Finding a job in Britain is usually a minefield of recruitment agencies, phone interviews and trawling UK-based job sites. While you're getting amongst all the admin don't forget that larger companies will often have their own recruitment websites with information about vacancies, company history and values as well as online application forms.
Direct Line Group is one of the largest providers of insurance jobs in the United Kingdom and it's just launched a special section on their careers website dedicated to graduate and internship programmes and industrial placements across their market-leading insurance brands. Focused recruiters are looking for graduates to fill a number of roles across Britain, but predominantly in London and Bromley.
So, if you're looking to apply what you've learned during your time at university in a diverse, challenging and people-focused environment where there's plenty of opportunity for training and development, then they're looking for you. Interested?
Cut out the middleman, hone down your search and go direct to Direct Line Group. If you're a recent graduate or are currently studying for a degree in the following subjects, make sure you check out their graduate, internship and industrial placement opportunities!
- Actuarial Science
Graduates and interns with an enthusiasm for figures, a fascination with the complex world of finance and first-rate communication skills will be given the opportunity to work in some of the most dynamic areas in the insurance industry: Analytics, Claims Analysis & People Management as well as Strategy, Business Transformation & Technology.
Whether you're interested in project management, want to work with personal claims or businesses, you?ll be helping to shape the future of the Direct Line Group and the sector as a whole. Plus, as a graduate, you will jin the business as a full-time, permanent employee.
And that's why Direct Line Group will also take a special interest in your future, too. After an intensive induction programme, you'll be given continuous development throughout your career to make sure you're working to the best of your ability. You may also be given the opportunity to take outside accreditations, offered training leave and financial support if you decide to pursue more qualifications in the financial or actuarial fields.
Go to the Direct Line Group Careers site for more information about benefits, requirements and opportunities for graduates, and have a look around for staff profiles and videos too. As well as an insight into the working ethos of the brands of Direct Line Group's large organisation, you'll get a detailed look at what insurance roles entail and where they'll take you.
For for more information, visit www.directlinegroupcareers.com