Sr. Compliance Operations Analyst

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Our Business

Selective is a midsized U.S. domestic property and casualty insurance company with a history of strong financial performance for over 95 years. Focused on exceptional employee and customer experience, we are frequently recognized for awards and honors, including being named to Forbes’ 2021 Best Workplaces in Financial Services and Insurance list.

Our Culture

We genuinely care about each other, our customers, and the communities in which we operate. Our leaders actively champion career development and invite us to voice unique ideas and diverse perspectives. If that sounds appealing, we think you would feel inspired on our team to achieve and be rewarded for extraordinary results.

Responsible for personal and commercial lines filings of the company’s rates, rules and forms with the state departments’ of insurance and rating bureaus for a specific group of states and/or assigned region(s). Offers expert guidance and technical knowledge to the Strategic Business Units (SBUs), Business Services Unit (BSU), Actuarial and regional staff. Uses strong analytical skills to influence decisions made on behalf of the company by insurance regulators. Ensures compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements related to form, rate and rule filings.

-Develops, prepares, submits, and monitors state filing initiatives in an accurate and timely fashion, in accordance with desk level procedures within the SharePoint framework. Makes decisions and resolves complex problems encountered in rate, rule and form filing processes.
-Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with key personnel in SBU’s and the BSU to ensure Regulatory Compliance is pro-actively involved and included in programs and projects that may affect the company’s compliance.
-Conduct research and analyze information relative to the development of new products and programs and the impact on state filing requirements through the use of tools such as ISONet and SERFF. Ensure timely and effective communication of finding to all key stakeholders.
-Develop and present training materials for internal customers on related Compliance Operations subjects and/or processes.
-Analyze regulatory alerts in the CODE system in accordance with the CODE process manual to determine the business impact of alerts on our business.
-Effectively communicate potential impacts on appropriate stakeholders.
-Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with key personnel in assigned region(s), ensuring strong partnerships that ensure a focus on compliance and timely responses to any needed changes and/or fixes. Partner with internal customers on complex regulatory alerts to help facilitate changes and ensure compliance.
-Build relationships with state analysts from the department of insurance in assigned areas. Participate on insurance committees, industry and trade associations and bureaus to develop industry relationships and stay current with emerging issues.
-Ensure all filings, both SERFF and drawer, are converted to PDF format and posted to the State Filings Intranet SharePoint site in a timely, accurate and fully searchable context.
-Performs other related complex analysis and tasks as needed to support the team and/or requested by management.-

Annual Salary: Salary range: $59,400.00 – $97,700.00. The actual base salary is based on geographic location, and the range is representative of salaries for this role throughout Selective’s footprint. Additional considerations include the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Compliance Operations Analyst

A new job is a big decision. Don’t work just anywhere. Be Selective.

Our Business

Selective is a midsized U.S. domestic property and casualty insurance company with a history of strong financial performance for over 95 years. Focused on exceptional employee and customer experience, we are frequently recognized for awards and honors, including being named to Forbes’ 2021 Best Workplaces in Financial Services and Insurance list.

Our Culture

We genuinely care about each other, our customers, and the communities in which we operate. Our leaders actively champion career development and invite us to voice unique ideas and diverse perspectives. If that sounds appealing, we think you would feel inspired on our team to achieve and be rewarded for extraordinary results.

Job Description

Prepares and submits personal and commercial lines filings of the company’s rates, rules, and forms with the state departments of insurance and rating bureaus for a specific group of states. Ensure filings comply with applicable legal and regulatory requirements related to Form, Rate, and Rule Filings. Distribute CODE alerts and maintain appropriate documentation in the CODE system for a specific group of states and/or lines of business.

