Intermediate / Mid
We are looking for a Special Projects Manager
At Brit, we believe that the uncertainty of the future should never stand in the way of progress. That’s why we exist. To help people and businesses face the future and thrive. We are change-makers enabled by a global workforce who collaborate to deliver a risk service. A team empowered to help our customers not only to survive the risks they face, but to stay on the front foot and keep moving forward. We believe the uncertainty of tomorrow isn’t something to fear but to seize; that it’s full of potential. Not only for our customers but our employees too.
We might write the future of risk for our brokers and clients, but we would love to help you write your future at Brit: a future based on not just progressing but on thriving – both professionally and emotionally. If you’re looking for a place to make a real difference read on.
What you’ll be doing
In this role you’ll work with the Group Head of Special projects to mobilise, design, and deliver strategically important and exciting ‘Special Projects’ for the Brit Group, acting as a role model for exemplary change leadership.
You’ll ensure the objectives and scope of the Special Projects are clear, understood and agreed with the Executive team, creating progress update packs for the Executive team and Board.
You’ll be facilitating workshops, problem solving to seek cross business agreement on the solution to be delivered. as well as developing Target Operating Model and RACIs or any other business assets that add value to the project. Also, you’ll be part of organisational change, new business line set-up, regulatory remediation, digital & data transformation and optimising the performance of existing business areas.
You’ll be working on projects that may sit inside or outside of our Strategic Change Board and could include entity set-up, mergers, sales of business units / books of business.
As well as the above you’ll be creating Strategic Change Board and/or business value case submissions for Business Sponsors, mobilising project teams by setting key milestones required to reach the end objective.
Acting as an accelerator for delivery, creating clear and coherent plans which have demonstrable quick wins.
Day to day
This is a great opportunity for someone who is commercially minded, is fulfilled by making a difference by leading and managing cross functional project teams to deliver the Special Projects.
You’ll utilise your skills and experience to deliver interesting and strategically important projects within the Lloyd’s of London insurance market or the wider financial services sector.
No two days will be the same in this role, you will be anticipating blockers from knowledge obtained, using logic to foresee obstacles and actively remove them.
Within the Special Projects team you’ll be mobilising project teams active problem solving – recognise where there are issues / confusion / misunderstanding / barriers and reframe the problem and actively pursue a proposed solution.
Having and drawing on your experience of working with Executive teams and business unit leaders you’ll successfully set-up and deliver strategically important projects.
This opportunity comes along with a competitive salary, 27 days annual leave, optional private medical insurance, on target bonus and strong employer’s contributory pension, plus many more benefits. We also operate in a hybrid working capacity meaning you can collaborate in the London office as well as enjoy the ability to work from home.
We welcome everyone wholeheartedly
Inclusion & Diversity is at the heart of our business at BRIT. We recognise that diversity in age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical ability, thought, and social background bring richness to our working environment. No matter who you are, where you’re from, how you think, or who you love, we believe you should be you.
You’ll get a highly competitive remuneration and benefits package. This is kept under constant review to make sure it stays relevant. We understand the power of saying thank you and take time to acknowledge and reward extraordinary effort by teams or individuals. If this sounds like a role and a culture that appeals to you, let us know.