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Assistant Vice President of Claims - Description
Commercial Lines Manager - Description
Chief Operating Officer - Description
Wellness Coordinator - Description
Senior Commercial Lines Producer - Description
Vice President, Compliance - Description
Vice President, Employee Benefits Producer - Description
Chief Operating Officer - Description
VP - Commercial Lines (Rockville, MD) - Description
VP - Commercial Lines (Columbia, MD) - Description
 

Position Description

Title: Chief Operating Officer
Base Salary: $125,000 ‐ $175,000 plus Bonus Opportunity, Vacation
Location: Mahopac, New York
Reports to: President
Relocation Package: Negotiable

BACKGROUND

Celebrating their 90th year, our client is now one of the most respected insurance agencies in the northeast
region. Our client is a full‐service agency that provides coverage for all lines of insurance, and is a fast
growing commercial insurance agency. Our client has been building client loyalty and trust through three
generations. From basic coverages to the most unusual risks, they provide innovative risk management and
insurance programs at competitive rates backed by large, financially sound carriers.

Our client is looking for a dynamic, high‐energy individual to oversee and grow its Property & Casualty
business as its Chief Operating Officer. The perfect candidate is someone that likes to “roll up their
sleeves,” and to make a difference on a daily basis. You may currently be part of a high growth team at an
agency/broker.

In addition to a competitive base salary range and full benefits package, the successful candidate will be
eligible for a bonus based on meeting company objectives.

Our client headquarters is located in beautiful Mahopac, New York. You’ll find a pleasant, family‐oriented
environment with good schools and plenty of local charm. Our client’s location puts all that New York City
has to offer within a short 60 minute drive.

PRIMARY ROLE
Ultimate accountability for planning, leading, organizing, and directing the firm's success. Additional
responsibilities include:
  • Overseeing and managing daily insurance agency operations with a “hands‐on” approach.
  • Establishing and monitoring specific work flow and procedures.
  • Monitoring staff compliance to procedures by reviewing monthly audits: address transgressions
  • with department leader.
  • Achieve growth and profit objectives, high productivity, and strategic objectives.
  • Monitor financial performance and take action to assure achievement of results.
  • Oversee company relationships and contingency monitoring.
  • Problem resolution (client, company, employee, etc.)
  • Ability to wear “different hats” as events dictates.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Must have five to ten years experience successfully growing a Property / Casualty insurance
  • agency.
  • Must have demonstrated skills in managing sales goals and proven track record.
  • Must possess strong leadership skills with the ability to focus and direct a talented team of
  • insurance professionals.
  • Leadership abilities are required.
  • Strong communication skills including written and verbal.
  • Ability to motivate and mentor sales personnel and department managers.
  • Experience to oversee both operational and sales goals.
  • College or other degree desirable.
  • Commercial Lines Manager experience is a plus.
Our client offers an excellent work environment, a full range of benefits, including medical and vacation.
For Immediate Consideration:

Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference job code NY#001.

Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies, brokers and insurance carriers throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com.

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Position Description

Title: Vice President, Employee Benefits Producer
Department: Employee Benefits
Base Salary: $90,000 ‐ $150,000 (base plus new business first year), Benefits and 401K.
Location: Hartford, CT Area
Reports to: Agency President
Relocation Package: Negotiable
Telecommute: Yes

BACKGROUND
Our client is a well‐established and prominent Hartford area independent broker focusing primarily on middle
market employee benefit and property/casualty programs. With an award‐winning value driven model, they
enjoy a high level of respect in the marketplace.

This is a ground floor opportunity for an experienced professional. Although our client has been operating in the
employee benefits arena for 30 years, they see great opportunity in the changing benefits landscape. They see
wellness and productivity as key drivers of the new employee benefits model and they need an intelligent
producer‐leader to take their practice to the next level.

If you have the same vision as our client, this could be the challenge you’ve been looking for. Our client wants to
regain a leadership position in the CT marketplace and they need a talented individual to take charge of this
initiative.

