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This is a Hybrid position and to be considered, you are required to reside within 50 miles radius of Liberty Mutual’s Plano, TX office   Starting dates will be in March 2024! Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Are you looking for a position that allows you to do meaningful and innovative work in a culture of continuous improvement? Do you want a career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Inside Property Fast Path Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment. This position is open due to internal mobility. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory. In this role, you will: - Investigate and determine coverage of loss and adjusts all elements of routine Property Loss claims. - Write appraisals for dwelling repairs of routine claims based on information collected from customers and contractors and issues payment to policyholders where possible. May work with a Liberty network contractor in the appraisal process. - Explain coverage of loss, assists policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - Identify suspicious losses. Recommend referral to the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) where appropriate and may assist the SIU in their investigation and disposition of the claim. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.  
ID
2023-62066
Minimum Salary
USD $49,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $73,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$53,900 - $65,900
This is a Hybrid position and to be considered, you are required to reside within 50 miles radius of Liberty Mutual’s Indianapolis, IN office   Starting dates will be in March 2024! Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Are you looking for a position that allows you to do meaningful and innovative work in a culture of continuous improvement? Do you want a career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Inside Property Fast Path Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment. This position is open due to internal mobility. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory. In this role, you will: - Investigate and determine coverage of loss and adjusts all elements of routine Property Loss claims. - Write appraisals for dwelling repairs of routine claims based on information collected from customers and contractors and issues payment to policyholders where possible. May work with a Liberty network contractor in the appraisal process. - Explain coverage of loss, assists policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - Identify suspicious losses. Recommend referral to the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) where appropriate and may assist the SIU in their investigation and disposition of the claim. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.  
ID
2023-62065
Minimum Salary
USD $49,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $73,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
58,100
This is a Hybrid position and to be considered, you are required to reside within 50 miles radius of Liberty Mutual’s Orlando, FL office   Starting dates will be in March 2024!   Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Are you looking for a position that allows you to do meaningful and innovative work in a culture of continuous improvement? Do you want a career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Inside Property Fast Path Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment. This position is open due to internal mobility. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory. In this role, you will: - Investigate and determine coverage of loss and adjusts all elements of routine Property Loss claims. - Write appraisals for dwelling repairs of routine claims based on information collected from customers and contractors and issues payment to policyholders where possible. May work with a Liberty network contractor in the appraisal process. - Explain coverage of loss, assists policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - Identify suspicious losses. Recommend referral to the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) where appropriate and may assist the SIU in their investigation and disposition of the claim. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.  
ID
2023-62064
Minimum Salary
USD $49,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $73,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$53900 - $65900
This is a Hybrid position and to be considered, you are required to reside within 50 miles radius of Liberty Mutual’s Liberty Lake, WA office   Starting dates will be in March 2024!   Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Are you looking for a position that allows you to do meaningful and innovative work in a culture of continuous improvement? Do you want a career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Inside Property Fast Path Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment. This position is open due to internal mobility. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory. In this role, you will: - Investigate and determine coverage of loss and adjusts all elements of routine Property Loss claims. - Write appraisals for dwelling repairs of routine claims based on information collected from customers and contractors and issues payment to policyholders where possible. May work with a Liberty network contractor in the appraisal process. - Explain coverage of loss, assists policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - Identify suspicious losses. Recommend referral to the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) where appropriate and may assist the SIU in their investigation and disposition of the claim. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.  
ID
2023-62063
Minimum Salary
USD $49,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $73,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$53,900 - $65,900
The Inside Catastrophe team is responsible for investigating and resolving property claims which cannot be completed in the regional field property groups. As an Inside Catastrophe adjuster, you will be responsible for the investigation, analysis, and partnership with Field Adjusters and/or Independent Adjusters to resolve channeled Property loss claims within assigned authority limits and consistent with policy and legal requirements. You will be responsible for ensuring an exceptional level of service to our customers when they need us the most. To be considered for this position, you are required to reside within 50 miles of Liberty Mutual's Plano, TX or Orlando, FL office.   If you reside within 50 miles of a claims office, you will be required to maintain in office presence as required by the line of business. This is a hybrid desk position, not a field position, meaning you will be required to be in office at least 2 days per month for occasional collaborative meetings. Our in-office strategy continues to evolve and could require more or less time in the office in the future. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory. During training you will be required to be in office 2 days per week until you become more proficient in the role.     Responsibilites: - Under guidance, partner closely with field adjustors and/or independent adjustors to investigate and determine appropriate coverage for Property claims while providing exceptional customer service throughout the life cycle of the claim. - Investigate claim damages and situation using internal and external resources.  Investigation steps include speaking with the insured or other involved parties, requesting and receiving a field investigation report, research on past claim activity, research on external websites for CAT event confirmation. - Determine policy coverage, sets reserves, and determine whether a claim will be approved or denied, including recommendations made by independent and/or field adjustors. Clearly explains coverage to customer and notify insured of coverage or any issues. - Handle supplements and refers others as appropriate. - Work with and may coordinate a number of vendor services, according to the appropriate coverage, such as contractors, experts, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services while ensuring the customer is appropriately communicated to. - Maintain accurate and current claim file documentation throughout the life cycle of claim cases. - Recommends referral to SIU where appropriate and may assist the SIU in their investigation and settling of the claim - Make recommendations to management for settlement amounts outside of authority limits. Close claim files upon completion of final payment. - Participate in suit committees, roundtables, arbitrations, and mediations. - Participate in continuous improvement activities as assigned - Perform other duties as assigned.
