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Company Nautilus Insurance Group
Location Name AZ, Scottsdale - 7233 E Butherus Drive
The Senior Claims Examiner’s primary job function includes efficiently and effectively handling intermediate-level, commercial first-party property and/or third-party general liability losses in a “paperless” environment.  An ability to communicate both verbally and in written form in a prompt, courteous and professional manner is essential.   - Reviews and sets up new loss assignments in a timely manner in compliance with Department guidelines and best practices. - Establishes appropriate initial loss and expense reserves and continue to regularly evaluate the file for adequacy, accuracy and adherence to reserving guidelines. - Analyzes and interprets policy language in conjunction with specific loss facts to reach appropriate coverage decisions. - Drafts frequent and complex coverage correspondence, including reservation of rights and coverage disclaimers in compliance with various state statutes and regulations. - Composes a variety of other detailed correspondence to insureds, claimants, attorneys, agents and Regulatory agencies. - Proactively manages claim files from inception to closure, including identification and investigation of coverage, liability and damage issues, determination and efficient execution of an appropriate plan of action, and prompt, economical file resolution, in compliance with Department guidelines and best practices. - Appropriately and clearly documents all claim file activity, including current strategy, plan of action and exit plan in file notes. - Consistently demonstrates coverage analysis, investigation, evaluation and negotiation skills at an intermediate level. - Directs and controls the activities and costs of numerous outside vendors including independent adjusters, defense counsel and coverage counsel. - Effectively presents and discusses loss facts and issues in roundtable discussions to peers and members of management. - Composes and transmits Large Loss Reports and other detailed reporting documents as appropriate in a regular and timely basis. - Manages and monitors file caseload through the use of various resources. - Obtains all required state adjuster licenses and maintains them as required via compliance with mandatory continuing education requirements. - Serves as a technical resource within the Department through mentoring and knowledge-sharing, whether one-on-one, in small groups, or presentations to larger groups. - Meets with intern personnel and others as needed to provide job function overview and/or specific subject-matter training. - Occasionally participates in projects and initiatives lead by other departments and/or W. R. Berkley companies, including audits, workshops, focus groups, task forces, etc. - Initiates appropriate communication with members of management and other Departments. - Attends internal and external seminars and other training events and provides feedback to peers and/or members of management. - Other duties may be assigned.
ID
2024-10233
Primary Location
US-AZ-Scottsdale
Company Admiral Insurance Group
Location Name NJ, Mount Laurel
The Financial Analyst, Financial Planning and Analysis is a key member of a growing Financial Planning and Analysis team.   The role is responsible for developing and producing high quality financial models, running the annual budgeting process, creation of forecasts and KPI and providing analysis to help senior management make major operational, financial and strategic decisions. The position will partner with departments across the organization to provide valuable insights, create compelling data-driven analysis, and ensure forecast/budget projections and financial models support the organization’s overall strategic initiatives. This role is suitable for professionals with intellectual curiosity and a great opportunity to gain cross functional exposure while helping to drive fact-based business decisions across the organization.   - Conduct financial forecasting and create financial models (forecast, budget, and related exhibits) to support business planning efforts. - Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify and analyze financial trends, risk, and opportunities. - Provide guidance and support to business leaders on financial planning, budgeting, and forecasting process. - Develop and maintain financial performance metrics to support business objectives. - Monitor and analyze industry trends and benchmarks to identify opportunities for growth and improvement. - Present financial analysis and insights to senior leadership in a clear and concise manner. - Prepare and communicate profitability analysis focusing on actual results compared to budget/forecast quarterly. - Assist with monthly production of Senior Management Reporting package. - Identify process improvement opportunities to streamline workflow enabling increased focus on analytics. - Perform ad-hoc financial analysis as needed to support our business partners.
