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Corporate Risk & Healthcare Administrator

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Corporate Risk & Healthcare Administrator

The Corporate risk and Healthcare administrator supports all areas of corporate risk to Chase de Vere Advice and Operations teams.

The role requires an advanced knowledge of Excel, a proven track record of a methodical and disciplined approach and the ability to communicate with providers and colleagues over technical queries, and confidence to detect and resolve issues that arise.

The Role

The Corporate & Healthcare Administrator will be expected to develop strong relationships with providers, Chase de Vere Advisers and Corporate Administrators.

What's in it for you?

If you’re the right kind of senior administrator to join us, you’ll find a company:

  • That wants you to be a success and will do everything we can to make it happen
  • That will invest heavily in your professional development and keep you at the leading edge of technology
  • That is going from strength-to-strength every year, and want you to be a part of that
  • That provides the reassurance and security of being an integral member of the Swiss Life Group


  • To assist in operating a broking and re-broking desk and promote greater use of the skills and knowledge of the Corporate Risk Team
  • To research technical queries relating to corporate risk products and to be recognised as a reliable source of information
  • To keep Chase de Vere Corporate Team up to date with issues and changes within the corporate risk market
  • Liaise with product providers
  • To build and maintain effective working relationships with other areas and colleagues in the region/consulting processing to ensure everybody is working together towards the same goals
  • Attain/retain high level of product and business knowledge about all corporate risk products
  • To assist and support the consultants in the securing of new business as necessary
  • To maintain and update the Corporate Risk & Healthcare scheme database
  • Any other duties as deemed appropriate to the role

Experience and Skills

  • Qualified to A-Level standard or equivalent essential
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to instil confidence
  • Experience of working in an administrative capacity within financial services.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Basic knowledge of regulatory requirements
  • Excellent attention to detail

Our Values

  • Be Reliable
  • Think Independently
  • Create Confidence

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