ID
2023-62059
Minimum Salary
USD $55,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $80,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$63,000-$68,000
The GRS Risk Center of Excellence comprises teams of subject matter experts aligned to each of the key risk areas. The newly created Center of Excellence will drive global consistency in risk management practices, improve transparency into the overall GRS risk profile, and support the Segment and Entity Risk teams with specialist risk coverage. Cyber Risk Management is part of the Non-Property Exposure Analytics team that focusses on cyber as peril and hazard across the whole organization with close alignment to the GRS Office of Underwriting.    **This position may have in-office requirements depending on candidate location.**   Key Responsibilities: - Responsible for evaluating and reporting gross and net cyber exposures and modelled losses across all lines of business as required for internal and external reporting, including regulatory submissions. - Support model validation work to understand and evaluate the impact of model updates and revisions on the outputs produced; communicate relevant insights to stakeholders. - Support the Head of GRS Cyber Risk Management with the development and assessment of new RDS to improve transparency into and understanding of the GRS cyber risk profile. - Support alignment of validation process with regards to exposure data standards, modelling best practices and view of cyber risk. - Coordinate with Risk and Underwriting teams across the business to ensure transparency into GRS cyber risk and delivery of effective cyber exposure management. - Lead the continuous improvement of data completeness and data quality. - Communicate effectively with underwriters on the contribution of their class exposure to the total cyber risk and the impact of their portfolio changes to the cyber tolerance. - Other ad hoc assignments as may be required.
ID
2023-62054
Minimum Salary
USD $116,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $216,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$135,000-$167,000
Liberty Mutual’s Large Loss Claims Property team has an immediate opening for a Personal Property Content Claims Specialist.  As a Claims Specialist, you will manage, investigate, and resolve assigned Property Contents claims under general supervision. Responsibilities include capturing and creating an inventory of damaged/lost contents while on-site, working with various vendors, and ensuring that quality customer service is provided via face-to-face and phone interactions.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory   Responsibilities: - Responsible for claims handling personal property losses to include large loss.  - Works in concert with large loss adjusters for scheduling, inventorying, adjustment and relocation assistance. - Performs on-site inventory inspection and specific detail capture (50% minimum on-site) to provide to policyholder for pricing. - Develops expert list/websites for various product categories.  Utilizes multiple third-party vendors for pricing.  Documents the file accordingly. - Provides quality customer service.  Provides insured with policy information to include coverage, limitations, replacement or ACV options. - Works with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - Ability to travel domestically 50-75% of the time dependent on loss locations and volume (M-F*) - *May be called upon for catastrophe duty in which weekends maybe required.  - May provide assistance on files handled by Claims Representatives in other organizations with-in person inspections or policyholder contact when needed.  - Attends product seminars/shows to build personal property expertise.
ID
2023-62010
Minimum Salary
USD $63,300.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $97,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$70,400 - $87,200
The Liberty Mutual US Technology Data and Analytics Engineering (DAE) team is seeking a passionate Solution Architect for its Data Strategy & Design (DS&D) team to design our multi-year data & technology strategy for a holistic data ecosystem enabling business and technology capabilities through solutions in data management, Lakehouse, Business Intelligence, Data Science/Advanced Analytics via cloud technologies. This individual will work within the Data and Analytics Engineering (DAE) group within US Retail Markets (USRM) Technology reporting to the Director of Data Strategy & Design (DS&D) team.   As a Solutions Architect you’ll be responsible for guiding the development of system, technical and product standards based on business plans and long-term strategies, while working in an agile environment that has the creative energy of a start-up?and the full backing and comprehensive benefits of a Fortune 100 company.    What you will do - Leverage your expertise to create strategies for a modern, scalable, and resilient data and analytics platform. - Act as a technology thought leader, coach, and mentor in Solution Architect capacity to guide engineering teams across DAE on various strategic initiatives. - Partner with enterprise and domain architects to align reference architecture to a multi-year, business-aligned roadmap transitioning from disparate legacy tools and processes to a target-state single system of insight. - Influence the prioritization of enhancements to ensure applications are modernized and maintained to support growth, business development and to meet the long-term product vision. - Collaborate with a team of senior data technologists, data designers, and data modelers charged with providing emerging technologies and designs to incubate and test new solutions, create implementation, operationalization approach and to ensure consistent application across DAE solutions. - Communicate a clear, consistent technology vision within the Data Analytics and Engineering (DAE) space through collaboration, influence, and enablement. - Evangelize strategic and technical roadmaps to leadership and aligned teams. - Enable business and IT vision to span all data platforms (relational, NoSQL) and data tools (Data Visualization, Data Catalog, Data Virtualization and Advanced Analytics/Data Science) - Stay informed on initiatives across the enterprise to help product owners and IT leadership effectively prioritize. - Identify and assess the organizational impact of enterprise architecture and standards, including change in skills, processes, and structures. - Motivated mentor: With approachability and partnership being key, leverage your technical expertise and experience to coach and collaborate with our Agile software engineers at all levels. - Lead by example: Has the desire and drive to be a hands-on Architect advancing the data product features and functions to the end customer while promoting a culture of continuous improvement and innovation by finding solutions that increase efficiency, accelerate the adoption of new technologies and enhance profitability.  - Strategic partner: You will partner closely with the Director, Scrum Master, and aligned Architect to help guide, lead, and influence the work aligned to the agile squads. - Explore and lead proof of technology of new and emerging technologies to support business or technology needs. 
