A career in insurance? Really?
Insurance may not be your first choice of career, but it’s not all about men in grey suits. What if working in insurance could take you all around the world, help those most vulnerable, or have a major positive impact on climate change? What if there are more opportunities in a career in insurance than you could have imagined?
Why work with us?
Endsleigh is part of the Howden Group, the world’s largest independent retail broker network. The videos below give you an idea of the huge opportunities open to you working in areas such as mental health, the environment and CSR as well as insurance. Work with us and you’ll be part of a team that goes #beyondbroking and gives its people the freedom to explore and innovate, so you can build your own path to success.
Doing good in the education and youth market’
Almost 60 years providing solutions to the education and youth market, charity and not-for-profit sectors.
Plenty of career options’
A wide range of career options are available from human resources, legal and compliance to research and insights, account management, design, marketing and business development.
Our corporate social responsibility programme
Opportunities to make a real difference through our corporate social responsibility programme, or working with charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Not just insurance
We’re not just about insurance. You could work for our mental health and wellbeing teams aimed at making a real difference for university students and pupils aged 11-18 years old.
A wide range of benefits
Flexible working, excellent wellbeing and benefits package, and loads of fun social events to enjoy.
Be part of a fantastic team
Join a team that’s driven by great values, puts its people first and champions personal development.
Check out our latest podcast episode
What if insurance could help those most in need.
Gill and Darren from Howden discuss their experience of Lloyds of London, how they are still learning, how to grow a team, insuring against disasters, hijacking of ships by pirates, and working with the UN.