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Company Berkley One
Location Name DE, Wilmington
Berkley One, a Berkley company that caters to affluent Personal Lines insurance clients, is rapidly expanding and adding to the Solutions Specialist team in our Wilmington, DE office.  This role’s primary objective is to deliver all that is great about Berkley One and to help our agents place business with us.  Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:   - Customer Policy Support: deliver a personalized, effortless experience for our customers via phone, email or chat. Handle customer transactions smoothly, accurately and first time final. Be an advocate for the Company during first notice of loss interactions by displaying empathy and ensuring the situation is properly handled. - Agency Policy Support: act as primary point of contact for agents to get their Berkley One questions resolved. Process individual policy work submitted by the agents via phone, email or chat. Answer policy inquiry questions and assist the agency with handling servicing needs. Assist agents with finishing their quotes and converting them into policies. Combine your sales and system savvy to drive profitable growth for the organization. - Agent Technical Support: help agents with access, passwords, and myriad of other tasks. Remote into their computers to show them how to work in the system in real time. Provide “in the moment” training on the Customer Portal and Customer Mobile App so the agent is empowered to share with customers. - Agent onboarding: enroll new agents/staff into our system, handle contracts, track agency license numbers and other licensing information, issue paperwork. - Agent training: primarily responsible to deliver system training by hosting webcasts and offering live support to agents navigating the system to quote, endorse and manage their business. Systems include the PAS, billing, claims and agent portal, eSignature, IVANS download and other ancillary systems.
ID
2021-6056
Primary Location
US-DE-Wilmington
Company Berkley Surety
Location Name NJ, Morristown
Serves as lead underwriter for assigned field offices as front line for either the commercial or contract departments or both. Underwrites new and renewal business with limited supervision. Supports the Head of Underwriting in balancing the needs to achieve budgeted financial results (premium volume, loss ratio, premium collections and expense management including commissions) with effective price management through sound underwriting practices in an effort to produce profitable results. Serve as lead in Book of Business reviews and assist Head of Underwriting in portfolio management. Positively interacts and collaborates with the field underwriters in assigned territory as well as other critical internal/external business associates.   • Provide approvals, with conditions as necessary, or declinations within prescribed authority limits in a timely and understandable manner consistent with BSG guidelines and goals. Make recommendations to Head of Underwriting on a course of action for approval or declination as well as overall policy positions and underwriting guidelines.   • Review and underwrite new and renewal business from assigned field offices in the primary line of business Analyze submitted data, determine and obtain additional information when needed. Make decisions on approvals/declinations within prescribed authority limits. On accounts or bond requests over authority limits provide recommendations on course of action in a concise and timely manner. • Effectively communicates recommendations and decisions with confidence, clear communication, good listening skills, professionalism, and empathy with the goal to be a trusted adviser and valued partner to all parties.   • Plans and executes regular travel to develop and enhance new and existing producer and account relationships. Visits new and existing accounts; prepares and shares meeting agendas, obtains follow up documentation, evaluates the accounts for appropriate action.   • Interact and collaborate with assigned field offices, Home Office colleagues, reinsurers and other critical business associates. Maintain and manage workflow, including effective communications, with assigned field office meeting all company standards and expectations.   • Participate in BSG senior management decisions as respects developing or improving underwriting procedures, guidelines and policy.   • Effectively evaluates bond forms and other relevant documents in an effort to assess risk.   • Keeps Head of Underwriting apprised of issues of importance to BSG.   • Submit Special Acceptance requests to reinsurers for large capacity accounts.   • Develop and train other team members such as Sr. Underwriters, Underwriters, Associates Underwriters and Trainees as appropriate.  
