Member Representative Vacancies

Would you like to have an input on Fund policies and make recommendations on how to improve the performance of the Fund?

If this sounds interesting to you then look no further!

Lancashire County Pension Board

Lancashire County Pension Fund have two vacancies for member representatives to fill on your Local Pension Board.

The Lancashire Local Pension Board assists Lancashire County Council, as the administering authority, in its role as scheme manager in ensuring effective and efficient governance and administration of the Local Government Pension Scheme for Lancashire County Pension Fund.

Some of the areas that you will be involved in are:

  • Development of improved customer service
  • Monitoring of administration and governance against key performance targets
  • Reviewing the Pension Fund risk register
  • Development of improved management, administration and governance structures and policies.

Board member role

To undertake this role, you do not necessarily have to have direct experience of being on a Pension Board. You may have useful experiences from day to day life, your current or previous jobs, volunteering work, etc which are transferrable to this role.

The role is only open to active, deferred and pensioner members of Lancashire County Pension Fund.

The role would require you to attend in person to four meetings per annum in Preston.

The Fund would arrange all necessary training to support you in starting your role as a Board member and runs an annual training programme to ensure that you have all the necessary knowledge to fulfil your role.

Any expenses incurred through fulfilling this role would be reimbursed by the Fund.

For information about the Lancashire Local Pension Board which includes details of the current members, annual workplan, link to meeting agendas and minutes and the Terms of Reference please click on the link below.

https://lancashirecountypensionfund.org.uk/governance/local-pension-board/

Application process

If you are interested in having an active role in running your pension scheme, then please submit your expression of interest which briefly answers the following questions:

  1. Why have you applied?
  2. How would you add value to the Lancashire Local Pension Board?
  3. What experience you have for each of the candidate requirements which can be accessed by clicking here.

The deadline for the expressions of interest is 11th September 2022.

Submissions need to be made by email to the following email address: LCPFconsultations@lancashire.gov.uk

Please note: This mailbox does not support queries in relation to your pension benefits. Any queries in relation to your pension should be directed to Local Pensions Partnership Administration via the Member Self Service Portal or by contacting LPPA on 0300 323 0260.

Should you have any queries regarding the vacancies please do not hesitate to contact us via the email address above.