You will immediately become part of senior management and assist in the strategic planning for 2012 and
beyond. In addition, you will be taking over a sizable established book of business with a focus on self‐funded
and CDHPs. Your support team will be second to none allowing you 50% of your time to focus on new business.
Our client has outstanding relationships with all carriers representing group life, health, dental, disability and
voluntary products. In addition, they have strong internal and external human resource consulting capabilities.
The qualified candidate for this position will have 5‐10 years of agency/brokerage based sales experience. This is
not an Account Executive position. You will be leading a strategic sales initiative and building new relationships
will be your primary focus.

POSITION FUNCTION
The successful candidate will be responsible for the production of new Employee Benefits business, as well as
retention of existing business, meeting sales goals and developing a book of business.

PRIMARY ROLE:
To execute claim strategies and monitor/produce quality operational results; ensure successful product delivery; assist in sales/marketing and the underwriting process; provide leadership, training and development of staff. The position’s success will be determined by maintaining a fully developed loss ratio of 40% or better.

REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Production of New Business:
  •  Designing and implementing campaigns.
  •  Hitting/Exceeding sales targets.
  •  Prospecting in all its forms.
  •  Building Centers of Influence.
2. Thought Leadership:
  • Internal and External.
  • Speaking and or writing articles/blog/newsletter.
3. Service Existing Book of business:
  • Maintain and grow current relationships.
  • Assist in cross selling to PC side of house.
  • Work with Account Managers and Dept. Head to implement service calendar.
  • Meet with and help maintain carrier relationships.
4. Strategic Thinking:
  • Create and implement a vision for our Employee Benefits division.
  • Put us on the bleeding edge.
  • Develop strategic relationships with any partners that are part of our solution.
  • Work with partners to develop proprietary products/services.
Compensation: Total first year compensation (base plus new business) should be between $90,000 and
$150,000. Outstanding benefits and 401k.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

The individual must have a broad knowledge of insurance products and the insurance marketplace, as well as
having/developing technical expertise.

The successful candidate will be fully licensed for life and health. Additional insurance designations, such as
CEBS (Certified Employee Benefit Specialist), are a plus. Experience in self‐funding and fringe benefits is
mandatory. Working knowledge of the New England region is preferred. Target markets are all industries with
focus on the 100 – 1000 life cases.

For immediate consideration: Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference Job Code
Number 007.


Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies and broker firms throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com

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Position Description

Title: Assistant Vice President of Claims
Base Salary: $90,000 - $135,000 Plus Bonus and Benefits
Location: Western Pennsylvania
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Relocation Package: Negotiable

BACKGROUND
Our client is a dynamic, mono‐line worker’s compensation insurer domiciled in Pennsylvania, with a business philosophy that revolves around “doing the right thing” by their clients. As a result, their reputation for providing expertise in numerous insurance areas; being fully engaged with their clients and working to insure that their products and services are second‐to‐none, puts our client in the hiring mode for experienced insurance professionals. Our client has grown by over 300 percent in the last four years and looks forward to additional growth and new opportunities. Our client is looking for a dynamic, motivated and bright individual to oversee and grow its Claims Department.

In addition to a competitive base salary range and a comprehensive benefits package, a generous bonus, based on performance, is included. Our client headquarters is located in a pleasant, family‐oriented environment. With good schools, low crime, a premier health‐care system, and a short one hour drive to Pittsburgh, the location could not be better. Enjoy all that Pittsburgh has to offer without the big city hassles, traffic, congestion and high cost of living.

PRIMARY ROLE:
To execute claim strategies and monitor/produce quality operational results; ensure successful product delivery; assist in sales/marketing and the underwriting process; provide leadership, training and development of staff. The position’s success will be determined by maintaining a fully developed loss ratio of 40% or better.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Must have a minimum of three to five years of hands‐on management experience.
  • 10 years related work experience in Pennsylvania Worker’s Compensation Insurance.
  • Ability to interpret information from multiple sources and draw logical conclusions.
  • Ability to think strategically and use data findings to consult other for improved business results.
  • Must possess strong leadership skills with the ability to keep the team focused.
  • Leadership abilities are a natural strength.
  • A college degree is required.
  • Ability to motivate and mentor Claims personnel with a vision to grow the organization to the next level.
  • Strong TEAM and goal orientation is a must.
  • Excellent verbal, written and computer skills will be assumed.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and perform under pressure and meet timelines.
DUTIES:

