Healthcare Practice Leader
Aon are currently recruiting a Healthcare Practice Leader, to grow the Healthcare industry segment through the development and execution of sales strategies, thought leadership, and innovation.
This individual will become a leading Face of Industry for Aon in the UK, and will build our UK brand externally and internally, interacting with key clients and prospects, acting as subject matter expert.
This position can be based from any of Aon's UK offices, or home-based with travel required.
About the Role
As the Healthcare Practice Leader some of your key responsibilities will involve :
Coach our sales team for success, key technical issues and how to frame those discussions with clients and prospects. Ensure that client groups and other staff have all the relevant information on which to base their advice to clients.
Your skills and qualifications will ideally include :
Understand the unique traditional and non-traditional approach to managing risk for each of the key subsectors. Technical understanding of the risks of the business is necessary.
A good knowledge of commercial insurance market and dynamics.
The ability to form effective working partnerships with a wide variety of colleagues.
Analytical and logical.
Salary & Benefits
This role offers a competitive salary and bonus, plus a comprehensive benefits package and 25 days holiday. Through our flexible benefits, you will also have the opportunity to choose additional benefits, including healthcare, childcare vouchers and additional holiday.
Aon is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Aon people come from all backgrounds and communities. Whatever your gender, age, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation, you'll be valued as an individual and recognised for your skills and the contribution you make to our company.
Headquartered in London, Aon Plc is the leading provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage and a global leader in human capital and management consulting.
Our key advantage is our broad view of the insurance industry. With an employee base of 59,000 people working in 500 offices in more than 120 countries, we can anticipate how changes in one sector affect another.