The position posted is a Home Office financial role within the CNAX large casualty division. This is a strategic and analytical position developed to help monitor and manage the credit risk portfolio associated with the loss sensitive casualty book of business. It is responsible for the assessment and evaluation of the complex financial nature of large accounts and determining the appropriate program and securitization structure. It also provides analytical support and guidance to different levels of management on complex situations relating to financial and credit risk management.
The Operations Team Manager is responsible for oversight of various work groups
(onshore and offshore) that perform centralized functions. This position coordinates
shared resources to meet Service Levels across multiple functions and teams. The
Operations Team Manager measures and reports team and individual Key Performance
Indicators. The position may serve as lead in assigned work groups. The Operations
Team Manager is accountable for optimal workflow, performance, resources, and
training. The Operations Team Manager develops effective strategic relationships with
key business unit contacts and management. This position has direct management
The Business Operations Analyst supports corporate objectives through the execution of
various property and casualty insurance centralized underwriting and operational tasks.
Analysts provide internal and external customer service in multiple areas utilizing various
software and processes. This role will be responsible for analyzing key pieces of information
and determining the appropriate course of action to ensure Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
are met. The position requires strong communication and collaboration skills, as there is daily
interaction with internal business units, external stakeholders, and international teams.
The Assistant Vice President for Arch Advantage is responsible for managing centralized operations and underwriting service teams located in St. Paul, MN, the Philippines, and other branch offices within the US. The AVP is responsible for establishing and managing operational performance standards for their teams. The AVP works independently under broad guidance from the VP, Arch Advantage to effective lead a varied team of analysts, specialists and managers.
This position is intended for a candidate seeking growth opportunity in a dynamic organization. The trainee will join a specific business unit, as assigned, and will receive ongoing on-the-job training in his/her line of business. The trainee also will be part of the company’s year-long Underwriter Training Program, and as such, he/she will participate with other trainees in formal classroom training which takes place in the Fall. This is an intense, two-week training session which expands the trainee’s insurance knowledge and understanding of Arch’s strategy, culture, products, and services. As a follow-up in the Spring, there is a one-week classroom session offering specific knowledge- and skills-building workshops.
Arch Insurance Group Inc (U.S.)
US-NJ-Jersey City | US-NY-New York | US-GA-Alpharetta | US-IL-Chicago | US-CT-Hartford | US-NY-Garden City | US-MN-St. Paul | US-MO-Kansas City
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