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Company Berkley Agribusiness
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
The Assistant Vice President-Risk Control provides strategic direction, coordination and evaluation of the entire Risk Control function.  Proactively participates with the senior management team and functional department staff in developing and executing strategic plans to meet business objectives.  Leads all strategic business processes and supporting programs that identify, measure, and monitor risks and exposures for Claims and Underwriting departments. Additionally, this position is charged with balancing resources across operating departments for Field Operations and Technical Services, as required and productivity standards dictate.   Creates a positive work environment between all functional areas of the organization and closely coordinates with the leadership of the Underwriting and Claims functional areas to ensure enterprise alignment and strategy.   An important aspect of this role is the design and maintenance of the enterprise system that supports all Risk Control functions, including reporting, productivity and balancing resources among various departments and operating units in accordance to demand. - Responsible for key deliverables to the senior leadership team such as management reporting of risk assessments, development and implementation of appropriate and improved policies, procedures, productivity measures and quality measures. Additionally, directs special projects and investigative studies for both the Field Operations and Technical Services areas to continuously improve the expertise, service delivery approach and organization within the industry. - Directly responsible for achieving annual budget, managing expenses, FTE and productivity. Assists with developing and is responsible for achieving the annual business plan through the selection, development, mentoring, and retention of talent.  Provides frequent and specific constructive feedback to staff.  Provides technical advice, direction and mentoring to staff. - Through others, manages geographic and line of business mix to develop a sound book of business and achieve profitability objectives; ensuring delivery of timely, high quality and profitable products and services throughout the portfolio. - Oversees relations with the appropriate regulatory agencies and ensure awareness and compliance of all regulations. - Advises at senior level on Risk Control issues relating to on-going and future operational issues throughout the organization. - Directs the management of vendor performance and relationships. - Plans, allocates and manages financial budget by anticipating expenditures, accurately forecasting resource needs/costs and properly accounting for expenses to meet requirements and achieve fiscal responsibility. - Directly manages staff within the Risk Control Department.  Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
ID
2020-3934
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Loc2
MN, Minneapolis - 222 S 9th Street - Suite 2500
Loc3
MO, Chesterfield - 14755 North Outer Forty
Loc4
IL, Chicago - 230 W Monroe
Company Berkley Program Specialists
Location Name KY, Lexington - 230 Lexington Green Circle
Provides technical and authoritative support, as well as effective management, for all underwriting/administrative initiatives in the accomplishment of the corporation’s financial, strategic and business plan objectives as respects to the Equine/Cattle Program.   - On animal mortality referrals that exceed the Agent’s underwriting authority, AVP Reviews applications and required underwriting documents. Determines acceptability of risk in accordance with company guidelines and standards.  Also, determines the need for additional evidence of insurability, justification of limits and the need for any health information for the coverage being requested.  Places facultative reinsurance per Company reinsurance guidelines and up to approved limits of authority.  Consults with Sr. VP on facultative reinsurance limits above the AVP’s limit of authority.     - Notifies Agents of adverse underwriting decisions, rate appeals, underwriting requirements, status and declinations, cancellations, non-renewals and overall experience.   Recommend modifications to a program's underwriting guidelines or service standards when appropriate. Notifies Sr. VP of any potential issues or problems and recommends action on any unsatisfactory performance.   - Monitors rates, rules, and forms in Company rating and issuing systems and shared locations versus what is filed by BPS.  Notifies Sr. VP of any discrepancies between issuing system and shared locations and the filed forms   - Keeps current on state/territory issues and regulations, industry activity and trends.   Collaborates with other departments to support program(s) (i.e. regulatory, underwriting compliance, claims, actuarial).   - Distribute monthly premium and loss reports to all agents and all BEC staff.  Notifies Sr, VP of any issues in the reports.  Recommends action on any agents that have are under premium plan and/or have adverse loss experience.   -  Perform other duties as assigned.
