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Pensions Administrator Cover Letter Example for Jobs
« on: March 07, 2014, 07:52:24 PM »

Writing a cover letter for the job role of a Pensions Administrator

If you are looking to be a pensions administrator then you do not need specific qualifications in pensions but you will need a good background of a financial element and strong administration skills. Employers will be looking to assess your understanding of pensions and bring able to calculate figures and assess information related to customers pensions.

You will need to be a good communicator to be a good Pensions Administrator as you will liaises either customers and businesses if you provide pensions for a number of employees in a company.

You will be required to administer and administrate everything from the beginning setting up a pension through to providing annual statements, making changes to amounts as requested etc.

You can expect to achieve a salary of £13,000 + upwards for an entry level position depending on the size of company and the location in which you work . This will increase as your level of experience increases typically up to £30,000 per annum.

As a pensions Administrator you can expect to undertake tasks such as:
  • Provide administration support to the pensions team
  • Liaise with colleagues and clients regarding any accounts
  • Calculating pension outcomes for new clients
  • Altering any financial amounts to be added and calculated for each client
  • Sending updates and any information out to clients as requested
  • Keeping up to date with the latest pensions information, standards or changes and relating these direct to the clients
  • Look after the various policies such as pensions and life insurance policies and handle all the administration associated with it.
Nearly everyone has a pension either privately or through their place of work so you could be required to look after many people which will require a great deal of concentration and accuracy at all times. You will be expected to have a good insight following company training into pensions and be able to explain this to clients who are less familiar with these terms and be able to analyse figures and estimate calculations for your clients.

Pensions Administrator Example Cover Letter

Dear HR Manager,

I am writing to submit my application for the position of Pensions Administrator within the (where job based), as seen within your vacancy advertisement on (where you saw job advertised). 

Please find my CV attached, from which you can see my academic qualifications including NVQ Level 3 in Business Administration. I also posses over six years employment as an Administrator within a financial environment, from which I have gained extensive experience within the office industry.

From my training and experience, I have gained many industry related skills such as a knowledge of current laws and regulations, the ability to assure compliance at the facility, typing speed of 62wpm, computer literate in office applications; MS Word, MS Excel and MS Access etc as well as various database software packages. 

I am available to start immediately, and should you require any further information please feel free to contact me.

Yours sincerely,

Applicant Name

Good luck.


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