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Specialty Lines Underwriter
US-WI-Middleton | US-WI-Appleton
1 month ago
(3/15/2018 12:31 PM)
Underwriting - Specialty Lines
This position is able to work in either our Middleton Office or Appleton Office.
Develop and maintain a profitable book of Specialty Lines business.
Quote and write accounts that meet Specialty Lines Program requirements (based on underwriting guidelines).
Generate new business sales/production by developing agency relationships and increasing renewal retention.
Price accounts to ensure an underwriting profit.
Process information by preparing policy issuance instructions, organizing files for issuance, and processing documents to assure accurate and timely billing.
Assist Marketing in managing agency relationships through:
Recruiting/appointing new agencies in conjunction with SECURA’s agency profile.
or canceling poor performing agencies.
Soliciting book rollovers.
Developing annual agency plans with each agency.
Assume accountability for growth and profit for a select territory/region.
2+ year of direct Specialty Lines or multiline Commercial underwriting experience.
Ability to learn Specialty Lines Program and effectively apply underwriting guidelines to make sound underwriting decisions.
Knowledge and ability to underwrite all lines of Commercial business.
Ability to interpret inspection surveys, loss runs, and financial statements.
Ability to assimilate and analyze agency management reports.
Excellent problem-solving skills.
Superior verbal- and written-communication skills.
Strong desk-management skills, including organization/prioritization, and ability to multitask.
Excellent keyboard/PC skills.
Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university.
Completion or active enrollment in INS, AU, CPCU, CIC, or ARM
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