Career Opportunities in Risk Management

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Account Coordinator

Prerequisites:

The Account Coordinator should have 3-5 years of administrative experience working with insurance related documents. In addition, the Account Coordinator must be a highly organized individual with the ability to multi-task.  The Account Coordinator must possess a highly-professional and courteous demeanor and be willing to dress and carry themselves in a professional manner as outlined by the Firm. The Account Coordinator must, also, be willing to learn the Firm’s technology platform and work within the process created for our valued clients.  Bachelor’s degree is preferred.

This role requires state specific [insurance] licensing, and the Account Coordinator is expected to obtain such licenses, as agreed with the Firm. We, also, encourage continuing professional education, and anticipate the Account Coordinator and the Firm to agree on an annual Professional Development Plan as part of the annual review process.

Reports Directly To:

  • Team Manager

Interacts With:

  • Senior Leadership of the Firm
  • Client Service Team (“CST”) including Technical Assistants (“TA”), Analysts and the Firm’s Leadership Team
  • Administrative support personnel
  • Clients of the Firm and their vendors (brokers, TPAs, etc.) as needed

Essential Functions:

The Account Coordinator is expected to gain a general understanding of insurance coverages (i.e. general liability, umbrella, worker’s compensation, auto, property, etc.) including the forms and endorsements used. Account Coordinator must, also, gain a broad understanding of general insurance and risk management terms.

  1. Account Administration – General responsibility for administrative best practices including document look and “feel”, so they are consistent with ALS’ branding. This includes letters, reports, emails, etc. as prescribed by ALS Office Procedures Guide.
  2. Billing – The proper entry of Account Coordinator’s billing and assisting, as needed, with entering billing for other team members. This includes ensuring the use of the Billing Best Practices. Where corrections are needed, the Account Coordinator must ensure they are made. Daily billing must be submitted (#4 report) as directed by management. In addition, Account Coordinator will review daily and EOM billing for the team prior to it being submitted to management.
  3. To-Dos and Work Plan – The Account Coordinator will create and maintain client To-Dos in support of client engagement. This includes:
    1. Weekly updates and issuance of To-Dos
    2. Management of and follow-up on open items from beginning to conclusion
    3. Email Management – Coordination of all incoming emails – saving emails and documents to appropriate client file and updating the To-Dos to reflect current actions and next steps.
  4. Client Renewals & Marketing – Provide support to Account Management team on all renewal and marketing tasks from marketing project setup to updating actions and obtaining information as needed.
  5. Insurance Policy Reviews – Administration and verification of insurance policies, including entering and maintaining policy record in OpsRisk and supporting Account Management team by performing Level 1 and assisting with Level 2 policy reviews.
  6. Contract Administration – Assist with review and administration of any contract that is being reviewed by the Account Management team and is a part of client engagement including saving, summarizing and follow-up for most recent versions of such contracts.
  7. Claims Management and Administration – Processing of all claims within 12-hours of receipt (by ALS,) including reporting to broker, logging into Litigation Log, creating h-drive folders
    1. Preparing for and assisting with any claims reviews and “lessons learned” meetings.
  8. Paper Files – There are several “types” of paper files that are kept for each client. It is the Account Coordinator’s responsibility to manage those paper files and be certain they are up to date at all times.
    1. The Firm has a “clean desk policy”, which we expect everyone in the office to support from a cleanliness and organizational standpoint.
  9. Electronic File Management – The Firm’s electronic filing system is very well defined, and it is vital that the Account Coordinator works within that system. We are also counting on the Account Coordinator to “police” the files that are, ultimately, saved so a) the file name is appropriate and b) it is saved in the correct folder.
  10. Internal (Catch-ups) and Client Meetings – The Account Coordinator will be expected to coordinate the calendar invites and help the CST assemble the “standard” material that needs to be prepared for a client or [internal]catch-ups.
  11. Preparation of OpsRisk Reports – The Account Coordinator prepares and updates client reports in OpsRisk including Business Summary Report, Named/Additional Insured Reports, Coverage Matrix, Schedule of insurance, etc.

Daily

✔Emails processed and in-box cleared;

✔Billing entered and submitted

✔Team Leader emails processed

✔Calendar management

Weekly

✔To-do report provided to Team Leader;

 

Monthly

✔Litigation Report Updated and issued

✔Marketing-Chrono Report reviewed and Projects created

   

General Responsibilities

  • Office & Space Management: This is the responsibility for the overall management of the office space, including, but not limited to, office organization, supplies ordering, technology support, etc.
  • Provide administrative and organizational support to the CEO as needed.
  • Client Service Plans – The Account Coordinator will administratively prepare the templates or base documents for completion by the CST.

A fast-paced and growing company is seeking a Team Leader on the Certificate of Insurance Compliance team to work in the NY/NJ area. Must have 3-7 years of experience with all areas related to Property & Casualty insurance. Construction as well as Real Estate & Development industry background is a plus. Must have previous exposure to identifying gaps in coverage on insurance policies, contract management/contract review knowledge, and lease agreement proficiency.

