Benefits Analyst
NewAlliance Bank - Branch, MN

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Property-Casualty License required.
High School Diploma, some college preferred.
Above average telephone personality and ability to deal with people.
Ability to communicate orally and in writing with others to explain complex issues, receive and interpret complex information, and respond appropriately.
Ability to understand written and oral communication and interpret abstract information.
Full knowledge of insurance products and usages. Some technical education helpful, including Pictorial, IIA, CISR, CIC or CPCU courses.
Adequate knowledge of rating procedures, coverages, and industry operations to effectively manage, maintain, and underwrite assigned client and prospect lists.
Full knowledge of insurance markets and reference to markets.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, and to accurately perform simple calculations involving decimals and fractions.
Ability to utilize computer programs and understand functionality.
High degree of self-discipline and motivation.
Demonstrate skills of persuasion and negotiation.
Satisfactory completion of agency testing requirements.
Must adhere to pertinent laws, regulations , First Niagara’s Compliance Policy and external compliance requirements.

Job Description:
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Meet and exceed client expectations in all areas.
Professionally counsel and market to new and existing clients.
Solicit new business and develop existing accounts.
Manage the service and renewal process for our client.
Take ownership of the client's risk management needs and provide them with professional knowledge as necessary.
Understand and promote agency initiatives, to contribute to and enhance the agency's reputation in all actions.
Write new business and maintain a high customer retention rate.


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A lot of water and a few barrels have gone over Niagara Falls since First Niagara Bank was founded. Tracing its roots to 1870, the flagship...