ID
2024-10231
Primary Location
US-NJ-Mount Laurel
Company Verus Specialty Insurance
Location Name VA, Glen Allen - 4820 Lake Brook - Suite 200
Responsible for performing accounting duties for Verus premium accounts receivable and claims deductible which include, but are not limited to, billing, collecting, reviewing, and reconciling. Also provides administrative support at an entry level. Balance daily and month end accounts receivable. Under direction, investigate outstanding invoices and make collection efforts via calls or emails.   - Perform all of the duties of an Accounts Receivable Coordinator, as necessary or as assigned, including: data entry, review of accounts, and maintenance of Electronic Fund Transfer information- - Respond to agent and underwriting inquiries and/or complaints either in written or oral form. - Review and process requests for premium refunds. - Recommend payment arrangements where applicable in consultation with a supervisor and/or manager. - Refer appropriate past due accounts to a supervisor and/or manager for possible transfer to collection agencies. Assist in monitoring and reporting on collection agency activities. - Maintain orderly, well documented files and reports for agency bill information. - In addition to the above, be fully capable and proficient in Agency Bill customer service. - Review and verify agency account statements, including audits, cancellations, rescinded items and final notices. Be proficient in the requirements of any and all states. - Ensure timely and accurate: collections of payments, daily reconciliations of cash, daily reviews of the Lockbox file. - Bill and review past due audits and earned premium on cancelled/expired policies. Monitor and report on premiums over 30 days past due. - Perform timely research and resolution of any and all discrepancies between agency remittance statements and Verus statements. - Communicate discrepancies and differences to agencies on a regular basis, and perform timely follow-ups. - Monitor and report on premiums over 90 days past due, and review past due audits.
ID
2024-10229
Primary Location
US-VA-Glen Allen
Company Berkley North Pacific Group
Location Name OR, Lake Oswego - Field Address
As a Territory Manager for Washington and Oregon states, you'll spearhead the optimization of long-term profitable growth in a region ripe with potential. As a seasoned professional, you'll take charge of developing and executing cutting-edge go-to-market and sales strategies, forging robust relationships with external independent agents, and collaborating seamlessly with internal stakeholders. Your role goes beyond traditional management - you'll craft and implement comprehensive business development plans, conduct in-depth market research and competitive analysis, and work hand-in-hand with internal teams to exceed production and profitability targets.   At BNP, we rely on you to not just represent our risk appetite to independent agents, but to spot and seize profitable opportunities as the business landscape evolves. With a holistic approach encompassing all lines of coverage, you'll be pivotal in driving sustainable growth.   What you can expect: - Culture of innovation, teamwork, supportive colleagues and leaders willing to invest in talent - Internal mobility opportunities  - Visibility to senior leaders and partnership with cross functional teams - Opportunity to impact change - Benefits – competitive compensation, paid time off, comprehensive wellness benefits and programs, employer funded health savings account, profit sharing, 401k, paid parental leave, employee stock purchase plan, tuition assistance and professional continuing education We'll count on you for: - Strategic Partnerships: Become the go-to advisor for agents and underwriters, fostering strong, mutually beneficial relationships with agency stakeholders to enhance BNP's standing and maximize revenue streams. - Market Mastery: Demonstrate an expert understanding of the territory, from agency dynamics to competitor landscapes, leveraging this knowledge to inform strategic decisions and stay ahead of market trends. - Leadership Excellence: Lead the charge in business development, agency relations, and go-to-market strategies, setting the standard for client service excellence and collaboration across internal teams. - Innovative Vision: Take an entrepreneurial approach to uncovering new business opportunities, crafting innovative sales strategies, and enhancing customer engagement to drive sustained success. - Strategic Planning: Collaborate closely with underwriting to develop tailored Business Development Strategies that capitalize on market potential, align with our underwriting appetite, and outpace competitors. - Agency Management: Oversee agency compensation programs, prospect new agents in line with regional expansion goals, and make data-driven recommendations to optimize our distribution network. - Analytical Insights: Harness the power of market analytics to pinpoint high-growth prospects and customer segments, driving informed decision-making and maximizing growth potential. - Industry Insight: Deepen your understanding of industry nuances and customer behaviors within the territory, leveraging this insight to tailor strategies for maximum impact.
