Berkley

  • Sr. Account Executive, Energy Underwriter

    Location Name TX, Houston - 2107 CityWest Blvd
    ID
    2018-1950
    Date Posted
    3 weeks ago(10/1/2018 7:47 AM)
    Company
    Berkley Oil & Gas
    Primary Location
    US-TX-Houston
    Category
    Underwriting
  • Company Details

    Berkley Oil & Gas

     

    Berkley Oil & Gas (a Berkley Company) offers unique products and services tailored to the needs of the energy sector. Our customers recognize the importance of the expertise we provide and appreciate the opportunity to work with professionals who understand their business. We are in turn committed to delivering innovative products and exceptional service to our valued customers, agents, and brokers. Berkley Oil & Gas is dedicated in its efforts to be well-informed of the changing dynamics of the energy industry, and we support industry efforts to mitigate risks and hazards. We constantly seek ways to improve our products and services to meet the unique needs of our customers.

    Responsibilities

    The Senior Account Executive, Energy Underwriter will oversee and manage the underwriting process for a $15M book of highly complex and diverse energy risks, with a special focus on energy sustainability related risks. Using territorial and technical knowledge of oil and gas industry, lead the process of risk assessment, pricing and profitability, and exposure analysis of the energy accounts. In underwriting accounts, analyze related energy policy and energy economic issues. Develop and manage multiple large agency relationships, including growth and profitability goals of those agencies. Apply knowledge of a variety of complex pricing, rating and risk analysis tools and methodologies.

     

    Qualifications

    Our ideal candidate will have a Master's degree in energy policy, a minimum of three years' experience in energy casualty underwriting, coursework in  

    energy policy, energy sustainability, managing energy demand and energy economics. Must have experience with: 1) underwriting renewable energy risks (including wind, ethanol, solar, hydro and biomass); 2) managing small book ($5M) of renewable energy casualty insurance, including analyzing risk exposure, determining pricing, and monitoring account performance; and 3) managing and growing small agency relationships. Must be willing to travel 20% of the time.

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