Contract Administrator Lead – Contract Compliance (JR37236)

The Contract Administrator Lead is responsible for serving as team lead for contract administration staff at a regional site

How you will make an impact:

Develops and oversees the regulatory approval process for submission of group health insurance products with federal and state insurance regulators.
Collaborate with multiple functional business areas (enterprise and local senior management, underwriting, legal, marketing & actuarial departments) in drafting of new product language and products.
Includes preparation and submission of form filings and communicating with regulators.
Evaluates insurance, HMO, and self-funded benefit contracts and benefit booklets and related processes and procedures.

Annual Salary: Available upon request

Regulatory Filing Analyst

“Our Company provides a state of predictability which allows brokers and agents to act with confidence.”

Founded in 1967, W. R. Berkley Corporation has grown from a small investment management firm into one of the largest commercial lines property and casualty insurers in the United States.

Along the way, we’ve been listed on the New York Stock Exchange, become a Fortune 500 Company, joined the S&P 500, and seen our gross written premiums exceed $10 billion.

Today the Berkley brand comprises more than 50 businesses worldwide and is divided into two segments: Insurance and Reinsurance and Monoline Excess. Led by our Executive Chairman, founder and largest shareholder, William. R. Berkley and our President and Chief Executive Officer, W. Robert Berkley, Jr., W.R. Berkley Corporation is well-positioned to respond to opportunities for future growth.

The Company is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Responsibilities
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.

Qualifications
• Minimum of 3 years of Property & Casualty state filing experience, or equivalent P&C insurance experience
• Knowledge of insurance products and experience working with AAIS, ISO and NCCI rating bureaus
• Working knowledge of Excel, Word and SERFF required
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Strong organizational and project/time management skills
• Detail orientation and ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities
• Experience working in a collaborative, team-based environment
• Ability to work independently on moderately complex state filing projects
• Demonstrated critical thinking and analytical skills
• Consistently demonstrate WRBC Core Competencies and Innovation Behaviors

Education Requirement

• College degree preferred or equivalent experience.
• Previous course work in insurance (AINS, CPCU, etc.) a plus.

Additional Company Details
We do not accept any unsolicited resumes from external recruiting firms.

The company offers a competitive compensation plan and robust benefits package for full time regular employees.
Additional Requirements
Must have received COVID-19 vaccination* defined as receiving either (1) two doses of a two-dose vaccine, or (2) a single-dose vaccine, either authorized for emergency use or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, *unless prohibited by law.

State Filings Senior Specialist

You will support the timely approval and implementation of ISO filings and related issues. You will be expected to maintain awareness of current filing issues and historical issues, review/assemble filings in SERFF, work with field staff for review of materials, communicate filing activity to internal stakeholders, research filing objections to support field staff and contribute to the home office state filing team on day-to-day management of filing activity.

Lead Manager, Life Policy Forms Drafter and Regulatory Compliance

At Equitable, our power is in our people.

We’re individuals from different cultures and backgrounds. Those differences make us stronger as a team and a force for good in our communities. Here, you’ll work with dynamic individuals, build your skills, and unleash new ways of working and thinking. Are you ready to join an organization that will help unlock your potential?

Equitable is looking for a Lead Manager, Life Policy Forms Drafter and Regulatory Compliance to join our team. As Lead manager you will draft EQUITABLE’s individual life insurance policy, rider, and endorsement forms for variable life, indexed variable life, universal life, indexed universal life, whole life and term life. Drafting will be in accordance with Product Management’s specifications, current state insurance laws, and current Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission (IIPRC) form standards. Work with internal parties, such as Product Management, Legal Division, and Actuarial to obtain final sign-off of such drafts.

Annual Salary: Annual Salary: Based on Experience

Product Pricing Analyst (Remote)

Job Purpose:

TruStage is a direct-to-consumer insurance brand that offers a different approach to insurance. Built on the strength of CUNA Mutual Group, we leverage over 85 years of stability, expertise, and credit union experience to take a member-focused approach to all that we do. We know that what we do matters, and our passion lies in ensuring the people we serve have the opportunity and access to protect what matters most in their lives.

