What makes Beazley different?

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.

Doing the best for our clients means building and attracting teams with diverse skills and personalities. Our purpose at Beazley is to inspire our clients and people with the confidence and freedom to explore, create and build – to enable people and businesses to thrive. 

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 clients and behave as a responsible business - just to name a few. 

Ways of working

We look for people with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to be empowered at work and take ownership for their decisions. 

Whether your at the beginning of your career or looking for a change in direction, our teams require a rich mix of skills and experience. 

Learn more
Ways of working

FAQs

In the US we have a formal graduate programme called our Accelerated Underwriting Training Programme, designed to take participants on a one-year journey to building the skills and knowledge needed to become underwriters at Beazley to help us achieve our growth ambitions.

We also consider ad hoc internships globally.  To find out more about the programme or internships please contact; BeazleyRecruitment [at] beazley.com

Before applying for a role where this may be a factor, please contact BeazleyRecruitment [at] beazley.com to find out more and discuss options.

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.

Absolutely. Please apply for whatever roles you feel suited to. All we ask is that you tailor your application appropriately.

Once a vacancy has been removed from our website it means we are no longer accepting application forms for that vacancy.

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.

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.

Equal Opportunity

We 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.