Professional Indemnity Underwriter - Aviva

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ADV: LibbyMumsnet Mon 10-May-21 16:22:00

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our London office to join a growing and dynamic underwriting team. We are actively recruiting for a Professional Indemnity (PI) Underwriter in our Global Corporate Speciality (GCS) business.

In this role, the key responsibilities are as follows:
Supporting the execution of our UK PI Strategy by delivering underwriting support to the London PI team
Underwriting profitable new and renewal business within a specific area, operating within agreed guidelines and authority levels in line with team and GCS targets
Maintaining and supporting long- term relationships with brokers and internal business partners
Assisting our team with rating, processing and tracking policies as the need arises, and supporting Senior Underwriters in risk analysis and compliance

Skills, knowledge & experience we would like to see:
Recent/established underwriting knowledge within PI across various professions
Experience of applying underwriting knowledge to optimally support processes/procedures
Background of being responsible for own underwriting caseload within a regulatory environment, following due process and within set authority limits
Strong attention to detail and ability to interpret data
Excellent business development/customer engagement skills and market awareness
Track record of thriving in a multifaceted environment and using strong organisational skills to ensure time is managed effectively

What will you get for this role?
A competitive salary depending on location, skills, experience and qualifications
Generous defined contribution pension scheme
Annual performance related bonus and pay review
Holiday allowance of 29 days plus bank holidays and the option to buy/sell up to 5 additional days
Up to 40% discount for some Aviva products through "My Aviva Extras" plus discounts for Friends and Family (some exclusions apply)
Excellent range of flexible benefits to include a matching share save scheme


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