Marsh & McLennan Agency, known locally as Insurance Associates Company offers its employees the most competitive benefits package available in the industry, including:
- Collaborative, team-oriented, enjoyable work environment
- Competitive salaries and bonuses
- 401(k) Plan with Company Match
- Group Health, Dental and Life Insurance
- Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Wellness Program
- Employee Stock Ownership Plan
- Legal Services Program
- Paid Annual Leave and Sick Leave
Our services are delivered to each of our clients through a dedicated Service Team made up of several team members.
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This is the quarterback of the team. Our Account Managers are responsible for the production of their own accounts. They guide the team and work with the client to establish a premier insurance program that best suits the client’s goals and objectives. The Account Manager has ultimate responsibility for maintaining the relationship with the client, as well as pricing, scope of coverage, account servicing, and resolving all claims and loss control issues.
The Underwriter is the primary inside contact for our customers and is also the primary point of contact with the insurance companies. A highly technical position, our Underwriters routinely review contract specs, review policies and coverage forms, handle the renewal negotiations with the Account Manager, and service the typical day-to-day needs of the customer.
The Assistant Underwriter supports the Underwriter by handling prompt turnaround of requests for Certificates of Insurance, processing routine endorsement requests, provide initial review of insurance policies, prepare premium/loss summaries, and check audits and Experience Mod Worksheets for accuracy.
This is the quarterback of the team. Our Benefits Consultants are responsible for the production of their own accounts. They guide the team and work with the client to establish a quality, cost-effective employee benefits program that best suits the client’s goals and objectives. The Benefits Consultant has ultimate responsibility for maintaining the relationship with the client, as well as all account related service issues.
Client Service Advisor
The Client Service Advisor is the primary inside contact for our benefits customers. They are the primary point of contact with the insurance companies, obtain census information from the client, handle the renewal negotiations with the Benefits Consultant, and service the typical day-to-day needs of the customer. They will also attend enrollment meetings at our client’s offices.
We are always looking for qualified candidates. Please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to us at email@example.com .