A Business Analyst can work across various areas within an insurance company. Excluding IT specific roles, a Business Analyst will usually sit within the Claims or Underwriting team in an insurance company. The Business Analyst will work closely with Underwriters, Actuaries and Claims Managers in highlighting trends, compiling the data and presenting reports to senior management. The Business Analyst will use the data and identifying and suggest ways to improve processes and procedures. A Business Analyst can demand a salary from €30,000 for an entry level position to €60,000 plus for a technical specialist. Although there is no specific qualification required for a Business Analyst, the Certified Insurance Practitioner qualification, and more recently, a Data Analytics qualification would be considered desirable by several insurance companies.
Ireland is an island situated to the north-west of continental Europe and is renowned throughout the world for its culture, heritage and landscape. With bustling cities and historic towns this cosmopolitan island has much to offer. And with a maximum length of 486km and a width of 280 km, it’s relatively easy to explore the whole country.
Ireland is European headquarters to over 1,000 U.S. companies including the top 10 U.S. Internet companies, which include Google, Twitter, Facebook and others.
In recent years Dublin has been found to be the best city to live in in Europe and the second best in the world for Americans to live in