ID
2023-61993
Minimum Salary
USD $133,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $249,900.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
158,100 - 194,100
Property Adjusters investigate commercial property claims, evaluate damages, determine coverage, set accurate loss cost estimates, control the insured's exposures and losses, manage consultants, and achieve a prompt, fair and equitable settlement according to fair claims handling requirements. Negotiate settlement of claims with varying complexity and perils. This is a hybrid position with current requirement to report to the Plano office a minimum of two times per month.  This policy is subject to change.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   Responsibilities:   - Conducts a prompt, thorough and fair investigation by obtaining relevant facts to determine coverage, origin, and extent of loss. Reviews and utilizes financial statements to adjust moderately sized business interruption losses. - Direct independent adjuster to determine facts relevant causation, damages and exposure. - Engages and manages consultants and independent adjusters as required. Monitors the costs to ensure they are reasonable and necessary. - Establishes and maintains accurate loss cost estimates and reserves for each claim for reporting, financial records, and other purposes. - Keeps the Insured and others informed about the claim's status with clear, timely and accurate written/oral communications. Effectively communicates in writing on moderately complex coverage issues with minimal review and coaching. Determines depreciation of claim. - Affirms or denies coverage of the claim based on the facts and the policy terms and conditions. Develops information necessary to make advance, partial and final payments when appropriate. - Meet time requirements of the policy and fair claims handling practices. - Effectively negotiate settlement of claims of varying complexity and perils. Achieves a prompt, fair and equitable settlement of a claim, where there is policy liability. - Keeps the electronic claim file properly documented with accurate, clear and timely information and reports that reflect the adjustment activities and substantiate any payments made. - May participate in quality assurance file review sessions and serve as a technical resource for less experienced claims personnel. - Volume may flex for catastrophic duty but no travel involved.
ID
2023-61984
Minimum Salary
USD $58,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $89,600.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$66,100 - $81,800
Liberty Mutual has an immediate opening for an Excess and Coverage Senior Technical Claims Specialist as part of our Excess, Coverage and Specialized Claims Unit.  In this role, under moderate direction, you will handle a book of Commercial Casualty Excess/Umbrella claims, throughout the entire claims life cycle. Additionally, you will be responsible for conducting investigations, recommending adequate reserves, monitoring, documenting, and settling/closing claims in an expeditious and economical manner within prescribed authority limits for the line of business.   This is a remote position.  Please note, you will be required to go into the office twice a month if you reside within 50 miles of one of the following offices: Bala Cynwyd, PA; Boston, MA; Hoffman Estates, IL; Indianapolis, IN; Lake Oswego, OR; Las Vegas, NV; Plano, TX; Suwanee, GA; Syracuse, NY; Tampa, FL; or Weatogue, CT.  Please note this policy is subject to change.   Senior Technical Claims Specialist I Salary: $91,800-171,100 Annual FTO Days Accrual: 2.0 days per month, up to 20 days per year   Responsibilities:   - Analyzes, investigates, and evaluates the loss to determine coverage and claim disposition.  Utilizes Claims systems to document claims and to diary future events or follow-up. - Within prescribed settlement authority for the line of business, establishes appropriate reserves for both indemnity and expense and reviews on a regular basis to ensure adequacy. Makes recommendations to set reserves at appropriate level for claims outside of authority level. - Prepares comprehensive reports as required.  Identifies and communicates specific claim trends and account and/or policy issues to management and underwriting. - Manages the litigation process through the retention of counsel.  Adheres to the line of business litigation guidelines to include budget, bill review and payment. - Monitors the case resolution process.  Actively participates in mediations and arbitrations, within limit of settlement authority. - Participates in Claims audit process. - May provide claims marketing services by participating in meetings with brokers, risk managers and reinsurers. - As required, maintains insurance adjuster licenses.
ID
2023-61926
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $171,100.00/Yr.
Provides Subcontract Default Insurance underwriting support and technical administrative assistance to underwriters, management, and other staff. Performs duties associated with project issuance and/or agency change, processing activities in SDI/corporate systems, and file maintenance. Provides exceptional customer service and support to internal/external customers. Position may include responsibility to train other departmental staff; and research and resolve processing and SDI reconciliation problems.   Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world's largest global Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries.   Responsibilities: - Responsible for highly detailed SDI/agency/processing transactions, which may align to a defined territory. May include understanding new business, renewals, cancellations, endorsements, agency file set-up, licensing/appointment processing, including resolving reconciliation problems as necessary. Review, reconcile, and update reports as directed. - Provide assistance in various underwriting and support functions (i.e. project request, state regulatory and compliance requirements, and Bordereau schedules). - Requires a high level of independent interaction with customers. Services and responds to internal and external customer needs by providing exceptional customer service. Assists customers with inquiries, answer questions, and follows up to ensure customer satisfaction. Informs Underwriting Officer, and/or designee of issues as appropriate. - Retrieves information relative to the execution of various SDI/agency related documents with attention to detail and accuracy. Applies critical thinking and technical knowledge of SDI operations processing activities to complete assignments/tasks working within defined policies and procedures to optimize planned business results. - Mentors and trains others to fulfill tasks within their job responsibilities and performance standards and acts as a resource and subject-matter-expert for workflows and processes (i.e. complex processing transactions, reinsurance, assumed and ceded transactions). - May perform technical support within the office and assists in the resolution of technical problems in coordination with the Department Application Specialists. Participates in User Acceptance Testing as assigned. - Performs general administrative office support duties, which may also include assisting finance with collection inquiries, and billing/premium discrepancies. - Performs additional duties/special projects as assigned.
ID
2023-61923
Minimum Salary
USD $47,900.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $88,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$54,000-$83,000
Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world's largest global Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries. Responsibilities: - Markets, underwrites and administers the most complex risks within a Surety office. - Possesses a superior level of technical expertise and serves as a resource to other Surety employees as needed. - Works directly with the home office underwriter. - Monitors quality of underwriting in assigned offices utilizing self-audit processes and/or other techniques. - Evaluates and analyzes new surety obligations and provides management with statistical reporting, as assigned.