-Develops, prepares, submits, and monitors state filing initiatives in an accurate and timely fashion, in accordance with desk-level procedures within the SharePoint framework.
-Assists SBUs, BSU, and regions with research relative to the development of new products and programs and the impact on state filing requirements through the use of tools such as ISONet and SERFF.
-Ensure all filings, both SERFF and drawer, are converted to PDF format and posted to the State Filings Intranet SharePoint site in a timely, accurate, and fully searchable context.
-Analyze, distribute and monitor regulatory alerts in the CODE system in accordance with the CODE process manual.
-Partner with internal customers on regulatory alerts to help facilitate changes and ensure compliance.
-Performs other related work as required or requested by management.

Selective is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. That means we respect and value every individual’s unique opinions, beliefs, abilities, and perspectives. We are committed to promoting a welcoming culture that celebrates diverse talent, individual identity, different points of view and experiences – and empowers employees to contribute new ideas that support our continued and growing success. Building a highly engaged team is one of our core strategic imperatives, which we believe is enhanced by diversity, equity, and inclusion. We expect and encourage all employees and all of our business partners to embrace, practice, and monitor the attitudes, values, and goals of acceptance; address biases; and foster diversity of viewpoints and opinions.

Selective maintains a drug-free workplace.

Annual Salary: $51,600.00 – $85,000.00. The actual base salary is based on geographic location, and the range is representative of salaries for this role throughout Selective’s footprint. Additional considerations include the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

P&C – Compliance Analyst

T.J. Jerger MGA, LLC. is growing and we are in search of an experienced Compliance Analyst to join our team!

The Compliance Analyst is responsible for the generation and timely submission of all required statistical data calls and assist with the development, preparation and submission of P & C rate, rule, and form filings.

Who are we?

Started in 2006, TJ Jerger is the Managing General Agency for American Traditions Insurance Company, the largest writer of manufactured home insurance in Florida. T.J. Jerger and ATIC are part of the Jerger family of companies.

Why work with us?

We are a family-oriented organization committed to providing competitive compensation and benefits packages to our employees including:

· Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life benefits starting day 1 of employment

· Multiple plans to choose from in order to fit your needs, the company pays 90% of the employee only premium

· 401k plan participation available the 1st quarter after hire with 100% match of 3%, and 50% on the next 2%…fully vested

· Generous PTO and paid holiday schedule

· 1 day of paid volunteer time off per year

· 7.5 hour work days… 37.5 work weeks!

· Onsite workout facility

· Casual dress code (work-appropriate)

What will you be doing?

· Statistical data reporting including but not limited to ISO, Quasr, OFAC, etc.

· Preparation of rates, rules and form filings

· Development and review of coverage documents and rating rules

· Preparing filings to the state insurance departments

· Assist in the implementation of approved rates, rules and forms including updating internal rating, rules, and forms system sheets

· Review internal data and prepare data for filing

· Communicate and disburse to various internal departments, approved filings and miscellaneous regulatory data needed to achieve and maintain regulatory compliance

· Document all assignments and projects as prescribed in department standards

· Act as a liaison with legal and actuary regarding new products

· Other duties as assigned

The Ideal Candidate will possess:

· Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university
· At least 2 years of personal lines property experience
· Property & Casualty Residential Carrier experience (Florida experience a plus)
· Strong analytical, communication and organizational skills
· Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Excel and Power BI)
· Ability to multi-task
· Self-motivated with the ability to think creatively
· Ability to interact with all levels of management

Additional information: Our offices are located at 7785 66th St. N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781 in the Richard and Evelyn Jerger Building along with our sister companies: West Point Insurance Services, Storm King Claims, American Traditions Insurance Company and Jerger & Sons Insurance Agency. Typical office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.

Physical requirement:
This position is in an office environment and would require:
Must be able to remain in a stationary position for 50%- 75% of the time.
Must be able to speak and communicate clearly to other team members.
Constantly operates a computer and other office machinery such as a copy machine, phone/headset, and keyboard.

T.J. Jerger MGA, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

Annual Salary: 45k – 72K depending on experience.

Senior US Regulatory Reporting Analyst

Let’s care for tomorrow.

