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Company Berkley Professional Liability
Location Name NY, New York - 757 Third Ave - 10th Floor
The Transactional Risk Claims Attorney will manage all aspects of claims resolutions for Representations and Warranties, Tax and Contingent Liability claims.  S/he will review claims notices, navigate purchase agreements, schedules and data rooms and draft follow-up letters responsive to the claims and manage the process through resolution.  The Transactional Risk Claims Attorney reports to the Senior Vice President & Chief Claims Officer at Berkley Professional Liability and works closely with the members of Berkley Transactional team.  S/he will retain outside counsel and forensic accountants as needed.   
ID
2020-3787
Primary Location
US-NY-New York
Company Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
Location Name NJ, Morristown - Suite G50
The Underwriting and Claims Associate reports directly to the Senior Vice President of Claims and is responsible for support to the underwriting and claims teams in order to provide exceptional service to Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions brokers and insureds.  Specific duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:  - Assist Underwriters by creating preliminary quotes on renewal business - Assist Underwriters by creating preliminary quotes on new business - Assist Underwriters in renewal solicitation process. - Monitor and review submission log for Risk Strategies business. - Perform UW assistant-related tasks for new MGU business - Serve as back-up for all other Underwriting assistant-related tasks. - Prepare and distribute loss runs as requested by Underwriters and Brokers - Prepare and update physical Claim files for Claims department. - Monitor and review dedicated Claims email inboxes - Assist in preparation of documentation for claim payments   - Assist in preparation and sending of Claim Acknowledgment letters  - Stay current with all compliance, procedural and workflow changes.
ID
2020-3785
Primary Location
US-NJ-Morristown
Company Verus Underwriting Managers
Location Name VA, Glen Allen - 4820 Lake Brook - Suite 200
Verus underwriters are curious, creative problem solvers who work with our agents to create appropriately priced policies to insure their customers' risks. Successful underwriters are skilled in negotiating and collaborating with our agents to ensure proper risk-selection and pricing, along with leading teams to ensure company goals and objectives are met.   Under broad supervision, the professional lines underwriter is responsible for underwriting risks in a book of business including miscellaneous professional, lawyers, insurance agents, title agents and real estate agents E&S business. The underwriter is expected to work within limited authority on assignments utilizing underwriting policies and guidelines, rating manual rules and insurance laws and regulations as well as company policies and procedures.  They are also expected to maintain and develop broker relationships.   - Skill and knowledge of broker/agency management and relationship building - Track record of uncovering, researching and putting together new product line opportunities by applying appropriate underwriting strategies and standards to qualify risk acceptability. - Ability to work effectively and within an assigned level of underwriting authority. - Experience planning, orchestrating, and leading highly effective broker meetings. - Negotiates standard coverage issues, closes sale, and gauges customer satisfaction - Ability to meet or exceed designated LOB production metrics - Strong technical knowledge regarding underwriting, coverage and pricing within a particular product line - Proven ability to build and maintain strong productive relationships with individual brokers - Provide timely, courteous and efficient service to all internal and external clients - Ability to identify and call appropriate attention to broker performance issues - Understanding of pricing and risk selection criteria - Perform other duties as assigned
ID
2020-3783
Primary Location
US-VA-Glen Allen
Loc2
AZ, Scottsdale - 7233 E Butherus Drive
Loc3
GA, Alpharetta - 3655 North Point Parkway
Loc4
CO, Centennial
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
Position will focus on the processing of commercial insurance new business, renewals, endorsements, cancellations, audits, non-renewals, driver information requests and quotes within established department service and quality standards.   - Reviews documents to determine proper procedural action.  Consults with underwriting staff and/or agent for missing or inaccurate information.  Accesses other resources for needed information.   - Refers documents to Underwriting Assistant that are beyond assigned authority level.  Identifies and prioritizes work according to department standards.  Maintains established department service and quality standards.  - Reviews and enters new account and premium information and compares to established processing guidelines.  Reviews renewal policy and premium information and compares to established processing guidelines. - Accurately completes endorsements in the appropriate manner and in accordance with established department procedures.  Updates workflow application, UAD, DART, or spreadsheets as needed.  - Performs quality review on the entered information to ensure consistency in meeting established department quality and quantity standards.  Conducts peer quality review audits.   - Conducts training as needed.  Assists Underwriting staff as needed with projects. 