ID
2023-61878
Minimum Salary
USD $103,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $171,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
118,000-152,000
**This is a hybrid position working 2 days a week in our Boston office**   To win in a world of accelerated change, it is critical to create the protected space to incubate new ideas, rapidly test concepts in market, and accelerate the delivery of critical insights and capabilities to the business. Since 2016, Solaria Labs has been testing into new spaces and reinventing US Retail Markets’ offerings for the future, and now Solaria has expanded to become an enterprise-wide incubation function within the Enterprise Strategy team. This change will enable us to leverage Solaria’s capabilities across our businesses and functions to test and learn in a way that reduces uncertainty, de-risks future investments, and limits distraction for the core business.      The Global Risk Solutions (GRS) Incubation team focuses on incubating opportunities with high potential for disruption in partnership with GRS business teams.  This includes opportunities that support enterprise-wide innovation priorities as well as those that support GRS strategy.  We are looking for an additional member of the relatively new GRS Incubation team to help spearhead our efforts to innovate.  This person will report to the Head of GRS Incubation.    Responsibilities  - Partner with key stakeholders across Liberty Mutual to identify opportunities that are aligned to enterprise-level and/or GRS strategic priorities and have the potential to disrupt our business in the future - Design and incubate new products, services, and tools with the goal to generate new learnings and assets to de-risk and accelerate future investments - Partner with key stakeholders to transfer these learnings and assets back to the core business    Example Project from US Retail Markets Incubation team:  Extreme weather events have a profound effect on our customers, and increasing weather resilience is a critical ESG priority for Liberty Mutual.  In 2022, Solaria Labs partnered with the Office of Sustainability to explore new ways to help our customers proactively build weather resilience.  Together we created WeatherReady, a new feature on our Liberty+ digital services platform that informs and empowers customers to build weather resiliency by providing science-backed advice, recommended solutions/service providers, and tools to track progress.  WeatherReady is now live in 9 states, and we are partnering with GRM to test in the LM Mobile App in 2023.    In this role you will have the opportunity to lead similar types of projects with GRS.   *** Please note this posting is posted at 2 different levels. Compensation will vary based on experience, qualifications and education.
ID
2023-61872
Minimum Salary
USD $109,600.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $211,900.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$130,000-$160,000 Asst. Director level; $145,000-$180,000 Director level
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The Field Property Claims Adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Minneapolis, MN. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2023-61867
Minimum Salary
USD $59,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $86,100.00/Yr.
If you have Data & Analytics experience with a strong background in underwriting and actuarial data insights, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.   The Director I, Advanced Analytics will be responsible for leading and developing the adoption of analytics across Reinsurance.    Supporting and enabling the portfolio management and actuarial heads to create meaningful exhibits, grow adoption in the Underwriting community and manage delivery of the central Management Information resource. In this role, you will be responsible for driving Underwriting and  Actuarial data insights to improve business performance, growth and shape a shared version of the truth. You will report to the head of Data and Analytics and work closely with various stakeholders including Liberty Mutual Reinsurance portfolio managers, actuarial ,underwriting and leadership teams while managing deliveries from the central Liberty Specialty Markets Management Information team.   **This position may have in-office requirements depending on candidate location.**   Key Responsibilities: - Create metrics that help drive decision making at the risk and portfolio level. This includes creating a "scorecard" to be measured on and against. - Be the central custodian for using underwriting and actuarial data to ensure global consistency, with local implementation. - Work with international offices and create trust in Central Management Information. - Work with the Liberty Specialty Markets Data & Analytics Delivery team to ensure the built-out of a consistent Liberty Specialty Markets view of data. This involves identifying data gaps and finding external sources & analytics tools. - Be the Liberty Mutual Reinsurance underwriting/actuarial Power BI owner. - Be the Liberty Mutual Reinsurance Advanced Analytics Hub project owner. - Develop the Liberty Mutual Reinsurance culture of data-driven decision making through training and education.  
ID
2023-61848
Minimum Salary
USD $114,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $214,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$135,300- $189,600
At Liberty Mutual, we’re committed to delivering exceptional legal services to our customers around the world, working to uphold and protect our policyholders’ rights and positively impacting our business. As an Insurance Defense Attorney at Liberty Mutual, you’ll join a diverse team that values a healthy work/life balance and enjoy benefits that include eligible performance bonuses, 20 days of flexible time off each year, personal holidays, a pension plan and a 401(k) plan with matching contributions. If you’re looking for a place to build a long-term career while making a positive difference, consider joining our legal team where you’ll represent Liberty Mutual and our policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of moderate value.   We encourage you to apply and bring your expertise if you’re a: - Experienced litigation attorney: You’ll manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc. and negotiating settlements as required. - Strategic partner: Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. - People person: You’ll establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. - Effective communicator: You’ll develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. - Collaborative mentor: You’ll provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal.
ID
2023-61792
Minimum Salary
USD $78,300.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $129,900.00/Yr.
