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Job description and person specification

Interested in becoming  an ERPF  Local Pension Board Member?

 

The Role of a Local Pension Board Member:

 

  • You will be a member of the Board consisting of 3 member representatives and 3 employer representatives.

  • You will have voting rights and will elect the Chair from the LPB representatives.

  • You will serve for three years.

  • There will be three meetings a year in Goole and you should be willing to attend induction and training sessions where required.

  • You will not be remunerated but travel and subsistence expenses will be paid.

  • ERPF LPB will play an oversight role, with the decision making body remaining the current ERPF Pensions Committee.   ERPF LPB will ensure that ERPF is complying with the LGPS and other relevant regulations including investment and administrative regulations.

  • The role will involve reviewing the financial aspects of pension fund management, including investment elements, and it is desirable that you will have an appropriate level of knowledge.

 

More information on the role of the ERPF LPB is set out in the Terms of Reference can be accessed in the document below:

LPB Terms of Reference (pdf 345kb opens in new window)

  

What type of person are we looking for to be a member representative?

 

The type of person that would be suitable for consideration as a member representative would have: 

  • A good understanding of pension fund management, LGPS knowledge and an awareness of the issues facing the LGPS.

  • An ability to represent the views of the LGPS members to the Pension Board.

  • An ability to operate within the Pension Board’s Terms of Reference and Code of Conduct and in line with the seven principles of public life – selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.

  • Confidence to challenge, influence, and engage.

  • Effective communication skills and be a team player able to promote excellent working relationships within the Pension Board and gain the confidence of external stakeholders.

  

If you are interested in registering your interest to become a member representative when there is a vacancy on the East Riding Pension Fund Local Pension Board (ERPF LPB) , please complete the expression of interest form available: 


LPB member expression of interest form (pdf 382kb opens in new window)

 

What type of person are we looking for to be an employer representative?

  

The type of person that would be suitable for consideration as an employer representative would have: 

  • A good understanding of pension fund management, LGPS knowledge and an awareness of the issues facing the LGPS.

  • An ability to represent the viewsof all fund employers, currently in excess of 220, to the Pension Board.

  • An ability to operate within the Pension Board’s Terms of Reference and Code of Conduct and in line with the seven principles of public life – selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.

  • Confidence to challenge, influence, and engage.

  • Effective communication skills and be a team player able to promote excellent working relationships within the Pension Board and gain the confidence of external stakeholders.

 

If a vacancy for an Employer representative arises then the ERPF will notify all it's Employers at that time.

  

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