Jobs with Prospect

People are at the heart of everything we do – our employees, our representatives and our members. We’re a diverse bunch of negotiators, influencers, researchers, organisers, campaigners, and above all – activists.

We employ around 250 staff, many in our London headquarters, but also in our offices in the English regions, Wales and Scotland. Our shared standards of respect, working together, service excellence, accountability and integrity define the way we interact with our members, with our reps, and with each other.

Working for Prospect, you can expect flexibility, opportunity, development and encouragement.

Employee Benefits include:

  • Annual incremental salary steps until the maximum is reached
  • Inner London weighting allowance
  • 25 – 33 days annual leave per year depending on your role and increasing with service
  • Office closure over the Christmas period
  • Contributory defined benefit pension scheme with high employer contribution rate
  • Employee Assistance Programme which offers telephone counselling and a website with many useful toolkits
  • Eye care voucher scheme and cycle to work scheme
  • Access to Prospect member services benefits including shopping, travel, health and insurance discounts
  • Access to training to support career development.

Prospect is an equal opportunities employer.

Data protection

Prospect is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals and complying with our obligations under GDPR. Please see the Job Applicants’ Privacy Notice which explains how Prospect will process and hold your information when you apply for a vacancy and your rights as a data subject.

Current vacancies

Pensions Officer

Location: Flexible location
Contract: 18 Month fixed term contract
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £49,490 per annum

How to apply: Please email our HR Team for an application pack. CVs will not be accepted.
Closing date: Noon, Tuesday 6 July 2021
Interview date: TBC.

The Role of Pensions Officer

Prospect is looking for an experienced pensions professional to provide technical pensions advice and negotiating support to our team of field officials. This role has the flexibility to be based anywhere in the UK, either in one of our regional offices or homebased. There will be some travel required to London and/or members workplaces.

You will need to:

  • Have a good knowledge of pensions policy and practice across the public and private sectors.
  • Be able to advise both on Defined Benefit schemes and the development of Defined Contribution provision.
  • Provide thought leadership on pensions policy.
  • Develop and deliver presentations and training.
  • Want to make the world of work better for everyone through promoting membership and the values of the trade union movement.

Where this role fits in

This role is part of our Research and Policy team – which also includes an Assistant Pensions Officer.

You will be working with colleagues in the research, negotiating and communications team and with our volunteer representatives.