ID
2020-3931
Primary Location
US-KY-Lexington
Loc2
GA, Atlanta - 2 Ravinia Drive - Suite 1000
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
The Marketing Communications Coordinator serves as a valued member of CWGs Marketing Team. Creates and edits content for use across all platforms, including internet, e-mail, print and social media. They will be tasked to continue to hone the voice of CWG though the creation of communications. Supports the company through the coordination of consistent branding and marketing messages. Works in collaboration with marketing team members to push a cohesive brand voice and message. - Updates and manages marketing content calendar.  - Coordinates, creates and posts social media within established guidelines by W.R. Berkley and Continental Western Group.  - Works with internal SMEs to create/edit product and service collateral and craft through leadership materials including articles, white papers and webinars.  - Creates and Updates web content to ensure the most current and updated data is available on-line.   - Gains appropriate approval on content from the impacted functional departments.  - Integrates activities with the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform creating efficiencies and marketing automation where possible.  
ID
2020-3927
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Company Intrepid Direct Insurance
Location Name KS, Overland Park - Lighton Plaza II Building
ID
2020-3926
Primary Location
US-KS-Overland Park
Company W. R. Berkley Corporation
Location Name CT, Greenwich
The successful candidate will work closely with other ERM team members, other functions and senior management within corporate. The business focus of our ERM team also requires collaboration with colleagues across a range of disciplines in our operating companies.  Key responsibilities include: - WRBC Group risk assessment and modeling: - Responsible for the Group catastrophe “roll-up” ReMetrica simulation model, including: - Updating gross catastrophe exposures in the “roll-up” model for all of the Group’s operating units - Updating catastrophe reinsurance in the ”roll-up” model - Ensuring new catastrophe reinsurance structures are appropriately modeled - Assessment of the Group’s catastrophe reinsurance needs, provide insights into the effectiveness of a range of different possible structures in fulfilling these needs in a cost effective manner, and allocation of Group cat reinsurance technical costs to operating companies - Discussion of analysis and results with senior management in corporate including corporate segment EVPs (senior executives each with responsibility for multiple operating companies), and SVP – ceded reinsurance - Assisting in the assessment of cyber risk in the Group’s insurance products, including assessment of exposures, scenario modeling and “cyber catastrophe” modeling - Assisting in the assessment of climate risk in the Group’s insurance products, investment portfolio, and from an operational risk perspective - Collating and analyzing data and industry information to monitor risk - WRBC Group capital assessment and management - Peer review/update and enhance the Group required capital projection model, including the integration of appropriate stress scenarios - Peer review/update the Group capital allocation model and required capital model. This includes discussion of approach and results with Group CFO and Group Corporate Controller - Undertake ad hoc risk/reward reviews to support specific strategic decisions - Improve existing and develop new capital stress scenarios; develop processes to allow these scenarios to be assessed in a more efficient and timely manner - Risk reporting - Creating and presenting analyses and reports on specific key risk areas for the Group’s senior management - Produce ERM reports for rating agencies, and review terrorism and catastrophe reports - Support our international companies in their ERM reporting - Assist with/produce internal ERM reports and presentations for the WRBC ERM committee, Presidents’ meetings and Board meetings - Assist with the production of, and improvements, to the Group ORSA report - Other - Work closely with individual operating companies on specific risk related projects
ID
2020-3919
Primary Location
US-CT-Greenwich
Company Berkley Technology Services
Location Name DE, Wilmington
As a Software Engineer, you will be responsible for the technical implementation of the ecosystem – the tools to develop applications that work with Guidewire’s ClaimCenter, and how it fits in with our organizational strategy. In addition to being highly technical, you should be able to play a key role in code delivery and provide hands-on delivery guidance.   - Experience developing large, complex projects on the Guidewire ClaimCenter platform - Experience developing project components from ideation to execution - Must develop and execute unit test cases and conduct peer code reviews in the Guidewire platform - Ability to estimate effort needed to integrate new solutions/applications with other systems - Ability to propose creative technical solution to business problems
ID
2020-3914
Primary Location
US-DE-Wilmington
Company Berkley Alternative Markets Tech
Location Name VA, Manassas
The Digital Engineering team focuses highly on delivery; bringing simple solutions to complex user interactions. You will contribute to the creation and maintenance of a multitenant insurance portal, from the framework to the reusable components, which serves as a delivery conduit for digital engagement. From understanding user journeys to implementing interfaces and services, the Digital team creates and maintains highly satisfying experiences that can be reused across insurance brands.
