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Vacancy Details

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Trustee Propositions Manager

Summary Information for vacancy - reference TPM20100331

Department

Pensions Regulator

Salary

53000

Location

West Sussex, South East

Closing Date

08 April 2010

Interviews start

Not specified

Grade

Not Specified

Seniority

Not specified

Pay frequency

Monthly

Appointment Terms

Permanent

Working Arrangement

Full time

Travel required

No

No of vacancies

1

Field of work

Communications/Marketing

Brief Description

Role:

Leading TPR’s strategic direction with regard to development of TPR’s propositions to its core Trustee audience and demonstrating TPR values

Acting as the Customer Champion for TPR’s core Trustee audience and ensuring all Policy is presented in a coherent way to Trustees.

Leading the definition of a coherent approach to presenting the requirements and expectations on Trustees of different sizes and levels of engagement in pension provision.

Leading the deployment of TPR’s campaigns to Trustees and accountable for delivering the key metric of customer satisfaction.
 

Vacancy description

Key accountabilities:

• Communicating timely and relevant information to the team and other teams, business units and functions
• Measuring and reporting performance as required, including analysis of trends, variations, and improvements
• Participating in professional development activities and maintaining professional affiliations
• Ensuring effective working relationships and arrangements are in place with other business units/teams in the Develop function, Deliver function, Support function, relevant external stakeholders, professional, industry and Government bodies
• Understanding TPR objectives and focusing work on them
• Developing the strategic market segmentation approach toward Trustees and delivery of a segmented Trustee audience strategy for the Regulator
• Developing and delivering propositions appropriate for those segments
• Gathering Trustee information from across TPR and becoming the Champion and expert on Trustee requirements
• Developing strategic relationships with key Trustee stakeholder groups and influencers in the Pensions and Trustee arena
• Improving knowledge and understanding of Trustees including raising awareness, benefits and methods of successful pensions scheme administration
• Maintaining the framework for Trustee Knowledge and Understanding and continuing to influence delivery of appropriate learning to trustees
• Contributing to the development of the channel strategy
 

Skills

Essential knowledge and core skills:

• Segmentation strategies and techniques
• Proposition development strategies and techniques
• Research strategies and techniques
• Channel usage and impact
• Data management approaches and techniques
• Database design and management best practice
• Communication and education approaches and techniques
• TPR overall, function and team objectives
• Public understanding and confidence in occupational pensions
• Pensions environment strategic trends and issues
• Regulation principles and best practice
• Project management methods and techniques e.g. PRINCE II
• Performance management / TPR HR processes
• software applications
• Other relevant IT software applications
• Leadership and motivation
• Communication – written and oral
• Delegation / trusting staff to deliver
• Analytical / Problem solving
• Relationship building
• Influencing and negotiation
• Assimilation of information
• Interpersonal
• Time management
• Prioritising
• Decision-making
• Standard Office IT

 

Experience

Competencies:
• Focusing on customers – Experienced
• Interpersonally effective – Mentor
• Effective delivery and accountability – Experienced
• Adapting to priorities and risks – Mentor
• Learning, developing and applying – Experienced
• Solving and improving – Mentor
• Collaborative working – Mentor
• Understanding the organisation – Experienced
 

Further information

CRB check required - Yes

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for this role, please send a covering letter, with details of how your experience and skills meet the essential criteria and competencies and your CV to Row Elliott


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