The successful candidate, as Assistant Vice President of Claims, will be responsible for:
  • Developing claim strategies, ensuring consistent and successful execution of claim initiatives.
  • Identifying business and legal trends, as well as develops and executes strategic plans to address trends; research State statutes to determine growth opportunities.
  • Provide training to customers regarding company abilities and requirements.
  • Provide consultation to clients based on analysis of data.
  • Support claims teams in developing and coordinating claims strategies and the integration of other departments and outside vendors.
  • Audit a minimum of 3 files per Adjuster on a monthly basis for quality, compliance and results.
  • Monitor all litigated files and files exceeding $10,000.
  • Report audit findings to the Chief Operating Officer.
  • Monitor quality, compliance and results of claim policies and procedures.
  • Facilitate a team environment where all functions (claims, marketing, underwriting, and loss control) work together to continually improve the results and level of performance within their own functions throughout the company.
Our client offers an excellent work environment, a “Wellness Program,” a full range of benefits, including medical, 401K, and vacation.

For Immediate Consideration:
Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference job code Steelers #002.

Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies and broker firms throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com

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Position Description

Title: Commercial Lines Manager
Compensation: $85,000 - $150,000 plus Bonus and Benefits
Location: Miami, Florida
Reports to: Senior Vice President

BACKGROUND
Our client has built a reputation based on traditional values, responsiveness, dependability and quality, and is currently looking for a top-notch Commercial Lines Manager. With history of financial growth and stability over the decades and with offices throughout the United States (and with affiliations worldwide), this client offers versatility with purchasing power to provide innovative solutions for today’s difficult [challenging] insurance market.

Serving the Florida marketplace since 1986, this client has a professional staff of over 50 caring and proven professionals serving over 5000 clients nationwide. As an independent agent, this client does not work for one single insurance company, but represents a carefully selected group of financially sound, reputable insurance companies.

An excellent compensation, bonus and benefits package is available, as well as the opportunity to work with dedicated professionals in a growing organization. To be considered, you will need Florida coastal experience.

PRIMARY ROLE
The successful candidate will manage the Commercial Lines Account Managers and support staff, providing service to assigned clients in accordance with agency guidelines and coordinating marketing that is completed by Account Managers. The successful candidate will also have "key account" responsibilities but will not have a production quota or goal. The candidate should understand "E&O" and Finance.

The candidate will have intimate knowledge of commercial insurance; experience with carriers, strong supervisor skills (five to ten years of supervisory experience), along with solid communication skills. The successful candidate most likely will work and reside in south Florida. This position requires: a broad understanding of insurance contracts and program structure, extensive market familiarity, systems and process experience, as well as management and leadership skills. Candidates should be high energy, self-directed and possess a winning attitude.

DUTIES/QUALIFICATIONS
  • Must have working knowledge of Florida’s commercial property issues.
  • CIC preferred, but not required.
  • Applied experience is a major plus.
  • Must be impartial, fair and consistent in his/her decision making capabilities.
  • Minimum five to ten years supervisory experience.
  • The ability to lead, train and help develop our client’s professional staff.
  • Participate in interviewing and training new employees.
  • Work with Senior Vice President in administering salary program and performance management for employees.
  • Establish and monitor an even workload distribution within the Commercial Lines unit.
  • Conduct quality reviews and provide feedback or training to address deficiencies.
  • Develop and implement standard procedures.
  • Promote open communication and good morale.
  • Monitor agency underwriting and procedure guidelines.
  • Work with Marketing Manager to monitor renewals and retain accounts.
  • Participate in/direct any special projects at management's request.
For immediate consideration: Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference Job Code FL013.

People, LLC, is a retained executive search firm specializing in the insurance industry. Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies, brokers and carriers throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit http://www.theipeople.com

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Position Description

Title: Chief Operating Officer
Base Salary: $100,000 - $175,000 Plus Bonus and Opportunity for Company Ownership
Location: Western Pennsylvania
Reports to: President
Relocation Package: Negotiable

BACKGROUND
Our client, founded over 150 years ago, is now one of the most respected agencies in the region. The cornerstone of our client’s business philosophy remains to simply conduct business by the “Golden Rule.” As a result, client relationships are valued and agents act in the best interest of the client. Our client is a full-service agency that provides coverage for all lines of insurance, and is one of the fast growing commercial insurance agencies in the region.