ID
2024-10228
Primary Location
US-OR-Lake Oswego
Loc2
ID, Meridian
Company Acadia Insurance
Location Name CT, Rocky Hill - 500 Enterprise Drive - 2A
The Senior Loss Control Representative will assist in the acquisition and retention of profitable business by identifying and evaluating hazards and controls for new and existing accounts reduce and control potential losses. Key functions will include but not limited to:   - Conducts surveys and services accounts by identifying and evaluating hazards and controls pertaining to all lines of coverage. - Services existing accounts according to mutually agreed upon plans developed for each account. - Submits recommendations to improve conditions which will mitigate or control the hazards identified and follows-up on recommendations. - Assists accounts on potential exposures and promotes the value of Loss Control and sound safety program in the acquisition and retention of profitable business. - Appraises properties to determine replacement costs for fire insurance coverage. - Monitors own workload to ensure timely service and meet deadlines. - Participates in agency visits and staff meetings as needed. - Provides technical assistance to the claim department on losses. - Provides loss control services for all departments and assists other departments in their efforts to write and retain profitable business. - Coordinates the collection and dissemination of material related to specialized technical areas assigned. - Participates in training and self-development and may mentor/train others within the department. - Meets or exceeds Department Standards for production, quality and timeliness of survey work. - Keeps abreast of industry news and developments. - Exhibits proficiency in all types of surveys for all lines and programs.
ID
2024-10224
Primary Location
US-CT-Rocky Hill
Company WRBC Support Services
Location Name AZ, Scottsdale - 14902 N 73rd Street
The Regulatory Compliance Coordinator facilitates delivery of core services provided by the E&S Compliance Team of W.R. Berkley Corporation.  Reporting to the Manager of the E&S Compliance Team, the Regulatory Compliance Coordinator processes the intake of key communications concerning the businesses served.  The Regulatory Compliance Coordinator may also support or document compliance by the businesses served by the Group Compliance Team.   The Regulatory Compliance Coordinator will perform the following responsibilities:   - Appointments/Licensing  - Assists with tracking continuing education credits and updating spreadsheets, as needed. Participates in agency licensing project from an administrative standpoint.  - Maintain Department calendars in Teams. - System Updates – Primarily responsible for testing system upgrades to BPMI to ensure updates have processed successfully to production site. Assist with suggesting updates to system, as needed. - Consumer Complaints – Assist with administration and filing of responses to various states. Assist with document production and organization of file materials to be included with responses.  - Mail Distribution & Telephone – Primarily responsible for processing all physical mail, and answering phone calls, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., MST. Responding to voicemails received into the department line. - Economic Sanctions/OFAC –Primarily responsible for processing all OFAC reviews received into Lexis Nexis Bridger system for all companies that are incorporated into Excess and Surplus Group Compliance Team. Process manual OFAC alerts, as needed.  - Medicare – Assist with processing spreadsheets, as needed and requested. - Other duties, as assigned
ID
2024-10223
Primary Location
US-AZ-Scottsdale
Loc2
MN, Minneapolis - 222 S 9th Street - Suite 2500
Loc3
IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 3rd Floor
Loc4
IL, Naperville
Loc5
TX, Irving - 222 Las Colinas Boulevard W
Loc6
GA, Atlanta - 2 Ravinia Drive - Suite 1100
Company Berkley Alternative Markets Tech
Location Name VA, Manassas
A Staff engineer at Berkley Alternative Markets Tech is the continuation of an individual contributor role that focuses on scaling of engineering.   - Perform code review upholding best practices and architectural patterns; - Design and develop scalable microservices; - Build low-latency, highly fault tolerant rest APIs to be consumed by multiple client systems; - Architect and develop configuration and integration workflows within multiple apps of the Guidewire suite namely Policycenter, Billingcenter and Claimcenter; - Implement DevOps pipelines for continuous integration and deployment of applications using docker, Jenkins, bamboo and Kubernetes; - Perform recruiting screening and technical assessments of incoming candidates; - Maintain and refine metrics for engineering success. Advocate for these through code review and invest in mentoring team members. Nurture growth in autonomy through critical thinking, - problem analysis, and technical maturity; - Develop, design, and test enterprise Java applications; - Build schemas and databases for various relational database management systems in SQL server and DB2; and - Partner with the various subsidiaries to create a vision for future advancement of our applications
ID
2024-10221
Primary Location
US-VA-Manassas
