Graduate Opportunity

Graduate Analyst

Cardiff

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Admiral is looking for graduates (including those who are due to graduate in summer 2019) with at least a 2:1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification in Maths (or another subject that has a strong numeric focus) to join the Pricing, Rating and Data teams of our multi-award-winning business at its global headquarters in the centre of Cardiff.

We have consistently been recognised as one of the best companies to work for in the UK and we are now looking for enthusiastic, ambitious and committed graduates to join us as we expand into exciting new products and services.

As part of our rapidly growing business, graduates at Admiral enjoy fantastic opportunities for career progression as well as our unique employee ownership model which includes a free share scheme open to all staff (after a year of service).

This means there is an added incentive to make a difference to the future of our business and make our business your business!

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We are now recruiting for the following departments:

  • UK Pricing (Motor, Home, Van, Telematics, etc)
  • Data Science
  • Fraud Data
  • Rating
  • Pricing Test Analysts.

These are the essential skills we’re looking for:

  • 2.1 or above in mathematical discipline
  • The ability to combine analytical thinking based on numbers together with common sense and imagination
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • A willingness to dive into detail.

This is where a career with Admiral could take you:

UK Pricing
Pricing is responsible for setting the rates which create competitive prices for our car and van insurance customers. Graduates in these teams are given the chance to get involved with everything from running pricing models using statistical tools, understanding the numbers within those models, and ultimately making proposals for potential improvements to the rating structure of our products and other business critical decision-making processes.

Analytics (Data Science and Fraud Data)
Analytics utilises Admiral’s data and technology to drive profits in all parts of the Group, making suggested changes to processes and procedures. Data scientists in these teams work on leveraging data to keep Admiral Group ahead of the curve. They work on projects across Admiral’s product portfolio and across different geographical entities.

Rating
The Rating engine is used to calculate the annual premium for Admiral’s motor, van, household and ancillary products, and to generate any system rules. The programmers in the rating area get involved with many projects within the business and work closely with members of both the pricing and data teams. They implement changes to our rating structure on a constant basis whilst ensuring quality is maintained. An area of this team is committed to testing and quality and they have the opportunity to learn and develop test automation skills.

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Opportunity Overview

  • February 24th, 2019
  • Competitive + benefits
  • 2:1 and above
  • Cardiff
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Disciplines accepted...

  • All STEM disciplines

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