Commercial Lines State Analyst

Category
Underwriting

Overview

Mutual of Enumclaw was founded in 1898 by local farmers who wanted to look out for each other. That spirit continues to define our company culture. Our employees are proud of our thoughtful approach to insurance, and it shows. In August 2020, for the ninth year in a row, we were recognized as one of Washington’s 100 Best Companies to Work For by Seattle Business magazine (based on a survey of our employees).

 

Mutual of Enumclaw works exclusively with local independent agents to offer insurance products for individuals, families, farms, and businesses. We currently operate in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Montana and Wyoming.

 


 

This Commercial Lines State Analyst position will be a driven and individually accountable steward of profit and growth across assigned states & territories for commercial lines & farm products. Role will focus on working collaboratively with the State Manager to execute priorities in support of state strategy, with a core focus will be on rate filings, model updates, territory management, and distribution strategies.

 

This position will report to our Director of Commercial Lines product Management and will work remotely.

 

Benefits include but are not limited to medical, dental, vision, cash balance and 401(k) plans with company match; life insurance; employee discount on personal insurance; wellness reimbursement program; paid parental leave and an annual bonus plan.

 


 

Responsibilities

  • Drive execution of profit/growth opportunities
  • Build relationships and add value across core stakeholder departments (Underwriting, Sales, Actuarial, IT, etc.)
  • Develop knowledge across assigned products and execution
  • Effectively leverage data, analytics and available supporting resources
  • Drive and support state rate filings execution at all stages
  • Create influential presentations associated with day to day executional opportunities

 

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • No direct management responsibility

 

Qualifications

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong analytic & project management capabilities
  • Knowledge of P&C insurance products & filing process
  • Knowledge of predictive/pricing modeling methodology, and actuarial principles
  • Knowledge of Underwriting principles, methodology and general theory
  • Knowledge of PowerPoint & Excel
  • Knowledge of SQL, SAS, VBA, and other programming/data management strong plus
  • Translate analysis into coherent presentations & communication

 

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Actuarial, Business Admin, Mathematics or related analytic disciplines
  • 2+ years of P&C experience in commercial lines product management or small commercial/farm, actuarial or sales/underwriting, but experience in portfolio managed products would also be entertained
  • Knowledge of insurance, actuarial principles, modeling, computer science & data manipulation
  • All the following would be consider preferred and viewed favorably:
    • Graduate degree and/or related professional designations (Underwriting, Actuarial, Finance)
    • Experience with managing products and interacting with regulatory environments in the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Arizona
    • Experience working with an independent agency channel distribution

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to work at a desk or office for a prolonged period of time

 

 

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