ID
2021-6054
Primary Location
US-NJ-Morristown
Company Berkley Technology Services
Location Name DE, Wilmington
The Business Solutions Analyst is responsible for working closely with various Berkley companies to bridge the needs of the business with the use of the ServiceNow ITSM tool suite.  This includes understanding and assessing the business need, proactively addressing customer’s requests, impact on existing workflows, other requests in the queue as well as downstream system impacts and potential end user training opportunities.      RESPONSIBILITIES - Facilitate requirements gathering and process mapping workshops. Perform gap analysis (as is functionality versus to be functionality). - Participate in end-to-end activities related to implementation planning including project management, issue management, communication and change management. - Help personalize and humanize the customer experience while at the same time accomplishing future business scalability. - Document the customer journey and identify ways to improve existing customer pain points based on process optimization, technology, change management, or communication. - Help uncomplicate the work environment of tomorrow by forecasting scalable solutions and when they need to be ready to be delivered to positively influence the customer journey. - Translate your recommendations to senior leadership to gain agreement, affect change and influence long term strategies. - Participate in User Acceptance testing and recommend improvements. - Answer developer and end user questions as well as clarifies and escalates issues through the development life cycle. - Assist with end-user training and product presentations. - Provide 2nd level end user/system support of platform within defined SLAs to include but limited to ongoing training for 1st level support resources. WORKING CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS - Ability to sit at a desk and work on a computer for extended periods of time. - Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. - Vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus.
ID
2021-6052
Primary Location
US-DE-Wilmington
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Claims Intern will work closely with key team members to learn and participate in all aspects of GL and PL claims handling for Admiral business. This is a summer internship, approximately 10-12 weeks in length.   - Familiarization with Commercial General Liability and Professional Liability Policies in order to evaluate coverage for claims. - Initiate handling of new claims in order to implement coverage and claim evaluation skills. - Attend Claims Committee and underwriting meetings. - Learn litigation management of claims. - Conduct research projects. - Assist Claims Managers and Superintendents as needed.
ID
2021-6051
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Berkley Technology Services
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 3840 109th Street
Provides project management services to company and to the corporate operating companies including; working with key individuals/stakeholders within corporate operating companies to determine project critical success factors and ensuring that projects are structured so that critical business needs are met.  Develops project plans, generates work breakdown structures, estimates task duration, determines resource requirements, identifies and tracks dependencies, assesses and mitigates risk, and manages project budgets.  Directs and coordinates activities of company and corporate operating company staff to ensure projects progress on schedule and within prescribed budget, establishes work plans and staffing for each phase of project, assists with arrangements for recruitment or assignment of project personnel, and develops and distributes project status reports.  Develops and maintains strong working relationships with operating company, company, and vendor resources.    - Directs and monitors all activities for medium to large, medium to high risk, major technology-based projects from initiation to delivery. Projects typically cross platforms, applications, and/or business lines. Projects cross platforms, applications, and/or business lines. Understands how and when to escalate issues to higher levels. Analyzes the risks and future impact of decisions. As needed, makes decisions and takes timely, independent action in pursuit of priorities. - Work significantly affects multiple teams and functional areas within company and the corporation. Project visibility is typically at a corporate company Senior Management and/or a company Senior Management level. Budget Impact: Moderate. Timeline: Generally one year or less, and typically 6-12 months. Discrete projects; may be multi-phased effort. - Projects are typically of moderate complexity, with occasional projects of high or low complexity. Typically assigned to Small, Medium, or Large projects as defined by company’s Projects may be adding significant new functionality to existing system(s). Projects involve 1-3 core systems and relevant supporting systems. - Working knowledge of and experience utilizing a variety of Project Management concepts, principles, practices, procedures, and theories. Thorough understanding of and experience with project management phases, techniques and tools. Thorough understanding and experience with common SDLCs. Strong and proven project management skills, including sponsor and risk management. - Provide consistent and comprehensive status reports, project updates, and ongoing cost analyses, significant issue management, and communication with business lines and technology management levels. - Travel required: estimated to be 5-10%% on an annualized basis (travel will be a factor of where the employee is located relative to the sites of company and the corporate operating companies engaged in a particular systems initiatives).