ID
2020-3782
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Loc2
MN, Luverne
Loc3
NE, Lincoln
Company Berkley Agribusiness
Location Name MN, Minneapolis - 222 S 9th Street - Suite 2700
The Risk Control Managing Consultant is the highest level individual contributor field position within the Risk Control organization.  The role is highly visible to our largest accounts, agents and programs. Incumbent will consult, coordinate services and evaluate commercial operations across a broad spectrum of large risks.  Frequently interacts with owners, managers, employees, agents and underwriting to determine the type and level of exposures present and controls needed. Determines customer’s ability to control the exposures by gathering information through physical surveys, program audits, loss history analysis, comparison to industry standards and customer interviews. Provides training, mentoring, specialized technical advice and counsel to staff on service planning and stewardship. Assists underwriting with risk selection and ongoing account management. - Manage the risk control process on large account acquisition, renewal and service across the spectrum of assigned risks, and programs.  Facilitate and coordinate cross-functional account stewardship activities to ensure stewardship best practices are met.  - Survey commercial operations for property, liability, workers compensation and business auto hazards and controls.  Evaluate physical conditions, safety practices, and hazardous situations according to knowledge of consensus standards, established underwriting guidelines and governmental regulations. Leverages Safety experience and technical expertise to report on large or complex operations. Observes business operations and management practices to determine safety issues and hazards.  Analyzes history of incidents and evaluates scenes of accidents to determine root causes and to consult in development of accident prevention programs. Measures insured area(s), calculates frontage, records description and amount of stock, and photographs or drafts scale drawings of properties to identify factors affecting risk acceptability and insurance premiums.   - Prepares timely service plans, written reports and correspondence of findings and recommendations for risk improvement.  - Consults with insured in regard to activities and programs to control losses and improve safety. Confers with employees of insured, provides informational materials and conducts training as needed to induce compliance with safety standards, codes and regulations. - Prepares and assists in the completion of assigned file audits utilizing the internal toolkit audit system. Provides training, mentoring, specialized technical advice and counsel to internal staff regarding regulations, hazards and controls associated with area(s) of expertise. - Serves as a Stewardship and Service Subject Matter Expert to the largest accounts. - Position will not have direct reports - Position can be worked remotely T
ID
2020-3778
Primary Location
US-MN-Minneapolis
Company Berkley Fire & Marine Underwriters
Location Name OH, Cincinnati
Berkley Fire & Marine Underwriters offers preferred inland marine and commercial property insurance products and services throughout the United States. With the ability to craft customized terms, we provide the most effective protection for those in the construction, logistics, manufacturing and transportation industries. Responsibilities To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each of the following essential duties and responsibilities satisfactorily as well as any other duties that may be assigned.   Support the underwriting and marketing teams as follows:  - Obtain and attach required underwriting documents. This may include the use of vendor or third party web applications. Documents may vary depending on the class of business. - Clear and initiate submissions attaching and creating supporting underwriting documentation for UWs.  - Read and comprehend instructions provided for navigation and effective use of Company workflow and processing systems, Imaging System and other system supported rating tools. - Compose, type, print and mail professional letters to provide recommendations from Loss Prevention surveys and reports. Track and share status and response with underwriter. - Read, comprehend, and use judgment in establishing ways to handle work items when clear processes and procedures are not established or when system is down. - Manage multiple tasks and meet established deadlines.   - Meet established production goals while maintaining high levels of quality. Manage work to meet established company service standards. - Contact Agents, Bureaus, or Company Underwriting regarding rating matters. - Issue Inland Marine policies. - Respond appropriately to agents’ or underwriting requests for rating information. - Day to day tracking and updates of the company’s various social media platforms to promote customer engagement and brand awareness including communicating with social media followers and responding to queries in a timely manner. - Create and distribute engaging written or graphic content in the form of web page and blog content, e-newsletters, or social media posts that adhere to the company’s brand identity. - Use of analytical tools such as Google Analytics, Hootsuite, and others to monitor and evaluate the company’s marketing presence and performance.
ID
2020-3773
Primary Location
US-OH-Cincinnati
Company Berkley Industrial Comp
Location Name AL, Birmingham
ID
2020-3769
Primary Location
US-AL-Birmingham
Company Intrepid Direct Insurance
Location Name KS, Overland Park - Lighton Plaza II Building
ID
2020-3747
Primary Location
US-KS-Overland Park
Location Name CT, Stamford - Floor 8
Account Executive will be assigned to a particular geographic territory or product category and will be expected to promote profitable written premium growth and favorable loss ratios in accordance with BCIM Best Practices, Underwriting Guidelines, Line of Business risk appetite, and personal Underwriting Authority. (Underwriters) may also be required to oversee the efficiency and effectiveness of other Underwriters and Technical Assistants.   - Evaluation, rating, and pricing of New Business and Renewal risks. - Adherence to BXM Best Practices, Underwriting Guidelines, Line of Business risk appetite, and personal Underwriting Authority. - Development, maintenance, and management of assigned producer relationships through visitations and regular customer contact. - Evaluation of the performance of producer relationships to ensure company and agency goals are met. - Awareness and maintenance of personal production and quality measures. - Act as liaison with finance/accounting as needed. - May also be required to oversee the efficiency and effectiveness of other Underwriters and Technical Assistants.
