Berkley

  • Assistant Underwriter

    Location Name IL, Chicago - 311 S. Wacker Drive - Suite 3225
    ID
    2018-1797
    Date Posted
    2 months ago(8/28/2018 1:38 PM)
    Company
    Berkley Alliance Managers
    Primary Location
    US-IL-Chicago
    Category
    Underwriting
  • Company Details

     

    Berkley Alliance Managers, or "Berkley Alliance," specializes in professional liability insurance products and services for the Design Professional, Construction Professional and Certified Public Accounting industries.

     

    For more information about Berkley Construction Professional, please visit www.berkleycp.com

    Responsibilities

    Berkley Construction Professional (BCP), a Division of Berkley Alliance Managers, has an excellent opportunity for an Assistant Underwriter.  The overall objective of the Assistant Underwriter role is to contribute towards building a profitable portfolio of Construction Professional Liability and Pollution Liability business.   The successful candidate will provide technical support to underwriting staff through execution of the following core responsibilities:

    • Organize, analyze and input relevant underwriting analysis information into all required systems
    • Prepare written risk analysis reports for the review of underwriters
    • Recommend pricing and policy structures for the review of underwriters
    • Prepare draft quote proposals for the review of underwriters
    • Prepare, quality control review and issue quotes and binders
    • Prepare, quality control review and issue policies
    • Prepare, quality control review and issue endorsements
    • Assist with training of the new hire UAs
    • Assist with completing quality reviews for new hire UAs
    • Handle special projects as needed

     

    Qualifications

    • Chicago Metro area location
    • Minimum of 5 years of Commercial Insurance experience with either an insurance carrier or insurance brokerage/agency
    • Minimum of 2 years of experience with Construction Professional Liability or Pollution Liability insurance products
    • Associates Degree from an accredited community college;
    • Strong oral and written communication skills;
    • Critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills;
    • Ability to identify, gather and organize information and articulate salient findings;
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint); and
    • Ability to learn and leverage computer software applications and technologies.

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