experts.

- Establishing a diverse and broad network across the business relevant to the current placement but also more broadly.

- Developing confidence and skill in building relationships; being approachable, flexible and displaying high levels of interest and engagement.

- While the role has a focus on contributing to existing investment processes, the successful candidate will have an opportunity to shape the remit to their own strengths and background.

Person Specification

- Applicants should be committed to LPP’s values and will be expected to demonstrate the following essential skills:

- Demonstrable ability to manipulate data in Excel. Knowledge of Python is a plus.

- Interest in working within the investment industry. Knowledge of investment or investment industry is a plus, though not required.

- Capability to perform research and analysis, and present clear and actionable summaries of their findings

- Interest and ability to develop trust in relationships with stakeholders, including portfolio managers

- Ability to work within a team, as well as being adaptable and flexible

- Ability to use own initiative to manage priorities and deliver to a consistent standard of excellence

- Strong written communication skills and ability to communicate orally in a clear and concise manner

- Proficiency in MS office suite

- Some work experience is ideal, though not required

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
37


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Investment Trainee/Graduate

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London

About LPPI

Local Pensions Partnership Investments Ltd (LPPI) is a wholly-owned investment subsidiary of Local Pensions Partnership (LPP). LPPI manages £16bn of pension assets for local government pension schemes (LGPS), with full delegation for the selection, monitoring and management of fund managers, and implementation of investment strategy on clients’ behalf. Since its launch in April 2016, LPPI has successfully designed and launched a suite of asset class-based investment funds which can be utilized to deliver clients’ strategic asset allocations. LPPI’s investment professionals are seasoned global investors whose experience span assets classes and investment styles, with deep buy/sell side asset management and capital markets experience.

Purpose of role

Pension funds, as long-term asset owners, play a key role at the top of the investment value chain through defining asset allocation, as well as selecting assets and external managers. Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) manages the investments of local government pension schemes (LGPS); it was formed in 2016 and has quickly grown to £16 billion in assets under management.

Local Pensions Partnership (LPP) Investment Trainee Programme will offer a paid year-long placement for graduates and those seeking their first role in the investment industry. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our +30-strong investment team working across traditional and alternative asset classes. Our Trainee will gain industry experience whilst enjoying the development opportunities offered to all LPP employees through our Training & Development Framework.

Key Responsibilities
Trainees will be a flexible resource supporting investment activities within three of our investment-related teams which you will rotate throughout the year depending on business need. The starting point will be the Investment Strategy team, headed by the Deputy CIO and works closely with all of the Heads of LPP’s asset class teams.

Responsibilities to include:
• Developing technical skills and knowledge in relation to current placement
• Carrying out tasks and responsibilities with accuracy and efficiency, demonstrating high levels of productivity and attention to detail.
• Gaining knowledge of systems and processes through application on the job
• Frequent attendance at business meetings, not limited to the meetings required as part of the placement.
• Participating in business debate, not only following but understanding direction and carrying out tasks in a business context.
• Participation in wider industry experiences, such as external briefings on industry matters (regulation, risk, and financial instruments) business line specific events with peers and subject matter experts.
• Establishing a diverse and broad network across the business relevant to the current placement but also more broadly.
• Developing confidence and skill in building relationships; being approachable, flexible and displaying high levels of interest and engagement.
While the role has a focus on contributing to existing investment processes, the successful candidate will have an opportunity to shape the remit to their own strengths and background.

Person Specification

Applicants should be committed to LPP’s values and will be expected to demonstrate the following essential skills:

• Demonstrable interest in working within the investment industry
• Capability to perform research and analysis, and present clear and actionable summaries of their findings
• Ability to develop trust in relationships with stakeholders, including portfolio managers and investee company management
• Ability to work within a team, as well as being adaptable and flexible
• Ability to use own initiative to manage priorities and deliver to a consistent standard of excellence
• Strong written communication skills and ability to communicate orally in a clear and concise manner
• Proficiency in MS office suite
• Some work experience is ideal, particularly within Financial Services

Candidates who wish to be considered for a part-time role should clearly indicate that in their cover letter, along with whether and when they anticipated to be able to transition to full-time.