A career with TruStage offers countless ways to make an impact in a fast-growing organization. Led by an engaged senior leadership team with a clear and exciting vision for the future, we understand the critical role this individual plays in providing needed Product Pricing support. We are looking for a collaborative, highly motivated individual who shares our passion, has a positive attitude and strong communication skills to join our high-performing team as Product Pricing Analyst.

Product Pricing Analyst – will be part of Product Solutions team primarily working on TruStage Life, Health, Credit Insurance, and other legacy products including LTC product. The Analyst will utilize strong business acumen and analysis skills to understand and quantify the steps required, impacts, and benefits associated with implementing or changing business process, rules, regulations and policies. Analyst will support Credit Insurance (CI) and LTC filing needs by reviewing state regulations/requirements and following filing procedures. The analyst will be responsible to work with other teams to trouble shoot issues, provide data, and be available to answer questions. The analyst will also peer/tech review other team members’ work, investigate business situations, and evaluate options for improving business processes.

Framework General Profile and Scope:

Requires in-depth business knowledge and experience.
Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience; may lead small projects with manageable risks and resource requirements.
Uses best practices and knowledge of internal or external business issues to improve products or services.
Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective using existing solutions and approaches changes with flexibility.
Works independently, receives minimal guidance.
Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience.
Job Responsibilities:

Conducts independent Credit Insurance Pricing analysis, draws conclusions and makes recommendations for review by the Credit Insurance Actuary
Recognizes potential issues and performs basic research to determine estimated impact
Provides enhanced analysis, insights and recommendations in support of the product/business leaders.
Monitor results, research cause of performance changes and recommend solutions to senior management.
Design and maintain periodic and ad-hoc reports as needed by the business.
Develops a deep understanding of Credit Insurance and LTC filings and rate implementation processes
Obtains and interprets Credit Insurance and LTC regulations
Writes basic reports including Actuarial Memorandums and responses to states’ objections
Communicates clearly with Regulators via SERFF, email and phone
The above statement of duties is not intended to be all inclusive and other duties will be assigned from time to time.

Job Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent trade off in related professional experience.
Minimum of 2 years work experience in an analytical or insurance setting
Ability to understand regulations, work with IT systems, software, MS-Office tools and data
Ability to communicate technical concepts to non-technical audiences in an informal setting
Ability to write basic actuarial reports
Ability to pay attention to detail, produce accurate results and develop self-validation skills
Strong organization and time management skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet critical deadlines
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Ability to requisition and direct the work of non-actuarial COE staff
Ability to develop and use collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals

Annual Salary: Base Salary Range: $65,600-98,400

State Filing & Compliance Analyst

Martin & Company is a leading industry consulting and advisory firm for the U. S. insurance market. Our core business segments include State Filings; Company Licensing; Compliance & Regulatory; Product Development; Actuarial Consulting and Competitive Intelligence. Our firm continues to see growth in all areas and we currently have an excellent opportunity in our State Filings, Regulatory and Product Development unit. We are seeking a qualified candidate to join the most experienced state filing team in the industry.

We partner with many small, regional and national writers to support their day-to-day state filing and compliance needs and support both their short and long-term project planning. You will be joining an extraordinary and accomplished staff with decades of experience. Based on the applicants background they may assume lead responsibilities on certain projects.

General Counsel

Nature of Job

Ensure company’s legal compliance with insurance department directives and with local, state, and federal government laws and regulations; monitor legal compliance of corporate policies, of product development updates and changes, and with employment law; oversee corporate strategic and tactical legal initiatives, as well as any corporate litigation; provide senior management with effective legal advice on company strategies and implementation; oversee corporate legal affairs (non-claims related) and coordinate work of outside retained counsel; give oversight to negotiations of critical company contracts; provide leadership to strategic HR initiatives; Supervise assigned staff.

