our scientific training enables you to look at insurance from a mathematical point of view. Using appropriate procedures, you estimate expected claims expenditure and prepare suitable tariff proposals.
You prepare quotations, policies and calculations. You specify acceptance conditions and correctly assess large and special risks. In addition to risk assessment, your tasks also include providing brokers and customers with expert advice.
Your area of work covers legal issues that are not directly related to insurance products. When you are not dealing with licence agreements, labour and property law, you are taking important decisions on benefits and claims.
You assume the maintenance and ongoing development of insurance products. In addition to theory, you also concern yourself with practice: you prepare test cases and conduct system, follow-up and acceptance tests. During the subsequent acceptance and roll-out, you enjoy our fullest confidence and can put your visions into practice.
You are in your element whether analysing key operational and financial figures, interpreting financial statements or reporting on the business trend. Your role in helping prepare projections for budgets and forecasts makes an important contribution to the success of the company.
You look after a defined contract portfolio and really come to life when you are able to process inquiries and deal with correspondence, changes, calculations and payments. Trusting business relationships emerge from your telephone, written and personal contact with customers and partners.
As the first point of contact by telephone, you will conduct sales calls and advise on products from almost all insurance areas. Your efforts in cross- and up-selling ensure that customers feel well insured and well looked after.