At The Partners Group, we believe our core values provide the foundation for our success. We value innovation, genuine
relationships, commitment, authenticity, results, joy and fun. It's these values that allow us to serve our clients at the highest level and to attract and retain the most talented employees. The Partners Group has been honored as one of Oregon’s
Healthiest Employers and Fastest Growing Companies and our employees have voted us among Portland and Washington’s Top 100 Firms to Work for. Are you someone that should be working at The Partners Group?
PRIMARY ROLE: The
primary role of a Retirement Plan Account Manager is to deliver on our service commitment using independent judgment to support consultants in providing these services.
Position is based in our Portland, OR office; telecommuting available
temporarily due to COVID-19.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to, the following:
Account Management: A Retirement Plan Account Manager (AM) will act as point of
contact for firm’s plan consultants and clients. An AM has an assigned book of clients to perform account management duties ensuring client satisfaction by establishing realistic client expectations, seeking client input, and meeting service
commitments in a professional and punctual manner. An AM has direct client contact and works at the direction of the assigned Consultant(s) to each TPG client. An AM performs a variety of technical assignments and administrative duties in the areas
Service: Serve as the daily contact for assigned clients and is responsible to ensure TPG meets our service commitments by following up on all concerns and problems, providing a timely resolution for our
clients. This would include:
Monitoring ERISA compliance on existing plans
Proactively facilitating regulatory and compliance support to clients
Assisting consultants with plan implementation and
Maintaining communication with clients for scheduling meetings, following up on requests and providing information as requested from client
Providing insight and recommendations on employee communication
Ensuring client deliverables are peer reviewed prior to delivery
Working with consultants to prepare presentations and materials for scheduled meetings (employee educations, investment review, plan demographics,
Maintaining strong client relationships
Maintaining strong vendor relationships
Managing the bid solicitation process
Facilitating communication and collaborations with consultants
Conducting plan review for
prospective clients as needed
Preparing and following up fee proposals for prospective clients
Preparing meeting agenda, materials, documenting and retaining meeting minutes
Meetings: Organize and/or attend, educational meetings by:
Helping develop educational workshops, seminars, panel discussions, etc. for clients and prospects
Ability to present education
materials to plan participants in a group or one on one setting
Drafting employee communications for HR managers and/or committee members
Special Projects: Lead or assist with special projects
as they occur.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS:
Internal Referrals: refer current and prospective clients to other TPG divisions.
Designations & Education: Work
with Team Lead and Manager to vet opportunities for pursuing professional designation and/or participating in related professional organization as well as attending seminars, workshops and conferences as needed for professional
Travel: Local daytime travel and some travel requiring overnight stays
Vendor Relations: Maintain a good, professional working relationship, be familiar with the products and processes and be
acquainted with the service representatives
Team Collaboration: Share subject matter expertise.
Systems: Proficient and knowledgeable about our internal systems and how to use them as required in our
QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Additional requirements include:
Bachelor’s degree preferred, or a High School diploma or its equivalent.
Experience: At least two years of professional experience in the field of pension and
Professional Certificates/Designations/Licenses: Series 65 license required.
Computer Skills: Proficiency in use of personal computers, including data entry, word processing, and
spread sheet applications. Demonstrated expertise with Microsoft Office Suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint software and specific industry software.
Travel: Ability to travel locally with some overnight
Communication: Ability to communicate orally and in writing with others to explain complex issues accurately, receive and interpret complex information and respond appropriately. Professional level of written and
verbal communication skills required.
Physical Effort: Ability to perform sedentary work, fingering, repetitive small motor activity, grasping, stooping, reaching, standing, lifting objects less than 10lbs frequently,
TPG offers a competitive salary and rich benefits package including:
Employer paid medical, dental, life, disability, and FSA
Profit sharing and 401k
Paid time off and 9 paid holidays per
Commitment to Diversity
Our people are our most valuable asset, and our best work is teamwork. Embracing and encouraging a diverse range of perspectives make us stronger, smarter, and more effective. The sum of our
individual differences drives our culture, reputation, and achievements.