Insurance Premium Auditor
- Career Level
- Not Specified
Job DescriptionAs an Insurance Premium Auditor, you will meet with companies at their place of business to accurately audit payroll & sales exposures for Workers' Compensation, General Liability and Garage policies.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and exceptional communication skills.
As an Insurance Premium Auditor, you will be:
Conducting audits by reviewing the policyholder’s business operations and financial data to determine exposure basis and classificationDiscussing audit results with the policyholder to ensure understanding of exposures and to maintain superior customer service and relationsPreparing detailed audit reports utilizing accounting records, custom software and spreadsheet application to document audit findingsJob Responsibilities
As an Insurance Premium Auditor, you will travel 3-5 days per week, with the probability of overnight travel, to meet with policyholders in their business locations. Upon completion of a training period, the Insurance Premium Auditor will be assigned a geographic territory and existing workload to manage, schedule, complete and submit for processing.
The Insurance Premium Auditor will also participate in customer service and audit activities including:
Communicating with policyholders, clients and coworkers via email, telephone and face to face discussionsCompiling insurance audit reportsMaintaining high level of confidentiality, integrity and attention to detailRequirementsInsurance Premium Auditor
The best fit for this Insurance Premium Auditor position has a bachelor’s degree with some accounting coursework, as well as exceptional communication, math and computer skills. The ideal candidate also has insurance premium audit or commensurate work experience with strong customer service skills. Additionally, a successful Insurance Premium Auditor should be self-motivated, organized and have:
Strong computer skills in use of the internet, spreadsheet and word processing applications with excellent keyboarding skillsPersonal integrity, honesty, dependability and ethical standardsA valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving recordSolid attention to detail with thoroughness and accuracy in completing workHigh degree of analytical and critical thinking skillsAbility to achieve and maintain performance standards set by employerIn addition, as part of the hiring process, all prospective new hires will be subject to a drug screen, background check and pre-employment testing.
Eligible, full time Insurance Premium Auditors can expect a rewarding career in a stable industry with a competitive salary and benefits package. Wilkinson Insurance Services Inc. provides Insurance Premium Auditors a laptop computer, related work equipment, manuals and training.
Newly hired, full-time Insurance Premium Auditors will be offered:
Employee health, dental, life, and disability insurance (employees can expect to contribute a portion)
Seven Paid Holidays
Paid Time Off earned each month
Paid training period
Weekly expense reimbursements including, mileage reimbursements, motels, meals, etc….Monthly stipends for cell phone and internet
Assigned territory with existing workload and production based pay increases
SIMPLE IRA with employer match