Insurance Internship - Bristol
Protecting what matters most for millions of people
Do you enjoy building relationships with people, and want to develop your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping others plan for their future? If so, then join our Insurance internship and gain valuable work-experience to build your future career.
Lloyds Banking Group’s insurance business, including Scottish Widows, help millions of home insurance, investment, savings, life-cover, and pensions customers. We’re looking for problem-solvers, who are great at building relationships to join us.
What does it all mean?
A 10-week paid internship that will provide you with insights into how we build client relationships and develop products to help people protect what matters to them. It’s an exciting opportunity for you to discover more about your strengths, talents and interests – and the variety of career opportunities available to you in our financial services group.
- Gain insights into building relationships with a variety of insurance clients
- Help research our customers’ needs
- Experience leading change projects
What’s in it for me?
The scale of Lloyds Banking Group means there are many opportunities for you to learn and grow your career. From day one, we’ll support your development and help you prepare for the future world of work. You’ll learn how to network across a huge organisation and use technology to make a difference on a national scale.
Benefits? There are plenty…
- £18,000 p.a. pro rata
- 5 days holiday over the 10 weeks
- Mentorship from experience business leaders
- Learning and development opportunities, such as digital innovation sessions and TED-style talks
- Wellbeing support
I’m interested. Do I need a background in finance?
Not with us. If you’re in your penultimate year of study, and on track to receive a 2:2 degree in any subject, from any university, then we’d love to hear from you.
Join us and be empowered to make an impact in your own way.
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