An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual to join our Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence Underwriting team. The right candidate will mainly be focused on managing delegated authority schemes, underwriting new risks and developing new business. You will be required to master and implement underwriting guidelines and to demonstrate a detailed understanding of risk exposure and appetite.
It is essential that you have gained over 5 years’ experience working either as a paralegal/fee earner/associate/solicitor or as a Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence Insurance Claims handler and now seeking an opportunity to develop your career into Underwriting.
- Minimum 1 years PQE (If Lawyer/Solicitor Background) or;
- Minimum 2 years ATE/LEI Underwriting Experience
- Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken
- Team Player
To succeed with us you will be highly motivated and professional with sound ethical standards and behaviour. Customer service should be second nature to you. Initiative and responsibility are strongly encouraged; a proactive attitude is essential.
- Competitive Salary
- Pension Contributions*
- Continuous Career development appraisals throughout the working year**
- Private Medical Insurance*
- Flexible working***
- Modern Office environment
- Financial support towards professional qualifications*
- Salary Reviews
*after successful completion of probationary period.
**we will continuously appraise your development throughout your career with us and we will support you with the appropriate training. In addition to a competitive salary and pension contributions we offer private medical insurance after completion of the probationary period.
***Hybrid working flexibility (Monday/Friday working from home, Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday in the office) after the initial training and induction period.
Temple Legal Protection is a market leading national firm of underwriters, specialising in legal expenses insurance (LEI). We work in partnership with leading UK law firms, providing innovative solutions to ensure they are enabled to provide the highest quality access to justice.