Our client is looking for a dynamic individual to oversee and grow its Property & Casualty business as its Chief Operating Officer.

In addition to a competitive base salary range and full benefits package, the successful candidate will be generously rewarded with the opportunity for Company ownership based in attaining growth incentives.

Our client headquarters is located in a pleasant, family-oriented environment. With good schools, low crime, a premier health-care system, and a short distance from Pittsburgh, the location could not be better. Our client’s provides a cosmopolitan atmosphere without the big city hassle, great scenery and a reasonable cost of living.

PRIMARY ROLE:
Ultimate accountability for planning, leading, organizing, and directing the firm's success. Responsible for achieving growth and profit objectives, high productivity, and strategic objectives. Monitor financial performance and take action to assure achievement of results.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Must have four to seven years experience successfully growing a Property / Casualty insurance agency.
  • Working and current knowledge of the Pennsylvania and Ohio insurance environment.
  • Must have demonstrated skills in managing aggressive sales goals and proven track record.
  • Must possess strong leadership skills with the ability to focus the team to a forward focused vision.
  • Leadership abilities are a natural strength.
  • College Degree required, MBA desired.
  • CIC or CPCU desired.
  • Knowledge of Applied (TAM) agency automation system.
  • Ability to motivate and mentor sales personnel and department managers.
  • Experience to oversee both operational and sales goals.
DUTIES:
  • The successful candidate, as Chief Operating Office, will be responsible for:
  • Meeting aggressive sales goals.
  • Directing the organizational operations, (including Personal Lines, Commercial Lines, Group/Independent Health and Physician Services).
  • Leading department heads and providing accountability for sales goals.
  • Defining and implementing plans to achieve corporate objectives.
  • Monitor the agency's financial condition and maintain desirable financial ratios and collection practices.
  • Work with key employees to establish business policies and set future direction of the firm. Obtain input and capitalize on talents or skills of agency employees.
  • Implement and manage the business plan and annual budget process. Conduct planning and budgeting meetings to follow-up on progress, set new goals, identify additional resources, keep plan on target.
  • Lead the firm in identifying and searching for new sources of revenue, acquisitions, joint ventures, referral programs, and other sources.
Our client offers an excellent work environment, a “Wellness Program,” a full range of benefits, including medical, 401K, and vacation.

For Immediate Consideration:
Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference job code Steelers #001.

Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies and broker firms throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com.

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Position Description

Title: Wellness Coordinator
Base Salary: $95,000 - $130,000 plus Benefits
Location: Boston, MA Area
Reports to: Senior Vice President – Employee Benefits Division
Relocation Package: Negotiable

BACKGROUND
Our client, with over 100 years of history, is today one of New England’s largest privately owned, independent insurance agencies. With over 130 employees and growing, our client is highly respected both in the insurance industry and their community where they are active participants. Our client’s dedication to the insurance needs of their clients and the structuring of their operation to provide effective service has contributed to their long-lasting client relationships and continues to assure them of growth and success. Their team concept in managing accounts provides their clients with the highest level of service. Our client serves a wide variety of accounts, ranging from neighborhood businesses to diversified multinational corporations, banks, real estate, retailing organizations, educational institutions and non-profits.

Our client is looking for an experienced workplace Wellness Coordinator to join their expanding Employee Benefits Division.

In addition to a competitive salary and a professional work environment, the successful candidate will receive a generous benefits package, including, medical and dental insurance, 401K, ESOP participation and vacation.

Our client’s headquarters is located a short 30 minute drive from Boston, Massachusetts. You will find a family-oriented environment waiting for you. With good schools, plenty of restaurants, and a short drive to one of the American’s most attractive cities, the location is perfect for anyone who enjoys the benefits of big city living without having to live in a big city environment.

