Vacancies

Below is a list of all current vacancies. If you are interested in an open vacancy, please apply by clicking on the ‘Application Form’ link.

If you need to speak to a member of the Talent Acquisition team or require any reasonable adjustments, please email recruitment@tindallriley.com.

Claims Processing Assistant

Claims | Tindall Riley

About the Role

We are seeking a detail-oriented administrative professional to join us as a Claims Processing Assistant.  This role will focus on assisting members of Britannia P&I, The Wren Insurance Association and The Griffin Insurance Association with the payment and processing of claims.

The Claims Processing team is a friendly team of 7 in London reporting to the Head of Claims Processing. The team oversee a variety of claims across all international offices and provides an opportunity to liaise with other departments including Underwriting, Claims, Finance and 3rd parties.

The role reports to the Head of Claims Processing.

The role would suit a numerate individual who has excellent communication skills and a good understanding of business systems and processes within a regulated environment.

We have a hybrid working policy, however, the role holder may be required to work full-time in the office during the 4 first weeks of the induction period.

Your Responsibilities

  • Process third-party invoices and recoveries
  • Raise debit notes to Members
  • Review Member claims and raise corresponding credit notes
  • Maintain supplier contact details/add new contact details onto the relevant system
  • Respond to Members and Correspondents queries by telephone and email
  • Develop a good understanding of processes and procedures, ensuring that we are adhering to our policies and SLAs
  • Conduct sanction checks and call-back procedures for new bank accounts
  • Assist with ad-hoc and quarterly reports
  • Ad hoc duties as required

About You

Knowledge/Experience

  • A minimum of 2 years of administration, claims or data processing experience in a regulated environment is essential
  • Experience of working in the Insurance industry is desirable
  • Ability to learn and work with Business Systems
  • Financial literacy and ability to demonstrate aptitude for working with numbers
  • Computer literate and familiar with all MS Office packages (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc)

Qualifications/Education

  • GCSE Maths (Grades A-C) or equivalent

Competencies

  • Attention to detail – ability to review documents and ensure accuracy
  • Communication – excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Organised and methodical – ability to organise and produce work of a high standard under time pressure
  • Teamwork – willing to work as part of a team and to assist colleagues as necessary

About Us

Tindall Riley manages three insurance businesses. The Britannia Group (Britannia P&I), a mutual club that provides protection and indemnity (‘P&I’) insurance and freight, demurrage and defence (‘FD&D’) cover to shipowners and charterers around the world. The Griffin Insurance Association Limited (Griffin), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to broking firms and MGAs around the world. The Wren Insurance Association Limited (Wren), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to architectural practices operating in the UK and overseas. Today, we employ over 300 people globally across 9 offices and have a shared commitment to providing exceptional insurance services for our Members worldwide.

We can offer you a competitive salary and a varied benefits package.  We have a hybrid working policy, three days from the office and two days remotely.  We are proud of our friendly workplace culture, where we offer ample opportunities to socialise and prioritise wellbeing.

We are committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join Tindall Riley.

To find out more visit our websites: tindallriley.co.uk, britanniapandi.com, griffin-insurance.co.uk, wrenmutual.co.uk

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Claims Handler / Solicitor

Claims | Britannia

About the Role

Are you a UK qualified solicitor with maritime experience interested in working in the beautiful city of Copenhagen?

Britannia has an excellent opportunity for a Claims Handler to join us a Fleet Manager handling both P&I and FD&D claims. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is passionate about maritime insurance and will thrive as part of a small and friendly team.

We can provide a good work/life balance, competitive salary, and flexible benefits. Our office is conveniently located near Tuborg Havn and offers hybrid working.  All new joiners will have the opportunity to spend time in our London office as part of the induction period.

Your Responsibilities

The role holder will have responsibility for handling allocated Freight, Demurrage and Defence and Protection & Indemnity claims in accordance with the Claims Department’s manual and guidelines.

