Brit Insurance • London

Senior Analyst (Research & Development)

Employment type:  Full time

2–3 days/week at home

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Job Description

We’re looking for a Senior Analyst (Research & Development)

About Brit

At Brit, we believe that the uncertainty of the future should never stand in the way of progress. That’s why we exist. To help people and businesses face the future and thrive. We are change-makers enabled by a global workforce who collaborate to deliver a risk service. A team empowered to help our customers not only to survive the risks they face, but to stay on the front foot and keep moving forward. We believe the uncertainty of tomorrow isn’t something to fear but to seize; that it’s full of potential. Not only for our customers but our employees too.

We might write the future of risk for our brokers and clients, but we would love to help you write your future at Brit: a future based on not just progressing but on thriving – both professionally and emotionally. If you’re looking for a place to make a real difference read on.

About You

You’ll work closely with Brit’s Head Of Risk Aggregation and other members of the Research & Development team to develop Brit’s knowledge of catastrophe risk and the implementation of technology to support Brit’s commercial operations.

You’ll also be responsible for the continuous development of the business’ understanding of its risk profile through two key pillars;
The ownership and development of the Brit View of Risk to ensure the view of catastrophe risk used across the business is robust and reflects the latest science (including relating to climate change)
The management and development of external and internal tools related to Risk Aggregation to deliver best-in-class processes and analytics across the team and business.

Ideally you will be Educated to degree level with additional post graduate qualifications gained through either further academic study (e.g. Masters, PhD or equivalent working research experience) in a relevant discipline (e.g. seismology, engineering, meteorology, hydrology, computer science) or professional qualifications

Also, this role will benefit from Previous experience in the Lloyd’s/London Market gained through your previous roles.

The role

The Regulatory Reporting team is responsible for the timely and accurate preparation and submission of statutory returns for Lloyd’s (including Solvency II returns) and the BMA, and statutory accounts for Brit’s Lloyd’s Syndicates and Syndicate related legal entities. The primary purpose of this role is to prepare for these requirements, training and mentor direct report/s whilst providing assistance and support to the Senior Manager in fulfilling their responsibilities.


This opportunity comes along with a competitive salary, 27 days annual leave along with optional private medical insurance, on target bonus and strong employer’s contributory pension. We also operate in a hybrid working capacity meaning you can collaborate in the London office and work from home.

We welcome everyone wholeheartedly

We’ve got a truly diverse, genuinely inclusive work environment. We comfortably and confidently bring our whole selves to work, because we know we’ll be respected, valued, and accepted whoever we are. Our Employee Resource groups are safe spaces for people to share their experiences, aspirations and suggestions about how we do things.

Company benefits

Shared parental leave
Enhanced paternity leave
Enhanced maternity leave
Adoption leave
Health insurance
Dental coverage
Non-contributory pension
Annual bonus
Share options
Season ticket loan
Life assurance
Cycle to work scheme
Faith rooms
Pregnancy loss leave
Fertility treatment leave
Carer’s leave
Open to job sharing
Open to part time work for some roles
Gym membership
Compassionate leave
Menstrual leave
Bank holiday swaps
Volunteer days
Employee assistance programme
Salary sacrifice
Charity donation scheme
L&D budget
Enhanced sick pay
Enhanced sick days
Mental health platform access

We asked employees of Brit Insurance how satisfied they were with flexible working, and this is what they told us

Employees are largely happy with their working location freedom
Employees are largely happy with the flexibility in the hours they work
Employees are largely happy with the benefits their company offers
Work-life balance
Employees feel that they can switch off quite easily from work
Role modelling
Employees feel that most people work flexibly
Employees feel that they can mostly manage how they get their own work done
Working at Brit Insurance

Company employees

Approximately 650

Gender diversity (male:female)

Approximately 2:1

Office locations

London & Bermuda

Hiring Countries

United Kingdom