Underwriting Operations Business Analyst
Company DetailsFrom middle market to Fortune 500 companies, our Excess Casualty team is committed to providing excellent service and a consistent approach to meet the needs of our brokers and their customers.We seek to outperform our competitors with a focus on understanding client's priorities and developing creative risk solutions to meet their long–term needs. Our key differentiators include the following:EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE MARKET – We are committed to the wholesale brokerage community and continually build upon long established relationships with a passion for superior service for our appointed producers.OUR PROFESSIONALS – We attract and retain professionals with significant excess insurance experience, many over 25 years, with a culture that promotes integrity, excellence and respect.LONG–TERM APPROACH TO ACCOUNTS – We continually seek partners for the long term who share our values and our risk management discipline.Long–term relationships have been our management's trademark in over 30 years of serving customers in the Excess & Surplus marketplace. Our team is dedicated to serving the varied casualty exposure needs of our brokers and their customers. By truly understanding your risk exposures in a constantly changing global environment, we can better work with you to keep risk placement recommendations current and responsive.ResponsibilitiesThis position is an Underwriting Operations business analysis role with an emphasis on forms configuration. The individual will be responsible for the analysis, configuration and quality assurance of existing/new policy forms and non–form business requirements applicable to our property & casualty specialty lines of business coordinating between Underwriting and other functional areas.Job ResponsibilitiesManage company forms requirements working with BCIM Underwriting, BCIM Compliance, and WBRC Business ServicesManage UW Systems Administration of Forms, Forms Configuration, Access Control, Reference Data, and Establishing Data Entry Standards working with BCIM Underwriting, BTS BUS System people and BCIM IT UW Systems PeopleManage the resolution of UW Systems data entry issues and supporting other BCIM Operating Units data needsParticipate on UW Systems enhancements project to ensure Business Requirements are met and tested for acceptanceManagement of state and company rules and regulatory changes;Participate in initiatives to ensure consistency across various proprietary system implementations and enhancements;Monitor advisory organizations and propose company response;Ensure systems are up to date with respect to form/rate/rules for assigned program(s);Communicate any form/rate/rule changes to internal and external stakeholders;Support primary and excess lines of business;Work with technical team to prevent or minimize impacts from delivered changes;Support manuscript and new policy form creationQualificationsMinimum 10 years' experience in admitted and non–admitted commercial insurance with an emphasis on casualty lines;Work with 3rd party client and internal actuarial and finance to vet and confirm data quality;Insurance policy lifecycle experience;Working knowledge of insurance principles, procedures and best practices;Ability to effectively communicate ideas, issues and solutions to a diverse audience;High level of organizational skills and attention to detail;In–depth knowledge of ISO and other bureau advisory filings and manuals;Self–starter with the ability to work independently as well as in a team environment;Microsoft Office proficiency, especially with Excel.