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Graduate Trainee - Retail Broking

Job Description
The Isle of Man Retail Broking Team delivers dynamic and bespoke risk and insurance solutions to Aon clients ranging from the largest entities to core businesses that are essential to the smooth running of the island. We help provide solutions to meet our clients' specialist insurance and risk management needs through our local and international resources.
The successful graduate will experience the full lifecycle of our Retail Broking business - from the sales and marketing process and winning new clients, through to the trading of risk in the market and understanding the importance of claims. Client management and an understanding of client needs underpin this lifecycle and are key to all that we do. As such, you will meet and develop relationships with a broad spectrum of people including our own industry specialists, our clients, third parties and members of the wider insurance market.
Training and development
Our 18-month Programme will allow you to experience a variety of classes of business and provide a springboard for further growth of your career. You will gain exposure to both technical and client-facing roles to understand the specialist advice our clients rely on and how they receive it. This placement will include claims, broking, client management and specialist project roles.
Your development will also be enhanced by the support we will give you to gain the industry-recognised ACII qualification, ensuring your knowledge keeps pace with your ambition.
Requirements
We accept applications from graduates with a 2:2 in any discipline. You must be numerically confident and have the desire and ability to excel in a competitive environment where personal communication is key. Building relationships is at the heart of what we do and you'll need to show that you can work collaboratively to develop solutions for our clients.
For more information, or to apply for this Graduate Programme, please contact Mark Knight; mark.knight@aon.co.uk and visit http://www.aon.com/captives/isleofman/index.jsp
Location: Isle of Man
29/08/2018


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