What you will do in your working day
A Junior Management Consultant plays a critical role in managing the day-to-day operation of workplace pension schemes who is likely to be involved in a variety of tasks supporting more senior consultants.
What your day could look like:
The training you will be getting
- Supporting the delivery of client plans and project management
- Assisting in day-to-day retirement services, including drafting reports and newsletters for trustees
- Attending and planning face-to-face client meetings or conference calls, taking minutes, and managing the follow up actions
- Playing an active part in delivering client satisfaction, retention and profitability
- Carrying out administrative tasks contributing to the retirement and investment consulting process
- Inputting data accurately to maintain management information.
- Junior Management Consultant (Level 4)
Business learning - on the job learning and experiences giving you the opportunity to develop your knowledge and understanding of the team and solution line you have joined.
Centralised learning - UK apprentices complete in an Aon Induction, monthly webinars, business skills training and workshops; all designed to help you develop your knowledge of Aon, build your confidence and your network across our business.
Professional Qualifications - we want you to be as successful as possible, so we'll fully support your study towards your professional qualification with the Pensions Management Institute through the level 4 Junior Management Consultant programme.
What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
- To support you as you study for your exams, you'll receive paid study leave, plus access to an extensive range of study and tuition materials provided by the PMI.
- Once you've completed the formal apprenticeship programme, you'll continue to receive lots of support at Aon, we would expect you to be promotion ready within 24 months and you will continue to grow your career at Aon.
- You will also be able to continue your studies within the Junior Management Consultant career path. Alongside the interactive development programme we've mentioned above, you'll have the chance to explore different career paths.
- Once you have completed your 18-month Apprenticeship, your training and development doesn't stop there, you may continue your professional development taking on more client responsibilities.
Requirements and prospects Desired skills and personal qualities
Communication skills, Attention to detail, Customer care skills, Team working Qualifications
GCSE or equivalent English and Maths (Grade 4 and above) Essential
A Level or equivalent Any (Grade 104 UCAS points) Essential Things to consider
What are we looking for? • Motivation and ambition - you will need to be able to articulate why you want to join the Client Management Apprenticeship • Understand the value of and be passionate about delivering excellent Client Service • Curious, enthusiastic, and highly motivated to find solutions and work as part of a team