ID
2020-3743
Primary Location
US-CT-Stamford
Company Berkley Environmental
Location Name NJ, Jersey City
Responsibilities Are you looking to expand your insurance knowledge and gain some hands on experience in the business world? Are you dedicated, hardworking and tend to think outside of the box? Then this quite possibly may be the opportunity for you! This role will give you the best intern experience in our Environmental Claims department. You will be able to work directly with our Claims Examiners and gain valuable claims experience.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Develop claims handling skills including customer service and interpersonal business skills. - Develop claim negotiation strategies and reserving techniques. - Learn how to conduct accurate and timely loss and coverage investigations on claims.
ID
2020-3740
Primary Location
US-NJ-Jersey City
Company Acadia Insurance
Location Name MA, Marlborough - 290 Donald J Lynch Boulevard
Acadia Insurance is a regional property casualty insurer with offices throughout the Northeast.  As a member of W.R. Berkley Corporation (NYSE: WRB), one of the largest property casualty insurance holding companies in the United States, our financial strength and integrity are two of the main reasons why Independent Agents place business with us.  Acadia is rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best, with an A+ claim paying ability rating by Standard & Poor’s.    At Acadia, we value our employees, our customers and our communities.  Employees at Acadia are part of a progressive company where everyone can make a difference.  We promote an inclusive environment which encourages continuous learning and the chance to grow and develop.    Become a member of Acadia's Specialty Marine department and have a direct impact on helping our customers and helping us reach our strategic goals.  As an Underwriter, you'll build relationships and work closely with independent agents throughout Massachusetts.  You will be responsible for evaluating, selecting and pricing commercial inland marine policies to ensure profitable growth, promoting Acadia inland marine products working with independent insurance agencies on achieving growth goals.  The person in this position must successfully develop and foster excellent relationships with agents and position Acadia to be the marine market of choice, all in support of the company’s marketing strategies. 
ID
2020-3737
Primary Location
US-MA-Marlborough
Company Berkley Environmental
Location Name NJ, Jersey City
Are you looking to expand your insurance knowledge and gain some hands on experience in the business world? Are you dedicated, hardworking and tend to think outside of the box? Then this quite possibly may be the opportunity for you! This role will give you the best intern experience in our Environmental Claims department. You will be able to work directly with our Claims Examiners and gain valuable claims experience.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Develop claims handling skills including customer service and interpersonal business skills. - Develop claim negotiation strategies and reserving techniques. - Learn how to conduct accurate and timely loss and coverage investigations on claims.
ID
2020-3735
Primary Location
US-NJ-Jersey City
Company W. R. Berkley Corporation
Location Name CT, Greenwich
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES Works within the expanding and dynamic corporate accounting department of W.R Berkley Corporation (WRBC), including working with business units across the globe, to prepare and analyze monthly financial information for the corporate location. Expectation is to deliver financial information accurately, efficiently, and timely. Also assists with ad hoc projects and requests as needed.   CORPORATE ACCOUNTING - Assist with the monthly corporate accounting U.S. GAAP close process, including preparation of journal entries and consolidation activities. - Work with the business units to execute corporate wide allocations. - Prepare and monitor fixed asset process. - Verify, allocate, post and reconcile accounts payable and receivable. - Perform and document account analysis for the corporate business unit general ledger accounts. - Provide financial reports to finance management (e.g. account analysis, balance sheet and income statement flux analysis, reconciliations, ad hoc analysis, etc.). - Prepare financial statements (U.S. GAAP and statutory accounting principles (SAP)) and other miscellaneous filings. - Support development of streamlined processes through automation or other efficiency gaining ways. - Establish and maintain effective communication within WRBC Group to facilitate providing financial information to other corporate departments and working with business units where needed.   OPERATIONAL FINANCE - Prepare and carry out controls including execution of Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) related work, review and follow up on findings and establishment of appropriate internal financial controls. - Work with WRBC’s external and internal audit teams to facilitate completion of all audit requests. - Completion of industry and government requested surveys/data calls. Ad hoc projects as considered necessary relating to corporate needs or business unit
ID
2020-3733
Primary Location
US-CT-Greenwich
Company W. R. Berkley Corporation
Location Name CT, Greenwich
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES Works within the expanding and dynamic corporate accounting department of W.R Berkley Corporation (WRBC), including working with business units across the globe, to prepare and analyze monthly financial information for the corporate location and related business units. Expectation is to deliver financial information accurately, efficiently, and timely. Also assists with ad hoc projects and requests as needed.   FINANCIAL CLOSE - Perform accounting responsibilities surrounding complex areas of the monthly close. - Manage the monthly corporate accounting U.S. GAAP close and consolidation process, including oversight of junior staff, business unit submissions, preparation of monthly balance sheet and income statement as well as the cash flow statement. - Prepare standalone entity financial statements (U.S. GAAP, foreign GAAPs, and statutory accounting principles (SAP)) and other miscellaneous filings. - Provide financial reports to senior department leaders (e.g. account analysis, reconciliations, ad hoc analysis, etc.). - Support development of streamlined management reporting reports through automation or other efficiency gaining ways. - Establish and maintain effective communication within WRBC Group to facilitate providing financial information to other corporate departments and working with business units where needed.   