General requirements:

  • Proven track record working with department managers and providing feedback to leadership on risk-related activities including vendor compliance, contract review and broker/insurer management;
  • Team Management experience providing “in the moment” feedback to more junior staff;
  • Demonstrate highly professional & courteous demeanor;
  • Possess excellent time management & organizational skills;
  • Have a valid Property & Casualty license and have ability to meet the NJ license requirement;
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher education preferred;
  • Familiar with OCIP/CCIP programs including administration;
  • Familiar with coverages relating back to Property & Casualty Insurances (Builders Risk, Auto, WC, General Liability, etc.)
  • Underwriting experience preferred;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Basic Job Functions:

  • Must be able to train, mentor, and generally supervise team members;
  • Manage any client engagement related items that are open and bring to conclusion for clients that engage on Certificate of Insurance Compliance;
  • Provide technical advisory relating back to Certificate of Insurance Compliance and communicate that advisory to CEO, CFO, and General Counsel at our client offices as well as internal ALS leaders;
  • Complete peer reviews on forms, endorsements, and other Property & Casualty Insurance policies, contracts, and lease agreements;
  • Support Mid to Large size accounts including but not limited to Client meetings, internal support, follow-up, and ownership of problem-solving.

We offer a competitive salary, a great benefits program, and a 401K with an employer contribution.

The ALS Group is looking for a highly motivated individual with an entrepreneurial spirit. The environment is fast and the urgency is high in this role. The person in this position must be deadline driven, have strong attention to detail and responsiveness to clients in a timely manner. This position is responsible for supporting a senior account team while assisting in the service of several accounts.

The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years’ experience in a brokerage or risk management department assisting a more senior member of the risk team. There is growth opportunity to a more senior member of the ALS team as your technical experience and client support skills mature.

General Requirements:

  • Great work ethic with a “can-do” attitude while being detail oriented;
  • Ability to think outside the box and come up with creative solutions;
  • An undergraduate degree ideally in a Risk Management major;
  • Have a valid Property & Casualty license and have ability to meet the State license requirement;
  • The desire to grow both personally and professionally;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Basic Job Functions:

  • Manage multiple tasks that support the client engagement process from beginning to end;
  • Support client vendor compliance (certificates, endorsements, contracts etc) and work within our proprietary database to collect data and approve vendors.
  • Perform initial reviews for insurance renewal proposals, binder reviews and final insurance policy review. Provide comments to ALS team members and brokers as needed
  • Review and manage email communication in the firm’s database from Clients, brokers and carriers to manage open items creating next steps for the ALS team to address;
  • Help in training and mentoring the intern team;
  • Identify and approach technical tasks and ask smart questions in order to walk forward items that can be supported by a junior team member;
  • Assist Account Managers in putting together all necessary documents to execute on policy review packages and provide support in coverage renewal projects;

We offer a competitive salary, great benefit program and 401K with an employer contribution.

Are you an ambitious, intelligent self-starter looking to join a dynamic team in a growing management consulting firm? Do you have what it takes to be part of our team of bright, energetic and engaging folks who enjoy providing support and solutions to a great group of Clients? Are you a Paralegal who has experience with contracts, deadlines and supporting legal professionals?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions you will make a great Sr. Risk Management Analyst for our firm.

General requirements:

  • 5-7 years of experience ideally working with Construction & Real Estate related accounts as a Broker, Underwriter, or in a Risk Management Department.
  • \Bachelor’s degree a must and prefer industry designations (CRIS, ARM, CPCU etc)that confirm a commitment to continuous professional development
  • Have or obtain a valid State Property & Casualty license
  • This is a Client facing role and we would expect this person to work with and support the ALS/Client leadership team on all client engagements
  • Possess excellent time management and organizational skill
  • Familiar with coverages such as Builders Risk, CPL, Contractors Professional
  • Familiar with OCIP/CCIP programs including administration
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook. Experience with a project management systems is a plus.

Basic Job Functions:

  • Manage multiple tasks that support client engagement process from beginning to end.
  • Perform final reviews for insurance renewal proposals, binder reviews and final insurance policy review. Coordinate wth ALS team members and brokers to bring any open items to conclusion.
  • Manage client insurance renewal process including gathering information, creating coverage specifications and serving in a pivotal role in the renewal process.
  • Manage any client engagement related items from inception to conclusion.
  • Mentor Analysts and Junior Analysts within the firm.
  • Review client contracts for risk and insurance issues – develop comments and redline contract language were needed.
  • Provide general risk management technical advisory on any client matter as required..

We offer a competitive salary, great benefit program and 401K with an employer contribution

Fast paced and growing company is seeking a Risk Manager to work in the NYC area. Must have 5+ years of experience with all areas of insurance related to Construction as well as Real Estate & Development. Healthcare experience is a plus. Must have previous contract management/ contract review experience.

General requirements:

  • Proven track record working with department managers and providing feedback to leadership on risk related activities including vendor compliance, contract review and broker/insurer management;
  • Demonstrate highly professional & courteous demeanor;
  • Possess excellent time management & organizational skills;
  • Have a valid Property & Casualty license and have ability to meet the NJ license requirement;
  • Bachelor’s degree a must;
  • Familiar with OCIP/CCIP programs including administration;
  • Familiar with coverages such as Builders Risk, CPL, Contractors Professional;
  • Underwriting experience preferred;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Basic Job Functions:

  • Must be able to train, mentor, and generally supervise team members;
  • Manage any client engagement related items that are open and bring to conclusion;
  • Provide technical advisory and communicate that advisory to CEO, CFO and General Counsel at our client offices;
  • Support Mid to Large size accounts autonomously including but not limited to Client meetings, internal support, follow-up and ownership of problem solving.

We offer a competitive salary, great benefit program and 401K with an employer contribution.

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