Employer Bon Accord Life
Job title Financial Protection Executive – 3 vacancies available
Closing date 28/06/2015
Salary and benefits Competitive graduate salary (well above minimum wage)
There are three vacancies with Bon Accord in a ‘professional telephone sales role’. Bon Accord is Scotland’s leading life insurance broker where you will be provided with around 160 new customer leads per month through website enquiries or pre-screened customers passed directly through to you.
You will be required to complete client fact finds and narrow down the most suitable options from our vast product range. You will enjoy problem solving and finding a solution that will benefit your client by either saving them money or improving their cover.
As you grow your client bank you will be confident building rapport with a wide range of clients ensuring you become proficient at identifying further gaps in your clients protection needs.
Internship duration: 12 weeks
Proposed Start Date: 1st July 2015
Accepted degree subjects Any
Confident and assertive on the phone, you will thrive on achieving and exceeding both individual and team targets while possessing a resilient and positive nature. You will have excellent communication skills coupled with a strong determination to succeed and you will be results orentated, fixated on achieving your goals.
Must be a graduate or graduating student
Bon Accord Life is Scotland’s leading life insurance broker. Established in 2008 with a solid and reputable background in the financial services industry, we are expanding and moving to the Castle Business Centre, Stirling.
- Application information
- Please send your CV and Covering Letter to the University Career Development Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will then forward them on to the company. To take part in the Stirling Internship, you must get your CV and Covering letter checked before applying. Our drop in service for this is on Monday – Thursday, 1pm-4pm in Cottrell 3A1. If you have any difficulties accessing our service, please contact us on 01786 467070.
Ambitious Futures Graduate Development Programme
Ambitious Futures is a graduate development programme for the HE sector, The University of Stirling will join the programme, recruiting one trainee, in 2015.
The programme is open to applicants who are (or will be at the programme commencement date) graduates of Stirling University or one of the programme’s partner Universities. Graduates will be required to achieve a 2:1 (or above) honours degree to be eligible to take part. The programme is also open to alumni who have graduated within a 5 year period immediately prior to the programme commencement date.
For further information and details on how to apply please visit www.ambitiousfutures.co.uk
Closing date for applications is 12 December 2014.
We have recently been in touch regarding the graduate destinations survey.
Here’s a bit of information to explain why we carry out the survey, so you know what to expect.
All Universities are required by the Government to survey their graduates to find out what they have gone on to do, whether this be employment, voluntary work, further study, taking time out to travel or doing something else.
The information is very useful to University of Stirling staff and prospective and current students in many ways. It not only builds a picture of what graduates are doing including any changes in the graduate job market; Career Advisors use it for career guidance; students and graduates will use it to get ideas about their careers; potential students will look at it to help them decide on a course; departments can use it for marketing courses.
The results are also part of the criteria used to form University League Tables, so we aim to reach as many recent graduates as possible.
If you have visited the Careers Information Library before, you may have used the data from previous surveys to find out what other graduates from your course went on to do (all data is anonymous of course).
The survey is managed by the staff here in the Careers Development Centre and we also use the survey to identify graduates who need on-going careers support.
To ensure that the survey results are really useful, we need to get a high level of responses. If you are a recent graduate we would really appreciate your help.
It is quick and easy to complete the survey on-line; you will only need a minute or two to tick all the relevant boxes.
There are lots of gloomy stories out there about the graduate job market, but how does this match up to the stats? HECSU’s Charlie Ball discusses the latest graduate labour market figures on the Guardian careers blog.