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Edinburgh - GBP Permanent Posted: Saturday, 13 July 2019
 
 
PENSION SCHEME TRUSTEE - VACANCY

Church of Scotland Pension Schemes

Background: The Church of Scotland has three defined benefit schemes providing benefitstoover5,000deferredandpensionermembers.The schemes were closed to future accrual in 2013.

Twoofthe three schemes are over 100%fundedona technical provisions basis.

Assets under managementfor the three schemes are circa £500M.

Avacancyhas arisen on the Boardfor aTrustee tohelpoversee the management ofthe three schemes.While previousexperiencewouldbe anadvantage, itisnot essential. The Pensions Regulator however requires you to have the relevant knowledge and understanding to perform your role within six months of your appointment and training support will be provided.

The position is voluntary and reasonable expenses will be re-imbursed.

The Role:
  • Toperformthe duties of a Trustee inline with the TrustDeedand Rules ofthe Schemes andinaccordance with pensionlegislation.
  • Toact prudently, responsibly andhonestly.
  • Toactimpartially inthe bestinterests of the schemes'members and their beneficiaries.

The Selection Process: If this role is of interest to you, you should submit your CV together with a covering letter (not exceeding 250 words) outlining why you consider yourself to be a suitable candidate for the role.

Submissions should be sent by 16 August 2019 to: Jane McLeod, Pensions Manager and Secretary to the Scheme Trustees, The Church of Scotland, 121 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4YN

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Thereafter, an interview process will be used to select the successful candidate.

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