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Researcher - Motor Insurance

Researcher - Motor Insurance - Haddenham, Buckinghamshire

Salary - £22k to £26k Depending on Experience plus Generous Benefits

Commutable from Thame, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Tring, Bicester, Abingdon, Oxford, Milton Keynes etc.

The Company

Our client is a respected, data-driven financial services software provider.

They pride themselves on delivering robust, well supported tools and applications to their customers - which include some of the biggest names in the UK financial services industry.

They are based in Haddenham (near Aylesbury) and are a great place to work with some great Glassdoor reviews!

The Role & Previous Experience Required:

They are currently looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic motor insurance specialist (with good knowledge of add-ons), to join their team of Researchers.

The role primarily involves;

? Researching information about motor insurance products in the marketplace - using the Internet, industry press, and documentation from insurance companies and underwriters;
? Updating their database with any new information;
? Building effective relationships with insurance companies and underwriters to facilitate the acquisition of accurate and up-to-date information.

They are looking for someone with previous experience within financial services and a detailed knowledge of general insurance products, including in-depth knowledge of motor insurance.

To be successful in the role, you'll need to combine strong organisational and communication skills with the ability to interpret information and to think analytically.

You'll also need to be a proactive team player with an inquisitive, methodical approach to your work.

A keen eye for detail and accurate data entry skills are both critical.


This role could be performed full time, but they are also happy to talk flexible working.

Ideally they want someone to work five days per week, but could accommodate reduced hours on those days (between 5 and 7.