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Assistant DC Pensions Consultant

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  • The ideal candidate for the Assistant DC Pensions Consultant position at XPS Pensions Group should have knowledge of Defined Contribution schemes, strong IT skills, be interested in obtaining relevant qualifications, possess professional integrity, excellent interpersonal skills, and be able to work effectively within a multidisciplinary team while maintaining a client-focused approach.
  • The candidate will provide support to the DC Consulting team and clients/trustees, assisting with scheme transitions, employee communications, value for money assessments, and chair statement preparation. They will also participate in general pensions consultancy, conduct research on legislative changes, present on these matters, and contribute to business development.

Graduate Job

Consulting, Banking & FinanceLondon


  • XPS is experiencing rapid growth and we are looking to hire an enthusiastic Assistant DC Pension Consultant to join our Defined Contribution Schemes team in London with hybrid working.
  • We are an award-winning Pensions Consultancy with over 1600 staff in 16 locations across the UK. The DC Consulting team are responsible for working with colleagues and other internal teams who are committed to providing a first-class service to our clients. 
  • The team is responsible for supporting Defined Contribution pension schemes, both trust based, and contract based, and ensure these schemes are well run and have market leading governance arrangements in place.


  • The successful candidate will need to have knowledge of Defined Contributions schemes and perhaps already be in an Assistant Consultant position.
  • Possess Strong IT skills.
  • Keen to study for PMI or FCA approved advisor qualifications (e.g,CII or equivalent) unless you are already part way through.
  • Have high degree of professional integrity and have excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Able to work as part of a multi- disciplinary team, as our consulting team work closely with both our actuarial, investment, administration, and support teams.
  • Client focussed.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Banking & Finance


  • Under direction, you will provide high quality consultancy support to the DC Consulting team and its clients/trustees.
  • Role will involve client work, people and work management and development.
  • Assist senior colleagues with scheme transitions, employee communications, preparation of value for money assessments and draft Chair statements.
  • Participate in general pensions consultancy, undertake research on topical issues and legislative change and present on these matters and contribute to business development when required.


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • Competitive salary
  • Participation in a Discretionary Bonus Scheme
  • 25 days holiday
  • A set of core benefits including pension plan, life assurance, employee assistance programme, access to a qualified, practicing GP 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • A comprehensive range of voluntary and flexible benefits to suit you and your lifestyle including holiday trading, tech scheme, cycle to work scheme, dental cover, healthcare cash plan, critical illness cover, private medical cover for self and family, travel insurance and a broad range of discounts at hundreds of retailers.