Your ambitions. Your dreams. Your tomorrow

At Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty SE (AGCS), we are the global leader for insuring corporate and specialty risks in the Allianz Group. Whether it’s aircraft, satellites, the world’s biggest ships and tallest building, cyber-attacks or climate change impacts, AGCS has the major risks covered when it comes to protecting businesses.

We are looking for Senior US Regulatory Reporting Analyst (m/f/d), based in Chicago

Your Team

Our team is committed to invest in our people through training and professional development while supporting you along the way—all so you can meet your career goals. To us, the most important measure of our success is yours.

The Impact You Will Have

Reporting to the Head of Premium Tax, Data Call & General Accounting, as Senior US Regulatory Reporting Analyst you are an individual ready to join a Global Company in the North America AGCS Finance team to complete regulatory reporting through Verisk (Formally ISO). This person should have an understanding of the insurance industry and preferably you have knowledge of Verisk reporting. This person should be a team player that can think outside the box and continue to grow their knowledge and processes.

Some of your specific responsibilities could include:

Generate monthly and quarterly reports for the bureaus and generate reconciliation reports monthly/quarterly/yearly, including reviewing and approving release to the regulator
Research issues with out of balance or data quality issues over the tolerance points allowable by the regulator, analyzing options for corrections and making go forward decision
Act as subject matter expert to the various stakeholders to provide insight into reporting requirements and liaison with the bureaus as required to support the stakeholder inquiries
Coordinate and support the business in implementing ISO Circulars and Bureau (ISO, NISS, NCCI, TICO, Mass Auto CAR, and Surety Association) reporting changes from Verisk, including making any changes required to the AGCS applications
Build and manage relationships with key business functions to ensure US Regulatory Reporting stakeholders have transparency and insight into evolving US Regulatory reporting requirements

What You’ll Bring to the Role

5 to 7 years resolving discrepancies and disputes
3 to 7 years general accounting and advanced computers software skills e.g. Microsoft/SQL/Power BI
Ability to analyze data, interpret figures, apply the knowledge of data mining and financial systems
Analytic problem-solving skills with high degree of accuracy
Strong time management and presentation skills
Oral and written expression proficiency in English
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, IT or Data Science required

The annualized base pay range for this role is $75,409-128,400. The annual base salary range represents Chicago market range. The actual salary for this position may be above and will be determined by a number of factors, including the scope, complexity and location of the role; the skills, education, training, credentials and experience of the candidate. The base pay is just one component of the AGCS total compensation package. As part of our comprehensive compensation and highly rated benefits programs, employees are also eligible for annual performance-based cash incentive awards.

What’s in it for you?

Let’s care about everything that makes you, you

We are committed to nurturing an inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong. We offer a hybrid working model, which recognizes the value of striking a balance between in-person collaboration and remote working. Please feel free to discuss flexible working arrangements with us.

Let’s care for your financial wellbeing

We believe in rewarding performance with a great compensation and benefits package (details vary by location), including a generous bonus scheme and pension.

Let’s care for your opportunities to progress

From career development and digital learning programmes to international career mobility, we offer lifelong learning for our employees worldwide and an environment where innovation, delivery and empowerment are fostered.

Let’s care for life’s twists and turns

From our support for flexible working, health and wellbeing (including private healthcare and generous parental leave benefits), to helping people return from career breaks with experience that nothing else can teach. We’ve got your back.

Let’s care for our society and our planet

With opportunities to be engaged in shaping a future that is safe, inclusive and sustainable, we care for the tomorrows of our people, our industry and our clients.

Care to join us?

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) is a global corporate insurance carrier and part of Allianz Group. We provide risk consultancy, Property-Casualty insurance solutions and alternative risk transfer for a wide spectrum of commercial, corporate and specialty risks across 10 dedicated lines of business. Learn more about us by clicking here.

Allianz is an equal opportunity employer, and therefore welcomes applications regardless of ethnicity or cultural background, age, gender, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation or any other protected characteristic. Diversity of thinking is an important part of our company culture.