Company Berkley Accident and Health
Location Name NJ, Hamilton Square
We have an opportunity for a Stop Loss Claims Analyst to join our Berkley Accident and Health team! You will perform quality review and evaluation of all claim submissions received and logged into our claims system to determine whether the amount requested is eligible for reimbursement.    We have a welcoming culture valuing our employees – we trademarked the phrase Everything Counts, Everyone Matters® to describe the Berkley commitment to our people and how we do business. We believe that every person in the organization is important and every accomplishment makes a difference in our results. Come join us!      This role can be based in any of our offices in: Marlborough, MA, Hamilton Square, NJ; West Hartford, CT; or Kulpsville, PA   Key functions include but are not limited to: - Process an average of 5 to 7 claims per day - Maintain a processing accuracy of 99% or better - Determine, on a timely basis, the eligibility of assigned claim by applying the appropriate contractual provisions to the medical facts and specifications of the claim - Review and adjudicate claims within approved authority limits - Maintain assigned claim block and assist other team members while meeting departmental guidelines - Document rationale of claim decisions based on review of the contractual provisions, plan specifications and the analysis of medical records, etc. - Elevate issues to next level of supervision, as appropriate - Other duties as assigned
ID
2024-10220
Primary Location
US-NJ-Hamilton Square
Loc2
CT, West Hartford - 433 S Main Street Suite 200
Loc3
PA, Kulpsville
Loc4
MA, Marlborough - 400 Donald J Lynch Boulevard
Company Berkley Asset Protection
Location Name NY, New York - 757 Third Ave - 10th Floor
We have an opportunity for an Underwriter to join our team!  You will be responsible for transactional underwriting and functions associated with underwriting risks on behalf of Berkley Asset Protection - Jewelers Block.    We have a welcoming culture valuing our employees – we trademarked the phrase Everything Counts, Everyone Matters® to describe the Berkley commitment to our people and how we do business. We believe that every person in the organization is important and every accomplishment makes a difference in our results. Come join us!      Key functions include but are not limited to: - Review and approve new business, endorsements and renewals that fall within underwriting authority and company guidelines; refer risks that fall outside authority or guidelines - Review risk management reports to identify and recommend risk management solutions and requirements - Provide pro-active quote coaching for agents on new business submissions; align and convert referred accounts to new business - Recommend service and risk management solutions at new line and other points of the underwriting transaction with agent/broker - Manage book of business as it grows ensuring high quality and profitability of business - Anticipate insured and agent needs and find service solutions - Collaborate with Distribution, Marketing and Customer Service colleagues to ensure alignment and a consistent customer experience - Frequent in person agent visits for large clients throughout the United States - Work closely with management to implement new innovative solutions to workflow and processing
ID
2024-10219
Primary Location
US-NY-New York
Company Midwest Employers Casualty
Location Name MO, Chesterfield - 14755 North Outer Forty
The Regional Underwriter, ISI, is responsible for the appropriate management and underwriting of an assigned book of business.  This includes executing objectives related to production and profitability goals; appropriate account underwriting; effective negotiations with brokers; and assistance with account service installation via MEC’s value proposition.   Key functions include but are not limited to: Financial - Meet or exceed renewal account retention, premium and loss ratio goals. - Meet or exceed new business premium and loss ratio goals. - Coordinate with Sales regarding new business target accounts. UnderwritingDiscipline - Adhere to department policies, guidelines and authority levels. - Demonstrate excellent knowledge of MEC’s policy and endorsements. - Demonstrate thorough analysis of risk, establishment of appropriate terms, and appropriate documentation to support Analysis and terms. - Submit referrals as required, including key account information and recommendations. - Provide recommendations for improvements to the underwriting risk evaluation approach. Customer and Broker Relationships - Meet or exceed service standards to our broker partners. - Develop brokers regarding utilization of MEC’s value proposition. - Engage, persuade, and provide services to our customers that will meet their needs and assist in improving their workers’ compensation program. Value Proposition - Consistently demonstrate knowledge and utilization of MEC’s value proposition and services. - Remain knowledgeable and up to date regarding MEC resources, services, and outcomes of recommended services. - Claims services. - Predictive analytics services. - Risk management services. - Demonstrate ability to identify services that would potentially be of most value to customers.
