30 June 2021 at midnight
Headquarters, Stocklake, Aylesbury, HP20 1BD
An excellent opportunity has arisen at Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service for an Employee Representative of the Local Pension Board. This role is based at Headquarters in Aylesbury.
Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Fire Authority has an established Local Pension Board that assists the Authority in its role as ‘Scheme Manager’. This is in accordance with the Firefighters’ Pension Scheme Regulations and the governance arrangements for the Schemes.
The Local Pension Board must comprise an equal number of employer and employee representatives. Each representative on the Local Pension Board represents a significant number of Firefighter Pension Scheme members. Board members are required to have the capacity to understand the rules of the Scheme, laws relating to pensions and other such matters and will need to be familiar with the specifics of the Firefighters’ Pension Schemes as applied by the Authority.
It is important that appointed members of the Local Pension Board have the time to commit to attend quarterly Board meetings, undertake training and effectively represent the employees’ side on the Board.
This is a great opportunity for someone who would be interested in gaining wider knowledge and understanding of the Firefighters’ Pension Schemes.
Applications should be in the form of an expression of interest containing evidence that demonstrates your suitability for the role. In your expression of interest please detail “Why you are the ideal candidate for this role”.
Please download the expression of interest form below. The form should be returned to the employee Services helpdesk – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Equality of Opportunity
Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service is an equal opportunity employer and applications from people of any colour, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status or disability are welcomed.
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