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    Job title: Risk Control Manager

    Salary: £75,000 – £85,000 DOE

    Location: Birmingham – Hybrid working available

    Purpose of role:


    Our client is seeking to recruit a regional Risk Control Manager. You’ll be supporting the achievement of company income and profit objectives by delivering an efficient, and technically proficient, survey and risk management service to underwriters and customers.

    Key responsibilities:


    • Execute surveys for Trade Hazard Codes 1 to 6 with a combined Material Damage/Business Interruption TSI of £25 million
    • Conduct new business, renewal, and post-loss surveys aligned with Company principles, generating reports and suggesting risk improvements within service timelines
    • Provide timely feedback to Underwriters on risk-related factors influencing underwriting decisions
    • Oversee the operational region’s workload in collaboration with the Underwriting Director to ensure efficient survey services
    • Delegate authority to reporting Risk Control Surveyors as necessary for surveys exceeding standard limits
    • Lead, motivate, and develop Risk Control Surveyors under supervision, facilitating technical skill enhancement through training and guidance
    • Stay updated on relevant technical and legal matters and share pertinent information to keep the Risk Control Team, reporting Surveyors, and regional underwriting staff informed
    • Conduct audits of reporting Risk Control Surveyors to uphold technical standards and identify training requirements
    • Foster collaboration with other departments, particularly Claims, Underwriting, and Sales teams



    • 10+ years of professional surveying experience
    • Exceptional interpersonal and leadership abilities
    • Proficient in navigating local insurance and risk management landscapes
    • Holds certifications in CIP, ACII, AIRM, and NEBOSH
    • Technical proficiency in fire protection and security systems, both physical and electronic
    • Specialised knowledge in trade processes and fire hazard identification
    • Skilled in business interruption assessment and business continuity planning
    • Proficient in risk assessment, control, and loss prevention strategies
    • Familiarity with Health and Safety laws and procedures
    • Authorised to work in the UK

    If you have the relevant experience or know someone that does please contact us now on 0212 272 3292 or email us at emily@lawesgroup.co.uk


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