Compliance Consultant

Assisting with Compliance filings in multiple states (COA renewals, state specific forms, data calls, annual/qterly reporting, etc.), ad-hoc projects and research. Assist with licensing efforts and assist with new law/regulation management.

Associate Product Manager

Combined Insurance, a Chubb Company, is seeking an Associate Product Manager to join our fast-paced, high energy, growing company. We are proud of our tradition of success in the insurance industry of over 100 years. Come join our team of hard-working, talented professionals!

Health Insurance Rates Examiner

The State Corporation Commission’s (SCC) Bureau of Insurance (BOI) is seeking a Health Insurance Rates Examiner to join our Life & Health Division, which regulates life and health insurance companies in Virginia. The SCC offers a hybrid work schedule (generally 3 days of telework, 2 days in office), on-the-job training, as well as opportunities to attend job-related training and to obtain related certifications and designations.

The selected candidate for this position will review accident and sickness insurance rate submissions to ensure compliance with the Virginia Insurance and Administrative Codes. The Health Insurance Rates Examiner will analyze and review insurance rates and policy forms; determine rate filings’ compliance with insurance laws, regulations, and administrative rules; communicate with insurers and their consultants about results of a review; assist with making necessary corrections to the filings; and maintain clear and accurate records of all filings in accordance with section procedures. This position involves conducting research and highly detailed analysis. Once trained, the Health Insurance Rates Examiner will work fairly autonomously. Additional responsibilities include attending meetings and trainings, participating in special projects and team analysis, and completing related work as assigned.

Preferred qualifications for this position include professional experience in health insurance and/or a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field. Ideal candidates for this position will have strong analytical skills, attention to detail, reading comprehension skills, and effective written and verbal communication. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with SCC staff and industry personnel is critical for success. Proficiency with general office software, including Microsoft Office applications, is essential. Ideal candidates for the Health Insurance Rates Examiner will have the ability to review and analyze insurance rates, and forms as well as read, understand, interpret, and apply sections of the Virginia Insurance and Administrative Code. Knowledge or experience in the health insurance field is a plus.

Annual Salary: $48,000 – $60,000 – Starting salary commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

Director, Data Reporting

Zenith Insurance Company a team of Workers’ Compensation Specialists committed to helping businesses succeed by protecting against the financial and human consequences of workplace injuries, providing for the needs of injured employees and making the workplace safer is recruiting for a Director, Data Reporting.

Requirements include 5+ years progressively responsible experience in:

• NCCI Policy Data Reporting requirements.
• Workers’ Compensation Unit Statistical reporting and be a subject matter expert in the NCCI Unit Statistical Plan, the NCCI Unit Statistical Reporting Guidebook, the WCIO Workers Compensation Statistical Reporting Specifications (WCSTAT) Data Specification Manual.
• Expert in the NCCI Policy Data Reporting requirements and the WCIO WCPOLS Data Specification Manual including the various states POC requirements. The NCCI Policy Data Collection, Unit Data Collection, Indemnity Data Call, and Data Manager Dashboard suite of tools, as well as independent bureau websites online tools for managing unit statistical and policy reporting.
• 3+ Years people leadership experience preferred
For complete details please visit the Zenith Career Portal at

Health Forms Manager

This position is a member of the Rates, Forms and Provider Networks management team. Reporting to the Forms Compliance Manager, the Health Forms Manager is responsible for the timely, consistent, and efficient review of health plan form filings submitted by the insurance industry. This includes ensuring that state and federal statutes, rules, and case law are accurately reflected in the processes, procedures, and review criteria produced by professional staff for use on reviewing health plan forms and depended upon by Insurance companies when developing health plans and submitting form filings for use in Washington State. This position focuses on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The successful incumbent will possess the ability to adapt to ever changing regulatory landscape, lead with empathy, and be willing to take appropriate risks.

