|Location:||Kingston upon Thames|
|Salary:||£45,953 to £54,344|
|Placed On:||3rd February 2023|
|Closes:||26th February 2023|
Reporting directly to the Chief Risk Officer the Insurance Manager will be a key member of the Risk, Business Continuity and Insurance Team and play a critical role within the wider GCLO function.
The post holder will be responsible for leading on and overseeing Kingston University’s complex insurance portfolio and in ensuring that the University’s Insurance programme and its associated activities are managed and executed effectively and efficiently, whilst ensuring that the University remains compliant with its statutory and regulatory obligations at all times.
The successful candidate must be commercially astute, with a proven track record of complex stakeholder management and engagement.
Demonstrate a proven track record of leading on insurance activities within a large and complex organisation.
Experience of working within the Higher Education (HE) sector and/or of HE business operations or insurance models desirable.
Possess Membership or Chartered Membership of a relevant recognized professional body (E.g. ACII/CII Certificate in Insurance desirable).
Be an innovative and strategic thinker with an excellent analytical ability and eye for detail.
Able to work effectively and proactively as part of a team and/or independently with minimal supervision.
Able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and communicate clearly and concisely to a broad range of target audiences.
The GCLO provides leadership, management, coordination, and support for the University’s governance, legal, risk, accountability, and compliance arrangements.
Working in the team provides a comprehensive opportunity to interact with all areas of the University and be involved in some of its major projects either in an advisory or supporting role. This will often involve working with colleagues at senior management and Board level, regulators and Government, as well as colleagues in similar functions in Local Authority and other universities. You will gain an insight into the responses to major incidents as well as the core day to day business of the University, including responding to changing government policies and legislation. The team’s work is essential to the effective and compliant operation of the University as a whole.
You can expect to work within a supportive, motivated and high achieving team which promotes a culture of effective communication and continuous improvement. We are proud of our contribution to the University’s achievements including the ISO 450001 Management Systems Standard and 13 consecutive International Safety Awards from the British Safety Council.
This is a full-time permanent position with a starting salary of £45,953 per annum.
Interviews will be held in person on Friday 17 March 2023.
If you require further information about this role, please contact Kelly Griffiths (Chief Risk Officer/ Head of Risk, Business Continuity & Insurance)
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