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  • Program Manager
    Job # 1423
    Job Type: Underwriting
    Start Date: 03/06/2018
    Location: Hartford, CT
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    Global insurance company has an opportunity for a highly motivated individual interested in having oversight authority to ensure the profitable growth of an assigned book of managing general agents.   The ideal candidate will be interested in working within a collaborative team environment while engaging with clients on a day to day basis while working on complex national accounts. 

    Responsibilities include:

    Develop underwriting guidelines.

    Perform complex pricing while creating financial designs.

    Manage complex National Accounts.

    Manages agents through examining and evaluating accounts in accordance with company underwriting guidelines.

    Act as liaison to multiple departments throughout the organization.

    Act as Project leader for multiple programs.

    Build effective working relationships with assigned agency personnel as well as internal team members.

    Independently researches and evaluates information to determine risk acceptability, exposures and underwriting information to make logical decisions that support company strategy and guidelines.

    Effectively communicates and negotiates underwriting and pricing objectives to achieve optimal outcomes.

    Drive new business and renewal opportunities through effective marketing and sales skills.

    Complete agency audits within company guidelines to ensure compliance to underwriting and pricing standards for agents with delegated underwriting authority.

    Travel- required for marketing visits, conducting audits or annual reviews.

    Attend agency conferences, organizes seminars and breakout sessions.

    Participate and lead special projects related to onboarding new programs.

    Requirements:

    Qualifications include:

    Bachelor’s degree required.

    2 years of commercial insurance underwriting related experience.

    Must have experience and be confident with customer facing responsibilities.

    Knowledge and application of negotiation techniques for day-to-day interactions with agents and customers to achieve optimal outcomes.

    Multiline Underwriting and exposure to variety of business segments preferred.

    Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    Knowledge and exposure to insurance agency operations.

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  • Claims Counsel
    Job # 1424
    Job Type: Claims Counsel
    Start Date: 03/06/2018
    Location: Greater New York City Area
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    A leading global insurance provider is seeking a Claims Counsel - Commercial E & O will be responsible for claims nationwide.  This position will complement the existing professional liability claims team that supports the business unit. The successful candidate will be able to provide insight and analysis on complex high profile/high exposure Professional Lines/E & O claims.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Handle complex Professional Liability claims

    • Provide coverage, liability and damages analysis for complex professional liability claims,

    specifically for Commercial E&O classes of business

    • Ability to proactively identify exposures and claim trends which may affect the portfolio and

    provide written assessments to the business unit

    • Resolve problems and respond to coverage questions for underwriting team and

    senior management

    • Professional Lines policy drafting

    • Effectively represent Company interests at client meetings, mediations, external meetings

    and industry events

    • As part of the Global Claims Team you will be expected to contribute to the success

    of the team by working closely with your colleagues worldwide on various projects as

    directed by the EVP, Global Insurance Claims and other members of Executive Team. This

    may include attending various industry conferences, possibly as a speaker/presenter,

    publishing on current claim trends and issues and assisting other offices on complex claims.

    • You will be asked to communicate with underwriting and other functional groups within the

    organization

    • Other duties as required by management

    • Some travel as required

    Requirements:

    Required Skills & Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 5 years experience as an E & O Claims Counsel at an Insurance Company,

    and/or in combination with law firm experience is required

    • Juris Doctor degree preferred

    • Proven ability to provide coverage, liability and damages analysis for complex professional

    liability claims, specifically on Commercial E&O classes of business

    • Direct handling of complex E &O claims, primary and excess

    • Strong experience attending mediations and negotiating settlements

    • Professional lines policy drafting experience

    • Ability to establish close working relationship with underwriting, actuarial and legal

    • Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills. Candidates may be asked to

    provide writing samples

    • Analytical, decision making and resource management skills with attention to detail.

    • Strong commitment to providing superior client service

    • Strong negotiating, analytical, written and organizational skills

    • Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and various in-house claims systems)

     

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  • Claims Counsel, E&O Professional Liability
    Job # 1425
    Job Type: Claims Counsel
    Start Date: 03/06/2018
    Location: Greater New York City Area
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    A leading global insurance provider is seeking a Claims Counsel, E&O – Professional Underwriting will be responsible for claims nationwide.  This position will complement the existing professional liability claims team that supports the business unit. The successful candidate will be able to provide insight and analysis on complex high profile/high exposure Professional Lines/E & O claims.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Handle complex Professional Liability claims

    • Provide coverage, liability and damages analysis for complex professional liability claims, including but not limited to the insurance agent/broker class of business

    • Ability to proactively identify exposures and claim trends which may affect the portfolio and

    provide written assessments to the business unit

    • Resolve problems and respond to coverage questions for underwriting team and

    senior management

    • Professional Lines policy drafting

    • Effectively represent Company interests at client meetings, mediations, external meetings

    and industry events

    • As part of the Global Claims Team you will be expected to contribute to the success

    of the team by working closely with your colleagues worldwide on various projects as

    directed by the EVP, Global Insurance Claims and other members of Executive Team. This

    may include attending various industry conferences, possibly as a speaker/presenter,

    publishing on current claim trends and issues and assisting other offices on complex claims.

