Assistant Underwriter

Location: Flexibility between Home and Dublin Office

About the Role

TUE, a growing MGA in Dublin which specialises in Equine Insurance are seeking a full time Assistant Underwriter to join their Underwriting team in the Equine department.

Key Responsibilities

The key responsibilities for this role are:

  • Provides clerical and underwriting support to assist the team in managing new business, renewal of policies, mid-term alterations and assistance with debtor control and management.
  • Provides prompt, courteous, and professional customer service to Brokers, Insurer partners and Third-party service providers.
  • Assists in binding and issuing policies per Insurer guidelines and in line with regulatory requirements.
  • Utilises underwriting system(s) to determine rating and prepare quotations for new and renewal business within internal and Insurer guidelines.
  • Accurately reviews and files documentation for policies and process as needed.
  • Provides other technical and clerical support as required by underwriting staff and management.
  • Contribute to the team achieving excellence assisting to achieve the teams aims.
  • Contribute to knowledge sharing and collaboration across the team.
  • Take ownership of your tasks, understand what is expected and be accountable for your work.

About you

  • Previous insurance industry experience is essential (but does not need to be extensive).
  • Liability insurance experience is desirable but not essential. This is an ideal opportunity to move from perhaps a Personal Lines background or from Broking to Underwriting.
  • Capability to prioritise workloads and meet deadlines.
  • Attention to detail is essential.
  • The ability to work pro-actively and identify problems and work to find solutions.
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Ability to work efficiently on computer systems and to learn new systems quickly.
  • Must have some previous experience with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Word.
  • Must demonstrate teamwork and ability to develop productive relationships with peers and management.
  • APA or CIP qualification or progress in this regard required.

For more information on this role, please contact the People & Culture team – people&

To apply, please submit your C.V. and any relevant supporting documentation via email, stating which role you are interested in.

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