Be Here. Be Great. Working for a leader in the insurance industry means opportunity for you. Great American Insurance Group’s member companies are subsidiaries of American Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company. We combine a “small company” culture where your ideas will be heard with “big company” expertise to help you succeed. With over 30 specialty property and casualty operations, there are always opportunities here to learn and grow.
At Great American, we value the unique perspective each of our employees bring to the workplace. We know that when people with different cultures, backgrounds and experiences work collaboratively, we can exceed our business objectives. We are dedicated to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce that fosters creativity and enables our ongoing success.
Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities
- Has responsibility for low complexity risk selection/rejection, pricing, retention, growth, and profitability within scope of authority and per divisional objectives.
- Uses independent judgment and initiative to support business goals.
- Maintains a high level of customer service.
- Receives and analyzes submissions and determines terms to offer (policy limits, credit limits, deductibles, coverage options and conditions, work programs, etc.).
- Prices business in accordance with company guidelines.
- May conduct investigations of new and existing accounts through business owners (banks, owners, creditors, debtors, architects, engineers, criminal record checks, on-site visits, etc.)
- Assesses risk quality and compliance within company guidelines.
- Orders and analyzes miscellaneous business reports needed in the rating and underwriting processes, including credit checks, bank agreements, financial statements, and underwriting surveys.
- Makes recommendations on risks over authority.
- Enters, maintains and monitors accounts using underwriting, analysis, and desktop systems.
- Prepares effective internal and external communications on underwriting issues.
- Develops and maintains effective business relationships with internal and external customers/coworkers in order to attract and retain profitable business.
- Interacts with the producers/insureds, assisting in marketing calls, and participating in underwriting/production calls
- Interprets, explains, and markets products and services.
- Visits producers and principals in order to retain existing accounts, survey exposures, build and maintain business relationships, and develop new opportunities in support of divisional objectives.
- Applies underwriting rules and guidelines, rating manual rules, and insurance laws and regulations.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience. Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) preferred but not required.
- Field of Study: Finance, Accounting or a related discipline
- Experience: 6 months to 3 years of related experience. Beginning coursework toward certification in area of expertise preferred; appropriate certifications could include Associate in Surety and Fidelity Bonding (AFSB), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and/or Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU).
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