PRIMARY ROLE
Manage and deliver a broad range of wellness programs to agency clients. Develop and implement components of programs including classes, seminars, and activities with a focus on health, wellness and fitness.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner or experienced Wellness Coordinator.
  • Experience in a large company or organization.
  • Strong communication skills (written and oral).
  • Able to empathize, listen and provide insightful and thoughtful recommendations to clients.
  • Presentation skills, project management and organizational skills and ability to multi-task.
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS WHICH ARE A PLUS:
  • An advanced degree in Exercise Physiology/Kinesiology, Health Education, Nutrition or a related field.
  • Current certification in one of the following: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), or American Council of Exercise (ACE).
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.
  • A minimum of five years of work experience in health promotion program management is required.
DUTIES:
  • Develop the Wellness Operating Plan customized to agency’s clients’ requirements.
  • Coordinate all program activities within the wellness calendar.
  • Manage delivery of off-site programming.
  • Create and maintain programs based on specific and unique requirements of the client base.
  • Collect and analyze performance on the various programs and report results to clients.
  • Coordinate all wellness related communications (including e-mail, fliers, web, etc.)
  • Develop and manage client relationships.
  • Participate in any Benefits/Health Fairs.
  • Participate in Wellness committee and provide guidance for future Wellness programs to the Employee Benefit’s Senior Vice President.
  • Interact with health carriers to best utilize the resources available to agency clients.
Our client offers an excellent work environment, and a full range of benefits.

For Immediate Consideration:
Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference Job Code: Ted #9.

Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies, brokers and insurance carriers throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com.

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POSITION DESCRIPTION

Title: Senior Commercial Lines Producer
Department: Commercial Lines
Reports To: President
Compensation: $100,000 - $140,000 with commission splits and benefits.
Location: Montgomery County, Maryland
Relocation Package: Negotiable
Telecommuting: Yes…after six months onsite.

BACKGROUND
Our client is a privately held, independent insurance agency located in the Washington, DC area focusing on the Middle Market. With a history that spans over 40 years, they have grown to become one of the largest and most sophisticated insurance agencies in the mid-Atlantic area. Our client’s culture of professionalism, integrity, and innovation is what set them apart.

Our client offers employee benefits, property and casualty insurance, and retirement products to businesses in the United States, concentrating in the Mid-Atlantic region. Their wide range of insurance products allows them to provide the premier client experience and a single source solution. Our client’s goal is to achieve long-term relationships focused on bringing value to their clients’ insurance, risk management, employee benefit, and retirement plans. Our client takes the time to design customized programs that meet the needs of each one of their unique customers. In this rapidly changing world, our client offers creative solutions that will protect their clients locally, nationally and internationally.

Our client is located in Montgomery County, MD – a county that’s a great place to live, work, raise a family, and grow a business. Montgomery County has a first-class public school system and Montgomery College – one of the best community colleges in America. You’ll also enjoy their many and varied parks and recreational programs, including their libraries, consistently rated among America’s top ten. The county boasts numerous shops, restaurants and activities as well as providing close proximity to Washington, D.C.

Our client is located in one of the newest office centers in Montgomery County. With their A-class office space, professional yet personable work environment, our client is offering a terrific opportunity to the appropriate insurance professional.

PRIMARY ROLE:
Sell new business to ensure continued profitable growth to middle-markets sector. Prospect for new clients, sell additional coverages to existing clients, and retain existing accounts.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD:
Meet personal objectives for production of new business. Work with service staff to provide excellent service, retention and retain risks. The successful candidate will have the support of an Account Executive, Business Development Manager and telemarketing support to insure your exceptional success.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • At least three to five years of senior level Commercial Lines sales experience.
  • Experience in “large property risk” or “social services (non-profits)/government is strongly preferred.
  • Strong knowledge of P&C middle-market segment.
  • Proven ability to generate new business.
  • Must be impartial, fair and consistent in your decision making capabilities.
  • Promote open communication and good morale.
  • Monitor agency underwriting and procedure guidelines.
  • Work with Marketing Manager to monitor renewals and retain accounts.
  • Participate in/direct any special projects at management's request.
  • CPCU/CIC or other insurance designation is preferred.
  • Be dynamic, driven and have exceptional sales skills.
DUTIES:
  • Maintain prospect list of clients for agency's targeted business.
  • Contact prospects, schedule appointments, make sales presentations and “close the deal.”
  • Accurately and thoroughly complete survey and application forms and follow up to obtain missing information.
  • Arrange payment terms for all accounts in accordance with agency credit and collections policy.
  • Cooperate in gathering information on renewals. Deliver renewals and/or binders following agency guidelines.
  • Balance production to achieve desired mix of business. Promote products of carriers that the firm has identified as important.
  • Keep abreast of trends and techniques, and use agency selling aids to maintain a competitive status for the agency within the industry.
  • Attend sales seminars, company sales meetings, or educational activities needed to improve sales techniques and stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the marketplace.
  • Participate in any special projects at management's request.
For immediate consideration: Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference Job Code MD013.

