Careers officer role overview

The careers officer acts as the main point of contact for the career activities within your region. This is to ensure the development of strong and effective relationships with the key local education and careers communities including schools, careers services, government agencies and local organisations.

Main responsibilities

  • To provide informed advice on careers on all sectors of insurance and financial services by liaising with schools, colleges and universities.

  • To act as the main point of contact with the CII and its educational outreach activities.

  • To support the local career and education network with insurance and financial services careers expertise.

  • To support new or prospective industry entrants with career advice.

  • To organise relevant office visits and other careers functions as required.
The role of careers officer will normally be undertaken for a term of one year although the constitution of the local institute allows for a longer period.
The careers officer must be fully conversant with the CII’s examination and qualification structures, for additional information please speak to your Regional Membership Manager.

Central Support

Your Regional Membership Manager is your key contact - any support you require please get in touch and we can discuss how the team can help.

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