The typical starting salary range for this role is determined by a number of factors including skills, experience, education, certifications and location. The full salary range for this role reflects the competitive labor market value for all employees in these positions across the national market and provides an opportunity to progress as employees grow and develop within the role. Some roles at Liberty Mutual have a corresponding compensation plan which may include commission and/or bonus earnings at rates that vary based on multiple factors set forth in the compensation plan for the role.Description
We are continuing to invest and grow our Construction team! We are in search of a dedicated specialty construction casualty underwriter to help us to grow our existing book in the Midwest region. Liberty Mutuals Mid Construction team handles Middle Market to National Account-sized casualty construction business sharing specialized knowledge of construction and risk management with our agents and brokers. Our underwriters work on the primary casualty & property lines coverages for both guaranteed cost as well as loss sensitive program structures. Liberty Mutual fosters underwriter judgment and emphasize local decision making. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented & eager commercial insurance underwriter with construction expertise, confidence, and deal-oriented mindset.
This would be considered a Hybrid role in the posted office location (2 office days a week and those can flex)
Underwriting Specialist: $106,700 - $143,700. Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days
Underwriting Consultant: $121,500 - $163,300Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days
Underwriting Consultant ll: $138,000 - $187,000 Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days
- Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals.
- Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Key Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Key Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Key Agents/Brokers.
- Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to preferred brokers to market and cross market. Provides input to the development of marketing plans, product analysis, services, geographic focus and broker intelligence.
- Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines.
- Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates multiple areas of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters.
- Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
- Expert-level knowledge of insurance products/coverage, underwriting, pricing, risk selection, market segments and marketplace; insurance finance and actuarial concepts; loss control/risk engineering; marketing techniques, regulatory environment and reinsurance; advanced-level knowledge of territory management.
- Ability to apply underwriting/appetite, tools, systems, and resources to achieve goals, solve complex problems, establish and build healthy working relationships exceeds in mentoring relationships, and negotiate as normally acquired and a related bachelors degree, eight to ten years of relevant experience preferred; CPCU or professional insurance designation strongly preferred.
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