GENERAL PURPOSE:Meet with policyholders in the field to review payroll records and other documentation to ensure appropriate workers’ compensation classifications and accurate payroll distribution among varied job exposures. Act as liaison between the insured and Company.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:Educate insured’s on Company’s policies and applicable rules, regulations and laws to ensure policyholders understanding of the workers’ compensation system and the services Company providesVerify insured’s business operations, legal status, job classifications and payroll distribution among work exposures by reviewing policyholder’s records, interviewing owners, and worksite observationSelect, schedule and complete audit assignments and compute premium at customer sitesCollaborate with internal Company stakeholders, including underwriters, to ensure payroll and all other policy information is accurately reflected on both the audited and future policy periods
ADDITIONAL DUTIES:Serve as office auditor if neededAct as expert witness when requestedPerform other duties as assigned
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred. Relevant work experience (similar kind of work at a similar level of work as described in the essential duties) may be substituted for the bachelor's degree. Completion of a degree is encouraged and supported. Two years of auditing experience strongly preferred. Underwriting experience a plus. Accounting/bookkeeping experience a plus.WORK
ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:Regular attendance required. Extensive telephone and computer work in a home office environment including extensive field activities (80% or more of time spend in field and at customer location); travel via personal automobile within the state is required; must possess valid Colorado driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance. May be working in a non-traditional environment. Occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds.