Chaucer is a leading insurance group underwriting risks at Lloyd’s, the world’s specialist insurance market. We deploy expert underwriters in all major business classes, including marine, aviation, political, energy, property, casualty and treaty.
We have offices in London, Copenhagen, Miami and Singapore and we are the focus of international operations for The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc., based in Worcester, Massachusetts, one of the largest insurance businesses in the United States.
Our Graduate programmes
Chaucer provides bespoke programmes in Underwriting for talented and ambitious individuals wanting to start a career in insurance.
In addition to the responsibilities of a full-time role, throughout each programme we will develop and fully support you through job training and coaching, internal and external courses, technical briefings and professional qualifications.
Your first week with us includes an induction course, agreement of your programme objectives and the allocation of a mentor to prepare you for your career at Chaucer. You will receive regular performance reviews during the programme to help you track your progress.
Look out for details on future graduate programmes at http://www.chaucerplc.com/chp/en/jobs/graduates
Our Apprenticeship programmes
We aim to provide school and college leavers with the best possible start to their
insurance career with a programme that combines great industry experience and job support, with an opportunity to gain the most widely recognised insurance qualification in the UK.
For the right apprentices, we offer the complete package to help you make the successful transition from school to career - with on-the-job assistance and training, a career mentor and full study support for your Certificate in Insurance from the Chartered Insurance Institute (www.cii.co.uk), including training materials and courses, revision sessions and paid study leave.
Look out for details on future Apprenticeship programmes at http://www.chaucerplc.com/chp/en/jobs/Apprenticeship
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