At Intact, insurance is not about things. It’s about people. It’s what we believe, and it shapes everything we do. It’s why we strive to provide a second-to-none experience for our customers and create an inspiring workplace for our employees to thrive in.
As Canada’s largest provider of property and casualty insurance, we’re not only leading our industry, but we’re redefining what it means to work for it. As a recognized top employer, we’re committed to living our values and supporting our dedicated people who bring their best to work each day because they know their work matters.
As a Personal Lines Auditor, working out of our Dartmouth office, you will be responsible for determining risk acceptance, risk improvement and cancellation of underwriting policies within guidelines. You will work independtly to determine if coverage, limits and pricing are in accordance with established company objectives, policies, practices, standards, applicable laws and regulations.
Here are a few ways you'll make a difference:
Perform Personal Lines underwriting audits to ensure compliance with underwriting and rating guidelines, and update audit processes and procedures as required. Audit new business, endorsements, inspections, claims, renewals, umbrellas or cancellations to ensure compliance of company underwriting policies/procedures, applicable laws and regulations.
Complete required staff audit reviews from start to finish including delivery of the report to the staff and Personal Lines Manager.
Provide constructive feedback and recommendations to Underwriters based off of audit findings. In addition, recommendations should be made where appropriate to implement change within the company to assist Underwriters to improve results.
Coach and serve a a technical resource to Personal Lines Managers and Underwriters. May participate in special projects as required.
Complete assigned Focus Audits, including delivery of the report to the Regions with constuctive feedback and recommendations.
Work closely with the Regions/Divisions attending huddles to share identified trends.
University degree or college diploma or a combination of experience and education
Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) deignation highly preferred
A minimum of 5 years of related experience in Personal Lines underwriting
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Must be knowledgeable about Intact's policies and standards regarding underwriting rules and processes
Must be able to present audit findings and make recommendations
Be a team player
Here are a few reasons why others have joined our team:
An award-winning, inspiring workplace that supports it's people and recognizes great work (Canada's Top 100 Employers, Aon Platinum Best Employers, LinkedIn Top Company, Glassdoor Best Place to Work & Top CEO, Indeed Top-Rated Workplaces)
Stimulating, challenging projects and development opportunities to help you grow your skills and career
Flexibility in how and where you work
A comprehensive financial rewards program that recognizes your success
An extensive, flexible benefits package
An industry leading Employee Share Purchase Plan where we match 50% of net shares purchased
A casual 'dress for your day' culture that encourages you to be yourself
A $350 annual wellness account that promotes an active lifestyle
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
At Intact, our values guide everything that we do. We celebrate our differences and appreciate our similarities. That’s why we are committed to building an inclusive and inspiring environment for all employees. If you need a specific accommodation during the recruitment process, please let us know and we will be happy to provide.
As an employer and publicly traded financial services company, the best interests of our customers, employees and shareholders are important to us. We want Intact to be a great place to work! This means that you’ll be asked to consent to background checks so we can learn more about you. Please note that for positions with access to financial data or funds, your credit must be in good standing.
For internal candidates, you can apply for a posted position if you have been in your current position for at least 12 months and are performing at a satisfactory level. Please note we may have identified other internal candidates through our Employee Development Program, and that the selection process may also be opened to external applicants.
It’s important that you are legally eligible to work in Canada at the time an offer of employment is made. You may be requested to provide proof of eligibility at that time.
This posting closes on December 9th, 2019.