The Cincinnati Insurance Company, a subsidiary of The Cincinnati Financial Corporation, stands among the nation’s top 25 property casualty insurer groups, based on net written premiums. Our commitment to the independent agency system began in 1950 and is our company’s core strength and an important competitive advantage. We strengthen service by offering agents and policyholders a local presence, unparalleled claims service, loss control consultation services, work-saving technology initiatives, and competitive products, rates and compensation.
The Staff Underwriting department is seeking a Personal Lines filings analyst. The role of this position is to review requests from underwriting and other sources, related to the filing of rules, rates, and forms, including ISO and Department of Insurance bulletins; verify that company forms and manuals comply with state regulations and statutes; make recommendations and process filings to ensure our products remain in compliance; provide bulletins to agents regarding revised manual pages and forms; and handle additional aspects related to compliance with the states and departments of insurance assigned.
review publications (hardcopy and electronic or web-postings) for assigned states, determine need for company action and gain approval from management when appropriate
research P&C insurance issues, regulations, and court cases, etc.
make recommendations and solicit underwriting approval for filing changes
develop and maintain state-specific forms, filing manuals and agent manuals
maintain company forms library
establishes, builds, and maintains company resource contacts
make filings to DOI for new and revised products including forms, rules, and rates to ensure our compliance with state regulation
prepare notification and updates of filing status to other departments and areas
respond to other departments questions and concerns involving new or revised state legislation or filing changes
mentors and advises underwriting staff and others on coverage forms and state statutes
develop and maintain relationships with the state departments of insurance
college degree or prior insurance experience
completion of Certificate in General Insurance (INS 21, 22, and 23)
knowledge of functions of other departments within the company
three or more years of underwriting experience
competency and knowledge of current market trends, condition and competition
strong Microsoft Word and Excel experience and knowledge
good written and verbal communication
understands mathematical concepts
professional phone etiquette
organized and detail-oriented
able to adapt to change
willing to take ownership to accomplish tasks
displays sense of urgency while maintaining accuracy
must be willing to travel occasionally
We offer a competitive and comprehensive salary and benefits package including a matching 401(k) and company vehicle program.
Equal Opportunity Employer