You will provide an exceptional claims service to the Club’s Members within designated authority levels including:

  • assessing risk and liability through collecting, analysing and assimilating information.
  • providing advice or recommendations to Members, on claims handling strategy to resolve the claim in the most cost effective and expedient manner.
  • raising estimates, processing payments and reimbursements and liaising with the appointed Divisional Director assigned to a geographical region.
  • maintaining regular reviews of claims and estimates strictly in accordance with the Club’s requirements.
  • maintaining an appropriate diary review in respect of time bars and key dates.
  • assessing whether cases are covered and should be supported, monitoring likely costs, requesting budgetary support and, in the event of any issue/s arising, liaising with Divisional Director.
  • document management and administration of electronic files to ensure ready accessibility in accordance with the Club’s requirements.
  • contractual review (service agreements, towage contracts, rail sub-contracts, conditions of Use agreements etc.).
  • participation in both internal and external training seminars and programmes as required.
  • attending internal meetings with lawyers, correspondents, surveyors and experts as appropriate.

About You

You will enjoy working on a variety of claims as part of a small team. The role holder will have experience working on FD&D claims gained from a P&I club, insurer, law firm, ship owner or ship agent.  You will be legally qualified in the UK with a minimum of 3 years PQE. 

About Us

Britannia is a mutual P&I Club that provides P&I and FD&D cover to shipowners and charterers worldwide.

We are the most established P&I club in the world, trusted by our members since 1855. We’ve built a reputation for providing an exceptional standard of service based on our core values and principles of mutuality, combined with commercial strength and probity.

To find out more visit: britanniapandi.com

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Underwriting Assistant Analyst

Underwriting | Britannia

About the Role

We have an exciting opportunity for an Underwriting Assistant Analyst to join Britannia’s Underwriting Team.  In this role, you will work collaboratively in a small team to provide analytical and statistical administrative support to the Underwriting Department.  The role will suit someone who is proficient with data, highly numerate and comfortable working with systems. This is a varied role which provides a great opportunity to apply analytical skills and develop a career within the insurance industry.

The role reports to the Chief Underwriting Officer.

Your Responsibilities

  • Support the Department’s modelling and quotation work utilising MS Excel
  • Extract and take ownership of relevant data for the Underwriting team and analytical projects
  • Support the annual budgeting and reconciliation processes
  • Produce reports and presentations to assist the underwriting team with business development
  • Develop underwriting processes and reports within the IT system.
  • Work closely with the Actuarial Department on the production of data.
  • Support other departments (e.g. Claims, Finance, Loss Prevention) with underwriting data as required
  • Assist with the development of the Britannia Member Portal (a client facing website which allows Members to access all of their documentation, claims data and reports online).
  • Support, maintain, and improve underwriting records.
  • Assist the reinsurance function of the Underwriting team
  • Ad hoc duties as required

About You

Knowledge/Experience

  • 1-2 years of analytical experience or ability to demonstrate analytical skills through relevant degree / A-level study

Qualifications/Education

  • Degree or A level qualification (preferably a maths discipline)

Skills

  • Computer literate and familiar with all MS Office packages (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc)
  • Highly Proficient in MS Excel

Competencies

  • Communication – ability to quickly assimilate information, establish key issues and to present them effectively
  • Organised and methodical – ability to organise and consistently produce work of a high standard under time pressure
  • Customer-focused – recognises the needs of external / internal customers and consistently delivers and meets promises made
  • Accurate / detail orientated – ability to work accurately with detailed information and work to key deadlines/ milestones
  • Initiative – ability to proactively identify and solve problems independently
  • Reliability – demonstrates a high level of dependability and takes personal responsibility for job performance

About Us

Tindall Riley manages three insurance businesses. The Britannia Group (Britannia P&I), a mutual club that provides protection and indemnity (‘P&I’) insurance and freight, demurrage and defence (‘FD&D’) cover to shipowners and charterers around the world. The Griffin Insurance Association Limited (Griffin), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to broking firms and MGAs around the world. The Wren Insurance Association Limited (Wren), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to architectural practices operating in the UK and overseas. Today, we employ over 300 people globally across 9 offices and have a shared commitment to providing exceptional insurance services for our Members worldwide.

