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8. October 2021
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Are you recently qualified with a degree in Maritime Law or have other relevant maritime background and are interested in working in the field of marine insurance? You might be our next trainee in Team Gothenburg.
Our operation is divided into four teams, and one of them is located in Gothenburg. Each team is responsible for members (clients) within a certain geographical area and delivers top quality services in relation to the insurance classes offered. The claims executives are responsible for investigating and handling claims and for providing advice to members regarding insurance cover and nautical as well as legal matters related to the insurance classes offered.
Work Description
As a Trainee, you will assist the claims executives generally, and you will be introduced to and practice in the following areas:P&I RulesFD&D RulesHull & Machinery Insurance conditions and clausesInvestigating claimsAssessing proper reservesAppointing surveyors and other representatives and reviewing reportsAssessing liabilityNegotiating with opponentsAdjusting claims
As a member of The Swedish Club’s staff, we can promise an international and stimulating business environment. Ships trading on a worldwide basis constantly offer new situations, and a changing legal environment puts increasing demands on the insurance. As a result, we offer a service characterised by high skills and a professional approach. Our core values – proactive, committed and reliable – are important guiding stars in our daily work.
Place of work and period of traineeship
The place of work is our head office in Gothenburg. The traineeship starts at the latest in January 2021 and lasts for one year. A trainee salary will be paid. Please note that you will have to arrange your own accommodation.Qualifications
The trainee position is offered to those of you who are recently qualified with a degree in Law (including Maritime Law) or other relevant marine education. An understanding of marine insurance or nautical matters is a benefit. You are required to speak English fluently and express yourself accurately in writing.
We are looking for a service-minded and open person with a positive attitude and a proactive work style.
Applications, together with a CV and exam certificates, should be sent to

The Swedish Club before 15 October 2021 at the very latest. Applications received after this date will not be considered.
For further information, please go to www.swedishclub.com or feel free to contact
Head of Claims P&I, FD&D: Victor Johansson, +46 31 638 454 or

Director HR: Britta Patriksson, +46 31 638 483.