ID
2024-10216
Primary Location
US-MO-Chesterfield
Company Berkley Environmental
Location Name GA, Atlanta - 2 Ravinia Drive - Suite 1100
We are hiring 5 -7 candidates to participate in our Associate training program, anticipated to begin in June 2024. - The associate program is a 12-month program. - The expectation upon successful completion of the program is to be assigned as an entry level underwriter or entry level claims adjuster. - Open to all office locations for underwriting (Boston, Jersey City, Philadelphia, Dallas, Chicago, Walnut Creek & Los Angles) and NJ or Texas for claims - Candidates will be pre-selected for either a Claims Associate position or an Underwriting Associate position - Each Associate will complete a rotation in our Underwriting and Claims Department with exposure to our other teams including Finance, Premium Audit, Sales and Marketing, among others. - Associates works under direct supervision. As an associate, you will participate in a training program that will combine coursework and on-the- job training.  - Associates will actively learn about property, casualty and environmental products, underwriting and claims philosophies, strategies, processes and procedures - Associates will establish relationships within the Company and industry and develop entry level sales and marketing skills. All trainees will: - Obtain a thorough understanding of the insurance industry - Learn the property, casualty and environmental products underwritten by Berkley Environmental - Learn the workflows, guidelines and processing steps within the business units - Learn to interact and collaborate with colleagues within the business units   Our Underwriting Associates will: - Learn to underwrite Berkley Environmental products (risk assessment, regulatory compliance, financial analysis and develop decision making skills) - Assist in underwriting and pricing accounts in accordance with business strategies. Formulate and communicate recommendations based on learned underwriting skills - Learn how to perform a financial analysis on the audited/reviewed financials or other financial information of insures using appropriate tools - Create and solicit renewal applications from the broker after reviewing the expiring policy and loss information. Communicate with the broker what is needed for the renewal and any changes to the terms and conditions of the policy - Underwrite endorsement requests from brokers and forward to the underwriting assistant to issue - Develop marketing skills with our agents, brokers and clients - Complete INS21, INS 22, & INS 23 courses
ID
2024-10213
Primary Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Company Berkley Environmental
Location Name MA, Boston - 99 Summer Street - Suite 1000
We are hiring 5 -7 candidates to participate in our Associate training program, anticipated to begin in June 2024. - The associate program is a 12-month program. - The expectation upon successful completion of the program is to be assigned as an entry level underwriter or entry level claims adjuster. - Open to all office locations for underwriting (Boston, Jersey City, Philadelphia, Dallas, Chicago, Walnut Creek & Los Angles) and NJ or Texas for claims - Candidates will be pre-selected for either a Claims Associate position or an Underwriting Associate position - Each Associate will complete a rotation in our Underwriting and Claims Department with exposure to our other teams including Finance, Premium Audit, Sales and Marketing, among others. - Associates works under direct supervision. As an associate, you will participate in a training program that will combine coursework and on-the- job training.  - Associates will actively learn about property, casualty and environmental products, underwriting and claims philosophies, strategies, processes and procedures - Associates will establish relationships within the Company and industry and develop entry level sales and marketing skills. All trainees will: - Obtain a thorough understanding of the insurance industry - Learn the property, casualty and environmental products underwritten by Berkley Environmental - Learn the workflows, guidelines and processing steps within the business units - Learn to interact and collaborate with colleagues within the business units   Our Underwriting Associates will: - Learn to underwrite Berkley Environmental products (risk assessment, regulatory compliance, financial analysis and develop decision making skills) - Assist in underwriting and pricing accounts in accordance with business strategies. Formulate and communicate recommendations based on learned underwriting skills - Learn how to perform a financial analysis on the audited/reviewed financials or other financial information of insures using appropriate tools - Create and solicit renewal applications from the broker after reviewing the expiring policy and loss information. Communicate with the broker what is needed for the renewal and any changes to the terms and conditions of the policy - Underwrite endorsement requests from brokers and forward to the underwriting assistant to issue - Develop marketing skills with our agents, brokers and clients - Complete INS21, INS 22, & INS 23 courses
ID
2024-10212
Primary Location
US-MA-Boston
Company Berkley Southwest
Location Name TX, Irving - 222 Las Colinas Boulevard W
As an Assistant Underwriter, you’ll play a critical role in our Company’s production objectives as you partner with the Underwriting and Sales account teams. Your responsibilities would include monitoring the renewal pipeline, underwriting renewal business, and processing endorsements within your established authority and in consideration of risk, appetite, and pricing guidelines.     What you can expect: - Culture of innovation, teamwork, supportive colleagues and leaders willing to invest in talent - Internal mobility opportunities  - Visibility to senior leaders and partnership with cross functional teams - Opportunity to impact change - Benefits – competitive compensation, paid time off, comprehensive wellness benefits and programs, employer funded health savings account, profit sharing, 401k, paid parental leave, employee stock purchase plan, tuition assistance and professional continuing education We'll count on you to: - Perform underwriting analysis on low complexity renewal  accounts within authority by analyzing exposures, financial stability, historical loss data, and potential hazards. Refers renewals outside of assigned authority to Manager or Underwriter. Applies recommended pricing to underwritten accounts and discusses significant rate changes with the Underwriter and Regional Sales Director to determine the best approach for communication with the agent.  - Serve as account team first point of contact with agent concerning missing information, service issues, billing questions, etc. - Review incoming account endorsement requests for acceptability. Approves endorsements for processing within assigned authority levels. Refers endorsements outside of authority or those with unique exposures to appropriate authority level. - Order loss control reports as required based upon underwriting guidelines or upon the request of the Underwriter. Will review and advise the Underwriter of any discrepancies so that appropriate endorsements can be applied. Reviews loss control reports for risks and follows up on open recommendations. Based upon authority level, may refer poor loss control reports to Underwriter. - Complete required filings. - Review premium audit changes and request updates to exposures, as directed.
ID
2024-10206
Primary Location
US-TX-Irving
Loc2
TX, Irving - 222 Las Colinas Boulevard W
Loc3
TX, San Antonio
Company Berkley North Pacific Group
Location Name ID, Meridian
As an Underwriting Trainee, you’ll embark on a journey of professional growth and development. Under the guidance of experienced managers and coaches, you'll participate in a comprehensive training program designed to hone your skills and knowledge in commercial property and casualty insurance underwriting.  The training program is enterprise-wide and will begin June 2024.  You’ll spend the majority of your time with the Underwriting team at our BNP headquarters located in Meridian, ID as well as travel to our offices in Westbrook, ME and corporate headquarters in Greenwich, CT.    What you can expect:  - Structured Learning: Engage in a blend of field training and classroom-based sessions to master the intricacies of commercial property and casualty underwriting. Gain insights into underwriting philosophy and learn about insurance products and business strategies. - Hands-On Experience: Produce and underwrite new and renewal property and casualty insurance business. Develop expertise in assessing risks, performing financial analysis, and ensuring proper classification of risks for optimal pricing and product matching. - Relationship Building: Cultivate productive relationships with agencies and insurance professionals. Collaborate with business unit colleagues on various exercises, projects, and case studies to broaden your understanding of the industry. - Continuous Development: Acquire financial and business acumen essential for effective underwriting. Embrace leadership opportunities, participate in skill-building exercises, and sharpen your critical thinking abilities. - Visibility:  Collaborate with teams of business unit colleagues on skill building exercises, leadership opportunities, special projects, case studies, and critical thinking exercises in order to develop a holistic understanding of the business and a well-rounded approach to underwriting. - Culture of:  innovation, teamwork, supportive colleagues and leaders willing to invest in talent - Benefits: Competitive compensation, paid time off, comprehensive wellness benefits and programs, employer funded health savings account, profit sharing, 401k, paid parental leave, employee stock purchase plan, tuition assistance and professional continuing education  Successful completion of the program training will enable you to: - Assess Risks: Successfully complete program training to evaluate risks, perform financial analysis, and ensure proper classification of risks for adequate pricing, aligning with business strategies. - Understand the Business: Demonstrate financial savvy and grasp the company's underwriting philosophy essential for your growth as an underwriter. - Engage Customers: Cultivate strong agency and agent relationships to support business goals of profitability, growth, and retention. - Master Tools: Acquire proficiency in business systems and platforms, understanding workflows and processing steps. - Excellence in Customer Service: Hone your customer service skills through training and assignments, ensuring consistent, knowledgeable, and prompt responses to customer needs. - Utilize Analytics: Learn to leverage analytics and tools to enhance sales and pricing strategies, implementing them effectively when required.  