Qualifications

• Law degree; admitted to a professional bar association.
• Minimum of six years’ experience as a practicing lawyer, preferably in an insurance law practice.
• Experience working with matters of corporate governance and with a board of directors.
• Experience managing cost-effective management of outside legal resources.
• Experience in directing strategy and managing corporate litigation cases.
• Experience in or familiarity with Property and Casualty insurance rules and regulations is preferred.
• Ability to serve as coach and mentor for other positions within the organization.
• Ability to travel.
• Commitment to company values and customer service.
• Ability to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Ensure compliance in areas of corporate responsibility, not including claims.
• Maintain company policy manual and monitor policy compliance.
• Advise Product Development staff as they monitor state insurance department regulations and changes for states in which we do business to ensure product changes are compliant.
• Maintain a registry of corporate contracts and agreements, manage renewal and notice cycles, ensure contract owner is aware and monitoring.
• Function as Corporate Secretary; take minutes at quarterly board meetings.
• Manage a corporate document retention plan and ensure all departments have systems to comply.
• Oversee corporate legal affairs (non-claims related) and coordinate any outside retained counsel.
• Oversee any litigation where Goodville is named as a defendant.
• Coordinate governance functions, annual processes, maintain minutes, etc.
• Submit Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure (CGAD) updates per reporting requirements.
• Monitor current and potential states for risks and opportunities to do business.
• Support any regulatory affairs initiatives and communication with legislators.
• Advise the Risk Management Committee and participate in the strategic planning process.
• Supervise and collaborate with HR and provide leadership to strategic HR projects.
• Serve on the Succession Planning Committee.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the President

Regulatory Director

In conjunction with head of business area, directs and manages the overall operations of Regulatory Affairs, which is responsible for the development, negotiation and expeditious approval filings. Provide recommendations, assistance and counsel to all levels of company personnel regarding the development and presentation of corporate filings, as well as related regulatory or compliance issues.
What Will You Do?
In conjunction with head of business area, direct, plan, set objectives and determine organizational structure of unit to ensure an efficient and effective operation.
Manage the staff, including selection, training and development.
Direct the unit in the overall development, submission, negotiation and communication of filings to state insurance departments. Provide leadership and mentoring to unit staff. Provide assistance with technical questions within and outside the unit. Provide filing resources to support all corporate initiatives and effectively work across the corporation to leverage appropriate skills and resources.
Analyze filing data to identify state specific department of insurance issues and potential back-logs, as well as continued focus on expediting filings.
Provide assistance to staff in the review and analysis of state insurance department statutes, regulations, bulletins, etc. Monitor industry changes and developments that impact insurance design and product development. Interpret state insurance statutes, regulations, etc. to provide guidance and direction to business units on a corporate level.
Develop and build relationships with key individuals within the business units, including the management level, as well as with key department of insurance regulators. Work with Legal, Government Affairs and Compliance personnel to identify and communicate sensitive regulatory issues or political situations. Effectively partner with business units and management to advance new ideas, find alternatives and advocate important issues. Represent the company with regulators and insurance industry.
On an annual basis, perform an audit of rate, rule and form filings that have been closed out during the preceding 12-month period to confirm compliance with unit standards.
Other related duties as assigned.
Perform other duties as assigned.

What Will Our Ideal Candidate Have?
Extensive knowledge of regulatory and compliance aspects of the insurance industry.
Extensive knowledge business line products, including company organization and procedures.
Strong analytical and research skills.
Strong prioritization and organizational skills.
Knowledge of various computer applications (Email, Microsoft Word, etc.).
Competencies:
Technical/Business Competence:
Extensive knowledge of general regulatory requirements as they relate to business lines supported.
Thorough knowledge of corporate structure, as well as comprehensive knowledge of the business unit products and procedures.
Creative problem solving skills and ability to identify complex, critical and sensitive filing issues.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of insurance statutes, regulations, directives, etc.
Communication:
Ability to concisely present complex regulatory issues.
Understands, synthesizes and conveys complex data.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to negotiate skillfully and successfully.
Self-Management:
Takes responsibility for decisions and actions.
Ability to prioritize and multi-task duties and projects on a timely basis.
Establishes self as credible, reliable and available both within and outside the organization.
Understands the business and responds to all related issues and problems in a timely manner.
Interpersonal Skills/Contribution to Overall Effectiveness of Unit:
Ability to lead and motivate a technical staff.
Ability to resolve issues in a decisive, efficient and effective manner.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships across organizational lines.
Willing to accept new responsibilities and adapt to change.
Ability to represent the company as its spokesperson, work in a sensitive environment and promote the company image.
What is a Must Have?
Bachelors Degree and 6 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields) or High School Diploma and 10 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields)required.
3 years experience managing or leading staff required.
Travelers offers a hybrid work location model that is designed to support flexibility. #LI-Hybrid