ID
2021-6050
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Company WRBC Support Services
Location Name IL, Naperville
W. R. Berkley is looking for a Workers Compensation Product Line Director to join our Enterprise Product Support Services (EPSS) team based in Naperville, IL or Chicago, IL.   This position provides technical underwriting expertise to our independent and decentralized operating units, acting with minimal direction as a workers compensation subject matter expert to support the operating units with achieving their business goals and to delivery excellent customer service.   Duties may require all or some of the below: • Develop effective and collaborative relationships with our operating units through a demonstrated high degree of workers compensation product and underwriting knowledge. • Provide subject matter expertise in the interpretation of bureau rules, policy wording and intent, underwriting and claims considerations and regulatory requirements / constraints. • Work with our operating units as needed to develop proprietary products, including large deductible plans, dividend plans and other pricing options. • Assist the operating units as needed to resolve proof of coverage or statistical coding issues. • Provide subject matter expertise to the developers of policy administration systems to ensure systems are programmed in accordance with the various bureau rules and regulatory requirements. • Review and interpret bureau changes to determine appropriate action and coordination across the enterprise. • Apply expert knowledge of workers compensation, business needs and technology to develop clear, concise and accurate business requirements for system changes. • Report to and work closely with the AVP, Workers Compensation Product Line Manager, in addition to the operating units, regulatory, actuarial and technology teams to identify business solutions. • Participate and lead projects assigned. • Work on complex projects where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of factors. • Develop and execute on strategic initiatives and opportunities to expand the scope of services offered by EPSS. • Conduct research on various topics and provide communication, recommendation and/or direction to EPSS staff and operating units. • Assist with Quality Assurance/Quality Control initiatives including, but not limited to, specific testing responsibilities, investigation of system failures and the related impact, as well as recommendations for a mitigation strategy. • Assist with management of bureau relationships as well as state WC administrators. • Assist with development of end-user tools to support operating units. • Other duties as assigned.
ID
2021-6046
Primary Location
US-IL-Naperville
Loc2
IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 4th Floor
Company Preferred Employers Insurance
Location Name CA, San Diego - 9797 Aero Drive
The Claims Supervisor is responsible for the analysis and supervision of claim files within their units.  File supervision includes: coverage analysis, conformance to file plans, reserve accuracy, effective negotiation and appropriate resolution.  The Claims Supervisor is a mentor to not only the specific unit, but also the entire claim department and is available for consultation/discussion with staff as the primary responsibility.  The position is responsible for staff training and development. The Claims Supervisor will work closely with other Unit Supervisors/Managers to insure the efficient and effective resolution of issues.  The Claims Supervisor is charged with managing pending claims, improving file quality and controlling expenses.  The Claims Supervisor will conduct the management of claims in the utmost of good faith in compliance with the rules, regulations and statutes of the WCAB and State of California. The Claims Supervisor is expected to function at a level of expertise and competency commensurate with experience, while exercising good judgment and independent discretion. The Claims Supervisor is expected to support Company goals and advance Company values.   Direct responsibilities include but are not limited to: - Direct management of staff of 6-7 examiners and their claim files. - Analyzes file plans. - Approve action plans in accordance with best practices. - Completes 24 TQR per examiner per quarter with emphasis on file quality and lost economic opportunity. - Document the claim file of all activities taken. - Work with the examiner throughout the life of the claim. - Use appropriate cost containment techniques including strategic vendor partnerships to reduce overall cost of claims. - Frequently communicate with all appropriate parties involved with the claim. - Maintain professional vendor relationships. - Actively execute appropriate claims activities to ensure consistent delivery of quality claims service.
ID
2021-6045
Primary Location
US-CA-San Diego
Loc2
CA, Walnut Creek
Company Preferred Employers Insurance
Location Name CA, San Diego - 9797 Aero Drive
The CLAIMS TRAINEE, is the first working professional level of claims handling. Under close supervision, the Claims Trainee will receive in depth training of department objectives, and workers’ compensation laws to be able to administer basic claim benefits. The training will consist of first learning PEG’s First Report Program while handling simple medical only claims to handling complex medical only claims, involving non-litigated, minimal lost time, soft tissue type injuries, including strain/sprain injuries due to repetitive motion, and minor indemnity disability claims.  The Claims Trainee will ultimately be able to determine compensability, clear the EOR’s to review bills for payment, including EOR’s on closed claims. This position will be a back up to the First Report Unit. Claims handling activities will be performed in compliance with the rules, regulations and statutes of the WCAB and the State of California.   Key functions include but are not limited to the following: - Provide customer service – answer telephones by the third ring and re-direct callers as necessary to properly respond to customer inquiries. - Complete three-point contact to properly investigate assigned claims, evaluate coverage and determine compensability. - Perform data entry to setup new claims, work diaries and create activity notes. - Complete and prepare documentation for referrals to investigators and copy service subpoenas. - Reserve claim file appropriately for anticipated expense, indemnity and medical costs. - Negotiate outstanding liens on settled claims. - Complete assigned work via diaries and work queues in a timely manner. - Appropriately initiate QME and Voucher process for unrepresented claims. - Perform other duties as requested by manager.
ID
2021-6044
Primary Location
US-CA-San Diego
Company Preferred Employers Insurance
Location Name CA, Walnut Creek
The CLAIMS TRAINEE, is the first working professional level of claims handling. Under close supervision, the Claims Trainee will receive in depth training of department objectives, and workers’ compensation laws to be able to administer basic claim benefits. The training will consist of first learning PEG’s First Report Program while handling simple medical only claims to handling complex medical only claims, involving non-litigated, minimal lost time, soft tissue type injuries, including strain/sprain injuries due to repetitive motion, and minor indemnity disability claims.  The Claims Trainee will ultimately be able to determine compensability, clear the EOR’s to review bills for payment, including EOR’s on closed claims. This position will be a back up to the First Report Unit. Claims handling activities will be performed in compliance with the rules, regulations and statutes of the WCAB and the State of California.   Key functions include but are not limited to the following: - Provide customer service – answer telephones by the third ring and re-direct callers as necessary to properly respond to customer inquiries. - Complete three-point contact to properly investigate assigned claims, evaluate coverage and determine compensability. - Perform data entry to setup new claims, work diaries and create activity notes. - Complete and prepare documentation for referrals to investigators and copy service subpoenas. - Reserve claim file appropriately for anticipated expense, indemnity and medical costs. - Negotiate outstanding liens on settled claims. - Complete assigned work via diaries and work queues in a timely manner. - Appropriately initiate QME and Voucher process for unrepresented claims. - Perform other duties as requested by manager.
ID
2021-6043
Primary Location
US-CA-Walnut Creek
Company Preferred Employers Insurance
Location Name CA, Walnut Creek
The Associate Claims Examiner (ACE) utilizes general understanding of department’s operation and objectives.  They are responsible for entering claim indemnity payments, SROI filing, issue Benefit Notices, complete void/stop payment, and reissuing of checks with a 99% timeliness goal. The ACE position will provide customer service to the claims department, and assist Claims Technical and Operations with other duties as needed and as time allows. This position will make inquiries with claims examiners, medical providers and injured workers, as needed, to assess return to work status and determine whether further payments should be issued. This position acts in a fiduciary role on behalf of insureds in assessing the need for indemnity payments. Job functions are considered routine and predefined and require minimum evaluation. The ACE administers the payment of benefits with the utmost, good faith, in compliance with the rules, regulations and statutes of the State of California and the WCAB. The ACE must be a team player. This position requires particular attention to detail, and is often task-oriented. This position will require 120 hours of classroom training at Supervisor’s direction within the first year in position in order to obtain Experienced Examiner Certification. 30 hours of continuing education every two years is required to maintain that certification.   RESPONSIBILITIES: - Make indemnity payments to claimants, both lump sum and ongoing payments, including initial, final and retroactive periods. - Issue Benefit Notices as required with regards to the start, changing and ending of benefits. - Will issue Permanent Disability denials in certain circumstances and notify claims examiner with an Activity. - Transmit Second Report of Information (SROI) to the State of California as required. - Gather and document information from medical providers on disability status of claimants. - Referral to Return to Work Coordinator who will gather and document information from insureds on return to work status of their injured employees as well as availability of modified or alternate duties. Follow up on return to work status, through coordinator, until an offer is made or a final decision not to accommodate is made. - Refers cases as appropriate to management by setting an activity for review. - Maintains professional client relationships. - Timely and appropriate notification to examiner on cases with indemnity payments, on need for appropriate reserves to ensure adequacy for life of claim. - Coordinate and process void, stop pay, and reissue Indemnity payments. - Offer and, if accepted, enroll claimants in our EFT program. - Attend Examiner Certification training as directed by Supervisor. - Upon certification as an Experienced Examiner, additional duties may be added including, but not limited to, drafting of settlement documents and calculation of wage statements. - Assist technical and operations with other duties as needed and as time allows.
ID
2021-6042
Primary Location
US-CA-Walnut Creek
Loc2
CA, San Diego - 9797 Aero Drive
Company Berkley Aspire
Location Name AZ, Scottsdale - 14902 N 73rd Street
Growth Executives serve as brand ambassadors to prospective and existing production partners. They work closely with business development underwriters, the marketing team, and others to drive awareness of Berkley Aspire’s value proposition, business model, underwriting appetite, and product portfolio. Through their knowledge and their efforts – agent/broker visits, representing Aspire at trade shows and industry events, digital outreach and other forms of lead generation and follow-up – Growth Executives are responsible for promoting Aspire, increasing the consistent flow of quality submissions, and increasing the volume of profitable premium. A Growth Executive will have responsibility for a defined geographic area or distribution vertical. Success in this role is driven by the ability to form and strengthen strategic relationships; sales and analytic skills; a willingness to travel; a command of commercial insurance industry trends and dynamics; the ability to clearly and succinctly describe the competitive advantages of Aspire; collaborative skills and someone committed to being a dependable, selfless teammate; an attention to detail; entrepreneurial spirit; receptivity to new ideas; improvisational skills; and, demonstrated ability to be relentless and accountable when following-up.   • Communicating – in writing, in person, remotely - with appointed agents about new products, product extensions, and product launches. • Recruiting new agents. • Identifying affinity marketing and/or alternative distribution sales opportunities. • Collaborating with underwriters, the marketing team, the executive leadership team and sister companies. • Encouraging agents to submit opportunities consistent with our underwriting appetite to Aspire. • Driving profitable premium growth across all distribution segments/verticals. • Representing Aspire at meetings with production partners and industry conferences and trade shows. • Recommending new tactics and strategies for promoting Aspire and our product portfolio. • Providing actionable feedback, business intelligence (i.e., competitors, threats to the business, coverage gaps, rate trends, emerging markets, etc.), and “voice of the customer” insights to the VP of Marketing, Sales & Distribution, the executive leadership team, business development underwriters, and others.
