SchemeServe is insurance software like no other.
Hosted in the cloud for MGAs, brokers and insurers, the SchemeServe platform boasts unique flexibility, unstoppable innovation and truly Obsessive Support.
Started in 2000 by our CEO, Adam, SchemeServe has grown from strength to strength, never having taken outside investment. We are proud of how far we’ve come, and how loyal we've stayed to our Core Values.
We are a fully remote company (even before the pandemic!), however, we do meet twice a year for a Team Retreat (one in March, one in September). These are used as a time to share ideas, relax and get to know each other better.
We absolutely prize self-development and encourage staff to continue learning, and set new challenges for themselves. Free books? Mentoring? Professional Development? You got it.
We also offer flexible working, paid days to do charity work, a warm and friendly working environment, a fantastic, relaxed and open company culture and free biscuits through the post every month (yes, we’re serious).
We genuinely believe this is the best place you could ever work!
If you’re excited, good! So are we.
We’d love to hear from you if you’re;
- a curious person who thrives on challenge;
- self-motivated and thorough;
- daring and happy to go against the grain.
Come and join the insurtech revolution!
Our Tech Stack is currently .Net, Microsoft SQL, Azure hosting. We are in the process of transforming to an API first backend in .Net Core with a React front end.
Looking for an opportunity to make a powerful impact with UX design?
We’re looking for someone who can show us an outstanding creative mindset, and a cracking portfolio of work. It’s no problem if you’re straight out of uni, we’d rather get someone with the right attitude, than someone with a CV as long as their arm.
Our UX/UI Designer will work under our Chief Technology Officer and Chief Experience Officer and liaise with our Marketing Team. We need a people person who’s a brilliant communicator, as well as someone who can use their design initiative to run with projects (rather than await step-by-step instructions!).
Ideally, you would have a good amount of experience using Adobe XD (what we currently use), however, Sketch and Figma are also useful.
We are not currently accepting applications from recruitment companies that we don't already have a working relationship with. You are welcome to send an email if you really want, but it will be ignored. :-)
£25,000 - £30,000
We are no longer accepting applications for this position.