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Senior Compliance Analyst

Senior Compliance Analyst

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US-NJ-Jersey CIty
Compliance and Statistical Reporting

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Why Arch, you ask? That’s as obvious as asking why you need generous paid time off and a bonus! To complement these perks, we offer well rounded medical, dental and vision plans. Arch Insurance Group, an employee driven market-leading insurer provides property, casualty and specialty insurance services across the US. Our selfless environment strives to attract the most talented people in their fields so as to reward them with all of the good things in life: competitive salary, tuition assistance, comprehensive training programs, paid internships, rewards for passing Insurance and Actuarial designation exams, life insurance, 401(k) match plans...and much, much more!


Department: Compliance



  • Manage and oversee countrywide form/rate/rule filings for Accident & Health and/or Travel Insurance business via SERFF
  • Research and coordinate with respective staff to respond to state insurance department objections
  • Act as liaison between staff and state filing vendors
  • Interface with business unit staff, legal claims and actuarial departments to respond to regulatory inquiries
  • Develop as needed appropriate policy/product language to comply with state objections
  • Take the lead on setting standards for coding product lines by state and ASLOBs
  • Assure that premium data feeds from program administrators are booked accurately by annual statement line of business
  • Help manage the appointment/termination process for all potential program managers/agents
  • Monitor share point site to assure applicable signoffs are received
  • Maintain forms data base of countrywide and state specific forms. This forms data base will identify forms by program manager
  • Provide guidance on potential compliance related issues on filings
  • Manage the consumer complaint process; keeping separate data base of complaints by program manager to research and identify trends
  • Validate implementation of claims procedure in place for denial of claims
  • Participate on program manager audits to validate proper use of forms/rates
  • Manage market conduct exams  


Education and Experience:

  • The candidate should have a college degree and minimum 5 years related insurance work experience. 
  • Must be familiar with Trip Cancellation products and knowledge of the  domestic regulatory environment.

Key Competencies and Technical Skills:

  • Familiarity with the suite of Microsoft products such as excel, word, powerpoint, etc.
  • Good communication, organization, analytical and project management skills.