Assistant Insurance and Risk Management Technician job with North Yorkshire County Council
Insurance and risk management service
Do you have any work experience in the insurance industry? Are you looking for a position that offers very flexible working conditions and benefits?
The Insurance and Risk Management Department provides advice and support to the entire board, as well as other partner organizations, including the Richmond and Selby District Councils, National Parks Authorities and companies in which we are a shareholder. The Service also handles and manages insurance claims from the board, external clients and members of the public.
We have two great opportunities to join our insurance and risk management team.
Assistant technician in insurance and risk management
Salary: £ 20,493 to £ 22,627
Permanent full-time hybrid work
As an Assistant Insurance and Risk Management Technician, you will provide advice and information on insurance, risk management and handle all types of insurance claims. You will also help organize medium-term policy changes. The incumbent will do this by taking on a series of tasks within the insurance and risk management department.
What you will bring
You will have excellent communication and customer service skills, you will be a well-organized and flexible person who has excellent ICT skills as well as good literacy, good math and attention to detail. You must be able to prioritize workloads to meet deadlines and have the ability to work on your own as well as work effectively as a team.
You will also have knowledge of data protection and information security, as accuracy and attention to detail are essential, as well as a strong commitment to the privacy of personal information, as you will be dealing directly with members of the public.
Ideally, we would like applicants who hold the relevant insurance qualifications, however, we would be happy to receive applications who have experience in the insurance industry as training will be provided and you will have the opportunity to acquire the qualification.
Work for us
In return, we can offer you the opportunity to develop your skills and experience, and advance your career while making a real difference in the work of our wide range of clients.
We want you to work to live, not to live to work, we want you to enjoy the things in life that really matter to you and that is important to us. We can offer you a range of benefits including competitive salary, generous leave entitlement, flexible working hours, government pension plan, wage sacrifice plan to support career development and access to our “Everybody Benefits” package which includes a variety of retail discount services. You will have the option of working from home, although it is anticipated that future meetings will require an in-person presence.
Contact and apply
These will be challenging, but varied and rewarding positions. If you would like an informal discussion, please contact: Louise Gigante on 01609 532466 or [email protected] or Frank Herring on 01609 532721 [email protected]
Closing date: Sunday 5e December
Date of interview: week starting 12e December
Interviews will be organized by the teams
While you, as a candidate, apply for a vacant position with a district, borough or county council, if you are successfully appointed, you will only become an employee of your council until in March 2023. From April 2023, their employment contract will migrate to a newly formed Unitary Council.