Independently handles a book of severe, high profile, transactional liability claims throughout the entire claim's life cycle.   Responsible for directing investigations, working with broker partners, establishing timely and adequate reserves, monitoring, documenting, and leading market negotiations to settle/close claims in an expeditious and economical manner.   Proactively analyzes, investigates, and evaluates notices under transactional liability policies to determine coverage and manage claim resolution.  Within prescribed settlement authority, establishes appropriate reserves for both indemnity and expense and reviews on a regular basis to ensure adequacy. Makes recommendations to set reserves at appropriate level for claims outside of authority level. Prepares comprehensive reports as required. Identifies and communicates specific claim trends and account and/or policy issues to management and underwriting. Manages the litigation process through the retention of counsel. Adheres to the line of business litigation guidelines to include budget, bill review and payment. Pro-actively manages the case resolution process. Actively directs mediations and arbitrations, as well as negotiation discussions within limit of settlement authority. Participates in the claims audit process. Provides claims marketing services by meeting with brokers, risk managers and reinsurers. As required, maintains insurance adjuster licenses.
ID
2023-61753
Minimum Salary
USD $138,500.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $242,200.00/Yr.
  Our Middle Market Underwriters focus on answering two fundamental questions.  Should we write a policy for a particular customer?  What is a fair price for the risk that we would incur by writing the policy?  On the surface, these questions may seem straightforward, but as a Liberty Mutual Insurance underwriter, you will possess a curiosity that propels you to dig a little deeper for the answers. You will rely on your strong analytic, communication, and negotiation skills and thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.  Middle Market Underwriters are natural problem solvers who want to know our customers and how we can profitably accept the risks that our policies cover.    As a forward facing Middle Market Underwriting Specialist you will be responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business in our Houston,TX territory through marketing, underwriting decision making, building mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships and establishing a market-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee.    This would be considered a Hybrid role in the posted office location (2 office days a week and those can flex)   Senior Underwriter: $92,700 - $117,900. Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days Underwriting Specialist:  $104,700 - $134,400. Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days Underwriting Consultant:  $118,900 - $153,900 Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days   Responsibilities:   - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long term quality pipeline with Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by attending and making marketing calls to brokers to market and cross market. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally and informally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2023-61730
Minimum Salary
USD $80,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $171,400.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$92,000 - $153,000
The Middle Market Underwriting Consultant is responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business through marketing, effective underwriting decision making, mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships, strong market-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. Participates in regular projects that further the goals of the company.     - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Key Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Key Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Key Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to preferred brokers to market and cross market. Provides input to the development of marketing plans, product analysis, services, geographic focus and broker intelligence. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates multiple areas of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2023-61693
Minimum Salary
USD $114,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $192,700.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
140,000-170,000
Manages all underwriting aspects of a surety territory or field office (typically considered large in scope) Accountable for quality and quantity of work, personnel, performance appraisals, new business acquisition, and profit and loss results of assigned territory or office. Is a significant contributor or primary preparer of budget and business plans, including marketing, underwriting, training and administration functions. Responsible for servicing the surety needs of customers typically in a large, multi-state territory or densely populated geographic region.    Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world's largest global Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries.       Responsibilities:    *Please note this is a range posting.Level of position and compensation based on experience.    Bond Manager III:$134,600-$235,400. Annual FTO days: 20 days  Bond Manager II: $118,500- $205,000. Annual FTO days:20 days    - Hires, trains, and manages a highly effective organization/staff and expenses within line of business to meet business objectives, with profit objective being primary.   - Develops, administers, and appraises performance objectives and development plans (mid-year/ annual review, regular 1:1, and coaching activities).   - Drives workforce planning. Monitors quality of performance of staff by utilization of management reports, surveying financial files and communicating with customers. Identifies problems and implements corrective action and ensures alignment with business objectives. Makes compensation recommendations.   - Delegates supervisory responsibilities as warranted but may remain accountable for ultimate management.   - Participates in the development and delivery of targeted Surety training and ensures training delivery objectives are met for office. Responsible for ensuring that new underwriters are trained and/or supported by experienced underwriters with respect to technical underwriting issues, meetings with agents, contractors, etc.   - Oversees evaluation and recommendation of credit levels provided to assigned customers actively participates in major underwriting decisions on assigned risks Ensures that new and existing accounts/principals continue to meet underwriting guidelines and standards for credit worthiness. Manages the portfolio book of business.   - Manages all marketing/production efforts of staff within territory to secure new business, targets/goals as assigned.   - Monitors utilization and accuracy of Surety systems applications for underwriting, marketing, and accounting needs of office.   - Participates in Surety’s annual strategic business planning process. Coordinates and monitors the implementation of annual business plan of assigned territory. Manages profitability, risk mitigation, growth strategies, metrics for specific accounts overall book of business.   - Develops business relationships through industry related organizations and other activities to gain business intelligence of local market, enhance image of the Company and to promote marketing effectiveness. Oversees, as a resource, acquisitions of new business portfolio management.   - Participates in special projects, as requested. 
ID
2023-61468
Minimum Salary
USD $118,500.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $205,000.00/Yr.
At Liberty Mutual, we’re committed to delivering exceptional legal services to our customers around the world, working to uphold and protect our policyholders’ rights and positively impacting our business. As an Insurance Defense Attorney at Liberty Mutual, you’ll join a diverse team that values a healthy work/life balance and enjoy benefits that include eligible performance bonuses, 20 days of flexible time off each year, personal holidays, a pension plan and a 401(k) plan with matching contributions. If you’re looking for a place to build a long-term career while making a positive difference, consider joining our legal team where you’ll represent Liberty Mutual and our policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation and workers’ compensation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of a moderate value.     We encourage you to apply and bring your expertise if you’re a:   - Experienced No-Fault litigation attorney: You’ll manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings representing the insurer from initial strategy through trial and, if needed, appeal. This position is for a Specialist to manage and litigate our No-Fault caseload and you must be very conversant in the nuances of PIP claims and their defenses. - Strategic partner: Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. - People person: You’ll establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. - Effective communicator: You’ll develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. - Collaborative mentor: You’ll provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal.
