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York Risk Services Group is a premier provider of insurance, risk management, alternative risk, pool administration and claims management solutions to clients across hundreds of industries. Recently named by Forbes as one of "America's Best Midsized Companies 2017" We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company. With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding opportunities.
Coordinates meetings and retreats including: securing meeting locations and negotiating contracts and scheduling travel and catering;
Travels to meetings and interacts with clients;
Coordinates all on-site meeting activities, and takes minutes (in accordance with the Ralph M. Brown Act requirements, when applicable);
Maintains and oversees task lists developed from meetings as they pertain to assigned clients;
Coordinates orientation training and prepares and distributes administrative manuals to clients;
Creates, updates, and maintains files and records including client websites;
Initiates timely state filings for financial statements, budgets, Statement of Facts, contractual agreements, and conflict of interest, and certificates of insurance renewals;
Develops and maintains relationships with clients, prospects, and contacts, including: brokers, third party administrators (TPAs), administrators, finance managers, state agencies, excess carriers, Board and group members, and prospective members;
Responds in a timely manner to requests from clients, administrators, brokers, TPAs, and others;
Gathers, coordinates, and interprets underwriting data including financial information, payroll, census, etc. and prepares underwriting recommendations to be presented to the clients;
Submits requests for addition of members to brokers and excess insurance carriers;
Reviews preliminary information sent by brokers and follows up with brokers in obtaining additional information in regards to program renewals and underwriting new member and programs
Processes property and auto claims;
Performs and oversees industry accreditation process;
Prepares and distributes reports, newsletters, client information, advisories, etc.;
Explains processes and coverages to clients;
Effectively communicates with colleagues with regard to work assignments, absences, and other matters concerning the department;
Acts as main contact for all client related issues;
Presents information to internal and external customers in all venues (General Manager, Executive Committee, Board, etc.);
Develops presentations and training materials;
Compiles and analyzes information in order to make recommendations on the formulation of policies and procedures;
Researches and provides accurate interpretation of pertinent state regulations and laws governing self-insured programs; and
Performs other tasks upon request.
Must have broad, in-depth, and up-to-date knowledge of self-insurance administration including pool structure, governing documents, actuarial studies, attachment points, underwriting processes, regulatory requirements, excess/reinsurance placement, claims audits, etc.;
Must be able to recognize politically sensitive situations and work with the appropriate party(ies) to resolve or address situations;
Must have working knowledge of fiscal activities such as budgeting, invoicing, structuring of rates, and distributions;
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills;
Must be able to exercise sound judgment and problem solving skills and develop effective proactive solutions;
Must be able to collaborate effectively in a team environment;
Must be able to complete work in a timely, organized manner;
Must have proficiency in basic computer skills, and proficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint;
Must be able to read, analyze, and interpret general business correspondence, periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, codes and regulations;
Must be able to write reports, business correspondence, and procedures manuals;
Must be able to interact positively with clients, staff, and other third parties;
Must have professional demeanor;
Must be able to effectively and persuasively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, and general public.
Must be able to work independently;
Must be able to sit/stand for extended periods of time; and
Must be able to communicate with a diverse group of people.
The Analyst II reports to one of the Program Administration Managers.
Responsible for supervising the workload of any Administrative Assistant assigned to respective client account.