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The Underwriting Manager, MPL is responsible for the submission generation, underwriting and policy issuance of Miscellaneous Professional Liability and Cyber from SME to Fortune 500. The Underwriting Manager is also responsible for managing a team of underwriters focused on a specific geographic area and brokers.
The Claims Division is seeking an Assistant Vice President to join the Contract Binding Operations Team. In this role, responsibilities include but not limited to actively manage and effectively oversee assigned team members of Third-party Administrators (TPAs) & Claims Examiners on casualty claims related to coverage, liability, and damages for commercial accounts.
The Growth & Middle Market Senior 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 Wholesale accounts are those that are privately held and have annual revenues of less than $500,000,000
The initial (time sensitive) primary objective of the dual role (AVP DBA/Asst PLM Foreign) will be coordination and execution of the Foreign Casualty Product Launch (GL/ALPD/FVC).
Responsibilities as Assistant PLM Foreign Casualty will include:
- Working in tandem with actuarial to build a marketable and profitable pricing model.
- Contributing and directing forms development in conjunction with Ops and Legal (with the direction of/coordination with SVP-DBA)to develop a strong product that is structured to address the current market, unique jurisdictional hurdles, cultural standards, and contract requirements of 50+ territories to ensure success in future state of Foreign Casualty product line (network partners to issue locals).
- The Asst Product Line Mgr- Foreign Casualty, will be responsible for a compliant, operationally sound, and timely product launch that is coordinated with the direction of DBA SVP.
- This role will also contribute/leverage internal (A&H/Property/KRE) resources to expand offering in stage 2 as well as coordination and development of a network of carriers and negotiation of terms by year 3. Initial stages will include technical UW of all acct sizes/structures as the business need exists.
The Assistant Vice President of Arch's Defense Base Act (DBA) Insurance is responsible for the technical underwriting and account management of loss sensitive casualty programs; this includes working with retail brokers to attract and retain these accounts. The job responsibilities are listed below.
This position primarily supports Arch Insurance Group’s National Accounts Casualty Business Unit, to include Private Equity and Defense Base Act Underwriting teams. Primary functions of this position include assisting underwriting in risk prequalification, assessment and selection; identifying/guiding 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; and developing/delivering risk control information that assists Underwriting and clients in understanding, evaluating and controlling exposures.
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.
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Arch’s Healthcare division provides professional liability, general liability and umbrella insurance solutions to the healthcare industry. Our client base includes hospitals, home health care providers, surgery centers, laboratories, pharmacies, clinics and miscellaneous outpatient facilities. We work with retail and wholesale insurance brokers to meet our clients’ insurance needs.
At Arch, our goal is to provide talented people a foundation where their skills are best used. Our diversified platform means there are a variety of opportunities to deploy your skill sets.We seek creative and motivated individuals capable of working with complex products. Our unique underwriting platform, successful management team and strong capital base have enabled us to establish a prominent presence in the global insurance and reinsurance markets. Knowledge of actuarial modeling techniques is a bonus. We embrace the collaboration necessary to innovate in today’s evolving marketplace; encourage participation and diversity of thought; and rely on talented, innovative individuals in all of the areas that are crucial to our success.
If you have the ability to assess situations quickly, apply established protocols, and work well with others, we want you on our team. We are looking for a detail oriented, critical thinker who is able to take initiative and work collaboratively with others. This person will work efficiently and effectively to meet contracted turnaround times. We look to our analysts to be the best in the business, both analytically and in their ability to communicate their findings.