    • You will be asked to communicate with underwriting and other functional groups within the

    organization

    • Other duties as required by management

    • Some travel as required

    Requirements:

    Required Skills & Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 3 years experience as an E & O Claims Counsel at an Insurance Company,

    and/or in combination with law firm experience is required

    • Juris Doctor degree preferred

    • Proven ability to provide coverage, liability and damages analysis for complex professional

    liability claims, specifically on Commercial E&O classes of business

    • Direct handling of complex E &O claims, primary and excess, including an Insurance Agent/Broker program

    • Strong experience attending mediations and negotiating settlements

    • Professional lines policy drafting experience

    • Ability to establish close working relationship with underwriting, actuarial and legal

    • Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills. Candidates may be asked to

    provide writing samples

    • Analytical, decision making and resource management skills with attention to detail.

    • Strong commitment to providing superior client service

    • Strong negotiating, analytical, written and organizational skills

    • Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook and various in-house claims systems)

     

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  • Claims Specialist
    Job # 1428
    Job Type: Claims
    Start Date: 03/22/2018
    Location: Hartford, CT
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    Our client is currently seeking a Claims Specialist to handle professional liability claims for all product lines.

    Responsibilities:

    Working under the general supervision of the senior claims leader and acting within authority appropriate for this position, the claims handler is expected to:

    The primary responsibilities of this position are to investigate, evaluate and resolve medical claims. The position requires handling claims across varied medical specialties.

    Conducts investigations to gather evidence and facts sufficient to make appropriate decisions including obtaining review of medical records and expert opinions.

    Reviews coverage and seeks consultation on coverage issues; evaluate liability and damages; determines appropriate course of action for case resolution. Makes decisions and takes action within authority.

    Obtains written consent from insureds; negotiates settlements; utilizes appropriate methods, such as mediation, ADR, and structured settlements.

    Evaluates reserves per company guidelines.

    Secures satisfactory results and timely closures.

    Works closely with defense counsel to establish litigation plan of actions and budgets.

    Presents claims at internal claim roundtables.

    Attending mediations, court conference and trials. 

    Preferred Candidates:

    Should possess strong knowledge of relevant legal decisions, claim trends and industry practices

     

    Requirements:

    Requirements:

    5-10 years medical malpractice or equivalent claims experience.

    Proficiency with Excel, Word and demonstrated aptitude with Windows based operating systems

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  • Professional Lines Underwriter
    Job # 1429
    Job Type: Underwriting
    Start Date: 03/27/2018
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    A leading global insurance company is seeking a Professional Lines Underwriter.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Underwriting of Miscellaneous Professional Liability, Technology Errors and Omissions,
    • Cyber Liability, Media Liability, Architects and Engineers Professional Liability, and Insurance
    • Agents and Brokers
    • Ability to evaluate all individual risk characteristics and properly determine capacity,
    • attachment point, terms and pricing
    • Maintain and enhance existing broker relationships as well as identify and develop new
    • relationships within the Midwest region with both retail and wholesale partners.
    • Develop and execute marketing plan aimed at retaining existing business and producing new
    • opportunities
    • Ability to participate in account discussions while exercising discretion and independent
    • judgment in the analysis and evaluation of risk
    • Ability to effectively interact, communicate and negotiate with all levels of external and/or
    • internal business partners.
    Requirements:

    Qualifications:

    • Established relationships with Retail and Wholesale Network in Chicago Marketplace
    • Minimum of 3-5 years of professional lines underwriting experience
    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Strong analytical and organizational skills
    • Ability to travel approximately 10% of the time
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  • Payroll Specialist
    Job # 1430
    Job Type: Accounting
    Start Date: 04/09/2018
    Location: Middlesex County
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    Our client is seeking a Payroll Specialist or Accountant to join their Accounting team.  This position is responsible for accurate processing and recording of company’s payroll and related deductions and expenses, that will provide timely and accurate financial information, and will  participate in daily data entry Payroll processing.

