Elite continues growth trajectory

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23 March 2016


Master Elite Insurance Logo_(green)Buoyant Gibraltar insurer, Elite Insurance Company Limited, continues to grow  and today announced they are recruiting for yet another 10 positions.

These positions are divided between their London, Lincolnshire and Gibraltar locations and are listed as follows:

  • CRM/SharePoint Administrator (Grantham)
  • Administrator (London)
  • Receptionist (London)
  • Commercial Underwriter (London)
  • Bonds and Sureties underwriter (London)
  • External Auditor (Grantham)
  • Head of Claims (Grantham)
  • CRM/Nav Administrator (Gibraltar)
  • Receptionist (Grantham)
  • IT Infrastructure Engineer (Grantham)

Elite CEO, Jason Smart, said “As a Board we recognise that we must invest in additional skilled staff in order to continue to provide the level of service for which we are renowned, despite our rapid growth.

“We don’t want to lose that personal touch or sacrifice our service levels in any way. Our state of the art IT systems will further improve the customer experience and ensure that we remain relevant and competitive”.

Anyone interested in applying for one of these roles should contact HR Officer, Laura Handley, on lhandley@elite-insurance.co.uk.

 



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