OPERATIONAL FINANCE - Champion innovation within the corporate accounting department. - Manage finance and accounting operational items within PeopleSoft (working capital analysis, payables, asset manager, etc.) - Prepare and review controls including management and execution of Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) related work, review and follow up on findings and establishment of appropriate internal financial controls. - Work with WRBC’s external and internal audit teams to facilitate completion of all audit requests - Ad hoc projects as considered necessary relating to corporate needs or business unit assistance.   FINANCIAL PLANNING AND ANALYSIS - Support the business planning process for corporate as well as including review of business unit submissions. - Deliver regular financial management information to track progress against plan and provide variance analysis as required. - Contribute financial analysis to assist in decision making, management reporting, board reporting.
ID
2020-3732
Primary Location
US-CT-Greenwich
Company Berkley Asset Protection
Location Name WI, Appleton
Berkley Asset Protection, a Berkley company, is hiring for the position of Client Experience Associate to service its Lavalier Personal Jewelry Clients. The position is based in the Appleton, Wisconsin office, responsible for providing customer service and support and reports to the Vice President of Sales & Marketing.  Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Answering customer phone calls and return messages from our policyholders and perspective customers - Responding to customer emails and requests for information - Processing endorsements and change requests for clients - Interacting with vendors and partners who work with Lavalier - Assisting with processing policies and obtaining policyholder information - Completing data entry and/or uploading of large schedules and other data - Projects and other work as assigned
ID
2020-3730
Primary Location
US-WI-Appleton
Company Berkley North Pacific Group
Location Name WA, Bellevue
Provides strategic direction and leadership for BNP’s Commercial Business operation.  Proactively participates with the senior management team and functional department staff in developing and executing strategic plans to meet BNP business objectives including, but not limited to, establishing underwriting philosophies and guidelines to support the BNP business plan goals of profitability, managed growth and enhanced competitive advantage.  Fosters a workplace environment consistent with the values and mission outlined by the leadership of the Company.  - Develops strategic vision and provides leadership for the Commercial business operation to support company goals of optimized profitability and managed growth. Assists the CUO in developing and implementing strategic objectives, underwriting strategies and underwriting best practices. - Ensures the Commercial Business unit staff has solid appreciation and understanding of BNP’s risk appetite and market differentiators thru the development of Underwriting guides, creation of new Products, identifying potential business opportunities and targets, competitive threats and emerging market trends. - Has Underwriting Authority over those individual risks referred by the Underwriting staff as defined by the CUO. - Working with Actuarial, IT, Product and Filings, coordinates the execution of all Rate and Form filings on behalf of BNP. - Oversees and responsible for the BNP Premium Audit function and relationship of other W.R. Berkley departments associated with that function. - In conjunction with Actuarial and BNP’s Data Center, assist in evaluating the business unit’s underwriting performance as respects the primary lines of coverage and Product extensions offered. - Develops and provides oversight for risk quality program including regional underwriting audits and peer review process. Oversee and execute the applicable SOX requirements, coordinate and be the liaison for WRBC Corporate Underwriting Audits, Reinsurance audits or audits by WRBC Corporate Auditors. - Provides guidance and direction in the development of underwriting and training tools. Provides Product training to Underwriting staff, Claims and other departments as required. - Participates in developing, maintaining or enhancing customer relationships to promote profitability and growth of Commercial business and the retention of existing business. - Attracts, coaches and develops talent to ensure a staff capable of carrying out business strategies. Contributes to BNP’s success by developing departmental and individual staff goals, measuring results, rewarding achievement or taking corrective action, as necessary. Mentors staff by providing frequent and specific constructive feedback. Places emphasis on talent management and succession planning. - Develops and maintains relationships with other W.R. Berkley Companies to capitalize on business opportunities and efficiencies. - Directly supervises Commercial Product & Underwriting Team and Premium Audit members within the Home Office Underwriting 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
2020-3729
Primary Location
US-WA-Bellevue
Loc2
ID, Meridian
Company Berkley North Pacific Group
Location Name ID, Meridian
Berkley North Pacific is offering the unique opportunity for entry level candidates to train in the field of Commercial Insurance Underwriting. Underwriting Trainees will participate a four to six month formal training program to learn fundamentals of property & casualty insurance and underwriting.  Candidates must be willing to travel frequently to the training location in the Northeastern US. The full time placement for this role after training will be Boise, ID.  Trainees will be responsible for: - Complete work assignments, reading projects and pass required exams. - Establish good working relationships with colleagues and management staff. - Attain a basic working knowledge of state regulatory requirements for each line of business. - Under direct supervision, perform the basic functions of underwriting. - Participate in job-shadow arrangements in various departments. - Participate in agency visitations with underwriters, claim representatives or loss control representatives to begin developing customer contacts. - Frequent travel, including overnights, is required.
