This is an exciting opportunity to build a career at one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing financial adviser firms.
Being a growing SME, there is a vibrant entrepreneurial environment where everyone’s views and opinions are taken seriously, allowing everyone to contribute to the growth and success of the company.
There’s a great team spirit and colleagues often socialise together outside of work.
You will work in a team alongside existing Employee Benefits Administrators to provide support to our team and Employee Benefits Consultants, who provide advice to clients on group income protection insurance, group life insurance (death in service) and group health insurances (private medical, dental, cash-plans etc.).
You will also work closely with clients and insurers. The main duties of the role include:
High levels of accuracy and attention to detail is vital as this role involves careful data entry.
You must also have a polite and responsive client manor both via email and telephone. It is a very busy and fast paced team so you must have great organisational skills.
You will use standard office software, such as Word, Outlook and Excel, as well as in-house systems, so you will need to have solid computer skills.
Expected experience of working in financial services of between 1 to 3 years but is not essential (full training will be provided). You will be expected to build on technical knowledge by taking exams.
You can expect to receive the following whilst working for Drewberry: