Senior Group Risk Administrator

Our client, a well established and award winning employee benefits consultancy, are currently seeking to recruit an experienced Senior Group Risk Administrator to provide a comprehensive administration service to clients and intermediaries whilst providing support to more junior members of the team.

You will be the first point of contact for all client and provider queries and issues as they arise and will be expected to have the skills and knowledge to understand what actions are required to meet the expectations of all parties.

Candidates will need to have experience in administering Group Risk / Group Life schemes within either a provider, life office, consultancy or broking background. Candidates will ideally hold professional qualifications, ie GR1, although this is not essential. You will have excellent communication skills and ideally experience of dealing with a range of Corporate clients. 

In return our client is looking to offer a competitive basic salary depending on experience as well as an excellent company benefits package.

Reference333221
Sector Financial Services
Region West Midlands
LocationBirmingham
Salary£25,000 to £30,000 Basic
Job typePermanent

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