ID
2023-61461
Minimum Salary
USD $78,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $127,200.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
88,500-92,000
The Middle Market Lead Technology Underwriter is responsible for developing, growing and maintaining a profitable book of technology Property & Casualty business through marketing, underwriting decision making, building mutually beneficial agent/broker relationships and establishing a market-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee.   - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of technology business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to brokers to market and cross market. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates an area of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.      
ID
2023-61455
Minimum Salary
USD $96,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $218,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
110-185,000
Liberty Mutual Surety™ is currently recruiting for a Surety Underwriter to join our team.   As a Surety Underwriter you will market, underwrite, and service independent agents, brokers, and Transactional Contract Surety accounts within an assigned territory. Using your excellent rapport building skills, you will build and maintain positive relationships and will market to your territory focusing on relationship building rather than transactional sales.  You will also use your business and financial acumen to perform primary credit underwriting and financial/risk analysis, provide recommendations, and make decisions on new and existing accounts. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and self-motivated surety professional looking to grow their career with a top surety company that focuses on its employees and customers first.   Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world's largest global Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries.   Responsibilities:  - Market and Underwrite Transactional Contract business in MD, DC, & VA - Credit Based Under moderate supervision, markets, underwrites and services moderately complex risks for a book of business typically associated with a specified geographic area and/or producer plant. - Solicits surety account submissions from assigned producer plant via marketing efforts. - May provide technical expertise and direction to less experienced underwriters and helps maintain underwriting standards of business in the office.
ID
2023-61440
Minimum Salary
USD $80,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $130,600.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$93,000-$118,000
Salary is based upon experience level.  Travel is a minimum 35% and varies based on candidate's location including overnight stays.  Underwriting Specialist/Underwriting Consultant Excess Casualty and Umbrella - develops, grows, and maintains a profitable, diversified book of excess casualty business through effective underwriting decision making, mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships, expert underwriting judgement and deal orientation.   The focus of this position is a balance of both extensive marketing and expert underwriting with attention to underwriting detail. The production goals will balance excess casualty with supported lead umbrella.   The Candidate must be comfortable with and adept at understanding organizational alignment and business potential within key brokers, target account identification and strategies, and superior communication skills both in substance and finesse. A professional polished presence is expected. In addition, proactive collaboration with and problem solving with primary risk management is required in order to support joint new business wins and successful renewal retentions. Actively participates in Client meetings, both virtual and in-person.     Responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business through marketing, underwriting decision making, building mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships and establishing a marker-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Agents and Brokers objectives. - Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. - Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by attending and making marketing calls to brokers to market and cross market. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally and informally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2023-61432
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $159,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$120,000-$150,000
Technology Finance is looking for an energetic, analytical, forward looking manager with strong communication skills to lead the financial operations team.  This role is critical in delivering timely and accurate IT financial results monthly, ensuring relevant controls are in place, and providing expense data and financial tools for monthly forecasting and annual planning.  They should have an eye towards efficiency for streamlining processes and evaluating the financial ecosystem- across IT.  This will be key in supporting other Tech Finance teams and the Technology organization in providing business value to its customers.  The ideal candidate should be able to work in a dynamic environment and can work collaboratively across other Corporate Finance teams, while leading an onshore and offshore team.   Depending on location this may be a hybrid position and will require a minimum of 2 days in office. - Independently manages an operations team supporting Technology with ultimate responsibility for the accuracy and timeliness of the work. - Ensure timely and accurate posting of Tech expenses and Internally Developed Software, adhering to book close timelines. - Deliver monthly operational reporting providing detail on posted financials, provide analysis and ensure reasonableness on actual and forecasted financial data. - Support Application, Global Digital Services, and Global Cybersecurity Finance teams to achieve their goals of accurate expenses and chargeback, consistent reporting, and robust forecasting, through the most efficient use and consolidation of data and financial systems. - Supports book close operations, forecasting and understands full process, timelines, and dependencies. - Drive efficiencies and consistency across the organization where possible. - Support the making IT spend count Strategic Tech Priority by making effective and efficient use of our funding and providing Finance the tools to perform multi-year expense projections. - Manages month end book close deliverables/finance operations and operational reporting. This includes booking accurate Tech spend (journal entries, accruals, etc.) and billing Tech SBU chargeback at a granular level of detail for IT cost transparency. - Maintains and administers financial and metric results in various financial systems (Apptio,Hyperion, Nicus, SAP, Power BI reporting environment) - Ensures accurate reporting of financial results to support Technology Finance and their underlying SBU business partners. Reach common goal of more streamlined forecasting/budgeting, less reconciliations between systems, simplified reporting, and increased transparency. - Recommends and prioritizes financial ecosystem enhancements, working with the operational excellence manager and Technology IT squad. - Governs the Internally Developed Software Process; Adheres to attestation requirements and establishes key controls to satisfy audit requests. Directs the completion and response to all internal and external financial audit requests. - Supports annual planning process by loading new financial assumptions, communicating results, and preparing finance systems to plan for future years. - Ensure that the Technology financial systems are updated to deliver an accurate and timely department spend and SBU charge back budget with IDS- having one source of the truth. - Supports Strategic projects across Technology and Corporate Finance (Transition to SAP, Retirement of financial systems, M&As, Changes in audit requirements, New legal entities). This entails participating in and leading cross-functional teams with Tax, Corporate Accounting, FP&A, Accounting Policy, Legal, and Procurement. - Directly responsible for the performance of individual contributors who perform month end accounting, reconciliations, and analysis, including an external offshore team. Develop and coach internal staff and define individual performance objectives, aligning with organizational objectives.