We can offer you a competitive salary and a varied benefits package.  We have a hybrid working policy, three days from the office and two days remotely.  We are proud of our friendly workplace culture, where we offer ample opportunities to socialise and prioritise wellbeing.

We are committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join Tindall Riley.

To find out more visit our websites: tindallriley.co.uk, britanniapandi.com, griffin-insurance.co.uk, wrenmutual.co.uk

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Underwriting Processing Assistant

Underwriting | Britannia

About the Role

We have an exciting opportunity for an Underwriting Processing Assistant to work with Britannia’s Underwriting Team providing administrative and technical support.  This is a client-facing role providing an excellent opportunity to communicate with team members across the organisation with regular interactions with underwriters and brokers. The role will suit someone proficient with data, detail-oriented, and able to demonstrate a good understanding of financial concepts.

Your Responsibilities

  • Create and maintain accurate data entries for Insureds using an internal system
  • Accurate and timely production and distribution of policy and invoicing documents using an internal system
  • Production of Renewal and mid-term cover documents including endorsements to Certificates of Entry and updating of system records where necessary
  • Debit and credit miscellaneous items, e.g. financial transactions
  • Liaising with Underwriters to gain approval of invoices and policy documents
  • Entry of data using an internal system and the use of Excel
  • Assisting the Underwriting team and ad hoc duties as required

About You

Knowledge/Experience

  • Administrative experience gained within a professional or financial services
  • Experience gained from a P&I Club or mutual insurance association is desirable

Skills

  • Computer literate and familiar with all MS Office packages (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc)

Competencies

  • Accurate / detail orientated – ability to work accurately with detailed information and work to deadlines and/or key milestones
  • Judgement – collates the required information, involves the appropriate people to ensure the best decisions are made and subsequently implemented
  • Communication – ability to quickly assimilate information, establish key issues and to express them effectively and succinctly in writing and verbally
  • Organised and methodical – ability to organise and produce work of a high standard under time pressure
  • Customer-focused – proactive and recognises the needs of external/internal customers and consistently delivers
  • Reliable – can be relied upon to produce work of a high standard within agreed deadlines
  • Teamwork – willing to work as part of a team and to assist colleagues as necessary

About Us

Tindall Riley manages three insurance businesses. The Britannia Group (Britannia P&I), a mutual club that provides protection and indemnity (‘P&I’) insurance and freight, demurrage and defence (‘FD&D’) cover to shipowners and charterers around the world. The Griffin Insurance Association Limited (Griffin), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to broking firms and MGAs around the world. The Wren Insurance Association Limited (Wren), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to architectural practices operating in the UK and overseas. Today, we employ over 300 people globally across 9 offices and have a shared commitment to providing exceptional insurance services for our Members worldwide.

We can offer you a competitive salary and a varied benefits package.  We have a hybrid working policy, three days from the office and two days remotely.  We are proud of our friendly workplace culture, where we offer ample opportunities to socialise and prioritise wellbeing.

We are committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join Tindall Riley.

To find out more visit our websites: tindallriley.co.uk, britanniapandi.com, griffin-insurance.co.uk, wrenmutual.co.uk

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Contracts Manager

Contracts | Wren

The Wren Insurance Association (Wren) is a mutual insurance company, providing professional indemnity cover to architectural practices since 1987. Wren insures a significant proportion of the leading firms of commercial architects in the UK. Its membership consists of many award-winning practices passionate about the built environment, designing landmark projects both in the UK and internationally.

Wren has been managed since its inception by Tindall Riley, a leading global insurance management company. Tindall Riley, trading as Wren Managers, manages the day- to- day functions associated with running an insurance company for Wren. Our services include a comprehensive review of Members’ appointments and ancillary documents, claims handling, underwriting and risk management for Wren’s Members. Wren Managers also look after the governance of the mutual, including accounting, company secretarial, regulatory and compliance functions.

Tindall Riley is based in the City of London (offices on London Bridge).

