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Vacancy – Short-Term Insurance Underwriter

A vacancy has arisen for an Underwriter within the Short Term Insurance industry at our Contact Centre in Cape Town. The candidate should be of a strong personality with a passion for client services, excel in attention to detail, and aim to exceed expectations. We are looking for a team player who can operate well under pressure and embrace Treating Customers Fairly principles.


  • Minimum NQF4 qualification; be FAIS compliant
  • Regulatory Exam – Representative
  • Have a minimum of 2 years’ short term underwriting experience – Commercial & Personal Lines
  • Currently be a Representative on a Reps Register (not under supervision) for Sub Categories 1.2Personal Lines Insurance and 1.6 Commercial Lines Insurance
  • Matric
  • Status of CPD hours progress (for previous and current FSCA cycle)
  • Fluent in isiZulu and/or Xhosa
  • Up to date on Class of Business training (Personal and Commercial Lines)

A copy of all required documentation must accompany your application.

Responsibilities and duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for the overall underwriting processes
  • Timeous attendance to internal and external queries
  • Timeous follow through of leads
  • Timeous processing of renewals and sending relevant documentation to client
  • General reporting and servicing of clients

Should you be interested, and meet the minimum requirements, please submit your CV with supporting documents to Marius Marais at with the subject being “Scottfin Underwriter – Contact Centre” by no later than close of business, 22nd March 2021.

**Should you not hear from us within 2 weeks after the closing date (22nd March 2021), consider your application unsuccessful.

External applications/CV’s are invited, should a suitable candidate not be found from within the Company. Late applications will not be accepted.

**Please note that the Company will not entertain relocation costs**

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