Annual Salary: The annual base salary range provided for this position is a nationwide market range and represents a broad range of salaries for this role across the country. The actual salary for this position 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, and other conditions of employment. $81,200.00-$134,000.

CT – Hartford
US – Nationwide
time type
Full time
posted on
Posted 6 Days Ago
job requisition id
R-23442
Who Are We?
Taking care of our customers, our communities and each other. That’s the Travelers Promise. By honoring this commitment, we have maintained our reputation as one of the best property casualty insurers in the industry for over 160 years. Join us to discover a culture that is rooted in innovation and thrives on collaboration. Imagine loving what you do and where you do it.

Job Category
Product Management/Pricing
Compensation Overview
The annual base salary range provided for this position is a nationwide market range and represents a broad range of salaries for this role across the country. The actual salary for this position 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; and other conditions of employment. As part of our comprehensive compensation and benefits program, employees are also eligible for performance-based cash incentive awards.

Salary Range
$81,200.00 – $134,000.00
Target Openings
1
What Is the Opportunity?
In conjunction with head of business area, directs and manages the overall operations of Regulatory Affairs, which is responsible for the development, negotiation and expeditious approval filings. Provide recommendations, assistance and counsel to all levels of company personnel regarding the development and presentation of corporate filings, as well as related regulatory or compliance issues.
What Will You Do?
In conjunction with head of business area, direct, plan, set objectives and determine organizational structure of unit to ensure an efficient and effective operation.
Manage the staff, including selection, training and development.
Direct the unit in the overall development, submission, negotiation and communication of filings to state insurance departments. Provide leadership and mentoring to unit staff. Provide assistance with technical questions within and outside the unit. Provide filing resources to support all corporate initiatives and effectively work across the corporation to leverage appropriate skills and resources.
Analyze filing data to identify state specific department of insurance issues and potential back-logs, as well as continued focus on expediting filings.
Provide assistance to staff in the review and analysis of state insurance department statutes, regulations, bulletins, etc. Monitor industry changes and developments that impact insurance design and product development. Interpret state insurance statutes, regulations, etc. to provide guidance and direction to business units on a corporate level.
Develop and build relationships with key individuals within the business units, including the management level, as well as with key department of insurance regulators. Work with Legal, Government Affairs and Compliance personnel to identify and communicate sensitive regulatory issues or political situations. Effectively partner with business units and management to advance new ideas, find alternatives and advocate important issues. Represent the company with regulators and insurance industry.
On an annual basis, perform an audit of rate, rule and form filings that have been closed out during the preceding 12-month period to confirm compliance with unit standards.
Other related duties as assigned.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What Will Our Ideal Candidate Have?
Extensive knowledge of regulatory and compliance aspects of the insurance industry.
Extensive knowledge business line products, including company organization and procedures.
Strong analytical and research skills.
Strong prioritization and organizational skills.
Knowledge of various computer applications (Email, Microsoft Word, etc.).
Competencies:
Technical/Business Competence:
Extensive knowledge of general regulatory requirements as they relate to business lines supported.
Thorough knowledge of corporate structure, as well as comprehensive knowledge of the business unit products and procedures.
Creative problem solving skills and ability to identify complex, critical and sensitive filing issues.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of insurance statutes, regulations, directives, etc.
Communication:
Ability to concisely present complex regulatory issues.
Understands, synthesizes and conveys complex data.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to negotiate skillfully and successfully.
Self-Management:
Takes responsibility for decisions and actions.
Ability to prioritize and multi-task duties and projects on a timely basis.
Establishes self as credible, reliable and available both within and outside the organization.
Understands the business and responds to all related issues and problems in a timely manner.
Interpersonal Skills/Contribution to Overall Effectiveness of Unit:
Ability to lead and motivate a technical staff.
Ability to resolve issues in a decisive, efficient and effective manner.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships across organizational lines.
Willing to accept new responsibilities and adapt to change.
Ability to represent the company as its spokesperson, work in a sensitive environment and promote the company image.
What is a Must Have?
Bachelors Degree and 6 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields) or High School Diploma and 10 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields)required.
3 years experience managing or leading staff required.
Travelers offers a hybrid work location model that is designed to support flexibility. #LI-Hybrid

