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Job Locations UK-Liverpool
*The summer internship programme is aimed at undergraduates only* Barnett Waddingham is the UK’s largest independent provider of actuarial, administration and consultancy services, spread across 8 offices throughout the UK. We are a partner led business which prides itself in providing straightforward and well communicated advice and consultancy. This philosophy means that we are dependent on talented and well trained employees who enjoy working for an award winning leading organisation in a closely knit and friendly team. Our continuing growth means we are looking to expand with ambitious university graduates who value the chance to join the partnership in due course. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and ambitious firm, which maintains its core values, supportive job structure and work/life balance. Increasing our talented workforce is imperative to maintaining a proactive and competitive business, which is why our study support package and dedicated training team are always on hand for guidance throughout our graduate programme and beyond. Our Summer Internship Programme 2022 We run an eight-week paid summer internship programme that offers first class training and work experience enabling you to gain an excellent understanding of the role a consultant undertakes within the firm, how our business operates and the opportunity to learn from our Partners and dedicated mentors. - You will be given real responsibility to contribute to client work and in addition you will get the opportunity to spend time in the different areas of the business. - You will be assigned a personal mentor and supervisor who will help and support you throughout the programme to ensure that you gain the best experience possible. - Many students who have completed our summer internship have gone on to develop their career with us after university as part of our graduate programme. Actuaries & Investment Consultants come from different academic backgrounds but share a love of mathematical analysis even if they haven’t done a maths degree. In an increasingly complex financial world where greater emphasis is being placed on risk management the actuarial qualification is a gateway to many different opportunities and careers. The qualification is recognised globally and the skills you acquire in attaining it will enable you to work anywhere in the world.
ID
2021-1142
Job Locations UK-London
**London is by far our most populair location for graduates to apply, if you can consider any of our other locations this might give you more chance to make it through to the next stage. London is extremely competitive**   As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1135
Job Locations UK-Liverpool
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1134
Job Locations UK-Leeds
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1133
Job Locations UK-Birmingham
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1131
Job Locations UK-Bristol
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1130
Job Locations UK-Cheltenham
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions. Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.
ID
2021-1129
Job Locations UK-Amersham
As a leading independent UK professional services consultancy, at Barnett Waddingham we are free to do the right thing by our clients at all times. We aim to do so through a partnership approach that delivers real value. Our independence and culture empowers us to think freely and advise on solutions based on our clients’ needs rather than proposing solutions based on house standards and products or having chargeable hours targets. To further support our continued growth as an independent, resilient and evergreen business, we need talented, motivated and enthusiastic people to join our Graduate Programme. Look at what the people who joined our Graduate Programme over the last couple of years have to say:   “I joined Barnett Waddingham as part of the 2019 graduate intake, and ever since I started at the firm I have felt a valued member of the team and have been well supported in my work.  The company’s culture centres around doing the right thing - this shines through in the way BW is committed to supporting clients, but also in how BW puts emphasis on staff wellbeing and development.  The graduate programme allowed me to get experience in both Actuarial and Investment work, which gave me the opportunity to be involved in a wide range of tasks right from day one.  After I had completed the 18 month programme, I had the confidence and experience to make an informed decision about which area I would like to specialise in in future, which I think was very valuable.”   "When I joined BW, just under a year ago now I was worried about struggling with a steep learning curve that comes with a role such as this. I was really surprised how friendly and willing to help everyone is the team is. Everyone is really happy to help with any questions I have had which has made the learning process so much more enjoyable!"   Throughout the lockdowns and beyond, we have recognised that the ways many of our clients and people would like to work will change and have seized this unique opportunity to proactively review and improve the way we work for the better. We recently announced our new flexible working framework, “WorkSmart”, after actively looking at the wider business market to help identify the best ways of working and engaging with our clients and employees to obtain their opinions.   Who do we do? As a professional services consultancy, our teams use cutting-edge techniques to advise a range of stakeholders, providing investment advice and advice on the finance of pension schemes, helping them find tailored solutions to their pension challenges:  - employers (almost 25% of FTSE 100 and almost 10% of FTSE350 companies); - clients who look after pension schemes, commonly known as trustees and - local government authorities and other public sector organisations such as NHS, fire services, police authorities and teachers  In addition, we advise insurance companies and other organisations such as charities, endowments, family offices on a wide range of services, such as investment advice, mortality projections and longevity risk. We’re also branching into exciting new areas that provide the opportunity to further use actuarial and risk management skills.   Our graduates get early opportunities to work directly with clients and plenty of training to allow them to develop both their technical and communication skills. In particular, as part of our Graduate Programme our graduates get the chance to work with a variety of our teams during the first 18 months of their career – following which a specific team is selected to work in. We will provide you with the opportunity to thrive in a business which believes strongly in being supportive, developing its people and offering a good work/life balance.  
ID
2021-1128

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