Insurance Technical and Business Analyst Academy

If you’re interested in a career in the insurance industry, travelling in the UK and Europe, working on site with clients and gaining hands on commercial experience, a specialised training opportunity is now available and will help you to secure industry-recognised qualifications.

Training

This insurance technology academy is a five-week intensive training course at North West Regional College, Strand Road Campus and will prepare you for a role in the insurance sector under the Assured Skills Programme.

It will include topics such as:

  • Java/Python
  • insurance fundamentals
  • effective project management
  • insurance revision

The programme will help you gain relevant technology skills and certifications that are in demand in the insurance industry and will help you make the transition from further education to a fulfilling career.

It will prepare you for a role which involves:

  • working within the insurance industry
  • working on site with industry leading clients gaining hands on commercial experience
  • delivering excellent customer service
  • usually frequent travel within the UK and wider Europe (with the potential for travel to North America and Africa)*

*Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, travel to client site has been suspended indefinitely and will not resume until the company is confident it's safe to do so.

Alchemy continually assess and review candidates throughout the Academy and will offer positions to those who successfully complete the process. If successful, you'll receive a starting salary of £20k, with quarterly performance bonuses and excellent career progression. 

Who can apply

No previous experience is needed, but you must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • be eligible to work in the UK
  • have either a third level degree, a HND, foundation degree or Level 5 qualification in an IT related discipline
  • have a genuine passion for delivering excellent customer service
  • a desire to pursue a career in the insurance industry

How to apply

Apply online at insurance technology academy by 12.00 pm on 30 September.

As part of the application process you'll need to upload your CV and your qualification certificate.

Important dates

If you wish to take part in the training, the following dates will be of interest:

Date

Event/activity details

30 September

Applications close

11 October

Virtual information session

13 to 15 October

Interviews at Alchemy Technology Services Offices:
2nd Floor, 113-118 Duncreggan Road
Derry/Londonderry
BT48 0AA

or by Teams

2 November

Academy starts

Company information

Alchemy Technology Services offers core systems implementation and consultancy services directly to insurance companies and work in partnership with software providers and systems integrators. 

Further information

For more information on this academy or to receive updates on new academy opportunities as they arise, contact the Department for the Economy – Employer Skills.

To find out how your information will be managed, you can view the privacy notice for Assured Skills.

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