Reporting to: Open Market Operations Manager
IQUW is a speciality (re)insurer at Lloyd’s (Syndicate 1856) underwriting a diverse range of Property, Commercial and Speciality (re)insurance products from Cargo and Marine to Political Violence, Terror and War. We combine data, intelligent automation and human expertise to make smart decisions, fast.
ERS is the UK's largest specialist motor insurer with an A+ rating. We recognise that for some, motor insurance is more than just a must-have; it's a way of taking care of what stands at the heart of their passion or livelihood. For those people, standard insurance isn't enough. That's why we work exclusively with motor insurance brokers to help get under the skin of the most difficult insurance risks, helping build products to meet their customer’s needs.
The Underwriting Operations Assistant will work closely with the Open Market Operations Manager and the Underwriting team and is primarily responsible for providing support on the operational performance and processes, query management, ensuring operational objectives are exceeded and Group principles are followed.
This role will be ultimately responsible for the smooth running of operational processes to resolve issues relating to the Policy Administration Systems (PAS) and premium recognition. The role will work across multiple business lines and is therefore crucial to the efficient running of the syndicate, and in ensuring the accuracy of data and financial reporting.
The Underwriting Operations team oversee the development of underwriting systems and processes across each business line, implementing new systems, reviewing current systems/processes and databases and making improvement for users and clients to support the business.
The above duties and responsibilities are not an exhaustive list and you may be required to undertake any other reasonable duties compatible with your experience and competencies. This description may be varied from time to time to reflect changing business requirements.
Essential qualifications, skills and experience
Desirable behavioural attributes