UK Insurance Apprentice - Hughes Gibb
Reference No: 29820
Willis Towers Watson
City and County of the City of London
Lime Street

About this opportunity

Willis Towers Watson is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth. With roots dating to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has 40,000 employees.

Some of the key responsibilities will include:
Handling queries from clients, brokers, account executives, insurers and others
Supporting our account executives through the renewal process
Preparing broking documentation including insurance market presentations, MRC slips and endorsements
Documentation production, mid-term adjustments, quotes and evidence’s of cover
Assisting with premium allocations including overseas tax calculations
Servicing the financial transactions between client and insurers, and other Willis departments
Perform against operational performance indicators
Ensure eclipse is managed in “real time” throughout placements
Providing day to day service to specified clients
Any other duties commensurate with position or level of responsibility.

Training & Qualifications:
This Apprenticeship is a 24-36 month programme where you will be provided on the job training and a highly competitive study support package for the CII qualification. You will be fully supported by Willis Towers Watson and our official government approved training provider throughout the duration of the programme.

What you should have to apply

96 UCAS points (2017 tariff) across 3 A-levels or equivalent qualifications.
Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Be self-motivated and ambitious. Have excellent organisational skills and the ability to work to deadlines. Keen eye for detail, proficient MS Word and an understanding of MS Excel would be advantageous.

Our Process
All applicants must apply online. Following an initial screen, successful applicants are progressed to the on-site assessment.

Personal Qualities

•Applicants must be authorised to work on a full-time basis in the country in which the role is located without sponsorship.


•Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
•Able to deal professionally with internal and external contacts, building strong working relationships
•Ability to work within a team to high standards and tight timescales
•Ability to analyse situations, provide recommendations and be flexible in approach in order to resolve problems
•Good understanding of IT systems (Microsoft office)
•Self-discipline, determination and an appreciation of the demands of studying while working