What Is in It for You?
Health Insurance: Employees and their eligible family members – including spouses, domestic partners, and children – are eligible for coverage from the first day of employment.
Retirement: Travelers matches your 401(k) contributions dollar-for-dollar up to your first 5% of eligible pay, subject to an annual maximum. If you have student loan debt, you can enroll in the Paying it Forward Savings Program. When you make a payment toward your student loan, Travelers will make an annual contribution into your 401(k) account. You are also eligible for a Pension Plan that is 100% funded by Travelers.
Paid Time Off: Start your career at Travelers with a minimum of 20 days Paid Time Off annually, plus nine paid company Holidays.
Wellness Program: The Travelers wellness program is comprised of tools and resources that empower you to achieve your wellness goals. In addition, our Life Balance program provides access to professional counseling services, life coaching and other resources to support your daily life needs. Through Life Balance, you’re eligible for five free counseling sessions with a licensed therapist.
Volunteer Encouragement: We have a deep commitment to the communities we serve and encourage our employees to get involved. Travelers has a Matching Gift and Volunteer Rewards program that enables you to give back to the charity of your choice.
Employment Practices
Travelers is an equal opportunity employer. We value the unique abilities and talents each individual brings to our organization and recognize that we benefit in numerous ways from our differences.

If you are a candidate and have specific questions regarding the physical requirements of this role, please send us an email so we may assist you.

Travelers reserves the right to fill this position at a level above or below the level included in this posting.

To learn more about our comprehensive benefit programs please visit http://careers.travelers.com/life-at-travelers/benefits/.

CT – Hartford
US – Nationwide
time type
Full time
posted on
Posted 6 Days Ago
job requisition id
R-23442
Who Are We?
Taking care of our customers, our communities and each other. That’s the Travelers Promise. By honoring this commitment, we have maintained our reputation as one of the best property casualty insurers in the industry for over 160 years. Join us to discover a culture that is rooted in innovation and thrives on collaboration. Imagine loving what you do and where you do it.

Job Category
Product Management/Pricing
Compensation Overview
The annual base salary range provided for this position is a nationwide market range and represents a broad range of salaries for this role across the country. The actual salary for this position 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; and other conditions of employment. As part of our comprehensive compensation and benefits program, employees are also eligible for performance-based cash incentive awards.