ID
2023-61332
Minimum Salary
USD $103,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $188,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$119,000-$147,000
Note:  This role has a hybrid work arrangement (2 days per week in Boston office)   Are you looking for a chance to be part of a high performing team that is passionate about data? Are you intrigued by Investments and Finance? Does the thought of building a modern cloud-based data platform from the ground up excite you? If yes, then join us and be part of a team that's forging the path to data-driven success.   At Liberty Mutual Investments (LMI), we manage a high-quality investment portfolio utilizing a disciplined strategy. We have a large and varied customer base, supported by strategic business units that function as a complete investment firm within our Fortune 100 Company. Our investment professionals are critical to our ability to keep our promises to policyholders, claimants, and their families. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.   At Liberty Mutual Investments Technology, we are seeking two highly skilled Sr. Data Engineers to join our dynamic team. As a Sr. Data Engineer in our Data Engineering Chapter, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of data analysis while thriving in a fast-paced environment that encourages personal growth and development.   Key Responsibilities: - Work in Data and Analytics squad to design, develop, and enhance the data and analytics solutions and pipelines, driving data-driven decision-making processes. - Collaborate with scrum masters, product owners, and engineering teams to iteratively create data and analytics solutions that meet both business and technical requirements. - Work closely with development team in building Innovative, API first, cloud native solutions using AWS platform, Snowflake, Snaplogic, Python, Rest API etc. - Continuously enhance full delivery pipeline through automation, expanded yet increasingly efficient test coverage, ultimately optimizing time-to-market and overall quality. - Optimize and fine-tune existing data pipelines for performance, scalability, and reliability. - Implement data quality checks and monitoring processes to ensure data accuracy and consistency. - Stay current with industry trends and best practices in data engineering and recommend improvements to existing processes. - Mentor junior engineers in the team; collaborate in technical documentation; participate in code reviews and adhering to engineering excellence/best practices.        
ID
2023-60867
Minimum Salary
USD $109,600.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $185,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$160.000
In a large enterprise of talented data scientists, how do you lift all ships and help us all to do better?  In a world of Generative AI, how do you leverage the bleeding edge while keeping us ahead of regulatory changes?  How do we maximize the value of our scientific excellence, while minimizing the risk to customers, privacy, complicated code, and sophisticated predictive models?   You are the kind of scientist who puts integrity first.  You want to help an entire enterprise succeed.  You want to help create tools and techniques that make our models more reliable, and don’t just slow innovation via excessive governance.  You create best practices to help Data Science (DS) get to market quickly.  You find ways of measuring talent and tech debt, and you are excited to build a culture around continuous improvement with your colleagues.  You don’t just see a problem in code – you see a technique to avoid it, a process to prevent it, and a talent development program to carry the torch forward.   We are the Office of Data Science in Liberty Mutual, a central group whose mandate is to make it easy for our DS talent to excel across all markets.  We help build advanced AI solutions, create a culture of learning and collaboration, and curate an ecosystem of tools used by all our scientists.  We work cross-functionally with business leads, compliance, and platform developers to bring the whole enterprise to bear on Liberty’s most challenging data and predictive challenges.   If you want to be at the center of an enterprise whose life blood is predictive analytics and machine learning, and you strive to make things better – join us.  As Director of Data Science Fundamentals & Responsible AI, including People, Processes, and MLOps, you will help drive vision and strategy for many of our initiatives across talent development, risk management, and operational excellence for data scientists.  You will collaborate with or lead cross-functional teams of scientists, platform architects, lawyers, policy experts, and business leads.  This is a highly exciting, challenging, and impactful role at the intersection of some of the most important issues facing the world today.   Responsibilities  - Broadly set vision and act as technical/scientific advisor for how to improve our Enterprise DS practice, driving more value from data, via a combination of development programs, risk management processes, community culture, streamlining best practices, and similar initiatives. - In partnership with Enterprise Risk Management, Global Compliance, and key DS leaders, create a value-add Model Risk Management program to identify our current AI footprint, and identify opportunities for further risk mitigation. - Help assess risk and opportunities for Generative AI applications, and create programs to ensure we experiment with integrity and speed. - Help define and measure technical capabilities such as Machine Learning Operations (MLOps), High Performance Engineering, etc., and create programs and practices to drive adoption of best practices. - Create and maintain a culture of continuous learning and collaboration across DS teams. - In partnership with our Data Offices and Legal counsel, help drive strategy for advanced privacy protection using novel technologies, including Privacy Preserving Analytics, Synthetic Data, Federated Learning, Multiparty Communication, and other techniques to help us better protect our customers’ data while driving powerful insights. - Work with business units across Liberty to educate DS, executives, and business users on ethical considerations around AI, including proper usage of AI, algorithmic bias, and risk management.
