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Commercial Trading Underwriter

Job description

This major insurance group are growing their Trading hub in Glasgow with opportunities in both new business and renewal based work.

Here you can work on a hybrid basis, selecting the amount of time you spend in the office each week to tie in best with your busy lifestyle and work/life balance.

Here you'll be working as part of a commercial unit, underwriting profitable business across the Scottish broker market.

You'll be handling work from both national and regional brokerages across most main commercial classes, so you'll be building great relationships with key broker contacts throughout the market.

On joining, you'll be given an underwriting license relevant to your experience level although will have a clear chance to build on this as you develop experience within the team.

Ideally, you'll have commercial insurance experience already under your belt and have a desire to develop your technical skills in products and broker relations.

The salary is up to £45,000 plus superb benefits including an annual bonus and pension contribution of up to 14%.

You can be based anywhere in Scotland for this one although you would need to be available to attend meetings in Glasgow as required.

If you'd like more details before applying, get in touch with Stuart McKenna at IDEX Consulting

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