Policy Advisor Economics and Statistics
Insurance Europe is the European insurance and reinsurance federation. Through its 35 member bodies - the national insurance associations - Insurance Europe represents all types of insurance and reinsurance undertakings, eg pan-European companies, monoliners, mutuals and SMEs. Insurance Europe, which is based in Brussels, represents undertakings that account for around 95% of total European premium income. Insurance makes a major contribution to Europe’s economic growth and development. European insurers generate premium income of €1 200bn, directly employ 985 000 people and invest nearly €9 900bn in the economy.
For our personal insurance, general insurance & macroeconomics department, we are looking for a (m/f) Policy advisor Economics and Statistics.
- Organises and executes the collection of key figures and statistics about the European insurance sector, covering all insurance related areas (e.g. life, motor, health, pensions, reinsurance);
- Performs data-analysis and prepares analytical reports, with view to producing quarterly and annual reporting on developments and trends about the European insurance and reinsurance market; coordinates closely with national associations on the data-interpretation and analysis;
- Contributes to selected Insurance Europe publications such as “European Insurance in Figures” and “European Insurance Key Facts”; contributes to Insurance Europe’s policy making;
- Performs economic analysis and provides statistical expertise in view of joint projects with other departments. Cooperates closely with other members of the team in the analysis and reporting of results;
- Supports the work of the statistics committee and various other Insurance Europe working groups and committees;
- Assumes responsibility for contacts and coordination with external stakeholders, e.g. OECD, Eurostat and other relevant European/international organisations;
- Coordinates closely with and reports directly to the head of department.
- University degree in statistics and/or economic analysis;
- Experience with treatment of data and reporting about complex, quantitative issues;
- Very good analytical skills and proven ability to synthesise feedback; Ability to work independently and in a team;
- Excellent interpersonal skills (i.e. presentation and communication skills);
- Demonstrated ability to draft concise, clear policy papers on complex technical subjects, and to communicate the results to non-specialist audiences;
- Proven capacity to deliver high quality results on a timely basis with attention for detail;
- Excellent ICT skills.
We offer you a challenging and exciting position. You will work in a stimulating international environment, with numerous opportunities for personal development. You will have the possibility to participate in projects relating to the future of Europe’s insurance industry.
Please address application letters and curriculum vitae to Insurance Europe, Rue Montoyer 51, 1000 Brussels for the attention of Koen Ameye (e-mail: email@example.com).