ID
2020-3912
Primary Location
US-VA-Manassas
Company Berkley Asset Protection
Location Name NY, New York - 757 Third Ave - 10th Floor
Berkley Asset Protection, a Berkley company, is hiring for the position of Underwriting Analyst in its New York City office. The job location is New York City and reports to the Assistant Vice President of Underwriting.   About the job Our culture is one of innovation, creativity and teamwork. Our team is highly motivated, passionate about our business, and deeply experienced in developing and delivering product and service solutions to personal and commercial customers. This role will be responsible for providing support to Underwriting.   What you will do - Conduct deep dive research into customers and their risk characteristics - Prepare underwriting transactions, including renewals, new lines and endorsements - Review and follow up for required documentation and signatures - Process administrative changes including broker of record, non-renewals, cancelations, reinstatements and other changes - Complete quotes on business submitted by agents and brokers - Complete data entry and/or upload of large schedules and other data - Resolve discrepancies from third party data reports - Projects and other work as assigned
ID
2020-3904
Primary Location
US-NY-New York
Company Berkley Prime Transportation
Location Name CT, West Hartford - 433 S Main Street
Berkley Prime Transportation has a new opportunity for an Assistant Underwriter to join our team!  This role will provide excellent customer service, clerical assistance, support, and assistance to the Underwriting staff, Brokers, and Managing General Agents.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Collect data, review, analyze, and rate new and renewal business (all states, multi-line) to provide a work up for the Underwriter - Navigate in rating and issuance systems for Truck business (all states, multi-line) - Issue policies in policy issuance system before the end of each month - Review policies to ensure they are issued based upon the terms and conditions outlined by the Underwriter - Examine and evaluate documents including declarations, applications, signed forms, MVRs, and all amendments to policies to ensure compliance with established company underwriting guidelines - Interpret and analyze underwriting manuals/guidelines, rating manuals, forms, and workflows for commercial lines business - Maintain knowledge of technical underwriting process and/or research information if needed;  participate in ongoing training as necessary - Handle various requests and/or inquiries from General Agents, Retailers, Insureds and/or Underwriters through phone, in person, and written correspondence - Provide routine servicing of policies as needs arise including drafting of endorsements - Order various underwriting reports to compile data for the Underwriters - Inform Underwriters of any underwriting issues immediately - Perform administrative duties for the department including writing reports and business correspondence - Meet with new agents for training; may include attending lunches or dinners off-site - Provide back-up services for others in the department
ID
2020-3903
Primary Location
US-CT-West Hartford
Company Berkley Fire & Marine Underwriters
Location Name TN, Nashville - 25 Century Blvd
  Join us as an Inland Marine Territory Underwriting Manager who will develop regional and local Business Strategic, Tactical and Operational plans. Execute Action Plans, develop deep agency relationships, and represents the Company locally, regionally and on a national basis.  Partner with Sr. Management of the Company and Regional Companies to drive both growth and profitability. Place your mark in the development of Marine and Property strategic and tactical plans based on company plans, technological advances, and corporate plans and work within limits of authority requiring the highest degree of technical complexity and coordination. Our focus will be on complex property, marine risks and programs that will drive profitable growth.    Office Locations are: Nashville, TN/ Overland Park, KS (Kansas City Metro)/ Chicago, IL/ Southern California (Los Angeles Metro)/ Charlotte, NC/ or Pittsburg, PA.   Making an impact includes: - Building superior distribution partnerships with agents and brokers. Developing and implements sales plans to leverage profitable business growth. - Analyzing applications, determining acceptability of risk in accordance with Company guidelines and practices in order to make the appropriate underwriting decisions. Applying underwriting guidelines and appetite to risk selection and pricing. - Keeping current on state/territory issues and regulations, industry activity and trends and freely shares information with others. Negotiating with agents to reach positive and profitable outcomes. - Developing a diverse book of business consisting of varied inland marine and property classes of business, risk size and complexity.  Analyzing quality, quantity, and profitability of risks underwritten and preparing reports for management review. - Assisting in the management of the Inland Marine and Property business to achieve the goals and objectives established. Ensuring continued profitable growth.   - You may provide guidance and assistance to other underwriters and to other functional areas, particularly when related to cross-sell opportunities and providing assistance to underwriters requiring referrals due to the authority levels. - Collaborating with management on risks exceeding authority level or requiring special handling. Evaluating underwriting performance based on financial analysis including rate, reserve adequacy, operational execution, planning and product reviews. - Collaborating with Regional Companies in developing regional inland marine and property business plans. - Assisting with product development in creation of innovative products and service to introduce to the market. - Collaborating with business partners in Risk Control, Actuarial, Finance and Claims to driver profitable results and developing program opportunities. 
