Admiral has always considered our Pricing department to be a fundamental cornerstone of the successful growth of our business and as we continue to transform from a monoline car insurer to one who offers a growing range of personal lines products, we are looking for driven, skilled and experienced pricing analysts to join us in our Cardiff Headquarters.
We are looking for creative, innovative and ambitious individuals with 2-5 years’ experience in any general insurance pricing role, who have a track record of finding insight in data, can take ownership for driving forward change and have a passion for sharing your knowledge and experience with colleagues, both at a peer level and ideally also in a mentoring / coaching role (although no formal management experience is required).
Analysing our pricing structures and past performance to improve risk management.
Assessing the usefulness of external data sources and managing partnerships with data vendors
Communicating results and ideas to key decision makers across different group companies, including Heads of Department and CEO / COO
Collaborating with peers in pricing and with stakeholders from all relevant areas of the business
Coaching / mentoring team members
Qualifications, skills and experience we are looking for
A degree, 2 : 1 (or equivalent) or above in a highly mathematical subject
Strong quantitative and analytical skills supported by a solid academic and work background
2-5 year's experience in any general insurance pricing role
Experience of working with SAS or similar packages essential
Experience of GLM and / or Machine Learning techniques and software such as Emblem is an advantage
Proactive and creative approach to taking initiative and getting things done
Willingness to learn from the bottom up and put in the time to acquire the necessary technical skills
Team player with proven ability to collaborate and build relationships
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal)
Personality and a sense of humour (we believe work should be fun!)
Ideally, you will have some coaching / mentoring experience (inside or outside of work), but this isn't essential