Salary Range
$81,200.00 – $134,000.00
Target Openings
1
What Is the Opportunity?
In conjunction with head of business area, directs and manages the overall operations of Regulatory Affairs, which is responsible for the development, negotiation and expeditious approval filings. Provide recommendations, assistance and counsel to all levels of company personnel regarding the development and presentation of corporate filings, as well as related regulatory or compliance issues.
What Will You Do?
In conjunction with head of business area, direct, plan, set objectives and determine organizational structure of unit to ensure an efficient and effective operation.
Manage the staff, including selection, training and development.
Direct the unit in the overall development, submission, negotiation and communication of filings to state insurance departments. Provide leadership and mentoring to unit staff. Provide assistance with technical questions within and outside the unit. Provide filing resources to support all corporate initiatives and effectively work across the corporation to leverage appropriate skills and resources.
Analyze filing data to identify state specific department of insurance issues and potential back-logs, as well as continued focus on expediting filings.
Provide assistance to staff in the review and analysis of state insurance department statutes, regulations, bulletins, etc. Monitor industry changes and developments that impact insurance design and product development. Interpret state insurance statutes, regulations, etc. to provide guidance and direction to business units on a corporate level.
Develop and build relationships with key individuals within the business units, including the management level, as well as with key department of insurance regulators. Work with Legal, Government Affairs and Compliance personnel to identify and communicate sensitive regulatory issues or political situations. Effectively partner with business units and management to advance new ideas, find alternatives and advocate important issues. Represent the company with regulators and insurance industry.
On an annual basis, perform an audit of rate, rule and form filings that have been closed out during the preceding 12-month period to confirm compliance with unit standards.
Other related duties as assigned.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What Will Our Ideal Candidate Have?
Extensive knowledge of regulatory and compliance aspects of the insurance industry.
Extensive knowledge business line products, including company organization and procedures.
Strong analytical and research skills.
Strong prioritization and organizational skills.
Knowledge of various computer applications (Email, Microsoft Word, etc.).
Competencies:
Technical/Business Competence:
Extensive knowledge of general regulatory requirements as they relate to business lines supported.
Thorough knowledge of corporate structure, as well as comprehensive knowledge of the business unit products and procedures.
Creative problem solving skills and ability to identify complex, critical and sensitive filing issues.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of insurance statutes, regulations, directives, etc.
Communication:
Ability to concisely present complex regulatory issues.
Understands, synthesizes and conveys complex data.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to negotiate skillfully and successfully.
Self-Management:
Takes responsibility for decisions and actions.
Ability to prioritize and multi-task duties and projects on a timely basis.
Establishes self as credible, reliable and available both within and outside the organization.
Understands the business and responds to all related issues and problems in a timely manner.
Interpersonal Skills/Contribution to Overall Effectiveness of Unit:
Ability to lead and motivate a technical staff.
Ability to resolve issues in a decisive, efficient and effective manner.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships across organizational lines.
Willing to accept new responsibilities and adapt to change.
Ability to represent the company as its spokesperson, work in a sensitive environment and promote the company image.
What is a Must Have?
Bachelors Degree and 6 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields) or High School Diploma and 10 years related work experience (knowledge of filings, compliance or related fields)required.
3 years experience managing or leading staff required.
Travelers offers a hybrid work location model that is designed to support flexibility. #LI-Hybrid

What Is in It for You?
Health Insurance: Employees and their eligible family members – including spouses, domestic partners, and children – are eligible for coverage from the first day of employment.
Retirement: Travelers matches your 401(k) contributions dollar-for-dollar up to your first 5% of eligible pay, subject to an annual maximum. If you have student loan debt, you can enroll in the Paying it Forward Savings Program. When you make a payment toward your student loan, Travelers will make an annual contribution into your 401(k) account. You are also eligible for a Pension Plan that is 100% funded by Travelers.
Paid Time Off: Start your career at Travelers with a minimum of 20 days Paid Time Off annually, plus nine paid company Holidays.
Wellness Program: The Travelers wellness program is comprised of tools and resources that empower you to achieve your wellness goals. In addition, our Life Balance program provides access to professional counseling services, life coaching and other resources to support your daily life needs. Through Life Balance, you’re eligible for five free counseling sessions with a licensed therapist.
Volunteer Encouragement: We have a deep commitment to the communities we serve and encourage our employees to get involved. Travelers has a Matching Gift and Volunteer Rewards program that enables you to give back to the charity of your choice.
Employment Practices
Travelers is an equal opportunity employer. We value the unique abilities and talents each individual brings to our organization and recognize that we benefit in numerous ways from our differences.

If you are a candidate and have specific questions regarding the physical requirements of this role, please send us an email so we may assist you.

Travelers reserves the right to fill this position at a level above or below the level included in this posting.

To learn more about our comprehensive benefit programs please visit http://careers.travelers.com/life-at-travelers/benefits/.