Underwriting Support Analyst

Discipline: Underwriting
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £30000 to £35000
Contact name: Matthew Gowan
Contact email: matthew@weareedenbrook.com
Job ref: J3765
Published: about 1 month ago
Underwriting Support Analyst £30,000 - £35,000 London – Hybrid working Building on continual top performance at Lloyds, a leading Syndicate are looking to develop the Underwriting function with an Underwriting Support Analyst. The role is centralised around support to the underwriting teams across administrative tasks, inter team liaison to reinforce the development of Underwriting portfolios. Key responsibilities & accountabilities: • Development of underwriting and technical knowledge to support the role. • Resolution of outsource provider queries in relation to messaging, Intrali, workflow and Lloyds Brussels. • Provide administrative support to underwriters including the management of daily workflow, in particular queries and ad-hoc questions via the operations inbox, BAU, Document Management System, AEGILITY and OpenBox administration. • Assist with quality control checks for Intrali VIPR, endorsement entry and risk capture where required. • Provide system training once established. • Create and maintain system training materials for our internal HUB. • Assist with month and year end closing. • Develop and maintain a strong relationship with our outsource provider CAPITA. • UAT testing as required. You will need to be able to demonstrate you have the following skills and experience: • Be computer literate and have the ability to develop a full understanding and capability of in-house and MS systems including a good working knowledge of MS Office packages. • Be educated to GCSE/A-level standard or equivalent with strong numerical and analytical ability. • Be prepared to study (fully funded) towards Chartered Insurance qualifications. • Have excellent organisational and administrative skills. • Demonstrate excellent communication, social and organisational skills with a high level of attention to detail.