Our client is award winning and Global with significant influence in the EB & Actuarial sectors in the UK. Its independence is enviable as is the client portfolio and low staff turnover. With a large presence in corporate protection, we are seeking a Group Risk Administrator to work in a busy team, where you will receive complete career support to develop you into a Consultant/Manager in the longer term with client and staff responsibilities. As a Group Risk Administrator, you will be the first point of contact for all client and provider queries and issues as they arise. You will take responsibility for the day to day administration of Group Income Protection Insurance Schemes and Group Life Assurance and your key responsibilities will be to ensure the smooth running of an assigned Group Risk portfolio of clients on a day to day basis, where you will process claims documentation, maintain and update the internal database, co-ordinate claims, collect and collate client data and be involved with data cleansing exercises, as well as undertaking invoicing, communications and resolve and identify discrepancies in provider documentation before sending to clients.

To be considered for this role you will experience within Group Risk Benefits, knowledge of Customer Service principles and practices, excellent communication skills including outstanding telephone manner. In return you will receive a competitive salary, work life balance, 25 days holiday, DC pension, private medical, death in service and a comprehensive flexible benefits.
Posted: 16/03/2020
Location
Surrey/Hamps/Birmingham
Job type
Salary
£25,000 to £33,000 pa
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