SchemeServe is UK based Insurance SaaS solution offering marketing support and consultancy to brokers, underwriting agencies and insurance companies. SchemeServe specializes in services for starting, managing and growing traditional and specialist insurance products. Started in 2000, SchemeServe gives the leading edge in super fast scheme deployment and has grown into the platform of choice for hundreds of insurance products worldwide.
We are a fully remote company although meet together once a quarter for some serious (and some not so serious) time together.
As we are remote there is, unfortunately, no unlimited kitchen or bean bags, but we offer the flexibility to those in the UK who want work to fit around their life!
We’re looking for experienced Business Development Managers, who have lashings of insurance experience, and who will be able to interpret a customer’s insurance software requirements and translate it into a SchemeServe solution, in true Babelfish style.
You’ll have used different insurance software platforms and have experience working in a BDM type sales role for an insurance broker, MGA, insurer or software house – ideally you’ll have a blend of experience across all these sectors and be able to share your experience with the rest of the team.
Knowledge our our core customer sector, MGAs and scheme brokers, is a must, and having a network of contacts in general insurance broker market would also be useful.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to wave the purple flag of SchemeServe far and wide, engage with brokers and MGAs, inform them of our flexible and robust software solution, and using your insurance knowledge, translate what they require into a customised SchemeServe solution. You’ll also be at the forefront of a new ground breaking software concept, and recruiting new brokers to join what will be a very exclusive ‘club’.
We are not currently accepting any candidates from recruiters that we do not already have a working agreement with.
You are welcome to send an email if you really want, but it will be ignored :-)