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Team Coordinator

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London

Purpose of role

To optimise the efficient operation of the Investment and Risk teams by providing a high-level and proactive executive support service. The team co-ordinator will working closely with the other Executive Assistants to ensure that cover and support service is maintained.

Key Responsibilities
• Proactively support the Investment and Risks teams with admin tasks
• Assist with the processing of invoices in a timely manner
• Organise and book team travel, ensuring that all bookings comply with the travel policy and most cost/time effective travel is arranged
• Meeting scheduling – assist team with meeting bookings, organise refreshments, assist in preparing agenda and documents as required
• Meeting and greeting guests ensuring they get the best customer service experience including the provision of refreshments
• Assist in the purchasing of office consumables and direct incoming and outgoing mailings
• Diary management: Assist in the management and organisation of the team’s diary including all appointments, meetings, etc
• Meet and greet visitors at all levels of seniority and be the first point of contact on their arrival

Person Specification

• Proven Team Co-ordinator experience
• A proactive, self-motivated team player
• Ability to multi-task and prioritise conflicting schedule
• Ability to work to a high level of detail in a faced-paced environment
• Hard working, diligent, consciousness, and professional
• Excellent IT skills

Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Junior Analyst – Investment Strategy

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London

Job Purpose

The trainee/analyst will work closely with internal and external portfolio managers to enhance collection of financial, social and environmental data across private equity, debt and infrastructure assets, and build and refine excel databases and models to empower improved analysis at the highest level of the investment chain, including the Chief Investment Officer.

Key Responsibilities

Responsibilities to include:
• Developing technical skills and knowledge of various data systems in relation to current placement
• Carrying out tasks and responsibilities with accuracy and efficiency, demonstrating high levels of productivity and attention to detail.
• Gaining knowledge of systems and processes through application on the job
• Frequent attendance at business meetings, not limited to the meetings required as part of the placement.
• Participating in business debate, not only following but understanding direction and carrying out tasks in a business context.
• Participation in wider industry experiences, such as external briefings on industry matters (regulation, risk, and financial instruments) business line specific events with peers and subject matter experts.
• Establishing a diverse and broad network across the business relevant to the current placement but also more broadly.
• Developing confidence and skill in building relationships; being approachable, flexible and displaying high levels of interest and engagement.

While the role has a focus on contributing to existing investment processes, the successful candidate will have an opportunity to shape the remit to their own strengths and background.

Person Specification

Applicants should be committed to LPP’s values and will be expected to demonstrate the following essential skills:

• Demonstrable ability to manipulate data in Excel. Knowledge of Python is a plus.
• Interest in working within the investment industry. Knowledge of investment or investment industry is a plus, though not required.
• Capability to perform research and analysis, and present clear and actionable summaries of their findings
• Interest and ability to develop trust in relationships with stakeholders, including portfolio managers
• Ability to work within a team, as well as being adaptable and flexible
• Ability to use own initiative to manage priorities and deliver to a consistent standard of excellence
• Strong written communication skills and ability to communicate orally in a clear and concise manner
• Proficiency in MS office suite
• Some work experience is ideal, though not required

Function
Investments
Status
Full Time
Type
Permanent


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Head of Operational Due Diligence

London

Job Ref
LPPI
Location
London

About LPP

LPP manages £17bn of pension assets for local government pension schemes (LGPS), with full delegation for the selection, monitoring and management of fund managers, and implementation of investment strategy on clients’ behalf. Since its launch in April 2016, LPP has successfully designed and launched a suite of asset class-based investment funds which can be utilized to deliver clients’ strategic asset allocations. LPP’s investment professionals are seasoned global investors whose experience span assets classes and investment styles, with deep buy/sell side asset management and capital markets experience.
Role purpose

The primary function of the role is to oversee all Operational Due Diligence (“ODD”) (defined all non-investment risks) on all of LPP’s fund-based investments. The role could grow into providing diligence support where LPP is invested in direct assets but initial focus is on the fund based part of the portfolio. This includes fund investments in the following areas:

• Hedge funds
• Private Equity
• Private Debt
• Infrastructure
• Property
• Long only equity and fixed income

This is a senior role that requires strong technical knowledge in areas such as investment operations, fund governance, asset valuation, asset custody, compliance processes, regulatory regimes and several other related areas.
LPP utilises a third-party consultant for ODD services and the candidate will be responsible for managing the overall ODD function. Specifically, this means managing what ODD work is prioritised, development of all ODD policies and procedures and determining what activity should be outsourced and what kept in-house. There is a requirement for the candidate to be able to undertake the ODD work themselves as currently it isn’t always appropriate to outsource all work content.
The role will report to the Deputy CIO and will interact extensively with the senior management of LPP and the LPP Investment Committee.

