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Business Development & Inspection Manager

We’re looking for a Business Development & Inspection Manager (BIDM) to join our team.

  • Responsible for managing the relationship between TEn and a portfolio of Appointed Representatives located predominantly in Southern England
  • The ability to work independently and manage your own diary
  • Excellent communication, organisational skills and an eye for detail are required
  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a commercial insurance role and accredited Cert CII or progressing towards
  • Sound knowledge of regulatory controls is essential
  • Ideally, a working knowledge of Acturis
  • This role will be home based, but frequent visits to Appointed Representatives & TEn offices will be required

For an informal, discreet discussion or to apply for the position, please contact Colin Halliday, Broker Relationship Director

Salary & Benefits

We offer competitive salaries, which are negotiable dependent on experience.

  • Private Medical
  • Pension
  • 26 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Become part of a growing, employee owned business
  • Discount on selected insurance products
  • 4 x Salary Death in Service Benefit

Working hours

37.5 hours per week, working between 08.00 and 18.00 Monday - Friday

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