Pensions Administrator

  • Contract
  • Remote
  • Mayo
  • 41825741

PE Global are currently recruiting for a Pensions Administrator. This is a 9 month contract based in Ballina Co. Mayo


 Main Duties & Responsibilities:

·         Supporting all aspects of the day to day operation and administration of the Single Public Service Pension Scheme to ensure an efficient and effective service delivery.

·         Working with both Human Resource and Payroll teams, the Pension administrator will be responsible for administrating the following:

·         Transfer of payroll information on a periodic basis from the payroll system to the single scheme database

·         Maintenance of information on the single scheme database such as old age contributory pension rates

·         Adjustments in pension threshold on a payday basis for work-sharing, parental leave, shorter working year etc.

·         Application of relevant CPI rates to pension and lump sum benefits

·          Examine refunds provided to decide on relevant adjustments to the statements

·         Transferring previous benefits/reckoning previous service

·         Review formulas and validate accuracy of the calculations

·         Administration of Annual Pensions Benefits statements

·         Creating and maintaining the Single Pension scheme databank and filing systems as appropriate including updating the databank with historical data from 2013 onwards.

·          In conjunction with the Human Resources Manager and the Finance Supervisor assisting with the interpretation, analysis and implementation of new pensions legislation and / Or circulars issued via DPER.

·         Supporting the development of appropriate systems and procedures to ensure compliance.

·         Reviewing systems, policies and procedures on an ongoing basis to deliver a quality pensions service.

·         Any other activities that maybe required from time to time in relation to supporting the Finance Supervisor.



·         Excellent IT skills with a high level of competency in MS Office applications e.g. Word and Excel.

·         Strong analytical skills with attention to detail combined with an ability to communicate concisely with all levels of staff

·         Ability to deal with and resolve problems and escalate as appropriate

·         Ability to work independently, proactively and flexibly

·         Strong Ethical values with ability to deal with confidential and sensitive information.



·         Knowledge of Microsoft access

·         Experience of working with Public Sector Schemes or Public service payroll

Please click the link below to apply, call Laura on 0214297900 or alternatively send an up to date CV***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland***

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