ICA Jobs: Our Member Job Bank

An important part of our mission to connect and empower our members is to provide them with robust career building and networking opportunities. To that end, we offer a comprehensive, updated job bank that lists open positions in other member organizations.

As equal opportunity employers who greatly value diversity and an environment built on respect and inclusivity, our members are dedicated to providing fulfilling career paths, competitive salaries and benefits packages, and ongoing opportunities for growth and advancement.

How to Post a Position

Posting is easy. If you’d like to post an open job position in the ICA Job Bank, please email it to Sibel Clifford, Director of Membership and Operations, at sclifford@claim.org. As a member, your posts are free and will remain on the site for 60 days.

Non-members can also post ICA jobs! There is a $250 fee to post for 60 days. Beyond job postings, there are many reasons to join the ICA, among them access to research and white papers/reports, exclusive educational opportunities and a chance to collaborate with other member organizations to share best practices and other ideas.

Open Positions

Claims Analyst (Analyst I), Optimum Re Insurance Co

(posted on February 1, 2023)

Main Areas of Responsibility:

• Perform various duties relating to life, accidental death, waiver of premium, and critical illness claims including (1) setting up and reviewing for completeness and accuracy, (2) verifying consistency with policy contract and treaty provisions, and (3) approving payment or denial
• Adjudicate most basic claims, including smaller contestable claims
• Answer most claims related questions from clients
• Create and maintain monthly and quarterly reports for our retrocessionaire partners
• Communicate with ceding company and internal clients as needed
• Train and support clerical staff as needed
• Other duties as assigned by management

To learn more and apply, click here.

Associate Counsel, Western and Southern Financial Group

posted: December  16, 2022

Summary of Responsibilities:
Provides legal services on complex matters and/or on matters involving low- to medium-sized dollar amounts with moderate direct supervision. Reports to Assistant General Counsel.

Qualifications
•Demonstrated experience in a corporate legal or compliance department and/or law firm, working with senior leaders or partners and also independently with clients on complex matters.
•General knowledge of, and familiarity with, financial services businesses.
•Experience handling insurance and/or annuity related matters is preferred, but not required.
•Proven leadership abilities and excellent communication/interpersonal skills.
•Proven strong analytical skills, including demonstrated experience identifying, defining and resolving complex problems, and collecting, quantifying or interpreting data to establish facts, draw valid conclusions and provide creative resolutions. Must be able to cite examples of sound judgment, initiative and good decision-making skills when dealing with multiple alternatives. Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and use new methodologies. Proven experience in working with complex data and analyzing the quality of the output provided.
•Demonstrated strong contract drafting, and verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to convey information, verbally and in writing, to internal and external customers in a clear, accurate, focused and concise manner. Proven ability to effectively interact and communicate with all levels of staff and management. Demonstrated ability to document procedures and activities in a manner that is understandable to others and prepared using a prescribed format. Verbal and written communications are to conform to proper rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style.
•Proven ability to work under pressure, prioritize and manage multiple tasks; meeting deadlines is imperative. Must cite examples of developing, organizing, initiating and maintaining a project and successfully accomplishing set goals.
•Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships with executive leadership and to influence others beyond direct control, both inside and outside the Company.
•Demonstrated ability to collaborate with other attorneys and colleagues in the organization on legal and regulatory matters, cases and/or issues.

To learn more and apply, click here.

Senior Counsel – Life Insurance & Annuity , Western & Southern Financial Group

Posted on December 16, 2022

Summary of Responsibilities:

Provides legal advice and counsel on insurance and annuity matters to all Western & Southern Financial Group business and shared service units. Provides legal advice on both a preventive basis and after issues have arisen. Manages insurance and annuity litigation and disputes directly and/or through outside counsel. Works with minimal supervision and escalates to Law and business unit management as appropriate.

Responsibilities
• Advises business and shared service units on legal matters relating to insurance and annuity administration, underwriting, policy service. and insurance claims.Offers expertise and advice on complex legal issues related to life insurance, annuities and structured settlements.
• Leads the drafting effort for new or updated insurance policies (e.g., whole, universal, group), annuity contracts (e.g., immediate, fixed, fixed indexed) and/or riders and endorsements, working closely and collaboratively with Product Management, Actuarial, Operations and other affected areas.
• Provides policy/contract drafting, administrative support and time-sensitive legal counsel to Institutional Markets (e.g., Pension Risk Transfer (PRT), Bank-Owned Life Insurance (BOLI), Worksite initiatives, and/or 401(k) Platforms).
• Collaborates with the Compliance Department in responding to:
• Market conduct examinations conducted by state insurance departments.
• Customer complaints submitted directly to the company or through state insurance departments.
• Requests and inquiries from various regulatory or court authorities.
• Manages and handles routine litigation matters and other projects, including claims disputes and interpleaders, with little direction or supervision. Effectively and efficiently manages outside counsel on substantive issues, as well as on budget.
• Provides legal counsel in connection with the negotiation and drafting of reinsurance treaties, amendments and related agreements; provides legal counsel to reinsurance actuaries and Claims Department with respect to treaty interpretation, application and claims settlements; and coordinates with reinsurers/reinsurance actuaries and E&O/D&O insurers on disputed claims.
• Drafts, negotiates and finalizes complex legal contracts and documents autonomously.
• Undertakes complex research assignments from General Counsel and/or Deputy, Associate or Assistant General Counsels.
• Assists other attorneys as needed with litigation matters and other projects they are overseeing.
• Provides regular training on various legal topics of interest to company associates in operations, underwriting, claims, and other administration and servicing areas.
• Trains and/or develops staff. Provides direction to and development of associates through daily coaching.
• Performs other duties as assigned by management.

To learn more and apply, click here.