• Premium Audit Analyst

    Location Name CA, San Diego - 9797 Aero Drive
    Date Posted
    3 weeks ago(11/15/2018 11:50 AM)
    Preferred Employers Insurance
    Primary Location
    US-CA-San Diego
  • Company Details

    Preferred Employers Insurance was founded in 1998. Today, the company has offices in San Diego and Walnut Creek, California and employs 135 team members who serve over 16,000 California businesses through partnerships with 135 of the best insurance brokers in the state of California. We’re known for responsiveness and accessibility, consistent pricing and underwriting and for delivering a best in class claims result utilizing our exclusive network of medical providers.  Our purpose is to provide customers with the best combination of medical provider services and affordable workers' compensation insurance that is available.  Our goal is to become the most trusted and respected workers compensation carrier in California. 


    Preferred Employers Insurance is a member of the W. R. Berkley Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, and voted one of the Best Places to Work by San Diego Business Journal four years in a row!


    Our premium audit team has a history of success, achieving high marks in the industry.  Do you have some experience in premium audit and want to work with a great team focused on customer service and continuous improvement? Come join our premium audit team and take your career to the next level!  No field audit experience required. 


    The Audit Analyst is responsible for accurately reviewing final audits. The primary role of the Audit Analyst will be to maintain and improve the audit department by performing the following duties: applying company audit guidelines as well as those of the California Workers’ Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan, answering audit specific questions for policyholders, providing customer service support, analyzing final audits, resolving final audit disputes, assigning policies to be field audited, performing and reviewing physical audits, new business QC, communicating with the independent auditors as needed and any other general duties or projects as assigned and deemed necessary.





    • Apply company audit guidelines as well as those of the California Workers’ Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan.
    • Analyze final audits to ensure the appropriate premiums are being charged to the policyholders.
    • Perform/Review physical audits as necessary.
    • Notify Underwriting of any potential issues discovered at final audit.
    • Resolve final audit disputes
    • Answer customer service calls including specific, detailed audit related questions.



    • Bachelor’s degree
    • 1-3 years prior experience in field related to or directly involved with Workers’ Compensation
    • Proficient in MS Word & Excel
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Self-motivated and enthusiastic
    • Must be well organized and able to work under time constraints



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