ID
2020-3728
Primary Location
US-ID-Meridian
Company Preferred Employers Insurance
Location Name CA, San Diego - 9797 Aero Drive
Our Claims Examiners conduct the handling of claims in the utmost of good faith in compliance with the rules, regulations and statutes of the WCAB and State of California. We function with a high degree of competency and sound judgment, coupled with consistent results!   Responsibilities for this opportunity include:  - Analyzing and processing workers’ compensation claims by investigating and gathering information to determine the exposure on the claim. - Negotiating the settlement of claims up to designated authority level and making claims payments. - Calculating and assigning timely and appropriate reserves to claims and continuing to manage reserve adequacy throughout the life of the claim. - Calculating and paying benefits due; approving all claim payments; and settling claims within designated authority level. - Developing and managing claims through well-developed action plans; continuing to work the action plan to bring the claim to an appropriate and timely resolution. - Preparing necessary state filings within statutory limits. - Actively managing the litigation process; ensuring timely and cost effective claims resolution. - Coordinating vendor referrals for additional investigation and/or litigation management. - Using appropriate cost containment techniques including strategic vendor partnerships to reduce overall cost of claims. - Managing claim recoveries of all types, including but not limited to subrogation, Second Injury Fund recoveries, and Social Security offsets. - Reporting claims to the excess carrier, responds to requests of directions in a professional and timely manner. - Frequently communicating with all appropriate parties involved with the claim. - Referring cases as appropriate to management. - Maintaining professional client relationships. - Actively executing appropriate claims activities to ensure consistent delivery of quality claims service.
ID
2020-3724
Primary Location
US-CA-San Diego
Company Carolina Casualty Insurance Group
Location Name FL, Jacksonville
Carolina Casualty is looking for a financial professional who will perform premium billing and cash receipts activities, collections, and collateral administration.  Complete various general ledger activities including journal entries, reconciliations and account analyses.  Conduct Premium audits and control testing and reporting.   Principle Responsibilities - Support agency and direct billing of premiums, commission payments and deductible - Monitor payment, perform collections, apply cash receipts, reconcile agent statements, etc. - Execute premium audits and correspond with insureds and producers - Maintain and reconcile general ledger accounts - Prepare journal entries and financial statement account analyses - Collaborate and coordinate with underwriters, R. Berkley Company employees, auditors, agents and others as needed - Support SOX controls testing and reporting - Excellent organizational skills and able to multi-task in a fast pace environment
ID
2020-3721
Primary Location
US-FL-Jacksonville
Company Berkley Environmental
Location Name IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 5th Floor
Are you looking to expand your insurance knowledge and gain some hands on experience in the business world? Are you dedicated, hardworking and tend to think outside of the box? Then this quite possibly may be the opportunity for you! This role will give you the best intern experience in our Environmental Underwriting department. You will be able to work directly with our Underwriters and gain valuable marketing experience.   Duties and Responsibilities: - Conduct financial and MVR (motor vehicle record) analysis - Participate in marketing and broker projects - Conduct underwriting background and data collection through database searches, aerial photographs, etc… - Research Projects - Organize BPM (business process management) electronic files - Assist Underwriters and Underwriting Assistants as needed
ID
2020-3720
Primary Location
US-IL-Chicago

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