ID
2020-3893
Primary Location
US-TN-Nashville
Loc2
IL, Chicago - 230 W Monroe
Loc3
NC, Charlotte - 2127 Ayrsley Town Blvd
Loc4
Pennsylvania
Loc5
KS, Overland Park
Loc6
CA, Los Angeles
Company Berkley Net Underwriters
Location Name VA, Manassas
ID
2020-3886
Primary Location
US-VA-Manassas
Company Berkley Program Specialists
Location Name IL, Naperville
Participate in execution of the audit process including audit planning, control evaluation, issue resolution, due diligence and special projects.   Performs the assessment of internal controls over financial reporting and information systems to ensure compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act ('SOX').   - Perform the SOX assessment of internal controls over financial reporting and IT processes within the business unit at various intervals throughout the year.  - Participate in execution of audits including definition of scope, control evaluation, test activities, audit reporting, and issue resolution of current business partners and prospective business partners.  - Assist the organization by identifying and evaluating significant exposures to risk and contributing to the improvement of risk management and control systems. - Analyze and evaluate opportunities to strengthen internal controls and improve business processes (financial and operational). - Identify issues and work in partnership with business partners to resolve issues satisfactorily and communicate audit results with timely follow-up to ensure identified issues are resolved. - Complete various ad hoc analysis as needed.
ID
2020-3884
Primary Location
US-IL-Naperville
Company Berkley Agribusiness
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
Accepts, retains and prices agribusiness insurance risks of significant size or technical complexity in accordance with established underwriting guidelines and within delegated authority level.  Manages book of business to achieve profitable growth objectives by properly classifying and pricing risks; building strong internal and external business relationships; analyzing competitive marketing data, and developing, implementing and monitoring action plans as appropriate.  Serves as the point of contact for assigned agencies and is responsible for the agency relationship.  Serves as technical underwriting resource to staff and facilitates the placement of facultative reinsurances as needed.   - Assesses new commercial agribusiness insurance risks and determines accurate classification of business, policy contract forms and pricing of risk. Works within broad limits and authority on commercial underwriting accounts of significant size or high technical complexity.  Evaluates property (COPE) information, liability exposures, fleet and safety programs, loss history, financial reports, risk control reports, etc.  Accepts and prices risk in accordance with established underwriting guidelines and within delegated authority level.    - Reviews renewal accounts by examining business operations, classification, contract forms and loss activity. Determines if account is an acceptable risk or if it will be non-renewed.  Determines price in accordance with established underwriting guidelines and within delegated authority level.  Reviews accounts and endorsement requests exceeding Senior Underwriter, Underwriter or Underwriting Assistant’s authority level and takes appropriate procedural action.   - Develops, expands and/or enhances agency relationships to promote profitability and growth of new business and the retention of existing business. Travels and meets with agents and customers to enhance business relationships.  Educates agency staff on pricing, product set and risk selection philosophy.  Participates in the agency management process.  Assesses the strengths and weaknesses of agencies and assists them in achieving the mutual goal of sustained profitable growth.    - Identifies new business opportunities from the agency force to assess, quote, inspect and accept. Collaborates with Underwriting team, Risk Control, Claims, IT and Senior Management to create strong agency partnerships and build a profitable book of business.  Effectively manages book of business to achieve established profitability, growth and retention goals.    - Serves as a technical underwriting resource to underwriting staff and agents regarding products, coverages and rating procedures. Provides professional development knowledge and guidance to Senior Underwriters, Underwriters, Underwriting Assistants and other functional areas.    - Identifies and handles accounts that require placement of facultative reinsurance and facilitates placement through W.R. Berkley Corporation approved markets.
