Risk Management Surveyor (North East Region - York/Harrogate)

Recruiter
Ecclesiastical Insurance
Location
York
Salary
Competitive
Posted
13 Jun 2019
Closes
19 Jun 2019
Ref
1162226990
Job Title: Risk Management Surveyor Location: Home Based - North East Region (York/ Harrogate) Salary: Commensurate with experience plus a good range of benefits Duration: Permanent Hours: 35 hours a week (Monday to Friday) About the role To act as trusted advisor to internal and external stakeholders, in the provision of risk insights. Key accountabilities: · Proactively build positive internal and external relationships to facilitate the delivery of exceptional service as part of Ecclesiastical’s Risk Management team. · Work collaboratively with claims, underwriting and the wider business to support the free exchange of technical risk information and achievement of Business initiatives/objectives. · Maintain a professional and positive approach to work situations, supporting change that benefits the wider business. · Undertaking desktop and on-site valuation and/or risk management survey assessments of insured premises in line with agreed survey authorities within a designated geographical territory and other geographical areas (as may be required from time to time). · Plan, prioritise and manage individual workloads to enable efficient delivery to agreed service standards. · Produce suitable valuation, risk survey, risk improvement reports in accordance with published guidelines, to a professional standard, and delivered in a timely manner. · Act as lead Surveyor on Key Accounts delivering the additional services prescribed. · Promote/support the Ecclesiastical Risk proposition through attendance at/delivery of ‘Risk’ workshops/seminars to brokers and customers, as required by the business. Act on audit results and agreed actions plans to improve own performance and fulfil personal potential. · Take responsibility for building own technical knowledge and professional expertise through development and implementation of a meaningful PDP which supports self- development and benefits the wider survey team. · Identify and promote the business activities of all Ecclesiastical’s companies. · Proactively contribute risk insight to internal and external events, communications and publications. · Proactively share knowledge, expertise, loss and risk insight with colleagues across the organisation. Knowledge, skills and experience: · Experience in fire (and non-fire perils), theft, business interruption and liability insurance risk survey assessments. · Can analyse an organisation/location and identify resilience or vulnerabilities in respect of insured perils. · Is able to accurately calculate a building (and where appropriate contents) valuation/sum insured on a reinstatement and/or restoration basis, and all necessary maximum loss scenarios. · Good appreciation of British architecture, design, construction and fire detection, protection and suppression systems. · Proven record of accomplishment of success and achievement in relevant Risk Management roles with evidence of having added commercial value. · Dip CII and/or International Certificate in Risk Management or firm commitment to achieve this within an agreed period. · NEBOSH - national general certificate (minimum). · Propensity to learn and apply learning to benefit on the job contribution · Organisational and problem solving capabilities and willingness to work outside own comfort zone to support wider business and personal development opportunities. · Strong verbal and written communication skills. · Confident and influential communicator at all levels. About Ecclesiastical · Charitably owned – In 2014 we set ourselves a goal, to raise £50m for charity over 3 years. In March 2016 we reached that goal, almost a year ahead of schedule and committed to delivering a further £100m. We’re also the UK’s 4th largest corporate donor to charity according to the 2017/8 DSC Guide to Charitable Giving. · Financially secure – ‘A rated’: S&P A- rated; AM Best A (Excellent). · Strong presence in specialist markets – We insure over 40,000 not-for-profit organisations and charities in the UK, more Grade 1 listed buildings than any other insurer and we’ve been protecting communities for 130 years. · Committed to customers – We’re regarded as the best in many of our core markets: brokers voted us best education, charity and commercial heritage. · Professional – Our UK insurance business achieved Corporate Chartered status in 2013. · Award-winning – We’ve been shortlisted for and have won prestigious insurance industry awards every year for the last ten years. We are consistently recognised as the Best Ethical Investment Provider and we achieved Business in the Community’s ‘Community Mark’ award for excellence in community investment. · Community-focused – Our people are encouraged to take at least one day a year to help a charity of their choice, offering practical and professional support, as part of our MyGiving programme. . · Ethical approach – Founded by Churchmen in 1887 to protect Anglican churches from fire, one of the first providers to establish a range of ethical investment funds. · Expert – We are involved in the insurance of many World Heritage Sites in the UK and prestigious Stately Homes, reflecting our specialism in Heritage properties.We work closely with building restoration and preservation organisations that draw upon our expertise. · Deep relationships – We work closely with specialist brokers and in partnership with key organisations such as Historic England and Heritage Alliance who support our customers and we have maintained strong links with the Anglican Church for 130 years. To apply please email your CV to us (early applications are encouraged). Privacy Notice Your privacy is important to us. We will process your personal data in accordance with the applicable data protection law. The data controller in respect of the personal data which we may hold about you is Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc who you can contact via the Data Protection Officer, at Beaufort House, Brunswick Road, Gloucester, GL1 1JZ or on 01452 528190. If you have provided us with personal data with a view to seeking employment we will process your personal data on the legal basis that you are giving your consent to our processing it for the purpose of assessing your suitability for employment. If you do not agree, or if you subsequently withdraw your consent and your application has not progressed to our shortlisted applicants stage we will delete the data. If your application is shortlisted, additional personal information will be required and we will provide a further data privacy notice before that is collected. No sensitive personal data such as health or convictions should be provided to us before it is requested. For further information on how we manage data responsibly please refer to our Privacy Policy at www.ecclesiastical.com/general/careers/latest-vacancies or contact our Data Protection Officer.

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