ID
2021-6040
Primary Location
US-AZ-Scottsdale
Company Union Standard Insurance Group
Location Name OK, Oklahoma City
As our Senior Commercial Lines Underwriter, you will be responsible for the management and growth of assigned book of business and the acquisition of new business.  You'll evaluate acceptability of individual risks and determine terms, conditions and pricing to achieve company profit objectives. You'll work with agents/brokers to develop productive and profitable relationships and to ensure compliance with company underwriting guidelines.  You'll be a key contributor to the team and share your knowledge and coach the less experienced underwrtiters in the branch.     What you can expect: - Internal mobility opportunities  - Visibility to senior leaders and partnership with cross functional teams - Culture of innovation, teamwork, nimble decision-making, supportive colleagues and leaders willing to invest in talent - Opportunity to lead and influence change - Benefits – competitive salary, paid time off, comprehensive wellness benefits and programs, profit sharing, 401k, tuition assistance and education   We'll count on you to: - Underwrite new business by reviewing the application for acceptability, requesting additional information, if necessary, and accepting or rejecting risks in conformance with company guidelines - Underwrite within authority set forth by Commercial Lines Vice President and within confines of company's reinsurance treaties and corresponds with agency to collect additional information - Underwrite renewal business by reviewing insured's file, producing agency's experience, nature and frequency of losses, loss control surveys, motor vehicle reports, and prior carrier loss experience - Assist Commercial Lines Vice President in development of new products, pricing, or coverage’s needed - Develop productive and profitable relationships with agents/brokers while maintaining an established loss ratio - Serves as the staff liaison for the assigned line in disseminating line updates and developing staff - Pursues a program of continuing education by participating in industry sponsored and company sponsored educational courses
ID
2021-6039
Primary Location
US-OK-Oklahoma City
Company Union Standard Insurance Group
Location Name AR, Little Rock
As our Senior Commercial Lines Underwriter, you will be responsible for the management and growth of assigned book of business and the acquisition of new business.  You'll evaluate acceptability of individual risks and determine terms, conditions and pricing to achieve company profit objectives. You'll work with agents/brokers to develop productive and profitable relationships and to ensure compliance with company underwriting guidelines.  You'll be a key contributor to the team and share your knowledge and coach the less experienced underwrtiters in the branch.     What you can expect: - Internal mobility opportunities  - Visibility to senior leaders and partnership with cross functional teams - Culture of innovation, teamwork, nimble decision-making, supportive colleagues and leaders willing to invest in talent - Opportunity to lead and influence change - Benefits – competitive salary, paid time off, comprehensive wellness benefits and programs, profit sharing, 401k, tuition assistance and education   We'll count on you to: - Underwrite new business by reviewing the application for acceptability, requesting additional information, if necessary, and accepting or rejecting risks in conformance with company guidelines - Underwrite within authority set forth by Commercial Lines Vice President and within confines of company's reinsurance treaties and corresponds with agency to collect additional information - Underwrite renewal business by reviewing insured's file, producing agency's experience, nature and frequency of losses, loss control surveys, motor vehicle reports, and prior carrier loss experience - Assist Commercial Lines Vice President in development of new products, pricing, or coverage’s needed - Develop productive and profitable relationships with agents/brokers while maintaining an established loss ratio - Serves as the staff liaison for the assigned line in disseminating line updates and developing staff - Pursues a program of continuing education by participating in industry sponsored and company sponsored educational courses
ID
2021-6038
Primary Location
US-AR-Little Rock
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name CO, Centennial
Our Sr. Risk Services Representative is an extenstion of our CWG Underwriting team in Denver and will service customers in Colorado and the Greater Denver area. This role offers the opportunity to work with a tenured local team with agency support/interaction, minimal overnight travel and a commitment to continuing education and access to innovative technology.    The Sr. Risk Services Representative surveys business operations and consults with policyholders and underwriting to determine the type and level of exposures and controls needed.  Determines customers’ 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 and customers. Assists Underwriters with risk selection and ongoing account management.    - Surveys commercial properties such as buildings, industrial operations, agri-business operations, and commercial vehicles to evaluate physical conditions, safety practices, and hazardous situations according to knowledge of safety standards, established underwriting guidelines and governmental regulations.  - Utilizes experience and technical expertise to survey large or complex operations as requested by supervisor/manager. Observes business operations and management practices to determine safety issues and hazards.  - Analyzes history of accidents and claims and inspects scenes of accidents to determine causes and to consult in development of accident prevention programs.  Measures insured area(s), records description of operations, and photographs or drafts scale drawings of properties, to identify factors affecting risk acceptability and insurance premiums.  - 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 induce compliance with safety standards, codes, and regulations. - Prepares timely written reports of findings to assist the Underwriter’s risk selection process and makes recommendation to help accounts reduce potential for loss.  - Provides training, mentoring, specialized technical advice and counsel to internal staff regarding regulations, hazards and controls associated with area(s) of expertise. - Maintains knowledge of regulatory standards (OSHA, DOT) and local and national codes (NFPA, ICC) through participation in continuing education opportunities.  Performs miscellaneous office duties not limited to answering phone calls, emails and completing schedules.  
ID
2021-6032
Primary Location
US-CO-Centennial
Company Berkley Medical Management Solutions
Location Name MA, Boston - 99 Summer Street
The Assistant Vice President of Operations is responsible for achieving operational excellence. This involves creating a vision for such success, managing toward these organizational goals, and driving the conditions that create new capabilities. Taken together, these efforts must support organizational growth and significantly improve the company’s business, financial results, and customer experiences.   The AVP of Operations provides leadership and executive guidance on medical and administrative processes, on data analytics, and on policy and procedure enhancements. The ideal candidate will: - Demonstrate an impeccable model of leadership, managerial excellence, and integrity. - Act as a hands-on leader who can build a solid operational foundation, develop short- and long-term strategies that drive operational excellence, and show the ability to lead and execute on that vision. - Work collaboratively with the Chief Executive Officer and other senior leaders to attain profitable business performance by ensuring the optimization of day-to-day operations areas of the company - Manage medical bill review, clinical operations, network services, and healthcare informatics by coaching, mentoring, educating, and motivating toward achievement of BMMS’s strategic goals - Oversee data analytic projects and identifies areas for further advanced analytics, research work on provider outliers or areas of concern and also monitors for patterns of risk - Ensure customer satisfaction and positive customer experiences by overseeing the BMMS Data Analytics team in developing and executing monthly Key Performance measurements to identify improvement goals - Drive process changes across the enterprise to improve Key Performance metrics - Direct the Operations and Data Analytics teams to identify, generate, and collect other vital measurements and plans to maximize customer satisfaction, quality, and productivity/efficiency - Systematize, streamline, and implement best practices across BMMS to provide the visibility and metrics required to facilitate analysis of operations and ensure sustainable improvements in performance - Create and consistently communicate a clear, compelling vision for the integration and cross-functional operation of all BMMS teams - Direct all aspects of BMMS’s operations infrastructure and maintains responsibility for the attainment of short-term and long-term financial and operational goals for the enterprise - Prepare budget documents, projections, and productivity needs to ensure alignment of resource needs with budget levels - Ensure the selection, retention, and development of A-level players; provides continual leadership, oversight, coaching, and feedback to subordinates - Set performance goals with direct reports and monitors ongoing performance; lays out targets that are aggressive yet achievable; fosters and instills a culture of accountability, ownership, and execution - Build and sustain effective communications with all stakeholders, distribution partners, partner vendors, and cross-functional teams to maximize the customer experience and drive efficiencies - Identify and execute solutions for a variety of problems - Make decisions as needed to ensure efficient daily operations - Exhibit professional behavior at all times while representing or being identified as an employee of BMMS - Demonstrate the use of tact and discretion in all communications and provide a positive contribution to the morale of the department - Establish and maintain effective working relationships with unit staff, clients, providers, and other departments of BMMS
ID
2021-6031
Primary Location
US-MA-Boston
Company Continental Western Group
Location Name IA, Urbandale - 11201 Douglas Avenue
Investigates 3rd Party liabilty claims related to commercial exposures. Delivers claims service in a prompt, equitable manner by analyzing coverage, liability/compensability and damages; evaluating reserves; and negotiating settlement or conclusion of claim.  - Examines and analyzes policies, contracts and claim forms to determine coverage.      - Investigates loss in a prompt manner by investigation, to determine the extent of the Company’s liability.  Requests necessary reports, utilizes independent adjusting services to assist in the claim investigation as appropriate.  - Establishes accurate claim reserves and re-evaluates exposures and reserves during the life of the claim.  Correctly enters claim data and file documentation into claim and related systems for reporting purposes.  Negotiates settlement or conclusion of claim.  - Participates in educational, coaching and mentoring opportunities to enhance claims adjusting skills and knowledge.  