Develops short-term strategic (1-3 years) operating plans, goals, and objections for the regulation of health plan form filings and implements tactics for the ongoing review of health plan form filings.
Directs and controls the development and implementation of policies, procedures, regulation, and statutes for the regulation of health plan forms.
Directly accountable for the overall performance of the Health Forms Unit.
Directs the review of health plan forms submitted by regulated entities.
Assures appropriate and optimum use of the organizations resources and enhances the effectiveness of employees through timely appraisal and professional development opportunities.
Independently identifies undecided policy and legal issues, directs questions to the appropriate subject matter experts, and develops and implements tactics to address existing gaps, including rulemaking and legislative proposals.
Represents the OIC on a local and national level, speaking on behalf of the agency, and participating on National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) task forces and work groups.
Supervise the Health Forms Unit Functional Program Analysts who perform the following in their review of health plan filings for all health plan issuers (regulated entities), including but not limited to:

Developing performance expectations and conducting performance evaluations, including individual development, and training plans.
Assigning, planning, instructing, and checking the work of assigned staff; coaching and recognizing staff.
Approving/disapproving request for outside employment, leave, and overtime and/or exchange time; recommending or approving/disapproving (as delegated) employee training requests.
Conducting supervisory fact-findings into alleged misconduct and/or performance deficiencies, taking appropriate corrective action, and/or disciplinary action up through a Letter of Reprimand. (For discipline affecting pay of individuals, make a recommendation for consideration to the appointing authority.)

This is a Washington Management Service (Band 02) position. The annual salary range is between $94,008 – $105,816. Wage/salary depends on qualifications.

Annual Salary: $94,008 – $105,816

Manager, Product Filing and Forms

Manager, Product Filings and Forms

Job Summary:

Americo is currently hiring for a Manager of Product Filings and Forms to direct the execution of contract drafting and filing strategies in support of the company’s new product initiatives and maintain compliance of currently marketed products and in-force business, ensuring cohesive and efficient execution. This individual will collaborate with the Product Development actuaries to create innovative products that are timely and responsive to industry trends. Along with directing and prioritizing implementation of new forms in contract composition (Thunderhead) to facilitate the efficient implementation of new products and maintain contract compliance.

Key Responsibilities:

Oversee contract composition function
Direct product drafting and filing strategies in support of new product initiatives and product maintenance.
Establish and direct department priorities by making assignment and delegation decisions that best serve the achievement of company objectives.
Daily management and administration of Product Development – Compliance department, including tasks such as associate review and development, scheduling and documenting attendance, and management and audit of department budget and expenses.
Assist other business units as requested in the interest of promoting compliance in all aspects of the Company’s operations.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of management principles
Knowledge of life insurance and annuity product fundamentals
Knowledge of function and mechanisms of form filing process from both an industry and state perspective
Knowledge of function and mechanism of form drafting
Knowledge of function and mechanisms of contract composition
Knowledge of current industry environment
Knowledge of legal/compliance research tools
Problem identification/assessment
Project management and implementation
Ability to manage concurrent and competing priorities
Advanced interpersonal skills
Advanced computer skills: MS Word, Access, Excel, Adobe Acrobat and general understanding of industry systems

Americo: We’re in this for life!

The roots of the Americo family of companies date back more than 100 years. Americo is a life insurance, annuity, and Medicare Supplement Insurance company providing innovative products to our customers. At Americo, it’s the people who make things work, so we hope you join us!

What you’ll love about working at Americo:

Compensation: You’ll feel valued with our competitive pay and robust bonus program that’s offered to all associates.

Learning and development: We prepare you with a comprehensive, paid training program that will get you ready for success. Additionally, our Talent Development team creates a variety of development opportunities for associates at every stage of their careers.

Work-life balance: We place true value on work-life balance with our generous paid time off; you begin accruing hours right off the bat every month and it increases with tenure. All new hires earn over 4 weeks of paid time off annually, plus 11 paid company holidays! We also support new parents with a generous new child leave program, along with paid STD and LTD.

Health and well-being: We commit to your health and well-being and are proud to offer comprehensive health and life insurance options including FSA or HSA accounts and subsidies to support your health and fitness goals through vendor partnerships at The Y, Orange Theory, WW, and more.

Future planning: Americo offers a 401(k) with a company match, and we provide child care and education tax credits or savings options.

Giving back: We support several local organizations like Ronald McDonald House, Hope Lodge, the American Red Cross, Harvesters, and many more. Our associates volunteer their time and donate money alongside the company to make a difference in our community.

The fun stuff: Americo participates in Kansas City Corporate Challenge, and it’s a great way to connect with coworkers. Additionally, we host events like a Royals Party at the K, a legendary Holiday Party, and in-office events with local vendors as a way for associates to step away from work and enjoy each other’s company.

