Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
5 - 7 years
Posted 137 days agoby Mason Ingling
Professional with experience in medical stop loss underwritingexperience to:
*** Analyze information on client demographics, claims history and plan design.
*** Manage acquisition of quotes from medical stop loss carriers.
*** Evaluate stop loss proposals and make recommendations to Brokers on coverage and plan design.
*** Develop and maintain relationships with underwriters and stop loss carriers, brokers, third-party administrators, and internal partners.
Join a growing global company and enjoy working in a highly rated environment with great compensation, benefits (company plans for medical, dental, vision, prescription drug, employee and dependent life insurance, short and long-term disability and advancement potential.
Education Requirements: Bachelor DegreeMinimum Experience Requirements: 5-10 yearsJob City Location: BostonJob State Location: MAJob Country Location: USA
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