ID
2021-6029
Primary Location
US-IA-Urbandale
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Actuarial Analyst is primarily responsible for basic actuarial functions, actuarial estimations, and providing overall support to the Department. General functions include providing support in the loss and expense reserving function, pricing guidance, and branch profitability studies.     - Provide support in quarterly analysis of loss and expense reserves. - Provide support for WRBC in year-end loss reserve opinion and documentation as required for the annual statement. - Provide support and summaries on pricing and price monitoring reporting. - Provide support in the analysis of segments of the business for claim trends/profitability. - Perform calculations and assist in responding to Branch requests on business results. - Assist in the development/maintenance/distribution of actuarial reports and databases. - Interface with the business analysis unit in Finance for data requests and research. - Assist and support the Finance Department and WRBC in Schedule P preparation and other reserve areas. - Assist the Department in the planning/budget process preparation. - Perform other support duties as assigned.
ID
2021-6024
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Berkley Asset Protection
Location Name CT, West Hartford - 433 S Main Street
This role provides administrative support for the underwriters and underwriting function.   • Data entry, completion and clearance of New Business and Renewal Submissions into Underwriting Systems and/or Clearance Systems for all lines • Data entry of New Business and Renewals into BPMi Workflow Management System for all lines • Generation of various reports for all Renewal Accounts including but not limited to Loss Runs and Premium History • Creation and documentation of Risk Meters, Property Shark, Google Mapping, General Info Reports for all New Business and Renewal accounts as needed and/or upon request • Data entry/completion for new claims received into Claims Workstation • Creation and distribution of Claims Acknowledgement Letter to Broker • Creation of conditional renewal letters utilizing Oden • Ordering of Workers Compensation audits and monitoring of the Workers Compensation audit mailbox for completed and non-productive audits • Assistance in billing tasks; distribution of daily email to Agents with copies of invoices and cancellation & reinstatement transactions • Other work and projects as assigned
ID
2021-6020
Primary Location
US-CT-West Hartford
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Actuarial Analyst is primarily responsible for basic actuarial functions, actuarial estimations, and providing overall support to the Department. General functions include providing support in the loss and expense reserving function, pricing guidance, and branch profitability studies.     - Provide support in quarterly analysis of loss and expense reserves. - Provide support for WRBC in year-end loss reserve opinion and documentation as required for the annual statement. - Provide support and summaries on reserving issues. - Provide support in the analysis of segments of the business for claim trends/profitability. - Perform calculations and assist in responding to Branch requests on business results. - Assist in the development/maintenance/distribution of actuarial reports and databases. - Interface with the business analysis unit in Finance for data requests and research. - Assist and support the Finance Department and WRBC in Schedule P preparation and other reserve areas. - Assist the Department in the planning/budget process preparation. - Perform other support duties as assigned.
ID
2021-6019
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Berkley Southeast Insurance Group
Location Name GA, Lawrenceville
The Senior Work Compensation Claims Professional position is responsible for the quality handling and resolution of work comp claims in a timely and professional manner with emphasis on providing quality service while controlling expenses. This position involves handling claims of a complex nature and will require experience handling coverage issues.   - Review new losses and appropriately handle claims through coverage analysis, investigation, injury evaluation, reserving and resolution of workers’ compensation claims. - Provide excellent customer service to meet the needs of the insured, agent and all other internal and external customers. - Evaluate bills for accuracy and for applicability to coverage relating to the claim. - Establish timely and accurate claim and expense reserves, as well as maintaining appropriate reserves for the life of the claim. - Negotiate claim settlements within assigned authority limits. - Handle litigated files and work with assigned defense counsel on strategy to resolve the claim. - Prepare large loss reports and participate in the large loss discussion as well as team round tables. - Maintain an effective diary system and document claim file activities in accordance with established procedures. - Collaborate with other departments and affiliated companies on assigned claim issues. - Manage file inventory to ensure timely resolution of claims. - Ensure conformance to applicable laws and regulations while maintaining a high level of service. - Investigate claims for potential fraud and work with designated SIU professional. 
ID
2021-6015
Primary Location
US-GA-Lawrenceville

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