Underwriter – Religious
This client is seeking to hire a highly motivated and career driven individual to
underwrite within its religious institutions underwriting division. The
successful candidate will be instrumental in underwriting and growing this
This client is an underwriting management
company that currently produces a book of commercial property and casualty
business that is written with various carriers on a surplus lines basis
throughout the country. They are owned and opertated by a well respected financially stable parent company.
The client’s sister-company, is a claims third-party administrator that specializes
in the handling of property, casualty and professional liability claims.
Client’s expertise lies in the difficult to handle issues involving complex
litigation, adjustment and investigation.
As an Underwriter in Client’s Religious
Institution Division, you are responsible for the following:
- Evaluate, select, and price
submissions to develop and maintain a profitable book of business.
- Manage internal and external
relationships that will develop into superior service.
- Communicate risk appetite and quoted
propositions to brokers.
- Liaise with internal resources in
establishing account strategy.
- Participate in underwriting projects
The successful candidate will embody the
- Minimum of three (3) years
experience underwriting, including general liability and property
- Ability to work in a fast-paced
- Experience with both admitted
and non-admitted markets is a plus.
- College degree preferred.
Compensation and Benefits
Compensation structure for this position
is negotiable based upon the depth of experience of the qualifying candidate
and consists of a combination of base salary and both short-term and long-term
incentives that are aligned with established corporate profitability
goals. This compensation package includes standard company benefits
including vacation and sick time allowances; health, life and long-term
disability insurance benefits and participation in Client’s Employee 401(k)