CompanyVirginia State Corporation Commission – Bureau of Insurance – Property & Casualty Division
Salary$113,500 – $140,000
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.
Located in downtown Richmond, Virginia, the SCC is a state agency with regulatory authority over many business and economic interests in Virginia. More information about the SCC may be found on our website: www.scc.virginia.gov.
The SCC offers its employees rewarding, impactful work; flexible telework options and work-life balance; and professional development opportunities. The SCC fosters a high-performing workforce with a commitment to diversity and inclusion, collaboration, and alignment with the SCC’s mission and strategic goals. Core benefits provided to SCC employees include competitive health and life insurance programs, pre-tax spending accounts, leave programs, and paid state holidays. Employees participate in a state retirement plan with options for tax-deferred retirement savings including employer matching. The state funds a short and long-term disability program.
The SCC regulates various companies and industries in Virginia; therefore, to avoid any conflict, employees are required to sign a Conflict of Interest Form and must dispose of any stock they hold in a regulated company or dispose of any licenses or certificates they hold in any industry regulated by the SCC unless otherwise permitted. Employees also shall report employment of household members by a regulated company. An incumbent of this position is required to complete the Statement of Economic Interests Form.
The SCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Military veterans and national service alumni are encouraged to apply. The SCC uses the E-Verify system to confirm identity and work authorization and does not provide sponsorship. If requested, the SCC will provide reasonable accommodation to applicants in need of accommodation in order to provide access to the application and interview process. A background investigation is conducted on the selected candidate as a condition of employment.
The information you submit must clearly demonstrate your experience and qualifications as they relate to this position. Interview consideration is based on the information submitted online.
This position is classified in the SCC Salary Structure as a Grade P-16. This position is exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
How to Apply
This position will remain open until filled; however, interested candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by January 6, 2023.
Qualified internal and external candidates are encouraged to apply. If you are an external candidate, apply on the SCC Career Center website at https://careercenter.scc.virginia.gov. If you are an internal candidate, apply using eSCC (Oracle) – iRecruitment Employee Candidate.
Apply here: https://careercenter.scc.virginia.gov