Responsibilities

• Oversight of all (fund based) non-investment risks in LPP portfolios
• Ownership of LPP’s approach to ODD and development of our ODD polices and procedures
• Management of all ODD workflow including managing external ODD suppliers and, where appropriate, undertake the ODD work directly
• Being an integral part of the fund underwriting process and working directly with Investment Due Diligence (“IDD”) colleagues to make recommendations to the LPP Investment Committee
• Helping IDD colleagues understand the importance of ODD issues in the context of their investment universe

Knowledge & Competence Requirements

The role holder must be able to demonstrate the following knowledge and competence criteria to provide information about investment products, investment services or ancillary services that are available through LPP:

• Understand the key characteristics, risk and features of those investment products available through the firm, including any general tax implications and costs to be incurred by the client in the context of transactions. Care should be taken when giving information with respect to products characterised by higher levels of complexity.

• Understand the total amount of costs and charges to be incurred by the client in the context of transactions in an investment product, or investment services or ancillary services.

• Understand the characteristics and scope of investment services or ancillary services.

• Understand how financial markets function and how they affect the value and pricing of investment products on which they provide information to clients;

• Understand the impact of economic figures, national/regional/global events on markets and on the value of investment products on which they provide information.

• Understand the difference between past performance and future performance scenarios as well as the limits of predictive forecasting.

• Understand issues relating to market abuse and anti-money laundering.

• Assess data relevant to the investment products on which they provide information to clients such as Key Investor Information Documents, prospectuses, financial statements, or financial data.

• Understand specific market structures for the investment products on which they provide information to clients and, where relevant, their trading venues or the existence of any secondary markets.

• Have a basic knowledge of valuation principles for the type of investment products in relation to which the information is provided.

Person Specification

• Over 10 years of financial services or asset management experience with at least 5 years experience in an ODD role; however we will consider candidates who fall outside of this range if there is a very strong match in other respects.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Strong understanding of the non-investment risks in fund-based assets.
• Demonstrated record of academic achievement, work ethic, and leadership;
• Ability to work through complex problems and challenges to provide innovative insights;

Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.

Function
Investments
Type
Permanent


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Facilities

Facilities Manager

London

Job Ref
LPP
Location
London

Job Purpose

The Facilities Manager is responsible for the effective operation of the Facilities function at LPP. The role holder will manage facilities staff across all four LPP offices, ensuring that the teams work closely together to provide an excellent service.

Key Responsibilities

• Lead the Facilities teams at all sites, ensuring an efficient facilities and office management service is provided
• Liaise with landlords and ensure that the office space and environment is fit for purpose
• Ensure that Health and Safety requirements are met and deal with any issues, with relevant logging and reporting
• Develop facilities business plans and monitor the relevant budgets
• Identify and implement efficiencies in delivering the facilities service
• Development and training of staff members, providing mentoring where necessary
• Responsible for the delivery of regular activities including:
o Provide an incoming and outgoing postal service to the LPP, including scanning
o Co-ordinate meeting room bookings internally and externally
o Certificates sent to the LPP are processed efficiently and accurately
o Organise courier dispatches
o Co-ordinate taxi bookings
o Provide cover for LPP reception
• Responsible for the monitoring and delivery of accommodation projects, providing internal project management for internal moves and office relocations
• Liaison with suppliers e.g. postal services/doc storage, ensuring that services are delivered as required and value for money is achieved
• Negotiate and manage contracts as appropriate
• Ensure compliance with ISO and Data Protection requirements
• Carry out tasks commensurate with the grade as required by the Chief Risk Officer

