If you are looking to carve out a long-term progressive career, then a few things should be top of your agenda.
Brilliant mentoring. Support to gain professional qualifications. An engaging industry where relationships are right at the core of it all.
And that's exactly what you'll get here in this East Lothian based professional services firm where you'll be joining as a full-time Account Handler.
These guys provide insurance services to clients. But it's a lot more varied than you may think.
Working with clients such as charities, retailers, manufacturing firms, property owners and IT businesses, you'll understand their regulated insurance requirements when placing new business into the market and renewing existing policies.
In insurance broking you are always challenged. No two clients or cases are the same and you get to build strong relationships with these clients as you renew and develop their insurance programe year on year.
And this brokerage is one of the best regarded in Scotland, mainly for their community focus and young, ambitious management team dividing growth year on year.
Here you'll be joining their newly launched East Lothian hub which serves as a key servicing centre for their Central and East Scotland clientele.
You'll be working with a team of 8, many of them with over 20 years' industry experience which will be crucial in mentoring you through training, professional qualifications and beyond.
So, if you have a little office based experience and would like to carve out a career as an Insurance Broker then this will be ideal for you.
Its an office-based role, paying between £23,000 and £30,000 salary plus benefits package.
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