Malpractice Production Underwriter
Effectively analyze insurance submissions, recognize
exposures, provide coverage alternatives, offer risk management suggestions,
and adequately price insurance coverage on risks of a complex technical nature
within the company underwriting guidelines as it pertains to our Senior Living
Achieve production and loss ratio goals within assigned
territory by reviewing and analyzing claims and loss history and taking
appropriate action on individual accounts and/or program or territory. Develop
appropriate processing systems and operating procedures for the
Broker/Specialty Markets division accounts.
Work with the sales staff, including agents and brokers, to
write and retain as much quality business as possible, at a profit, while meeting
company objectives and customers' coverage and service needs.
Risk Selection and Pricing - Review and evaluate various
sources to determine appropriate risk selection, how to insure, and pricing,
with appropriate recommendations for risk management and commitment to service.
You will understand, adhere to, and provide input into
company underwriting guidelines, products, philosophies, and general
You will be knowledgeable of company processing systems and
workflows and recommend new ideas or changes for improvements. Develop
appropriate processing systems and operating procedures for special accounts.
Foster a positive business relationship and be a resource
for sales staff, brokers, and agents. Maintain a positive, team-oriented working
relationship with staff, brokers, and agents.
Travel to establish and maintain broker and agent
relationships, gain technical knowledge, support the Broker/Specialty Markets
Division, or complete special assignments.
Must have prior professional liability, medical malpractice
or healthcare experience.
Strong preference for prior underwriting experience in
Assisted Living, Skilled Care, Home Health or Hospice.
Prior experience in a related insurance area will be
Minimum of three years' experience working with brokers and
college degree with major in business, insurance, risk management, or related
fields is preferred.
Good interpersonal skills.
Sound judgment and decision-making skills.
Ability to analyze information and pay close attention to
Must be dependable, responsible, and reliable.
Good organizational abilities.
Ability to make presentations or train others.
Ability to negotiate solutions.
Understanding of the reinsurance function.