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The Growth & Middle Market Underwriter is responsible for the submission generation, underwriting and policy issuance of Directors and Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Fiduciary Liability, Fidelity, Cyber, and Kidnap & Ransom coverages that meet the GMM account definition. GMM accounts are those that are publicly traded or privately held and have annual revenues of less than $500,000,000.
This specific position will be located in the Central Region. The position will be responsible for premium growth with a to-be determined segment of all Arch appointed wholesale brokerages in the central territory. The territory consists of all wholesalers located in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Michigan, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio & Indiana. Primary focus will be on the city of Chicago.
OverviewArch Insurance Group’s Internship Program offers students a unique opportunity to gain hands on experience in the insurance industry. It provides a learning experience that serves as a foundation for interns to explore their career choices and to develop professional skills. Working alongside some of the most talented members of the insurance industry, interns will gain relevant expertise in various aspects of the field. The program is designed with the following objectives:
- Provide challenging work that benefits both the intern and Arch
- Develop interns through learning activities and ongoing feedback
- Identify talented individuals for full-time opportunities
Type of WorkThe type and complexity of work will vary depending on the department. The responsibilities and projects assigned will require strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Speaker SeriesIn addition to challenging projects, all interns will participate in the Speaker Series, either in person in Jersey City for JC and NY interns, or via conference call for interns located in Branch offices. This is an event that targets leaders of various departments to share their individual career experiences and expertise in their field. The summer program will culminate with an event in which interns demonstrate their experience and what they have learned through an individual presentation. The event will be attended by their managers, and local Senior Executives. Program ScheduleThe program will begin in early June and lasts for a period of ten weeks. The work schedule will be Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with a one hour lunch break. Qualifications: The standard qualifications of intern candidates are:
- 3.0 GPA
- Junior or Senior undergraduate status
- Interest in Insurance industry or related field
Arch Re Fac’s Underwriting Directors are members of a team spanning the United States, Canada and Europe focused on developing strong, mutually-beneficial business relationships with primary insurance company underwriters. This position with require some domestic travel, approximately 20%.
The underwriting position is in the Large Commercial Group, one of Executive Assurance’s specialty units, which is responsible for underwriting and policy issuance of Directors and Officers liability, Employment Practices Liability and Fiduciary Liability coverage for public and private companies with revenues greater than $500M. Candidate must be a highly-motivated, career-oriented individual who will be a key part of the Commercial team efforts for the Chicago office. The position offers increasing levels of responsibility over time as the candidate develops experience.
Arch Re Casualty Facultative (ARCF) is a production underwriting team spanning the United States and Canada focused on developing strong, mutually-beneficial business relationships with primary insurance company underwriters and reinsurance brokers.
An ARCF Underwriting Director is a motivated, analytical and detail-oriented professional. An Underwriting Director participates in managing the Arch Re portfolio of individual risk and program business in the US Casualty reinsurance marketplace. The position targets several lines of business requiring the utilization of numerous Facultative pricing practices and negotiation skills. In addition to having strong analytical skills and experience in Microsoft Excel, an Underwriting Director is eager to interact internally within a team setting, as well as engage extensively with brokers and direct clients. An Underwriting Director is also open to learning actuarial techniques, contract wording specifics and database analysis. The position reports directly to the Managing Director of Arch Re Casualty Facultative and requires 20%-30% travel.
The Underwriting Specialist within Arch Construction is responsible for the technical underwriting and account management of Middle Market construction casualty programs.
This position supports the Arch Insurance Construction Middle Market business unit by:
- assisting underwriting in risk prequalification, assessment and selection.
- identifying/managing customer service needs and developing appropriate service plans.
- managing agreed upon account activities, expenses and relationships.
- monitoring and maintaining risk control services in accordance with regulatory requirements.
- developing/delivering risk control improvement efforts that assist underwriting and clients in understanding, evaluating and controlling exposures.
The Claims Account Manager (CAM) position will have responsibility for working with our third party claims administrators on accounts written by the Construction Middle Market group. The ideal candidate is a self-motivated individual with 10-15+ years in the industry. The candidate should have multiline experience as a frontline claims adjuster/supervisor, as well as experience in a service/account management role. The candidate should also be willing and able to spend 25 % of the time out of the office on travel.
The Vice President within Arch Construction is responsible for the technical underwriting and account management of middle market construction casualty programs.
The primary focus of the Underwriting Assistant will be on the support functions to a team of underwriters including the processing of endorsements, binders and billing transactions; the gathering and qualifying of underwriting data from our brokers. The Underwriting Assistant is responsible for contributing to the profitability and revenue goals of the department through individual account underwriting support. Duties include assisting the underwriter in the evaluation, pricing and underwriting of individual accounts and providing customer servicing of our accounts through processing transactions.
The Assistant Vice President within Arch Construction is responsible for the technical underwriting and account management of large account construction casualty programs.