ID
2024-10204
Primary Location
US-ID-Meridian
Company Midwest Employers Casualty
Location Name MO, Chesterfield - 14755 North Outer Forty
We are seeking a dedicated and innovative Quality Assurance Analyst to join our forward-thinking software team. As a key player within our agile scrum teams, you will ensure that all products and services align with our high standards and meet end-user needs. This role offers a vibrant opportunity to lead and shape the future of software quality assurance within our organization.   What You Will Do:   Engage Collaboratively: Actively engage in all facets of the agile process, from daily stand-ups to sprint reviews, bringing your expertise to enhance our project delivery.   Lead and Innovate: Spearhead the development and continual refinement of quality assurance testing standards, tailored to modern best practices and evolving technology landscapes.   Partner and Evaluate: Collaborate with vendors and stakeholders to assess new applications and systems, ensuring alignment with our goals and quality expectations.   Audit and Improve: Conduct meticulous internal audits, leading the charge to uphold and enhance our established software development and integration standards.   Test and Validate: Craft and execute comprehensive test plans and scripts, aimed at optimizing application performance and ensuring end-user satisfaction.   Mentor and Guide: Offer your seasoned expertise as a mentor and coach to budding Quality Assurance Analysts, fostering a learning environment, and strengthening our team’s capabilities.
ID
2024-10203
Primary Location
US-MO-Chesterfield
Company Berkley North Pacific Group
Location Name ID, Meridian
As an Account Specialist, you'll provide policy rating, preparation/issuance and data processing functions in support of Commercial Lines Underwriting. You'll also assist in technical training and documentation within the department.   We'll count on you to: - Rate and issue various transactions including but not limited to new business, Ag renewals, renewal rerates, endorsements and cancellation with using available data processing equipment/programs. - Meet established production goals while maintaining high levels of both quality and service. - Follow up with Underwriting staff and/or agent for missing or inaccurate information. - Order various property inspections and reports per established company processes. - Perform special projects or assignments as requested - Train/mentor new employees in the department - Identify and interpret a variety of insurance documents and forms. - Update department procedure manual as needed.
ID
2024-10202
Primary Location
US-ID-Meridian
Company Acadia Insurance
Location Name NH, Bedford - 4 Bedford Farms Drive
The Senior Underwriter builds dynamic relationships, maintains a strong distribution channel, drives written premium growth, and maximizes renewal retention while delivering a high degree of customer satisfaction within our footprint of Independent Agencies.  Key functions will include but are not limited to: - Strengthens relationships and educates agents within agency plan to maximize opportunities and achieve profitable growth. - Achieves new business premium, renewal premium retention and rate change objectives. - Within company guidelines and granted underwriting authority, evaluates new and renewal information to determines risk acceptability terms/conditions to be quoted, and priced. - Utilizes various underwriting tools to: determine acceptable risk characteristics; determine accurate exposure classifications; set adequate property limits to accomplish appropriate insurance to value and rate and quote business to agents. - Orders and reviews inspections to confirm accounts written are consistent with preliminary underwriting information and acts when the inspection reveals unacceptable risk characteristics. - Account size varies but typically falls in the $100k-$500k range. 
