The Insurance Sector: Underwriting Vacancies

Oliver James Associates and Vacancysoft

July 2017

Key findings include:

  • The number of vacancies for Underwriters in England & Wales in the 12-month period ended 31 May 2017 was 4.3% lower than it had been in the previous 12-month period.
  • The trend in the number of Underwriter vacancies for the 24-month period which ended on 31 May 2017 was upwards, as were the trends in both of the 12-month periods under review.
  • While Greater London was the location for 38% of all vacancies in the Insurance industry, it was where 45% of newly announced Underwriter posts were to be found.

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In this month’s report co-produced by Vacancysoft and Oliver James Associates we focus on vacancies for Underwriters and compare those with the demand from the wider Insurance sector. This report analyses more than a thousand vacancies for underwriters from a total of 15,543 new openings which were announced by 128 Insurance companies in England and Wales. Where were the geographical hotspots in terms of Underwriter roles? Which companies had the best growth in the number of openings for Underwriters 12-month period on 12-month period? And which saw the largest falls? Are larger or smaller firms where one finds growth in demand? Were there proportionately more new openings for senior staff or were companies looking for more junior employees? The answers to all those questions and more are in this report.

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