Claims apprentice role with Chaucer
Chaucer claims apprentice programme 2019
Chaucer’s award winning Apprenticeship Programme provides school leavers with an excellent start to their insurance career – one of the largest, most important and successful industries in the UK, employing over 300,000 people and adding over £40 billion a year to the UK economy.
Over 18 months, they will provide you with the opportunity to gain practical knowledge and experience in their Claims team, which is there to make sure that policyholders get their claims paid promptly and fairly.
They will develop your skills in every area of the claims management process, from initial notification of a potential insurance claim from a policyholder, through investigation of the size of the loss, to final payment of the claim.
They will also provide you with opportunities to work with teams outside of Claims to help you to understand how the rest of their business works.
able to think critically to solve problems and justify decisions
a team player and able to build strong relationships
well organised, and a clear thinker
a confident communicator
enthusiastic and a good negotiator
self-motivated and high achieving
committed to studying for an insurance-related professional qualification
You have 3 ‘A’ levels or equivalent with grades A-C, and minimum ‘B’ grades in GCSE Maths and English. If you have language skills, such as Spanish or Mandarin, then that is a plus, but not essential.
You can start with us in October 2019 and you have an unrestricted right to work in the UK.
How to apply
Please email your CV, along with a covering note that explains – in no more than 500 words – why you want to pursue an apprenticeship opportunity in the insurance industry, and why you feel you would be suited to working in their Claims team.
Please send your email for the attention of Alison Francis to email@example.com, with a subject line of ‘Claims Apprentice Programme 2019’.
Please also tell them how you heard about this opportunity (discover risk!)
The deadline for applications is Monday 11 March 2019.
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