Nationwide Processor - CL (Processor, Commercial Lines) in Des Moines, Iowa
If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk.
Number 54 on the Fortune Magazine 100 Best Places to Work.
JOB SUMMARY: Processes basic new business, changes and renewals for assigned commercial and/or specialty line products specific to limited lines of business. May rate new business. Reviews and corrects validity errors.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to Supervisor/Manager.
CORE JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reviews and processes assigned commercial and/or specialty lines risks for accounts in accordance with established procedures and Best Practices.
Performs necessary rating and coding for quotes, new business, renewals, and policy changes, reinstatements, rejections, cancellations and audit changes.Reviews submitted materials for completeness and accuracy and may follow up with agent or underwriter for missing/inaccurate information.
Maintains working knowledge of state-specific processing procedures and processing systems, pricing guidelines and eligibility and team concepts.
Utilizes available resources needed to determine appropriate premium calculations and policy master file revisions.
Maintains a consistent quality and quantity of work at prescribed standards.Identifies and prioritizes own work according to prescribed standards.Reviews and corrects validity errors for assigned production.
Recognizes premium refund situations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Education: High school diploma; prefer some post-high school rated coursework.
Experience: One year of related work experience, preferably in a service orientated or processing support function.
Knowledge: General knowledge of insurance policies and practices.
Skills/Competencies: Strong skills in typing, computer navigation, time management, attention to detail, reading comprehension.
Values: Regularly and consistently demonstrates the Nationwide Values and Guiding Behaviors.
Staffing Exceptions to the above Minimum Job Requirements must be approved by the: hiring manager’s leader and HRBP.
Overtime Eligibility: Eligible (Non Exempt).
Working Conditions: Normal office environment. Extended hours sitting/keying at PC. Ability to work overtime as flexible hours as needed.
ADA: The above statements cover what are generally believed to be principal and essential functions of this job. Specific circumstances may allow or require some people assigned to the job to perform a somewhat different combination of duties.
Job Evaluation Activity:03/2016 BS.
Additional Job Description
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Insurance Processor, Commercial Lines (Processing Team)
Nationwide is a leader in the insurance and financial services industry in America. We are a Fortune 69 company with a mission to keep our members, their loved ones, and their belongings protected.
We commit to every employee and community we serve by emphasizing associate development and charitable partnerships. That’s how we win Gallup’s Great Workplace Award year after year and why we’re ranked #54 among Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For.
We are growing our Processor team in Des Moines, IA where we do the legwork of analyzing member insurance policies and provide quality control for our Customer Service Associates!
We have fun here working together as a team while also valuing individual contributions. Engagement and initiative are the keys to ensuring customer satisfaction – correct product placement the first time, every time.
The main goal of this team is to deliver quality, efficiency, and accuracy to exceed our members' expectations.
Reporting Relationships: You report to the Processor Leader; you have no direct reports.
So, you think you’ve got what it takes to make the cut? Commercial Lines Processors are:
Jugglers (i.e. multi-task effectively)
Task driven and detail oriented with strong data-entry skills
Go-getters committed to making sure the member has a resource to lean on when they need it most
Resilient; up for the challenges of change
Out-of-the-box solution finders; resourceful
Dedicated to creating effortless customer experiences
Excited about working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
Enthusiastic about helping others, including team members
Interested in a career, not just a job!
You should also have:
A high school diploma – and preferably some college coursework
One year of related work experience in a service-oriented position
General knowledge of insurance policies and practices, preferably commercial processing or services support
A typical day in the life of a Commercial Lines Processor:
Reviewing and analyzing commercial, farm, and/or specialty lines risks against established procedures and best practices Performing rating/coding for quotes, new business, renewals, and policy changes Ensuring submitted document compliance and accuracy by communicating with agents, underwriting, and applicants Maintaining knowledge of state-specific processing procedures, systems, pricing guidelines, eligibility, and team concepts Referencing coding manuals for appropriate premium calculations and policy master file revisions Correcting errors or recognizing premium refund instances Checking production reports for accuracy Jumping in to complete other tasks as needed
Compensation & Benefits
You receive a starting salary of $32,885 (about $16.32/hr) with opportunities to increase salary based on performance. Other benefits include:
Enjoying time with your family/pets/yourself with up to 18 days of paid time off and 9–10 paid holidays per year
No nights or weekend work
A 401k match and company-funded pension plan
Medical, dental, and vision insurance (part of our Wellness Program)
Up to $5250 in tuition reimbursement per year after your first year
Flexible scheduling opportunities
Excellent opportunities for growth and promotion
Network of diverse employee resource groups
Special discounts through Abenity along with a variety of other corporate discounts
On-site cafeteria, nurse, gym, and even Zumba/Yoga Classes!
Training & Work Schedule
Your career at Nationwide begins on August 27th with a 7 to 8-week award-winning training program that is designed to set you up for success and confidence in your new role. Your training schedule will be Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. followed by a regular work schedule, which will be Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
A fun office environment where extended hours of sitting and typing at your PC, complete with dual monitors, are the norm. Occasional deadlines and member needs may warrant schedule flexibility and overtime. On the odd occasion, you may have to lift something more than 20 pounds.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Nationwide embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
Smoke-Free Iowa Statement: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, its affiliates and subsidiaries comply with the Iowa Smokefree Air Act. Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed areas on or around company premises as well as company issued vehicles. The company offers designated smoking areas in which smoking is permitted at each individual location. The Act prohibits retaliation for reporting complaints or violations. For more information on the Iowa Smokefree Air Act, individuals may contact the Smokefree Air Act Helpline at 888-944-2247.
Job ID: 51138