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Arrowhead Risk Managers is looking for an experienced Senior Underwriter to join our team. This position will solicit, underwrite, and price accounts according to specific carrier guidelines utilizing approved all risk modeling guidelines.
Arrowhead Risk Managers, operating as a division of Brown & Brown Insurance, is an All Risk – E&S Commercial Property Program targeting primary and excess, shared and layered programs, as well as ground up placements. We offer broad and flexible coverage terms designed to meet clients' requirements, with superior service from receipt of application to policy issuance and subsequent servicing.
Arrowhead Risk Managers offers a benefits and compensation package that meets today's most important needs and includes:
A challenging and stimulating career that provides growth and development.
Group medical, dental, vision, life, and disability benefits.
Paid time off and a 401(k) retirement plan as well as an Employee Stock Purchase Plan that allows our employees to purchase Brown & Brown stock at a discounted rate.
If you want to be part of a growing organization that is energetic and driven, contact us today.
Adheres to the Arrowhead General Insurance Agency service standards.
Understands carrier guidelines including systems processes related to underwriter duties.
Underwrites and prices accounts per specific carrier guidelines.
Issues quotes and binders documenting insurance coverages.
Develops and promotes broker/agent relationships to help reach production goals.
Recognizes and evaluates inherent hazards and exposure associated with the individual risks.
Underwrites and binds new and renewal business.
Oversees and manages the work of Underwriters and Associate Underwriters.
Reviews and evaluates mid-term changes in exposure.
Pre-reviews existing accounts for potential non-renewal due to claims activity or increase in unacceptable exposure.
Reviews for cancellation (i.e., non-payment of premium, insured's request to cancel, etc.)
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and five to ten years related experience in the insurance industry and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) preferred.
Understanding of policy construction for both ISO property and manuscript property forms and the ability to draft manuscript policy endorsements.
Experience with CAT Modeling – RMS including layering, treaty booking, peril exclusions, etc.
Experience with various building construction types and occupancies, and how these judgments effect CAT modeling.
Experience with booking of accounts, endorsements, and additional and return premiums.
Experience with pricing – rate development for fire, AOP, Named Windstorm, Convective Storm, Flood.
Experience dealing directly with brokers to develop relationships.
Has a deep understanding of commercial property insurance and the ability to follow multiple carrier guidelines per account.
Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, policy and accounting systems, and vendor specific computer programs.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple tasks.
Routine or periodic travel which may require the teammate to drive their own vehicle or a rental vehicle.
Valid driver's license and possess an acceptable motor vehicle record at the time of hire and periodically thereafter.
Maintain the minimum acceptable insurance coverages and limits as defined by Arrowhead/Brown & Brown.
For more information about Arrowhead Risk Managers, please visit our website at www.arrowheadgrp.com.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We take pride in the diversity of our team and seek diversity in our applicants.