Bustling environment: Our newly renovated offices are conveniently located in downtown Kansas City, within walking distance to your favorite restaurants and attractions. Plus, you’ll receive complimentary paid parking near our Americo offices – downtown parking is a premium, but we’ve got you covered.

Insurance Product Innovation Associate

To deliver on this exciting category-defining product, we seek a creative, motivated, and innovative commercial P&C professional to lead new insurance product innovation for property, general liability, and other P&C coverages.

As a key Insurance Operations team member, you will play an integral role in shaping our insurance product strategy. Working closely with our Underwriting, Actuarial, Claims, Product, Go-To-Market, Marketing, and Partnership teams, you will be responsible for the development of both new insurance products as well as driving continuous improvements to Vouch’s current insurance products. Also, you will be responsible for ensuring all of Vouch’s distribution capabilities have the technical insurance information and content needed for your products.

Job Duties:

*Monitor and research external trends and developments related to commercial P&C to identify opportunities to develop, expand or adjust insurance products to ensure leading coverage suited for clients and suited for digital distribution
*Track, manage, and prioritize all insurance product solution improvements and changes related to commercial P&C
*Coordinate and drive the development of product and coverage expansions and changes in partnership with Vouch’s insurance advisors, success team, product team, underwriting, claims, marketing team, and partnership team
*Deliver ongoing technical commercial P&C training, content, and tools to Vouch’s insurance advisors, success team, marketing team, and partnership team to ensure clients recognize differentiated solutions
*In partnership with the filings team, coordinate various filings for assigned products to deliver differentiated and well-suited insurance solutions highly valued by Vouch’s target customers and tailored for digital distribution
*Be a leading voice and perspective of our customers within insurance ops

Annual Salary: The pay range for this role is: $100,000 to $125,000 per year.

Compliance Analyst

AIPSO is a management organization and service provider for various insurance industry groups responsible for administering the residual market. We are a national organization that serves local customer needs. Centralization and standardization are key to many AIPSO services because of the inherent economies of scale and other efficiencies. However, our organization is based on customer focus and recognizes the need for flexibility in serving customer groups with diverse interests.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Implement the compliance and regulatory affairs programs.
• Monitor business activities and ensure conformance with applicable rules, laws and regulations.
• Assist with the development and implementation of compliance policies and procedures.
• Research compliance issues and interpret and evaluate proposed regulations, advising management on impact to the organization.
• Assist with on-going development of best practices and guidelines consistent with industry standards.
• Provide support in all areas related to compliance, including process improvement, applicable statutes and regulations, and operational efficiencies.
• Prepare compliance status reports for management as required.
• Communicate required regulatory changes to management and third-party vendors as applicable.
• Develop action plans and remediation associated with external market conduct exams.
• Maintain documentation of compliance activities.
• Monitor and maintain internal compliance platform.

Annual Salary: $60k – $92K

Compliance and Enterprise Risk Specialist

See link (hybrid position, but residency in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area required)

Annual Salary: Open

Training and Compliance Analyst

The State Corporation Commission (SCC) is seeking a Training and Compliance Analyst to join our newly established Health Benefit Exchange (Exchange) division. This position offers the unique opportunity to be involved in the early stages of forming this new division of the SCC and will join a growing and talented professional team. The Training and Compliance Analyst will monitor the registration, training, and certification of navigators, assisters, and agents on Virginia’s Insurance Marketplace through the Exchange. The candidate selected for this position will support the registration, training, and certification of insurance agents, navigators, and assisters to ensure these activities are completed in accordance with state and federal regulations. The Training and Compliance Analyst will also monitor training activities on the Exchange’s Learning Management System (LMS) to identify and resolve issues, and to provide assistance to agents, navigators, and assisters. In addition, this position will assist with the creation of training content offered through the LMS and will assist with maintaining and updating this content in accordance with state and federal regulations. The Training and Compliance Analyst will collect and record assister and agent agreements as well as work alongside the SCC’s Bureau of Insurance on licensing and compliance activities. This position offers a hybrid work schedule (generally 3 days of telework and 2 days in office per week) as well as opportunities to attend job-related training and to obtain related certifications and designations.

Annual Salary: Anticipated Starting Salary Range: $50,000 – $65,000; Starting Salary Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience