£38,000 - £48,000 + circa 10% bonus + benefits
Closing date: 27 July 18
Working pattern: Permanent
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Phoenix Group are currently going through an exciting period of growth, over the last two years we have acquired AXA Wealth and Sun Life, Abbey Life and recently announced our intention to acquire Standard Life Assurance and create a new strategic partnership with Standard Life Aberdeen in a £2.93bn deal. We are currently looking for an Integration Portfolio Planning Lead to work on our integration portfolio of projects and programmes to help shape the overall group moving forward.
This exciting role can be based in either London or Birmingham and will require extensive to travel to both sites as well as the Standard Life office in Edinburgh.
About the role
This unique opportunity within Phoenix will help successful delivery of the Phoenix integration portfolio of projects and programmes by developing the planning standards and templates, facilitating planning workshops, and engendering a culture of continuous improvement across the portfolio
Working directly in support of the Head of PMO, Integration Portfolio you will:-
What we’re looking for
About the company
We value our employees and have been certified as one of 'Britain's Top Employers' for seven consecutive years. We put people first in everything we do and are always looking for new professionals to join our talented teams. Our funds are closed, enabling us to focus on areas that other businesses can't. This means that, among the many benefits of working at Phoenix, our staff can enjoy exposure to a diverse workload not found elsewhere. We're proud of what we do, and we offer excellent training opportunities, career development and company culture.
Flexible working at Phoenix is: "A lifestyle that fuses your personal and professional life." We believe in a culture of flexibility, depending on the role we may be able to offer working arrangements that suit your needs. In today's world of work/life challenges we recognise getting this right is important to our employees and the success of our business.
Examples of this may include but are not exclusive to the following:
Our employee groups
At Phoenix, we’ve built a hugely successful, well respected and rapidly developing business by putting our people first. Because we believe attracting, developing, motivating and inspiring exceptional people benefits our customers, our shareholders and ultimately, our performance.
So, join us and you can look forward to challenging and rewarding work, alongside highly skilled, expert colleagues. And, whether you’re based at Wythall near Birmingham, or our London office near St Paul’s Cathedral, or Basingstoke, you can expect excellent career development opportunities, outstanding rewards and benefits, and an unrivalled working environment.Read more
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"Growing company with lots of internal progression."
“There are various excellent events organised by the company throughout the year for staff and family. People are very friendly.”
“Good range of work arising from company acquisitions and projects.”
"The fact we have access to the Senior Management team and are listened to, and have our views taken into account is a massive plus for me."
“A very busy and fast paced environment with great staff and management team. Everyone is respectful of people. A good level of socialising, I didn't feel left out even though I was a temp.”
“The working environment at Wythall is outstanding! Excellent restaurant for lunches followed by a walk to the onsite gym, tennis courts, football pitches or exercise classes.”
“The team are some of the hardest working people I have met.”
“A hardworking but challenging environment brought about by aggressive acquisition strategy.”
"My role was very demanding and diverse."