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Job Title : Director of Operations
   Jobcode : 20573
   Description : The Director of Operations will provide overall management and oversite of the daily operations of three office locations within Monmouth/Ocean Counties. Provide an important leadership role modeling: honesty, teamwork, professionalism and a strong work ethic. Identify, support, facilitate and implement best practices within the agency to avoid errors and omissions. Contribute to the achievement of budgeted growth objectives and profitability by analyzing data and developing and executing plans to mitigate negative impacts. Lead human resource functions including interviewing and hiring personnel, team member training, performance evaluations, coordination of work schedules and time off. Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of training programs, adjusting as necessary, to ensure learning and team member retention. Design and implement systems and procedures to reflect operational improvements, and to meet financial and performance goals. Manage internal support services - maximize output of the various support of IT, marketing HR and any third-party consulting. Develop, document and audit agency operating procedures, service standards and service expectations. Engage the internal and external customer to amplify the P&C message, resulting in a “best in industry” customer experience. Develop new and maintain existing relationships with carriers, brokers and vendors. Oversee the management of account managers expiration list as well as conducting meetings to discuss marketing and strategies. Mentor staff and producers regarding marketing, coverages and procedures. Update staff on company changes and marketplace. Manage issues related to clients: companies and vendor accounts. Arrange in-house education to raise the knowledge base of the agency and individuals. Recognize and resolve employee issues/complaints. Oversee information technology functions including acquisition, implementation, maintenance and security. Coordinate, facilitate and follow-up upon agency meetings.
   City : Jersey Shore Area
   State : NJ
   Requirement : Bachelor’s degree. 12-15 years of work experience in Property and Casualty Insurance field. 5 years of direct experience managing sales and/or service representatives within an insurance agency with multiple branches. Property & Casualty license. Previous experience with an agency management system. Strong computer skills with an emphasis in MS Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook and experience using integrated database such as The Agency Management System: Applied Epic. Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) Designation. IVAN Exchange Solution Account Administrator.
   Base Pay Low : $Open
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Job Title : VP of Compensation and Benefits
   Jobcode : 20947
   Description : Our client, a well rated and highly profitable P&C insurance organization is seeking an innovative thinker capable of generating “out of the box” programs and solutions geared towards attracting top talent; rewarding employee achievement and performance; and ultimately aligned with the company’s pay-for-performance strategic philosophy. Provide leadership and direction to evaluate and modify offerings to ensure a competitive compensation and benefits strategy in alignment with the company’s objectives, initiatives and budget guidelines. Ensure that the administration, budgeting and communication of compensation and benefits programs are well executed and contribute to a positive employee experience. Act as the primary liaison with the executive compensation consultant to manage the Stock Plan Administration to ensure that all equity-based transactions are conducted efficiently and correctly, including stock grants and vesting, exercise of stock grants and accurate accounting of stock activity. Prepare board materials for the compensation committee as needed, attend meeting as a subject matter expert to support the CHRO. Execute annual compensation benchmarking initiatives. Identify areas for benchmarking, select reputable surveys to participate in and analyze current pay against results. Make recommendations for reclassifying roles and adjusting base pay when needed. Supervise our core HRIS systems (ADP Workforce Now and our proprietary Employee Portal) and ensure data integrity across all employee platforms. Source more efficient systems and lead implementation process as needed.
   City : Parsippany Area
   State : NJ
   Requirement : Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 15+ years experience in a generalist capacity with an emphasis on total rewards and people operations. Expertise in policy design and understanding of all pertinent regulations. Demonstrated experience and understanding of all aspects of administering equity-based programs, including accounting, tax and legal implications. Strong and proven people manager.
   Base Pay Low : $Open
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Job Title : Senior Statistical Reporting Analyst
   Jobcode : 21037
   Description : Come join a leading A+ Rated P&C Insurance Company’s Statistical Department and be involved with data mining, manipulation and development of Premium, Loss, and Expense reports to submit to Insurance Bureaus, Regulatory Departments, and State Agencies. Individual will have close customer interaction (internal and external) on insurance data reporting requirements, along with additional data management activities on deadline-driven reporting schedules (Monthly, Quarterly, Ad Hoc basis). Responsible for compilation and analysis of data in preparation to submit premium and claim data to Bureaus (ISO/Verisk, CAR, SAA, NCCI, Independent Workers Compensation Organizations, and State Regulators). Ensure timely compliance with all insurance company statistical reporting to a high degree of accuracy (balancing to company financials). Write business requirements for new program data and coverage initiatives along with assistance on ongoing systems maintenance and testing.
   City : Jersey City Area
   State : NJ
   Requirement : Bachelor’s degree in Arts or Science, with emphasis in data analytics, statistics or a related field. 3-5 years background in Property & Casualty Insurance; knowledge of ISO statistical plan reporting, and/or other Statistical Agent plans is a plus. Prior experience preparing and submitting reports, insurance data calls, NCCI statistical reporting process and paying assessments to State Insurance Departments, NCCI and Independent Rating Bureaus and Regulatory Agencies a major plus. Knowledge and understanding of premium and claims processing systems and applications. Strong technical skills with Microsoft Office products (Excel – Pivot Tables/VLOOKUP), SQL tool, along with willingness to learn existing in-house applications.
   Base Pay Low : $Open
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Job Title : Surplus Lines Filing and Compliance Administrator
   Jobcode : 21071
   Description : Would you say you’re more organized than most people? Our client needs you! Will be responsible for filing and coordinating all surplus lines reports and taxes utilizing a knowledge of the laws governing surplus lines insurance business in various states. Will report directly to the principal of the company while working closely with the vice presidents, account managers and the accounting manager. This position requires extreme organizational skills and attention to detail. Will file surplus lines taxes on behalf of multiple companies in all 50 states. Coordination and completion of surplus lines tax filing confirmations/verification and affidavits required forms from states and forward to appropriate individual for signature/notary. Track billing of surplus lines taxes through our AMS 360 system to determine if surplus lines taxes have been properly billed and documented in accordance with state laws. Stamp policies within a 48-72 hour period from date of receipt. Maintain a log in Excel to track and assist with activities and state filings.
   City : Paramus Area
   State : NJ
   Requirement : Proven ability to organize and manage time in order to meet specific filing deadlines. Must be a self-starter and able to work independently. Ability to evaluate current process and suggest improvements. Ability to interact with underwriters, retailers, state insurance departments, surplus lines offices and clients daily. Knowledge of Microsoft products, internet and computer skills a must. Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, Finance or Insurance. Accountant or CPA helpful but not required.
   Base Pay Low : $70,000
   Base Pay High : $80,000