Supports risk management department and subsidiaries regarding all aspects of corporate insurance programs. Primary responsibilities include compilation of underwriting information and coverage placement, claims administration, analysis to assist in loss reduction and related administrative duties. Position acts as a day-to-day liaison between the risk management department and subsidiaries.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (and other duties as assigned) 1. Provide support to the risk management department regarding all aspects of the corporate insurance program. 2. Manage multiple large and complex property and casualty insurance renewals annually, to include working with brokers and underwriters to gather applications, distributing to subsidiaries, answering questions, assembling the data and submitting timely. 3. Act as primary point of contact for subsidiaries on matters relating to corporate insurance programs, including applications, coverage, contract language requirements, certificates and exposure schedules. 4. Coordinate claims by working with subsidiaries, claims adjusters, legal department and management for efficient and positive outcomes. 5. Provide analysis and recommendations to management to assist in loss reduction, based on knowledge of subsidiaries’ activities and operations. 6. Perform database management (initial set-up for new entities, maintenance and data entry) within multiple platforms for claims, exposure schedules and other insurance related information. 7. Maintain all related files and filing, including confidential medical records, police reports, payroll records, etc. 8. Operate in an environment that requires a high level of interpersonal skills including handling sensitive and confidential situations which require demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy over the phone and via written correspondence. 9. Assist department management with various administrative functions related to department operations.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE 1. Associates or Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent related industry experience ( 5-7 years). 2. Minimum five years prior experience with similar duties at an insurance firm, insurance broker or risk management department. 3. Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook and SharePoint.
Internal Number: 19000787
About Arctic Slope Regional Corporation
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) was established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. Incorporated in 1972, ASRC has its corporate headquarters in Barrow, Alaska with administrative and subsidiary offices located in Anchorage and throughout the United States. The past 43 years has been a time of growth and diversification for ASRC. Although Arctic Slope Regional Corporation had humble beginnings, and there was a time the company’s leaders worked for no pay, it is now the largest Alaskan-owned company – with approximately 12,000 employees across Alaska and the Lower 48. It has been the largest locally-owned and operated business in Alaska for the past 22 years.
ASRC is a private, for-profit corporation that is owned by and represents the business interests of its 13,000 Iñupiat Eskimo shareholders in the villages of Point Hope, Point Lay, Wainwright, Atqasuk, Barrow, Nuiqsut, Kaktovik, and Anaktuvuk Pass. Some of the corporation’s shareholders live outside of the region in Alaska, with a small number residing in the Lower 48.
ASRC owns title to nearly five million acres of land on Alaska's North Slope which contain a high potential for oil, gas,... coal and base metal sulfides. Additionally ASRC owns subsurface rights to certain lands, and has surface rights to other lands. ASRC, as a steward of the land, continuously strives to balance management of cultural resources with management of natural resources.
Consistent with the goals of ANCSA, ASRC’s earnings are employed for the benefit of its shareholders. Each year, a significant amount of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation’s earnings – approximately 40 percent – are distributed directly to its shareholders through dividends and other benefits. The remainder is reinvested in the company to ensure sustainable economic growth for current and future generations of Iñupiat. ASRC is proud of the dividend distributions to its shareholders. Since inception, ASRC has distributed more than $915 million in dividends to shareholders. ASRC shareholders have benefited from employment, education and training opportunities. Since 2000 ASRC has distributed more than $90 million to support a wide range of socio-economic opportunities. In 2014, ASRC employed 3,834? Alaskans.
From 2005-2009, ASRC donated nearly $15 million to nonprofit, charitable causes. ASRC also makes investments in its Native community through two nonprofit organizations, the Arctic Slope Community Foundation and the Arctic Education Foundation.
ASRC is poised for the next era of growth with continued dedication to provide maximum benefit to the ASRC shareholders.