Insurance Management/Purchasing, Property and Casualty, Risk Management
4 Year Degree
The Treasury Analyst will be responsible primarily for supporting the Chief Risk Officer & Treasurer and AVP of Treasury & Risk Management in Risk Management and Corporate Treasury activities. Risk Management work will include assisting with insurance procurement (property, casualty, etc.), payment processing and premium allocation. Further responsibilities include insurance requirement review of contracts, insurance policy review, vendor certificate of insurance review and verification. Corporate Treasury responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting in review of financing assumptions for development projects, assisting in obtaining construction loans, and managing interest rate risk through the use of derivatives. Additional responsibilities include work on special projects to evaluate and mitigate corporate risk.
Summary of Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Participates in meetings to understand conditions of insurance market place and insurers' financial health and outlook on RGII’s insurance program
Assists in preparation of property and casualty program renewal materials, reviewing market submission to prospective insurers and evaluating options and participating in the selection of final coverage and carriers
Participates in the review of legal contracts containing insurance language to ensure their adequacy
Assists with insurance management including: distributing certificates of insurance, reviewing policies and ensuring terms and conditions are accurate and allocating insurance costs to the corporation's projects/entities
Assists in sourcing, evaluating, selecting and documenting construction and permanent financing to support RE development projects and stabilized assets. Specific tasks may include assisting in solicitation of bids from interested lenders, analyzing loan proposals, recommending the optimal loan offer and helping to close the transaction
Conducts financial analyses to assess RGII's interest rate exposure and recommend interest rate derivatives to reduce interest expense as necessary. Assists in purchase of derivatives with financial counterparties
On occasion, assists in the pre-screening of investment proposals to be sent to the Investment Committee
Works on financial risk management initiatives as identified by Chief Risk Officer & Treasurer. Examples could include updating quarterly macroeconomic reports and highlight areas of concern, updating the quarterly Portfolio Committee package including the list of top corporate risk and annual special projects identified in the corporate risk agenda
Performs other duties as assigned
Experience / Knowledge / Skills Requirements:
2-3 years corporate insurance experience (property and casualty)
2-3 years corporate treasury experience
Experience in a real estate environment is preferred
Working knowledge of Insurance, financial statements, investments, taxes and discounted cash flow analysis
Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills
High proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Licenses / Certifications Requirements:
Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) a plus
Additional Salary Information: To Be Determined
About Rockefeller Group
Rockefeller Group is one of the most trusted names in real estate – a leading developer, owner and investor, known for pioneering large-scale urban mixed-use development. Our heritage and our people are our greatest assets. We empower and expect our employees to bring new perspectives, drive opportunities, and strengthen our competitive advantage. Being part of our team gives you the opportunity to build your legacy with one of the most trusted names in real estate.
We push ourselves to be innovative, optimistic, and passionate about everything we do, promoting a culture of confidence and encouraging our employees to take intelligent risks. We constantly look for new ways to collaborate and strengthen the bonds between employees and the company, one another, and with the external world. This spirit gives us purpose, challenges us to live up to our mission, and makes Rockefeller Group a truly special place to work.
When our employees are at their best, so is Rockefeller Group. That’s why we provide competitive compensation, a healthy work/life balance and attractive benefits that support our employees’ physical and financial well-being.
Rockefeller Group, meaning Rocke...feller Group International, Inc. and its affiliates, is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws.
Rockefeller Group, meaning Rockefeller Group International, Inc. and its affiliates, is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws.