Reasons to Join Us

Elevate your career to new heights

Ross Trustees is a dynamic and rewarding place to work. We are always looking for dedicated, skilled and committed people who have strong inter-personal skills to join our growing team of professionals. Our team comes from a variety of professional backgrounds including law, accountancy, administration and investment management.

Our culture is based on trust, responsibility, openness and initiative, and we pride ourselves on delivering the best possible service for our clients.

Do you love working with people and delivering an excellent service? Is collaboration your middle name? Are you dynamic? Is diversity important to you? If these values resonate with you, please see our list of open positions below.

A successful applicant will typically be able to demonstrate a successful start to their career in pensions, be passionate about their next challenge and be comfortable operating alongside a range of stakeholders, both internally and externally.

Why people like it here

  • Join a growing company
  • A unique chance to work as part of a diverse and dynamic team
  • A flat, non-hierarchical structure
  • Professional environment with scope for career development
  • Competitive package 
  • Strong work life balance
  • Inclusive environment and regular social events

Our Values

Our five values are a fundamental part of who we are. They reflect the way in which we interact with others and guide how we conduct ourselves, shaping what we do and how we do it.


We’re always looking for great talent to join the team across all disciplines and at all levels: from Administrator through to Associate, Trustee Manager and Trustee Director.

Our current vacancies can be found below. Alternatively, please send a copy of your CV to our recruitment team.

Trustee Assistant Associate 


Competitive Salary + Excellent Bonus and Package; London based hybrid working.


This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious experienced administrator, looking to join a fast-growing and dynamic company. Working on a diverse range of assignments across trustee governance, scheme secretarial support and wider pension scheme related projects. Working as part of a dedicated team you will support the directors in the provision of high-quality solutions for their clients. You will be working on a wide range of assignments at any one time so the ability to manage own workload and prioritise to project deadlines is important.


On a personal level, you will need to demonstrate well-developed communication and client relationship skills, strong team working ethic with a collegiate approach to sharing knowledge and the passion and enthusiasm to contribute to the successful growth of the business.


To perform the role,  you will need to have:

  • Proven experience of working on defined benefit and or defined contribution occupational pension schemes, would be advantageous
  • Demonstrated progress with pension related qualifications, or the desire to develop further
  • Good communication skills, written and verbal
  • Experience of minute-taking would also be advantageous but not essential

The main responsibilities of the role:

  • Preparing annual meeting timetables
  • Collating meeting papers and assisting with the preparations for meetings
  • Attendance at client meetings where required
  • Minute taking at client and internal meetings
  • Maintaining matter arising and Work-In-Progress lists
  • Maintaining/updating key scheme governance documents
  • Liaison with senior management across the organisation
  • Preparing and updating details scheme business plan, and
  • Assisting and working on scheme related projects

In return, we will support you in your personal and professional development. You will have the opportunity to work with a broad range of clients and diverse exposure to a range of trustee, governance, and pension scheme related projects. Work with a friendly and professional environment within a company that has a strong brand in the marketplace and ambitious plans for growth.

Office Coordinator


Competitive Salary + Excellent Bonus and Package; Central London based 5 days in office 9-5.


This is a fantastic role for an individual looking to gain skills in working in a corporate office environment in a company that is growing and dynamic. This role is pivotal in ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the office reporting to the Head of Business Support and being part of the Business Support team (5).


To be successful in this role you will need to be able to demonstrate a “can do” attitude, a willingness to learn new skills and be able to juggle multiple tasks with a smile.   Able to work in a collaborative way and happy to help wherever needed in the business. The role will be the first point of contact for all staff when in the office.


The Office Coordinator role is a hybrid role between administration and facilities management.  Training will be given. You will consistently demonstrate your ability to act when necessary and respond appropriately.


Duties and responsibilities:

  • Office set up each morning
  • Ensure office space remains COVID safe, presentable and free of obstacles
  • Meeting Room set up and clear after meetings (3 rooms)
  • Post Handling and logging
  • Ordering Couriers
  • Switchboard Cover between (9-5) with the rest of the Business Support Team.
  • Deal with email enquiries
  • Office Supplies – order when stocks are low
  • Issue Office Security Passes and Lockers
  • New Starters and Leavers – assist with administration process
  • Scanning, photocopying and filing documents if anyone needs assistance
  • Off-Site Secure Storage project
  • First Aider (part of RT Team of First Aiders)
  • Fire Warden (part of RT Team of Fire Wardens)
  • Cover and Absence Cover of Business Support team during holidays and sickness
  • Support and assist on firm wide initiatives

You will ideally have:

  • Approachable for all staff
  • Positive attitude to working environment
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Good communication skills
  • Initiative and problem-solving abilities
  • Effective time management
  • Proactive approach
  • IT literate (good working knowledge of excel, words, PowerPoint etc)
  • Flexibility
  • Reliability – will be relied upon by others in a client team and/or firm


  • Second jobber
  • 1+ years of experience working in a similar position
  • Advanced MS Office Skills – key requirement and require proof

You will have access to:

  • Opportunity to grow with the business
  • Training and development for your role
  • Exposure to a variety of projects
  • Refer a friend scheme
  • Hybrid work
  • Social events
  • Collaboration on ad hoc projects e.g. diversity & inclusion, wellbeing and much more



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