Are you ready to jumpstart your career in the insurance industry? Eager to make an impact at a growing company while delivering great service to our broker partners and customers?
After our SGI CANADA launch in Ontario, we are looking for people to join our team in permanent and temporary Underwriting Assistant roles. Apply to join our team at our Ontario Office (Etobicoke). As an Underwriting Assistant you will be responsible for processing insurance policies; reviewing, evaluating and determining insurability for routine renewal insurance applications; and providing administrative support to the underwriting team.
Excited to take on new challenges in our rapidly changing industry, you are ready to work with our partners and provide them the service they deserve!
Underwriting and Processing: You’ll make sure that we’re delivering an out-of-this-world customer experience and support for all of our products. You’ll process both new and renewal transactions and review applications to determine the risk involved and whether to accept, modify, or reject each risk. It will be up to you to place business in accordance with the rules and restrictions of subscription, reinsurance and legislative guidelines.
Broker Relationships: You’ll build strong working relationships with brokers to generate a flow of profitable business. Drawing on those strong relationships, you’ll have to explain underwriting criteria and decisions to them on a daily basis.
Administrative: As an Underwriting assistant, you’ll also help keep the underwriting team up and running by making sure our files are in the right places and no broker call ever goes unanswered.
Leadership & Corporate Management:
Aligning to corporate and divisional strategies, you will have the opportunity to enable the success of programs and policies while managing applicable risk. As part of a high performing workforce, you understand the importance of contributing to your team and participating in the effectiveness of a seamless customer experience. You will help build a culture of empowerment and accountability to effectively deliver on strategic objectives by driving performance through others, and by supporting team and workforce readiness through knowledge transfer, mentoring and developmental opportunities. You also understand that safety starts with you, keeping every employee safe now - and in the future.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Office procedures and office equipment.
Computers and Microsoft Word and Excel.
Principles and practice of insurance.
Education & Experience
One Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) course OR some post-secondary education specializing in insurance and risk management.
One year experience in an insurance industry office environment.
Ready to Apply?
Tell us why you’re the right fit for this role. Learn more about the job and what your future could look like at SGI CANADA by visiting www.sgicanada.ca.
Applications are to be submitted online to job 9799 by 11:59 p.m. on: Wednesday, January 17, 2018