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Construction Lawyer with 1-2 years post-qualified experience who is looking to move into their second job and keen to develop their knowledge and expertise in construction law.

You will be joining a team of 17 solicitors and legal executives. Together we assist Wren’s Members to be appointed on terms falling within their cover and handle any resulting claims.

The role is responsible for reviewing architects’ appointment and other ancillary documents, negotiating amendments and working closely with Members of Wren. You will also attend meetings with and give presentations to Members to explain coverage issues.

Candidates will have experience of non-contentious construction law, preferably gained from within a law firm or other inhouse legal teams and will be familiar with professional indemnity matters relating to construction professionals. You will be legally qualified in the UK or QLTT.

The role offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits package and we have a flexible, hybrid working policy in place.

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Financial Controller

Finance | Tindall Riley

About the Role

We are looking for an experienced Financial Controller, to oversee all aspects of finance operations at Tindall Riley. The role will involve assisting with budget and forecasts preparation, as well as the development of updated and improved internal control policies and procedures. The Financial Controller will support month-end and year-end close processes and have line management responsibility of Finance team members.

Your Responsibilities

  • Oversee accounting operations including AR, AP, GL, and Cash Management
  • Coordinate the preparation of the budget and report variances
  • Supervise month-end and year-end close processes
  • Develop, update and document business processes and accounting policies to maintain and strengthen internal controls
  • Ensure quality control over financial transactions, payments, and financial reporting
  • Manage Finance team members
  • Oversee Credit Control function
  • Manage the operations of both external and internal audits
  • Coordinate the preparation of regulatory reporting for the Hubs and Branches
  • Assist with finance projects including automation of processes and updating of chart of accounts
  • Additional duties as necessary

About You

Knowledge/Experience

  • Relevant experience as a Financial Controller or Finance Operations professional
  • A minimum of 5 years of accounting and finance experience. Exposure to Financial or Professional services environment is desirable
  • Demonstratable understanding of accounting principles and procedures
  • Experience of managing and developing team members
  • Demonstratable experience of process improvement projects

 

Qualifications/Education

  • Qualification in Accounting is desirable

Skills

  • Proficient in using Accounting Systems

Competencies

  • Communication – ability to quickly assimilate information, establish key issues and to express them effectively and succinctly in writing and verbally.
  • Teamwork – willing to work as part of a team and to assist colleagues as necessary.
  • Management – ability to work with staff in planning, organising, leading, and controlling work outputs against targets and objectives.
  • Attention to Detail orientated – ability to work accurately with detailed information and work to deadlines and/or key milestones.
  • Judgement – collates the required information, involves the appropriate people to ensure the best decisions are made and subsequently implemented.
  • Organised and methodical – ability to organise and produce work of a high standard under time pressure.
  • Customer focused – proactive and recognises the needs of external / internal customers and consistently delivers.

About Us

Tindall Riley manages three insurance businesses. The Britannia Group (Britannia P&I), a mutual club that provides protection and indemnity (‘P&I’) insurance and freight, demurrage and defence (‘FD&D’) cover to shipowners and charterers around the world. The Griffin Insurance Association Limited (Griffin), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to broking firms and MGAs around the world. The Wren Insurance Association Limited (Wren), an insurance mutual that provides professional indemnity insurance to architectural practices operating in the UK and overseas. Today, we employ over 300 people globally across 9 offices and have a shared commitment to providing exceptional insurance services for our Members worldwide.

We can offer you a competitive salary and a varied benefits package.  We have a hybrid working policy, three days from the office and two days remotely.  We are proud of our friendly workplace culture, where we offer ample opportunities to socialise and prioritise wellbeing.

We are committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join Tindall Riley.

To find out more visit our websites: tindallriley.co.uk, britanniapandi.com, griffin-insurance.co.uk, wrenmutual.co.uk

application form

Recruitment Agencies

Tindall Riley has an in-house Talent Acquisition team and only work with selected agencies where terms have been pre-agreed. We do not accept speculative applications. Agencies that wish to work with us in the future should send an email to recruitment@tindallriley.com.