People, LLC, is a retained executive search firm specializing in the insurance industry. Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies, brokers and carriers throughout the United States. Please visit http://www.theipeople.com.

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Position Description

Title: Vice President, Compliance
Base Salary: $90,000 - $150,000 plus Benefits
Location: Boston, MA Area
Reports to: Senior Vice President – Employee Benefits Division
Relocation Package: Negotiable

BACKGROUND
Our client, with over 100 years of history, is today one of New England’s largest privately owned, independent insurance agencies. With over 130 employees and growing, our client is highly respected both in the insurance industry and their community where they are active participants. Our client’s dedication to the insurance needs of their clients and the structuring of their operation to provide effective service has contributed to their long-lasting client relationships and continues to assure them of growth and success. Their team concept in managing accounts provides their clients with the highest level of service. Our client serves a wide variety of accounts, ranging from neighborhood businesses to diversified multinational corporations, banks, real estate, retailing organizations, educational institutions and non-profits.

Our client is looking for an experienced compliance expert to join their expanding Employee Benefits Division.

In addition to a competitive salary and a professional work environment, the successful candidate will receive a generous benefits package, including, medical and dental insurance, 401K, ESOP participation and vacation.

Our client’s headquarters is located a short 30 minute drive from Boston, Massachusetts. You will find a family-oriented environment waiting for you. With good schools, plenty of restaurants, and a short drive to one of the American’s most attractive cities, the location is perfect for anyone who enjoys the benefits of big city living without having to live in a big city environment.

PRIMARY ROLE
  • Effectively manage the compliance function of the Employee Benefits Division.
  • Establish effective working relationships with clients and carriers.
  • Provide consistent leadership and expertise to an organization filled with experienced, professional employees.
  • Maintain current compliance knowledge and communicate it effectively to clients and agency employees.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Currently working as a Compliance Manager for a medium to large organization.
  • Five-to-ten years experience in a “hands-on” compliance role.
  • Knowledge should be applicable to Human Resources.
  • Working knowledge of The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), including the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Leadership ability.
  • Team player and effective communicator.
  • Ability to explain complex issues to clients in a down-to-earth fashion.
  • Able to empathize, listen and provide insightful and thoughtful recommendations to clients.
  • Ability to handle stress while also meeting expectations.
  • College degree with applicable designation(s).
DUTIES:
The successful candidate will:
  • Design and maintain Compliance Handbook for clients.
  • Meet with clients and prospects to review services and areas of expertise.
  • Spearhead communication of employer responsibilities resulting from Healthcare Reform both nationally and statewide.
  • Facilitate the preparation of annual 5500 filings for clients.
  • Be able to communicate effectively with clients to insure they are in compliance with all benefits related mandates and laws.
  • Identify areas of non-compliance and recommend appropriate course of action.
  • Work with other members of the Benefits Department to assure department goals are met.
  • Assist the Benefits Department in identifying and searching for new sources of revenue, including new programs, and other sources.
  • Must be able to fit into a company that promotes team work, fair play and success for both the organization and their clients in all aspects of their culture.
Our client offers an excellent work environment, and a full range of benefits.

For Immediate Consideration:
Please reply in confidence to: info@theipeople.com and reference Job Code #Fenway01.

Based in Washington, DC, People provides retained executive search services to independent agencies, brokers and insurance carriers throughout the United States. For additional information, please visit www.theipeople.com.

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