Insurance is the business of helping people, communities and businesses to manage risk. In a rapidly evolving world, the risks our clients face are changing daily – presenting new challenges and opportunities to grapple with.
Doing the best by our clients mean building and attracting teams of diverse skills and personalities.
Because nothing stands still, we can’t either. Whether your thing is numbers, words, problem-solving, organising, creating or selling, can you help us keep innovating and delivering beautifully designed insurance?
"We look for people with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to be empowered at work and take ownership for their decisions."
Whether you’re at the beginning of your career or looking for a change in direction, our teams require a rich mix of skills and experience.
Whether you’re experienced in the industry or just embarking on your career, we have a range of opportunities for you. Click to find out more about some of the teams at Beazley, what they do and how you could fit in.
Celebrating US Black History Month at Beazley
To mark US Black History Month, Beazley’s race, culture and ethnicity inclusion network RACE@Beazley has organised a series of events throughout February aimed at connecting colleagues around the globe and inviting them to join in remembrance, reflection and celebration.
"We want Beazley to be a place where you can truly be you"
Attracting diverse talent, building multi-disciplinary teams and creating an inclusive culture and that is true to our values is how we build success now and for the future.
Inclusion & Diversity
At Beazley we firmly believe that having an inclusive and diverse workplace will support us in our ambitions to outperform the markets in our chosen areas of business.
Our values are Being bold, Striving for better and Doing the right thing. They inspire the way we work from how we engage with our stakeholders and colleagues to how we design our workspaces, treat our customers and behave as a responsible business - to name a few.
Corporate social responsibility
We’re passionate about being a responsible business, and a key part of that is minimising our environmental impact in the places in which we operate. We’re focused on making our offices efficient, working with suppliers to make our procurement sustainable and engaging our people to help achieve our goals.
"Work the way that works for you"
The decision to accept a new career challenge hinges on many factors and at Beazley we want to try and make that choice a little easier. In addition to your salary or hourly rate, we offer a generous package of benefits which has recently been refreshed to be more inclusive than ever.
At Beazley, our benefits should be the same for employees regardless of country, wherever possible.
We understand that sometimes we won’t be able to do that due to local laws, customs and practices but we would like to strive to treat all our employees consistently fairly wherever they work.
We provide choice and flexibility as well as stability and security to help our people no matter what stage of their life journey they are at.
Your overall package will take into account different local employment laws and practices, and we try to make them fair and attractive wherever in the world you work. Our benefits include:
- annual leave/ PTO and flexible religious holidays
- six full months of parental leave globally
- medical insurance
- commuter benefits
- lifestyle reimbursement
- smart working
- remote office set up allowance
- inclusion support and guidance
- free lunch
- retirement plan/pension contributions
- life assurance
- sabbatical leave
- support for exams, degree and qualifications
- financial wellbeing support
- Beazley shares and share savings plan
We know that the small things also matter. For example, we have healthy snacks available in every office for everyone to enjoy and match funding/ volunteer leave for those who want to make a difference.
Ways of working
Our people also benefit from our flexible ways of working - whether that’s in one of our offices designed for ‘activity based working’, the (lack of) formal dresscode or where and when we choose to work.
Activity based working (ABW) is about how people interact in our physical spaces. How we engage with colleagues and clients. How we seek and share knowledge. A number of our offices have been designed specifically for ABW working. These locations provide a variety of settings to accommodate the different activities and the optimal conditions for doing them.
We also have other ways of working at Beazley:
- Where you work - working all day inside the office is not always the most productive way to do business, especially globally. That’s why we allow flexibility so you can work where suits you. We view flexibility as a two-way relationship, looking at what works for individuals but also for the business to remain successful. For example there may be times when you are needed to come into the office, attend events face to face or travel etc. Teams are empowered and trusted to do this in a way that works for their clients, team and the business.
- When you work – we trust you to flex your time each day to deliver excellence to your stakeholders, support our culture of collaboration as well as giving you more ownership of your day.
- Dress for the day – you’re in control of what you wear to work based on your day ahead.
Simply, our approach to flexibility is designed to give you choices about how, when and where you work. After all, we want to make sure you enjoy your day and are empowered to do the best job you can.
I have submitted an application, but I have not heard back?
Upon submittal of your CV/resume, an email will be generated to you to ensure that we are in receipt. If your CV/resume is a fit, you will be contacted to arrange an initial interview. Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we receive, it is difficult to contact you if you are not suitable for the role. However we take your application seriously and if we identify a fit, you will be called. We encourage you to continue to visit our website to find vacancies.
Do you offer internships?
Since 2007 Beazley has taken part in the City of London Business Traineeship programme funded by a charity called The Brokerage. The programme forges links between companies within the City of London and talented individuals from the surrounding boroughs who would not necessarily have access to jobs in the city.
As part of the programme, we offer paid internship placements during the summer lasting around ten weeks, giving students access to the corporate environment, an insight into the insurance world and the opportunity to learn vital business skills. This is a partnership that works really well, not only for the students but also for us, as we have seen interns from the programme, return as employees.
In 2015 we expanded this globally and now have hosted interns in our San Francisco, New York and Farmington offices.
“Lloyd’s has supported The Brokerage CityLink summer placement programme for many years, providing opportunities and jobs for bright, young Londoners from inner city boroughs. Beazley has also got on-board and since 2007 have built the number of paid summer internships it offers for talented local sixth form students to eight in 2015. They have consciously collaborated with other syndicates – willingly sharing their ideas, resources and experience. I am delighted that they are one of the companies in the Lloyd’s market helping to bring in new and diverse talent to the industry.” Inga Beale, Chief Executive, Lloyd’s
Do you offer relocation/can I apply for a role in a location different to where I currently live?
Before applying for a role where this may be a factor, please contact BeazleyRecruitment@beazley.com to find out more and discuss options.
When can I start?
Our roles may have immediate or imminent start dates. Start dates will be discussed during your face-to-face interview or at your assessment centre.
I am interested in more than one position, can I apply for more than one role?
Absolutely. Please apply for whatever roles you feel suited to. All we ask is that you tailor your application appropriately.
Can I still apply if the vacancy I am interested in is no longer being advertised?
Once a vacancy has been removed from our website it means we are no longer accepting application forms for that vacancy.
How much notice do I need to give to cancel/rearrange my interview?
The more notice you can give us the better. If you know you will be unable to attend at the time booked please contact a member of the recruitment team to discuss your options.
Beazley are an equal opportunities employer and as such, we will make reasonable adjustments to our selection process for candidates that indicate that, owing to disability, our arrangements might otherwise disadvantage them. If you have a disability, including dyslexia or other non-visible ones, which you believe may affect your performance in selection, please advise us in good time and we’ll make reasonable adjustments to our processes for you.