ID
2020-3881
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Company Berkley Oil & Gas
Location Name TX, Houston - 2107 CityWest Blvd
ID
2020-3879
Primary Location
US-TX-Houston
Loc2
CO, Englewood
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
The Underwriting Assistant role with CWG offers the unique opportunity to learn and grow within Commercial Underwriting.   This role works directly with a dedicated underwriting team and offers contact with team members and agents allowing for the progression of commercial knowledge.    - Supports Underwriter by reviewing incoming correspondence and applications to determine proper procedural action.  Examines information provided in the application and related resources to determine if risk meets established eligibility guidelines. Consults agent or obtains reports for Underwriter when additional information is necessary.  Routes risk-involved matters that are beyond assigned authority level to Underwriter for evaluation. Maintains established department service and quality standards.  - Prepares quotes or accepts and prices new commercial property/casualty accounts that meet established risk selection criteria and are within the Underwriting Assistant’s assigned authority level.     - Evaluates renewal commercial property/casualty accounts and endorsements, within authority level, by reviewing updated account information, claims experience, loss control surveys, risk acceptability and pricing.  Consults agent for additional information when necessary.  Within authority, determines if account will be renewed or cancelled.    - Develops and maintains professional, productive working relationships with agency force to encourage profitability, growth and good understanding of our Company’s pricing and risk selection philosophy.  Assists agents with questions regarding account.
ID
2020-3873
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 5th Floor
The Claims Superintendent will be responsible for handling a High Exposure pending for Excess and Surplus lines carrier, cases involving Products, Habitational, Contractors, (including but not limited to New York Labor Law), and Liquor Liability matters. Responsibilities will include intense coverage analysis, investigation, and management of litigated files.   - Present facts of claims, with recommendations, to committee as necessary. - Prepare large loss reports where applicable. - Attend and participate in mediations/trials as necessary. - Establish appropriate loss and expense reserves. Maintain valid loss and expense reserves based on current investigation and legal discovery. - Supervise activities of Independent Adjusters, investigators and defense attorneys to ensure that all claims are appropriately handled. - Adhere to company procedures and Best Practice guidelines as well as case and statutory law requirements when coverage is in question, and/or when paying or denying claims. - Comply with reporting requirements of treaty and facultative reinsurers. - Maintain current understanding of various unfair claim practices statutes. - Incorporate all claims into company records and review for applicability of coverage. - Additional tasks as assigned.
ID
2020-3864
Primary Location
US-IL-Chicago
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Claims Superintendent will be responsible for handling a High Exposure pending for Excess and Surplus lines carrier, cases involving Products, Habitational, Contractors, (including but not limited to New York Labor Law), and Liquor Liability matters. Responsibilities will include intense coverage analysis, investigation, and management of litigated files.   - Present facts of claims, with recommendations, to committee as necessary. - Prepare large loss reports where applicable. - Attend and participate in mediations/trials as necessary. - Establish appropriate loss and expense reserves. Maintain valid loss and expense reserves based on current investigation and legal discovery. - Supervise activities of Independent Adjusters, investigators and defense attorneys to ensure that all claims are appropriately handled. - Adhere to company procedures and Best Practice guidelines as well as case and statutory law requirements when coverage is in question, and/or when paying or denying claims. - Comply with reporting requirements of treaty and facultative reinsurers. - Maintain current understanding of various unfair claim practices statutes. - Incorporate all claims into company records and review for applicability of coverage. - Additional tasks as assigned.
ID
2020-3863
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Claims Superintendent will be responsible for determining and discharging the company's contractual obligations under its various policy contracts involving coverage analysis, investigation, legal defense, and loss and expense reserving for the most complex commercial auto liability cases presented.   - Incorporate all claims into company records and review for applicability of coverage.  - Present facts of claims, with recommendations, to committee as necessary. - Establish initial loss and expense reserves.  Maintain valid loss and expense reserves based on current investigation and legal discovery. - Supervise activities of Independent Adjusters, investigators and defense attorneys to ensure that all claims are appropriately handled.  - Attend and participate in mediations/trials as necessary. - Adhere to company procedures and guidelines as well as case law and statutory - requirements when coverage is in question, and/or when paying or denying claims. - Comply with reporting requirements of treaty and facultative reinsurers. - Maintain current understanding of various unfair claim practices statutes. - Prepare large loss reports where applicable. - Additional tasks as assigned.
