Sponsorship is not available for this position. ASI generally does not sponsor foreign national candidates for work authorization except for positions that in our determination require highly specialized knowledge and for which candidate sponsorship is appropriate.
Note to current employees: Ensure you coordinate with your team lead prior to applying for this position. We may use additional sources for validating qualifications, (e.g., performance evals, leader input).
American Strategic Insurance is a leading writer of Property and Casualty products. ASI offers Personal Lines Property products in over 40 states, and is currently in the process of expanding nationally.
ASI is ranked a top employer in Florida, and in Tampa Bay, for many years. ASI is an independently-managed insurance company that is a member of the Progressive group of companies.
Prior to accepting a position at ASI, candidates must consent to pre-employment background check. Any offer of employment extended is contingent upon the results of the background check.
St. Petersburg, FL
Property and Casualty
Responsible for producing rate level indications, pricing recommendations, and managing pricing-related rate revision activities and filings for multiple states in the assigned region. Provides consultative advice to business area relative to pricing strategy. Represents the company in dealings with the Department of Insurance (in Special Lines only; in Auto, this responsibility lies with the Product Manager)
Directly manages a staff of 8-12 pricing analysts, supervisors or associate managers including employment decisions, performance management, compensation and reward planning, and employee development.
Essential Job Functions
Listed below are representative of those required on the job. Incumbents may perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
Reviews rate indications and rate revision results; Works with Product Managers and recommends overall rate actions
Manages the rate revision process, inclusive of:
Reviews process of updating product offerings
Reviews impact of rating changes
Maintains communication with programming resources to ensure rating logic accuracy
Reviews rate filings
Decides/recommends on content and presentation of filing exhibits and responses to Department of Insurance questions
Advances the science of pricing; Reviews and recommends improvements for pricing methodologies and processes
Reviews pricing segmentation; reviews rate order of calculation and rating factors
Works with Research and Design, reviewing data and recommending state-specific adjustments
Reviews key measures, raises issues as appropriate, oversees preparation of regular reporting
Ensures compliance standards are met (pricing process best practices are followed and documented properly)
Works with IT groups to ensure programming logic is accurate for new product and system enhancements (Presto/Prevu)
Recruits, trains, mentors and develops pricing analysts/supervisors/associate managers
Evening/night hours may be required
Extra hours may be required during business peaks or to meet seasonal deadlines
Weekend hours may be required
Listed below are the requirements needed to be proficient in the job.
Proven management/leadership skills
Extensive knowledge of pricing systems
Excellent communications skills, verbal and written, as well as listening
Ability to use formal and informal networks to accomplish goals
Education and/or Experience
Listed below are the minimum requirements for job entry.
Bachelor's degree in Economics, Mathematics/Actuarial Science or related field of study (e.g., Statistics)
Minimum of 5 years property casualty insurance experience.
Minimum of 8 years related professional experience (e.g., analytical work in a professional setting)
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions
The physical requirements and working conditions listed below are representative of those required on the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
Typical office environment requiring the use of typical office equipment (e.g., computers, phones, etc.). Computer keyboarding, computer monitor and mouse use including reaching forward, grasping, finger and wrist manipulation, and neck bending and turning; near vision is necessary for computer monitor use. If working in an Emerging Workspace, or similar working arrangement, lifting of laptop equipment, files and/or personal belongings weighing 10 lbs. or less is required.
May require long periods of sitting
May require prolonged repetitive use of the upper extremities
The ASI Culture and Benefits
The ASI Culture is like no other. While ASI stands for "American Strategic Insurance," we also believe it stands for "Attitude, Speed and Innovation." It is through these principles we plan our day and measure our success. This can be seen through the way our team members interact with each other, the fan letters from our agents and customers, to our success during a time where other companies have struggled.
ASI offers outstanding benefits, health insurance for employees and dependents, dental, vision, up to 6% matching on our 401(k) retirement plan, earned time off, life insurance, and much more!
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