Job: Administrator

Salary £18,500 – £20,800
Location Northwich
Job Information

Our clients are a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth and due to recent growth within the company they are now looking to recruit an experienced Administrator to work within their Broking team.

Overall Job Purpose

The Broking Administrator is responsible for requesting, checking and managing the salary roll data provided by clients in addition to requesting and checking quotations from insurers / providers. The salary information is then issued to insurers for the purpose of pricing insurance contracts in the form of quotations. These quotations are then issued, as a report, to the Sales Consultant(s), who will then present the report to the client.

The Role

As a Broking Administrator you are required to;

  • Handle Letters of Authority and Appointment (LOAs). Send LOAs to insurers to obtain policy information in order to conduct a market review.
  • Set up and maintain Organisation records for prospect clients in Microsoft Dynamics.
  • Upload required policy information, including membership and benefit details, to New Business Opportunities.
  • Request salary rolls from clients ensuring that deadlines for renewal pricing are met and that the payroll data is checked for accuracy and completeness.
  • Format salary data in accordance with the categories used by the Group Risk insurers to enable the provision of accurate quotes. Queries relating to categories should be raised with the client and updated accordingly.
  • Prepare quotation request documents for both New Business and Renewal policies.
  • Distribute quotation requests to insurers / providers.
  • Obtain quotations from insurers, checking for accuracy. Request revised terms where required.
  • Input quotations accurately into Microsoft Dynamics.
  • Provide market feedback upon request.
  • Prepare market review / mid-term / pre-renewal reports.
  • Produce and issue Broking Fee / Premium invoices to clients where necessary. Adjust premium and income values to ensure that income is accounted for correctly and the Accounts department is able to undertake effective credit control.

Skills required;

  • Enthusiastic and organised
  • Numerate and accurate
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and to deadlines
  • Knowledge of payroll legislation / SMP, SPP, SSP, pensions and other deductionsExcellent interpersonal skills – you will be liaising with insurers and other areas of the business
  • Knowledge of Microsoft applications, particularly Outlook and Excel. Microsoft Dynamics knowledge would be an advantage.

For more information or indeed to apply for this exciting opportunity please send your CV to us via the “Apply Now” button and one of our team will call you back to discuss the role in greater detail.


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