This week's top insurance jobs - April 15, 2019

This week's top insurance jobs - April 15, 2019 | Insurance Business America

This week's top insurance jobs - April 15, 2019

Each week, Insurance Business America shares top job opportunities from across America. Click here for a full round-up of the latest insurance jobs available in the US.

For this week:

Assurance Services Manager – Financial/Insurance, EY
If you have deep insurance industry experience, why not put it to use as part of a major assurance services firm? EY is looking for professionals to fill in its assurance service manager roles in Des Moines, Cincinnati, and Minneapolis. As an assurance service manager, you will approach EY’s major clients in the areas – primarily insurers – to provide them with business advice. You can apply here.

Assurance Services Senior – Financial/Insurance, EY
EY is also looking to hire senior members for its assurance services teams in Cleveland, Des Moines, and Minneapolis. Audit senior professionals will be tasked to personally visit high-profile clients (typically insurers) to understand their unique needs. You can apply here.

Senior Project Director/Agile Coach – Bond & Specialty Insurance, Travelers
Travelers has two openings for a senior project director role. Directors will work to improve the effectiveness of projects by coaching teams and other business staff in lean-agile and project management. You can apply here for the Saint Paul, MN opening, or here for the Hartford, CT one.

Senior Referral Underwriter – Excess Casualty/National Insurance, Liberty Mutual
Advance your underwriting career with Liberty Mutual. In this role, you will interact with field underwriters on all mandatory referrals and voluntary consultation items. You will also develop and facilitate underwriter training. You can apply here for the San Francisco-based role.

Insurance Agent, Country Financial
Serving the financial security needs of customers – if this appeals to you, then Country Financial’s job opening should be perfect for you. Agents will enjoy a “competitive” compensation plan that makes them eligible for commissions, incentives, rewards, and even trips – on top of their salary. Note that applicants will first need a license to sell P&C as well as life & health insurance. You can apply here.