Product Specialist

We are pleased to be recruiting on behalf a leading employee benefits organisation who are seeking to recruit a Product Specialist to be accountable for the delivery of product and proposition support.

Candidates will be responsible for:

  • Preparing product legal documentation, including the T&C’s that form the basis of the contract between the company and the policyholder
  • Assist in the ongoing development of new and existing products with particular emphasis on market and competitor research, product design, technical documentation, regulatory requirements etc
  • Provide product technical support to colleagues for existing and new business

Candidates need to have a successful track record in product work. You will either be a Qualified Solicitor or a Life Insurance product specialist with relevant industry qualifications. Strong technical / legal writing skills are essential as is the ability to work without supervision.

In return, candidates can expect to receive a competitive basic salary as well as an excellent benefits and bonus package.

Reference28291 NA
Sector Financial Services
Region North West
LocationIreland
Salary£50,000 to £65,000 Basic
Job typePermanent

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