Careers with BWCI Group
What do we do?
We are a professional group of actuaries and consultants. We provide a wide range of financial consultancy and administration services to local and international pension schemes and insurance company clients.
What career opportunities are there?
We believe that to get the best from our colleagues we have to be the best, and as we are a truly multi-disciplinary firm we employ a wide range of professional skills. Thus we seek motivated people to train as:-
- Actuaries – Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
- Accountants – Associate of Certified Chartered Accountants
- Insurance Professionals – Associate of Chartered Insurance Institute
- Pensions Professionals – Associate of Pensions Management Institute
- Trust Professionals – Trust and Estate Practitioner
- Company Secretaries – Associate of Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators
- Chartered Financial Analysts – CFA Institute
What educational background should you have?
For training for the range of professions above, we normally seek at least good “A” Levels and in particular we recruit graduates from a wide range of disciplines.
What are the rewards?
As a professional organisation, we aim to attract the highest quality staff in the Channel Islands and therefore remunerate accordingly.
Do we have a bursary scheme?
The BWCI Group’s undergraduate Bursary Scheme has been specially designed to support local students wishing to study for a degree at university. As well as providing financial support, our bursary students will participate in a structured training programme during their summer vacations, for the duration of their course. The bursary is £1,800 pa and would be payable in three termly instalments of £600 whilst you are at university. Click here to find out more
All applications made either speculatively or in response to advertised vacancies will be kept confidential.
BWCI do not undertake any automated selection process for recruitment. All information provided in the form of a CV or covering letter, be it on paper or electronically submitted, speculatively or for a specific advertised vacancy will be destroyed in keeping with the following timeframe.Candidates not invited for interview – immediately once confirmation of the non-selection has been made.
Candidates invited for interview but not selected – 6 months after notification of non-selection has been made.
Candidates offered a position but choose not to take it up – 6 months after declining the role.
Candidates offered a position and subsequently employed – 6 years after termination of employment.
When a CV is submitted, it is passed only to the recruiting manager(s) involved in the recruitment to the specific position to which it refers. Any processing in relation to any other position will only proceed with the explicit consent of the candidate.
We may from time to time ask candidates to undertake skills testing or psychometric testing as part of a recruitment and selection process. In this case the results from those tests will only be used to inform the selection process, and will be retained in line with the time frames specified above.
It is not the policy of BWCI to screen prospective employees via social media channels, however, we may review a candidates LinkedIn profile.
If you have any questions relating to how we process applications for employment please contact Alison Hawkins, Senior Manager, HR.