ID
2020-3861
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Union Standard Insurance Group
Location Name TX, Irving - 222 Las Colinas Boulevard W
  The Vice President of Claims reports to the Company President and provides strategic direction and leadership for the Claims function.  Proactively participates with the senior management team and functional department staff in developing and executing strategic plans to meet business objectives.   Principal duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:   - Provides strategic direction and leadership for the Claims operations. Develops, plans and implements strategic and tactical claims operational improvements to affect positive claims outcomes and excellent service to customers. - Provides strategic direction and leadership for severity management and litigation management initiatives. Collaborates with Claims management to develop and implement tactical plans to manage ALAE (allocated loss adjustment expense) and indemnity. - Oversees and participates in the management of the claims catastrophe plan (storm management) and the W.R. Berkley Corporation Catastrophe (WRBC CAT) Response Program, if triggered. - Communicates significant claim developments/trends to President and senior management team.  Provides multi-line claims expertise to the senior management team. Monitors claim developments and trends within the Property/Casualty insurance industry. - Monitors and analyzes organizational performance.  Drives change to assure continuous improvement.  Collaborates with management to identify and implement strategies to improve the management of total claim cost to support organization goals of optimized profitability, managed growth and enhanced competitive advantage.  Develops and analyzes key performance metrics. - Attracts, coaches and develops talent. Provides frequent and specific constructive feedback to staff.  Provides technical advice, direction and mentoring to Claims staff.  Coaches and mentors staff for succession at all levels of supervision and management. - Collaborates with management to effect positive changes in the handling of property, casualty and litigation claims.  Develops and delivers Best Practices, performance standards, and strategic training.   - Collaborates to establish and manage the claim department budget and resources including explaining variances and related reporting. - Manages the claims audit process in accordance with performance standards.  - Interacts with W.R. Berkley Corporate providing data and information (i.e. large losses, trial notice, reinsurance, catastrophe, and special request, etc.) as required.    - Develops and maintains relationships with other W.R. Berkley Regional Claims Officers to capitalize on business opportunities and efficiencies.  - Performs other related duties as assigned by management.
ID
2020-3852
Primary Location
US-TX-Irving
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
  The Commercial Product Manager is responsible for the company’s product portfolio.  Regularly reviews and manages the product set (feature/functionality) for appropriateness of financials, marketing strategy, market competitiveness, customer experience, regulatory compliance, risk management, as well as efficiency of performance and go-to-market delivery.  Synchronizes all related functional areas related to product design, pricing and management for the successful roll outs of projects and/or products.   - Assumes accountability for the oversight and progression of business projects (Underwriting and Actuarial) to achieve desired company business objectives. Owns assigned product lines in the following ways:  acts as single point of contact for the end user; ensures the right features are developed; and sets strategic alignment and prioritizing.  Shares a passion of collaboration and execution in conjunction with IT partners.  - Leads project prioritization and ensures roll out effectiveness.  Coordinates and prioritizes all projects, technologies, and software and hardware changes.  Participates in special committees to achieve desired project and/or product outcome.  - Collaborates and communicates with all business units to develop and prepare for all changes in underwriting procedures and directions to maintain compliance.   Monitors timelines throughout project life.  Makes recommendations to revise project and/or product plans on an on-going basis.  - Reviews all current proprietary forms (for all lines of business) to ensure compliance against ISO filings and compliance against the company’s strategic goals and vision.  Initiates and managers projects for form changes and monitors and reviews circulars, law changes and market trends against the company’s legacy portfolio.  Ensures that any/all coverage changes made in the past and future forward do not subject the company to any possible claim reformation situations.    - Works with Staff Underwriting to ensure underwriting guidelines align with rate plan and product changes and align with corporate strategy. - Serves as a liaison and technical product/project resource contact for the Pricing, Underwriting, Processing, Claims, Sales and IT/BTS departments.  - Works with Berkley regional product managers to coordinate shared regional projects within the Berkley regional framework.  
ID
2020-3837
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale

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