People with disabilities:
We want to give all our candidates the best opportunity to succeed. If you need any adjustments to be made during the application and selection process, please email [email protected]

Recruitment Agencies:
AGCS has an in-house recruitment team, which focuses on sourcing great candidates directly. AGCS does not accept unsolicited resumes from agency or search firm recruiters. Fees will not be paid in the event a candidate submitted by a recruiter without an agreement in place is hired. When we do use agencies, we have a PSL in place, so please do not contact managers directly.

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Policy and Form Review Examiner – Life and Health

The Examiner will review health insurance policy forms and other documents with respect to compliance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), market reforms and other federal and state statutes. The work will be conducted on behalf of federal and state regulatory authorities. There are multiple openings and opportunities on both a salaried and 1099 contractor basis.

The Examiner will perform the following duties:

· Analyze health insurance product submissions (i.e., policies, riders, amendments, endorsements, evidence of coverage, Summary of Benefits and Coverages, solicitations, compliance review tools, etc.) to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws.

· Deliver appropriate objections and recommendations regarding compliance of health insurance contract provisions at very high standards.

· Complete the work with high quality and within defined timelines.

· Actively participate in peer review as part of the quality program.

· Maintain up-to-date understanding of relevant health insurance policy changes.

Annual Salary: $35 – $60 an hour

Deputy Commissioner of Insurance – Property & Casualty

The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) seeks a talented leader to serve as Deputy Commissioner of the Bureau of Insurance’s (BOI) Property & Casualty Division (Division). This is a senior leadership and managerial position with primary responsibility for oversight of the Property & Casualty Division of BOI. This position oversees the performance of five operational sections of the Division and is one of six Deputies reporting directly to Virginia’s Commissioner of Insurance. Additional responsibilities of this position include advising the Commissioner and Commission on all matters relating to P&C insurance and its regulatory oversight in Virginia; participating in NAIC working groups; implementing and administering policy; communicating information on complex issues with regulated entities, industry and agent trade associations, and consumers; and making recommendations on laws and rules. Public presentations and some travel are required. Preferred qualifications for this position include comprehensive professional senior level experience in the insurance industry and/or insurance regulation with a demonstrated ability to develop executable strategy with a “big picture” perspective; experience leading and managing professional staff; and educational background or experience in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Accounting, or a related field. Knowledge of the laws, rules, and regulations governing property and casualty insurance regulation is preferred.
The ideal candidate will have the ability to: lead and manage projects to ensure that results and deliverables are achieved; make quality and timely decisions; lead projects obtaining desired results; lead and direct the performance of employees in a hybrid working environment while inspiring vision and motivation in the delivery of BOI and SCC services; and maintain effective working relationships with SCC staff, industry personnel, legislators, and the general public. Applicants must have the ability to lead, manage, train, coach, motivate, and develop professional staff. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential.

Annual Salary: $113,500 – $140,000

Manager, Compliance

See job decscription on Paragon’s website url above

Annual Salary: to align with experience 100K plus

Compliance Analyst

The American Road Insurance Company (TARIC), a subsidiary of Ford Credit, is expanding its commercial auto insurance product offering and is seeking experienced staff to lead the effort. The goal is to bring insurance to commercial customers as part of the one-stop experience for Ford Pro customers and create excitement about a new option for competitive commercial vehicle insurance across all brands.

What you’ll be able to do:

Prepare and file commercial automobile insurance rate and form filings via the State Electronic Rates and Forms Filing (SERFF) System, renew service contract related licenses and ensure compliance with legal and emerging regulatory requirements
Research state filing requirements for each line of insurance, service contracts, third party obligors
Maintain documents and matrices in support of state insurance filings, including administration of insurance policies and surety bonds
Continually monitor state insurance department sites and notifications for new product updates, procedure changes, filing modifications and rate adjustments
Complete various state insurance filings, ensuring compliance with state requirements
Prepare and file accurate and timely documents to state insurance regulators and respond to bulletins and compliance requests, as required, while serving as the liaison between insurance regulators to respond to any inquiries and resolve any issues
Complete other insurance operations tasks and training as required
Must be able to work a hybrid schedule (onsite in Dearborn and work remotely)