ID
2023-60467
Minimum Salary
USD $152,900.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $267,600.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
180,000-239,000
Liberty Mutual Surety™ is currently recruiting for a Surety Underwriter to join our contract team in our Seattle, WA office.   As a Surety Underwriter you will market, underwrite, and service independent agents, brokers, and contract surety accounts within an assigned territory. Using your excellent rapport building skills, you will build and maintain positive relationships and will market to your territory focusing on relationship building rather than transactional sales.   You will also use your business and financial acumen to perform primary credit underwriting and financial/risk analysis, provide recommendations, and make decisions on new and existing accounts. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and self-motivated surety professional looking to grow their career with a top surety company that focuses on its employees and customers first.   Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the worlds largest globally Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries.     Responsibilities:  - Meets with agents and brokers from assigned customer base/territory to solicit business/submissions via marketing efforts and educate agency representative(s) on Liberty Mutual Surety policies, procedures, appetite, and requirements.   Act in a consultative capacity and discuss/review agency accounts and performance. - Underwrites new and existing account submissions utilizing underwriting authority granted by Chief Underwriting Officer.  May handle most complex accounts based on level of role.  Makes thorough evaluations and assessments of a customer’s financial, technical, organizational, and management capacities, past experience, desired objectives as well as a subjective judgment of character, normally based upon data/insights.  In many cases, will meet with client to facilitate above assessments. - Performs analytical evaluations of financial statements on both a static and trend basis. Determines the present and historical financial position of the account and monitors financial position of risk through analysis of quarterly statements and work in progress data as appropriate  - Develop/maintain strong relationships with agents/brokers and oversee a book of Contract Surety business within defined territory. Meets production, marketing, and profitability goals as set by manager and assist in developing marketing plan. - Stay abreast of Liberty Mutual Surety product lines and identify cross-selling opportunities with agent, engaging/referring appropriate parties as necessary. - Responsible for investigation, analyzing, and managing all necessary underwriting/accounting/workflow issues, within framework of Surety policies and procedures. - Monitor an existing book of business from an underwriting standpoint.  Continuously evaluates the qualitative characteristics of the business (new and existing) as assigned.  Examples include utilization of self-audit programs, financial ratio analysis report.  Makes recommendations to Manager for proper lines of authority to be submitted to Home Office.  Monitors and controls utilization of such lines to ensure compliance with guidelines. - May assess and identify changes in all aspects of the business including, but not limited to, work program to financial strength criteria, nature of work performed (inherent risk), accuracy and timeliness of data flow, and exposure analyses.  Coordinate and surface issues to more Home Office staff and Bond Managers - Assists in the evaluation of business continuity arrangements and funding mechanisms (such as adequacy of life insurance) to preclude financial drain of customer in the event of the demise of (an) owner or other insurable loss. - In connection with credit recommendations which tend to fall outside of normal underwriting standards, applies sound reason and business logic to reach decision as authorized.  Effectively documents such logic in file and communicates to more senior Home Office and Field underwriting staff, as necessary. - Provide direction for topics to be addressed in meetings with agents, customers and others, as necessary. - Prepare and implement instructions for administering workflows and accounting/billing issues to service unique situations. - May mentor more junior staff based on level. - Performs special projects and other duties as assigned. Please note: Level of position and compensation based on location and experience.
ID
2023-60466
Minimum Salary
USD $88,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $143,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
102,000-130,000
Markets, underwrites, and administers the most complex accounts and develops creative solutions. Proven ability to work with complex agency situations and develop creative solutions. Proven ability to Possesses a superior level of technical expertise, knowledge of territory and agency understanding. Serves as a resource to other Surety employees. Mentors junior and new hire employees. Monitors the quality of underwriting in assigned offices utilizing self-audit processes and/or other techniques. Evaluates and analyzes new surety obligations and provides management with statistical reporting, as assigned.   Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world's largest global Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries. Responsibilities - Assists Manager in book of business risk analysis for territory by using financial ratio analysis report, S P, KMV and/or other related tools. Analyzes all statistical reports, claims data, and other financial exhibits, as directed by Manager. - Performs analytical evaluations on financial statements on both a static and trend basis. Determines an underwriting position of the most complex risks, and monitors their financial position through analysis of interim financial statements and work in progress data as appropriate. Recommends, implements and monitors milestones and potential exit strategy on accounts showing high risk trends. - Responsible for analyzing, and managing all necessary underwriting/accounting/work flow issues, within framework of Surety/Global Specialty policies and procedures, on the most complex risks. Some examples include, but are not limited to, multiple surety accounts, captive reinsurance programs, joint ventures, and international transactions. - Independently meets with the accounts to assess their general management acumen, past experience, work experience of key personnel, depth of organization and desired work objectives, i.e. credit needs in the future, to ensure that work undertaken will be successfully prosecuted. - Develops a book of business strategy through building and maintaining relationships with agents/brokers, and monitoring the quality of account underwriting and quality of business, as assigned. Examples include utilization of self-audit programs, Peer Review, financial ratio analysis report, etc. Meets production, marketing, and profitability goals as set by manager and participates in developing a marketing plan. - Review, recommends and independently negotiates with internal and external parties, which may include CPAs, bankers, lawyers, architects, engineers and subcontractors to secure additional underwriting detail, as neces sary, to assess risk on preliminary and ongoing basis. - Monitors work of other underwriters in the office to ensure that account analyses are completed in accordance with underwriting and service standards. Mentors new underwriters/intern/trainees assists and supports less experienced underwriters with respect to complex underwriting issues identifies topics to be addressed in meetings with agents, contractors and others, as necessary. - Assists Managers by partnering with underwriters in their visits to larger producers and complex contractors/clients and developing marketing plans regarding underpenetrated agents and territory. Promotes growth with agents where Surety has an established book/relationship. - Assists Surety Accounting in the collection of agency/account overdue accounts receivable, accounting/billing issues as needed.  - Makes recommendations to Manager and/or Home Office for proper lines of authority regarding accounts under their responsibility to be submitted to Home Office. Monitors and controls utilization of such lines to ensure compliance with guidelines. Serves as a subject matter expert and lead for other underwriting personnel. Provides analytical reports to Manager/UO as directed.  Please note: Level of position and compensation based on location and experience.
ID
2023-59116
Minimum Salary
USD $110,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $160,000.00/Yr.

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