Person Specification

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

• A proven ability to manage teams and individuals, including mentoring and development
• Demonstrable ability to communicate well at all levels, both verbally and in writing
• The ability to project manage preferably with experience of office accommodation move projects
• Experience with managing health and safety programmes in office environments
• The ability to work in partnership with others, developing and maintaining good working relationships
• Excellent customer service and attention to detail
• Organisational ability to ensure team deadlines are met
• A working knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office Products
• A working knowledge of postal, document management and work flow systems
• A working knowledge of scanning systems and processes
• Proven ability of evaluating issues and delivering solutions within a team environment

Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work

Function
Facilities
Type
Permanent


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Corporate Governance

Interim Company Secretarial Assistant

London

Job Ref
LPP
Location
London

Purpose

To assist the Company Secretarial Services Team in the delivery of team objectives in the areas of Board and Committees management, meetings coordination, internal compliance and team communication initiatives.
Key Responsibilities

BOARD, COMMITTEES AND OTHER MEETINGS

• Responsible for the efficient and successful administration and coordination of Board, Committee and other meetings, involving identifying suitable dates, liaising with Executive Assistants and on occasion directly with Directors and Non-Executive Directors to ascertain availability.

• Arranging catering and logistics in relation to Board and Committee meetings and offsite events aiming at a seamless running of meetings. Will be responsible for full meeting pack preparation for attendees including printing and binding of papers as required.

• Proactively preparing and distributing agendas and papers, including proofreading and uploading onto the internal online meeting management system (Diligent).

• Administering the internal online meeting management system (Diligent) to include new user set up and training as required.

• Taking minutes of meetings under supervision where required.

• Accountable for the accurate administration and on time processing of LPP Non-Executive Directors and LPFA Board Members expense claims.

INTERNAL COMPLIANCE AND TEAM COMMUNICATIONS

• Lead as the first point of contact for internal and external Governance and Company Secretarial queries.

• Responsible for the proactive management and actions required on all corporate emails and phone calls received regarding pension requests, complaints, praises and general queries. Act as the lead on liaison with relevant LPP departments to obtain the necessary information to respond within the deadlines (internal and statutory).

• Accountable for the maintenance of corporate information on both internal intranet and on external website and proactively take feedback and recommend improvements.

• Responsible for the raising of purchase requests through the Focal Point workflow system and ensuring the team are fully compliant with the purchase order process.

• Under guidance assist with the production and maintenance of authorised signatories lists and obtaining KYC documentation.

• Assisting with the maintenance of company statutory registers including requisite filings with Companies House and the internal database.

• Assisting the team with general administration including correspondence, expenses, filing, statutory records, team e-filing, maintenance of the corporate calendar, team meetings, invoices, compliance declarations, out of policy travel declarations and gifts and hospitality declarations.

• Other administrative duties and project work as required by the Group Company Secretary and Head of Company Secretarial Services.

Person Specification:

• An ability to develop good administration and organisation skills with a high commitment to quality with focus on accuracy and excellent attention to detail.

• A proactive, self-motivated team player who has the ability to manage a high workload with multiple deadlines ensuring expectations are managed throughout.

• Good communication skills, both oral and written, with the aptitude to deal with complex issues.

• A commitment to being customer focused and proactively supporting the achievement of organisational initiatives.

• An ability to develop and maintain good working relationships, and work flexibly across professional and operational boundaries.

• Good level of numerical and writing skills, including the ability to use MS office tools to assist in communication of key messages to facilitate decisions.

• Experience in the use of database systems for data entry and reporting e.g. online expenses/invoices systems.

• Experience in the use of online web-based portals to update information as required e.g. Internal intranet and Diligent, Blueprint or have the ability and willingness to learn and become a proficient system administrator.

• The ability to understand and support the LPP’s and public sector’s commitment to combat discrimination and promote equality of opportunity.

• A-level educated or equivalent ideally gained within a business, finance and/or governance related discipline or possess equivalent level of demonstrable work experience.

• Interest and commitment in developing a company secretarial career.


Reasonable adjustment will be made to working arrangements to accommodate a person with a disability who otherwise would be prevented from undertaking the work.

Function
Corporate Governance
Status
Full Time
Type
Temporary Contract


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