The minimum requirements we seek:
Bachelor’s Degree
2+ years of SERFF commercial automobile insurance rate and form filing experience
2+ years of experience with MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) and SharePoint

QUALIFICATIONS
Our preferred requirements:

Paralegal or accounting experience
Insurance company licensing
Insurance agency compliance experience
Knowledge of P&C industry corporate governance and compliance regulations (certification/licensing a plus)
Detail oriented with effective organizational, time management, and follow-up skills
Acute attention to detail and deadline driven
Self-motivated and strong drive for results
Experience working with insurance regulations, legislation or compliance
Strict adherence to confidentiality while working with sensitive personal information
Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks in a timely manner and prioritize workload
Ability to identify and implement process improvements
Excellent communication (oral and written) and presentation skills

Annual Salary: For information on Ford’s benefits and compensation: https://corporate.ford.com/content/dam/corporate/us/en-us/documents/careers/2022-benefits-and-comp-GSR-sal-plan-1.pdf

Product Filing Analyst

As a Product Filing Analyst, you will support the Group Benefits Strategy by taking full ownership of assigned project work and adhere to department processes and procedures. In this role, you will be applying simplified language writing tools to develop language complying with state and federal requirements and filing newly developed products, enhanced products, rates, advertising, compliance and regulatory filings by the target dates set and support the entire filing process until you gain approval of assigned filings

You are

~Compliance-focused
~Analytical
~Able to manage multiple deliverables simultaneously
~Able to meet challenging deadlines
~Flexible and can adapt to changing business priorities
~A person that does the right thing

You have

~3+ years related experience (contract drafting and filing, life and health product development, and compliance related job duties)
~Good understanding of group and individual life and health products
~Proficiency with SERFF
~Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
~Strong verbal and written communication skills
~Strong judgement skills
~High School Diploma or GED

You will

~Understand product initiatives and collaborate with impacted business areas through the filing process
~Submit timely state filings and ensure compliant approvals that maintain the intended product integrity
~Work independently and as a member of the State Filing Team

Annual Salary: $55,570.00 – $92,610.00 The salary range reflected above is a good faith estimate of base pay for the primary location of the position. The salary for this position ultimately will be determined based on the education, experience, knowledge, and abilities of the successful candidate. In addition to salary, this role may also be eligible for annual, sales, or other incentive compensation.

Senior Compliance Lead

We’re looking for a Senior Compliance Lead to join a fun, energetic team of insurance veterans who are passionate about regulatory compliance.

You’ll leverage your regulatory and insurance knowledge to deliver metrics and reporting, reviewing and dissecting insurance documents—including claims and other transactional records—to ensure our business practices are best in class. You’ll serve as a primary interface with state insurance regulators, leading a talented team as they deliver professional, comprehensive, and timely responses to regulatory complaints and inquiries, and helping evolve processes to meet our own high standards.

The starting base range for this position is between $100,000 and $120,000 per year. Base pay is one component of Lemonade’s total compensation package, which will also include equity in the form of RSUs, access to healthcare benefits, 401(k) plan with company match, robust PTO, parental leave, and more.

In This Role You’ll
Identify areas of concern and problem solve with internal stakeholders
Recommend, develop, and implement process improvements
Meet tight deadlines while maintaining high standards and paying close attention to detail
Monitor data, identify trends, design and prepare regular reports to internal stakeholders
Communicate clearly and professionally with state regulators
Ensure tight feedback loop between Compliance team and internal stakeholders
Maintain impeccable records

What You’ll Need
5+ years of insurance complaint experience
BA in English, History, or Political Science preferred
Extensive P&C insurance knowledge
Superior writing skills, masterful at all things Google Workspace, and an ability to communicate issues clearly and concisely
Ability to work in an office environment 3 days a week

Annual Salary: $100,000 and $120,000 per year