As an elite Excess and Surplus Lines market, Nautilus Insurance Group offers commercial property and casualty insurance solutions to appointed wholesale surplus lines producers countrywide. We have specialized in providing these solutions for more than 35 years.
We have more flexible policy terms and premium rates on a non-admitted basis. Our focus is small to medium Property and Casualty risks on both an admitted and a non-admitted basis.
Our offerings are distributed through partnerships with appointed wholesale surplus lines producers. Our relationships are defined by mutual success, speed to market, customer-centric focus and an expanded appetite.
Coverage placed by Nautilus Insurance Group is provided by Nautilus Insurance Company and Great Divide Insurance Company, both W. R. Berkley Corporation members with A.M. Best (Superior) A+ XV ratings.
This position is responsible for teaching underwriting classes and acting as a subject matter expert for the Underwriting training team. Topics for classes include underwriting, coverage, risk and loss assessment, quoting new and renewal accounts, rating, business skills, and the use of underwriting systems. Training methods include instructor-led classes, both in-person and via WebEx. This position works closely with instructional designers and may have to periodically assist with the instructional design role for assigned classes. This position provides the technical underwriting knowledge needed to create new classes and update existing classes. Training is conducted in small and large group settings.
• Facilitates new and existing underwriting and business skills courses.
• Acts as a commercial underwriting subject matter expert and provides information needed for business skills classes.
• Works with the department instructional designers to design and develop courses and training programs. May periodically assume instructional design responsibilities for assigned classes.
• Administers testing and evaluation processes and assists in the monitoring of underwriter development.
Completes the necessary administrative work for classes including, but not limited to, coordinating announcements, scheduling, invitations and attendance.
• Preferred: A minimum of eight (8) years as a Commercial Underwriter handling general liability, property and excess liability lines of business.
• Experience as a trainer or facilitator.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Excellent attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects.
• Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer programs in a Windows environment, including Word, Excel and Power Point.
Bachelor's degree; or at least two years of experience in a business or related field; or an equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.