Broadstone are experts in pensions, investments and employee benefits. Founded in 1989 the firm has grown immensely over 30 years’ with offices from London to Falkirk, however our values remain at the heart of the business:
- Client first – We put the interests and needs of clients first. We never forget that our advice affects the quality of people’s lives.
- Results driven – In everything we do we want to get the best possible result. Focusing on the end goal we use our expertise to deliver our client’s objectives.
- Progressive – We challenge the status quo and seek to continually improve. We look to the future and consider the impact on our clients.
- Team work – We work together to deliver the best results. By pooling our collective knowledge we deliver expertise that no single person could.
Our actuaries specialise in advising employers and trustees of pension schemes below £50 million in size and have specific interest in assisting small and medium sized pension schemes that do not have the time or resources to address challenging issues. Due to this we can offer a personal service to our clients; something we pride ourselves in.
We look for people with the right attitude and aptitude. People who strive to be their best and want to develop and progress to their best potential and want to be part of the future of the Broadstone business.
We offer a supportive and progressive working culture as well as a comprehensive training programme with the opportunity to study for a professional qualification (including generous study package).
You will form an integral part of our actuarial team and will work on a number of client accounts with growing and varied responsibilities as you progress through your career with Broadstone.
You will be educated to degree level (2:1 or above minimum) in either a maths or other quantitative subject and possess good communication, analytical and organisational skills.View Broadstone's Website