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Our customers really matter to us and doing a great job for them is what esure is all about. We believe happy, motivated employees will do the right thing for our customers so we go the extra mile to make esure a great place to work. We encourage people to be themselves and thrive on giving them the opportunity to make a difference everyday.

 

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Real Time Analyst

Location

Glasgow

Type

Full-time

Based in Glasgow the flexible, driven and inquisitive Real Time Analyst’s principal role is to manage all work flow queues effectively, prioritising and balancing each stream to maximise customer experience and specialist productivity.

Throughout the day and week the RTA will produce intraday reports to track performance but also to better inform the tactical decisions they will make in the immediate, short and medium term.

Working closely with their colleagues in planning & Operations Analysis, the RTA helps ensure forecasting and scheduling assumptions are not only reflective and accurate of what is going on in “Real time” but are also delivering the best outcome for our customers and the company.

Last, but not least, the supportive RTA will share knowledge, best practice and skills with team members where appropriate to strengthen and build the capability of the team.       

Compliance Monitoring Officer

Location

Manchester

Type

Full-time

esure are recruiting for a Compliance Monitoring Officer.

The company’s stakeholders, including customers, employees, shareholders and regulators, will expect that there are appropriate systems, processes and controls in place to maintain an effective risk management framework subject to appropriately independent and objective review. The Compliance Monitoring Officer role plays an important part in the company’s risk management framework by undertaking independent assessments of the adequacy and effectiveness of the systems, processes and controls in place for the achievement of compliance with the firm’s regulatory obligations.

Responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for designing and formulating the annual Compliance Monitoring Plan, paying due regard to appropriate internal developments, business priorities and external factors.
  • Own the Compliance Monitoring Methodology and Framework and the maintenance and development of this in line with internal and external developments.
  • Responsible for the implementation of the Compliance Monitoring Review process and plans for all regulated entities (and where appropriate outsource providers) to monitor compliance with relevant rules and regulations.
  • Design and operate a formal review work programme, aligned to the key regulatory risks.
  • Perform monitoring reviews in accordance with the Compliance Monitoring methodology in a timely manner. Responsible for working with stakeholders to gather their requirements, applying the plan and ensuring expected controls are in place.
  • Keep senior stakeholders appropriately updated throughout the review process, providing clear, succinct and accurate verbal and written communications, focussed on the key risk areas identified, advising on remedial actions and driving these forward with agreement from senior management. 
  • Develop and maintain meaningful compliance MI on the review process.  

Data Protection Regulatory Risk Manager

Location

Glasgow

Type

Full-time

esure are recruiting for a Data Protection Regulatory Risk Manager.

The company’s stakeholders, including customers, employees, shareholders and regulators, will expect that there are appropriate systems, processes and controls in place to maintain an effective risk management framework subject to appropriately independent and objective review. A key aspect of this framework is focused on the requirements in relation to Data Protection and the enhanced regime brought about by the General Data Protection Regulation from May 2018. This role supports the firm’s Data Protection Officer, playing an important role in implementing and maintaining the  company’s risk management framework of internal control and ongoing compliance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Responsibilities include:

  • Put forward recommendations to contribute to the strategy and policy decisions in the Data Protection and wider regulatory risk arena.
  • Design, implement and own an effective risk management framework that is appropriate for esure and is focused on the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Put in place a communications plan to ensure the framework and new Data Protection requirements are cascaded appropriately and understood by the business. This will include written and verbal presentations to the Executive Teams.
  • Responsible for overseeing and ensuring that the company’s processes adhere to this framework. Meet with key stakeholders, up to and including members of the Executive Teams, to analyse current processes and ensure that these processes follow the correct regulations of the framework. Provide advice and support to the business where processes don’t meet requirements to assist with the achievement of compliance and ensure that appropriate improvements are made where required. 
  • Oversee and monitor process, procedures systems and controls in relation to the overall framework for Data Protection, including Subject Access Requests, consent, privacy by design to ensure that processes are working correctly.
  • Implement and manage processes and procedures in relation to data correction, data portability, privacy impact assessments, supplier due diligence, training and awareness.
  • Maintain awareness and understanding of external regulatory developments in the UK and Europe and liaise with trade bodies and regulators as appropriate. Communicate any developments as appropriate and drive any changes that may need to be made within the company as a result of these developments.
  • Co-ordinate and manage the relationship with the ICO and manage any ad-hoc requirements that come from this, e.g. management of complaints.

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esure is a UK based personal lines insurer. We employ around 2000 people across four offices and our brands alongside esure include Sheilas Wheels and Gocompare. This website tells you all you need to know about what its like to work at esure and what makes us and our culture special. You can find out more about which roles we have available and also hear from some of our people about working for us.

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