Client Manager- Govt Contractor Practice (Comml P & C)

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The Client Manager supports the Government Contractors account team in servicing the uniquely diverse needs of our government contractor clients. Visits prospects and clients to identify needs. Assists in achieving the best terms and conditions for clients by highlighting to underwriters the unique legislative protections, government contractor case law and contractual indemnifications. Aids in structuring insurance programs that maximize the premium reimbursable as pass-through expense under the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Supports client growth by helping their proposal team review and competitively price insurance requirements for new opportunities. Obtains policy wording specific to the clients' risks (human, liability, regulatory and property). Works with clients to achieve additional indemnification from the U.S. government. Provides practical risk management expertise and advocacy during the entire life cycle of the transaction, from marketing to claim management.
BA/BS degree with 3-5 years of insurance industry experience related to servicing government contractor accounts within an insurance brokerage environment ideal.
Prior experience working as a Government Contractor preferred.
All insurance licenses as required by state law.
Advance professional designations such as CPCU, ARM, preferred.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills including presentation skills.
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team with minimal supervision in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
Organizational, analytical, time management and critical thinking skills a must.
Personal computer skills with knowledge of Excel and Word preferred.
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Job Title: Client Manager- Gov't Contractor Practice (Comm'l P & C)
Job Function: Client Services/Client Facing
Date Posted: 8/20/2014
Location: Potomac, MD
Job Number: JO-1408-7105

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