ID
2024-10201
Primary Location
US-NH-Bedford
Company Berkley Alliance Managers
Location Name IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 5th Floor
The AVP, Sr. Claims Examiner handles all aspects of claims notices and files related to professional liability and accompanying coverages, including but not limited to claims and coverage analysis, liability and damages analysis, reserve setting, reporting, reinsurance analysis and reporting, and travel. The role will manage outside defense and coverage counsel that are assigned on claim or pre-claim files, including cost containment and litigation management. It will support and assist with marketing and loss prevention education, including development of educational materials, for assigned product lines, as requested or needed. The AVP, Sr. Claims Examiner supports and assists functional departments, including marketing, risk management, finance and actuarial, including any related travel, as needed or requested. The role actively engages in and embraces the company’s continued learning and innovation culture, including participation in innovation groups to identify solutions for enhancement and change.   Key functions include but are not limited to: - Adjusting all aspects of claims and loss notices, including but not limited to claims and coverage analysis, liability and damages analysis, reserve setting, reporting, reinsurance analysis and reporting and coverage litigation. - Attend mediations, settlement conferences, trials and other claims-related travel as needed or required. - Support the marketing, risk management, finance and actuarial departments, including any related travel, as needed or requested. - Assist with or conduct large loss and reinsurance reporting. - Maintain adjuster’s licenses in all states requiring licenses, or as requested. - Possible product line oversight. - Business-related travel as require or needed. - Assist with marketing and development of risk management materials, as needed - Active engagement in the company’s innovation culture and group - Continued and self-driven learning
ID
2024-10200
Primary Location
US-IL-Chicago
Company WRBC Support Services
Location Name ME, Westbrook
The Regulatory Filings Analyst role works with internal Product Development and Actuarial staff to analyze, prepare, submit, and manage timely approval of company product filings by various state departments of insurance. Products include bureau and proprietary rate, rule, and form filings. This position collaborates with Product Development and Actuarial staff to ensure the product and pricing goals of the operating units are achieved by providing filing expertise and creating filings that satisfy all applicable regulatory compliance requirements. This position also prepares business requirements to update policy administration systems for these filings and prepares updates to product databases and reference manuals.   • Review and analyze bureau circulars and bulletins (e.g., ISO, NCCI, AAIS & Independent bureaus) and collaborate with Product Development and Actuarial staff to provide guidance, prepare and submit rate, rule and form filings for bureau products. • Collaborate with Product Development and Actuarial staff to provide guidance, prepare and submit filings for proprietary rate, rule, and form products. • Interpret state statutes on filing requirements, provide guidance and recommend solutions for DOI concerns related to state filings and related compliance issues. • Responsible for knowledge of filing requirements for various lines of business and assigned states, providing expertise to Product Development and Actuarial staff and other functional units, as required, for assigned state filing issues. • Manage filing projects and service as the first point of contact to respond to questions and objections from state insurance departments to ensure timely approval. • Maintain filing information on department databases and / or SharePoint sites and issue status reports for assigned filing projects and participate in filings update meetings. • Develop documentation for company products and update on-line manuals and other reference materials to aid underwriting in complying with use of approved rate, rule, and form filings. • Participate in product rate, rules, and forms meetings. • Develop clear, concise, and accurate business requirements to update policy administration systems for product filing changes. • Perform policy administration system testing for product filing changes as assigned. • Perform other related duties as assigned.
ID
2024-10196
Primary Location
US-ME-Westbrook
Loc2
IL, Naperville
Loc3
IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 3rd Floor
Loc4
GA, Atlanta - 2 Ravinia Drive - Suite 1100
Loc5
IA, Urbandale - 3840 109th Street
Loc6
TX, Irving - 600 E. Las Colinas Blvd
Company Vela Insurance Services
Location Name IL, Chicago - 550 W Jackson Blvd - 4th Floor
As a strategic partner, the HR Manager works with the Vice President of Human Resources (VP HR) and Operating Unit Leadership to align and support the VP HR with the execution of the talent strategy and operating unity strategic initiatives. This role works closely with Leadership and Group HR to consult, provide advice and guidance as it relates to talent-related activities including but not limited to: recruitment and selection, staff retention, performance management, talent development, compensation planning and employee relations. 
ID
2024-10192
Primary Location
US-IL-Chicago

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