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    • Responsible for the preparation and processing of biweekly payroll including time reporting interface  for approximately 180  employees; review and ensure accuracy of approved timesheets in electronic time keeping system (currently using ADP time and attendance) ; process correct  garnishment calculations and compliance and calculate other special payroll deductions
    • Responsible for the management of workflow to ensure all payroll transactions including benefits, 401k elections, special deductions are processed accurately and timely
    • Responsible for the coordination efforts between payroll and  human resources to ensure proper flow and maintenance of employee data (including preparation/distribution of detailed reports, e.g. leave balances; overtime, census data, and retirement contribution reports)
    • Handle the administration of the electronic timekeeping system. Setup each employee, validate employee's charges, and adherence to FLSA; monitor submissions of approved timesheets and ensure valid data transfers to/from payroll service
    • Handle the administration and set up of new hires, leaves, and terminations of each employee in payroll system 
    • Maintain/scan all payroll related employee data to support biweekly processing,  ensure that employee changes are entered correctly and made on a timely basis; review changes for proper authorization and adherence to company policies including compliance with federal/state/local regulations
    • Process manual check and relocation metric’s
    • Review  payroll prior to transmission and validate information on previewed reports
    • Prepare journal entry to record payroll and related expenses and  deductions to the general ledger into various departments and cost centers
    • Reconcile payroll and payroll tax reporting after each pay run to general ledger and to ADP to ensure accurate tax filings including  cash activity
    • Reconcile related payroll deductions including benefits, 401k and other special deductions to payroll reports, benefit invoices, and 401k administrative service to invoices and the general ledger. Maintain cumulative worksheets by employee
    • Monitor quarterly tax filings and maintain copies
    • Calculate 401(K) employer match on a biweekly basis in accordance with provisions of plan and  prepare the  file to upload employee deferrals, employer match and loan repayments to pension administrative portal
    • Develop ad hoc financial and operational reporting as needed
    • Special projects and research – Annual W-2 forms, Census reporting, employee compensation cards
    Requirements:

    Qualifications:

    • Associate Degree in Accounting/Business Administration required or equivalent experience
    • Strong skills using and understanding the flow of transactions in an integrated and automated payroll accounting system
    • Experience with processing multi-state payroll
    • Working knowledge of payroll best practices
    • Excellent skills using  Microsoft Excel and Word
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise extreme discretion
    • Excellent problem solving/judgment skills, and high level of attention to detail and accuracy
    • Strong organizational skills, and the ability to work under pressure
    • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks and meet all deadlines
    • Must be able to create reconciliations that clearly communicate
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  • Director, Business Development
    Job # 1432
    Job Type: Business Development
    Start Date: 04/18/2018
    Location: Los Angeles, CA or San Francisco, CA
    Salary: Open
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    Description:

    The Director, Business Development will lead the effort to raise corporate profile, effectiveness and reputation by deepening and extending the agency relationships and impacting strategic initiatives and business development efforts.  This is a strategically important role with decision making responsibility and strong influence.

    Responsibilities:

    Drive business development strategies in conjunction with our agency/brokerage partners that maximize revenue opportunities across a wide territory;

    Serve as a single point of contact for agents/brokers in dealing with product support, quality service, opportunity assessments, and the overall fulfillment of their multiline needs;

    Lead the effort to raise corporate profile, effectiveness and reputation by deepening and extending our agency/brokerage relationships:

    Support the overall strategic management of the key broker relationships;

    Work to learn their businesses and support specific areas of broker interaction and marketing

    Developed under-served territories o Identify and qualify new agency relationships

    Be a primary source of business intelligence and internal communication

    Distribute regular written communications and status on each key relationship;

    Manage a dynamic prospect list that leads to sustainable, profitable growth for the corporation

    Partner with other business development resources in Insurance and the company to maximize business development and cross-selling opportunities;

    Actively manage meeting calendars, agendas and follow-ups with our key agency partners;

    Interact and develop relationships with each key broker's "relationship manager";

    Manage our account rounding efforts with our agency partners;

    Manage our agency compensation platforms and communicate results monthly/quarterly as needed.

     

    Requirements:

    Desired Skills & Experience

    Minimum of 15 years of insurance industry experience with responsibilities encompassing: underwriting, product development, risk management, distribution strategy, needs assessment, and client relationship management;

    Highly visible and well known to the agency community;

    Deep understanding of agent/ broker's marketing and distribution strategies;

    Significant knowledge of agent/brokers, marketing, and distribution strategy;

    Strong business development, client engagement and relationship management skills including account rounding, and retention relationship management, and business development skills.

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