The Staff Accountant position is responsible for compiling and analyzing financial data that may include any or all of the following: preparation of journal entries, general ledger account reconciliations, bank account reconciliations, Positive Pay, etc. Additional responsibilities will also include preparing or partnering with team members to prepare a variety of standard, periodic reports and providing support to other major financial accounting departments as needed.
The reconciliation specialist will be responsible for reconciling general ledger accounts to source documents, identifying differences and working to resolve issues. Current processes are manual in nature and individual will be expected to work to streamline these, including working with IT to automate them as much as possible. Individual must be able to document changes to procedures and ensure internal controls remain in place and functioning as intended.
Claims Examiners are expected to provide high quality, high speed and excellent customer service to all claimants, which will ultimately result in satisfied customers and a profitable loss ratio for the company.
The Underwriting Technician contributes to the success of the underwriting organization by working to drive growth, improve profitability, retain accounts, and service producers. The Underwriting Technician is responsible for reviewing and analyzing all property documents to provide timely, practical underwriting decisions to agents, and for delivering outstanding customer service by communicating decisions effectively both internally and externally. Acts as an integral member of the Underwriting team by providing support within established performance standards and priorities when cases fall above their authority or level of expertise. Ensures all related activities are delivered in a manner consistent with customer service focus, quality and timelines.
The Compliance Manager would be responsible for ensuring that National Lloyd’s policies and procedures are aligned with applicable regulatory and compliance requirements. In addition to leading efforts with the implementation of new regulatory requirements, this person is also responsible for monitoring National Lloyd’s continued adherence to established regulatory requirements. The Compliance Manager is responsible for supporting the regulatory reporting and audit liaisons functions and will revise the program in response to the changing needs of the organization, laws, and governmental policies.
Field Staff Adjusters are expected to provide high quality, high speed and excellent customer service to all claimants, which will ultimately result in satisfied customers for the company. The incumbent will focus on learning about the claims process in an office environment until he/she is ready to move into a field staff adjuster role.