Leeds-based CPP Group UK undertakes major recruitment drive
A major recruitment drive is underway at the insurance product and services provider CPP Group UK, it is announcing today
CPP Group UK is actively recruiting for a significant number of senior and junior roles, several of which have been newly created after structural changes to the business development and operational teams. Available positions currently include those of Product Executive and Project and Change Executive, with more opportunities set to be announced in the coming weeks.
The team expansion comes after considerable growth in the company’s claims handling department, with a new Claims Manager and four further employees joining the team in the space of two months.
“These expansion plans are the natural next step for CPP Group UK after the growth we saw across the business last year – from the B&D acquisition to numerous deals in the MGA insurance space. Our agenda for 2021 is just as ambitious, encompassing new product launches and exciting initiatives. We’re therefore looking to enrich our team with individuals who can execute this change programme and help to further enhance our proposition.
“It’s important for us to build a team structure that gives room to support growth. Ever since the UK division of the PLC was re-launched, we’ve been establishing our reputation as the go-to ancillary products and services provider. This means that we have numerous opportunities across a range of departments, all of which are location agnostic and allow for home-working.
“The pandemic has thrown up innumerable challenges for many, but it has also given rise to flexible working practices that have enabled CPP to attract a wider and more diverse candidate pool. As an organisation, we firmly believe that to grow our business is to grow our people, regardless of differences in background.
“We know how important it is to invest in local talent and are proud to play our part in supporting the local economy and community any way we can during these challenging times.”