Current Vacancies

Claims Specialist, Professional and Financial Risk | Melbourne

Location: Melbourne

Job Type: Permanent

Job Area: Claims

Applications Close: 29 Feb 2020

Liberty Specialty Markets, offers specialty and commercial line insurance and reinsurance across Asia Pacific.

Find out what it takes to be part of a global Fortune 100 company that exists to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.

  • Global company.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Career development opportunities.
  • Team-work culture.

Key responsibilities

  • Works with minimal supervision, pro-actively handles a book of specialty lines claims, throughout the entire claim life cycle.
  • Conducts investigations, recommending adequate reserves, monitoring, documenting, and settling/closing claims in an expeditious and economical manner within prescribed authority limits for the line of business.
  • Interpreting policy coverage and determining if coverage applies to claims submitted.
  • Managing and adjusting all incoming insurance claims for relevant business line, delegating administrative/ processing tasks to the Technical Assistant Pool where appropriate.
  • Establishing and setting reserves for indemnity and expense claims, reviewing reserves on a regular basis to ensure adequacy.
  • Authorizing payments in accordance with internal processes and within scope of authority, settling claims as expeditiously and economically as possible.
  • Ensuring that internal and external stakeholders and Liberty clients consistently receive a high level of claims service that differentiates Liberty from its competitors. Managing the overall quality and performance of external service providers. 
  • Actively pursuing all avenues of recovery including, but not limited to timely subrogation activities.  Preparing files for suit, trial or subrogation where necessary.
  • Participating directly in mediation/ arbitration meetings and actively participating in settlement discussions.
  • Providing information to management on the existence or development of critical losses and advising relevant trends within the portfolio.
  • Working closely with other business lines in raising the Liberty profile and assisting in account retention and new business opportunities.
  • Working closely with the underwriting department to promote Liberty’s “integrated business unit approach” and ensure seamless delivery of underwriting and claims management services.
  • Identifying suspicious or potentially fraudulent claims, arranging investigation and briefing senior managers if further action is recommended.

Qualifications and Soft Skills

  • Significant previous claims management experience in the Insurance or Legal industry essential.
  • Sound knowledge of the Insurance Contracts Act and demonstrated ability to understand and apply legal principles to the management of claims.
  • Excellent working knowledge of PC based systems and applications such as Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database systems for managing contacts, schedules and calendars is required.
  • Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline would be desirable. HSC (or equivalent) essential.
  • High level of attention to details and efficient time management skills.
  • Highly proficient relationship building skills
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills with sound business acumen abilities.
  • Has influencing skills and commercially aware negotiation skills.
  • Highly developed decision making skills and strong presentation skills.

What Next?


If you believe you can make a positive contribution to our team and want to be part of Liberty’s exciting future we would love to hear from you.

Please click APPLY NOW and attach your resume.

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Underwriting Assistant – Professional & Financial Risks | Melbourne (Maternity Leave Contract)

Location: Melbourne

Job Type: Contract

Job Area: Professional & Financial Risks

Applications Close: 29 Feb 2020

Liberty Specialty Markets, offers specialty and commercial line insurance and reinsurance across Asia Pacific.

Find out what it takes to be part of a global Fortune 100 company that exists to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.

  • Global company.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Career development opportunities.
  • Team-work culture.

Key responsibilities

  • Providing administrative and technical support for the PFR team of Underwriters based in Perth by ensuring accurate premium booking, ensuring policy and endorsement issuance to brokers is completed accurately and according to timelines, ensuring premium payments are received and broker debt register tasks are completed within individual deadlines and adherence to attestation and underwriting guidelines in efile administration.
  • Liaising closely with the Underwriters, Operations Manager, claims, risk management and other key staff to ensure seamless delivery of underwriting services.
  • Assisting the Underwriters and Operations Manager in ensuring data quality.
  • Ensuring that brokers and clients receive a high level of underwriting service that differentiates Liberty from its competitors.
  • Maintaining a highly effective and responsive working relationship with Underwriting team, customers, peers and other departments.

Qualifications and Soft Skills

  • Previous relevant experience in a similar role;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Comfortable with working with teams in different locations and time zones to your own;
  • Strong ability to learn new systems with proven technical skills;
  • Strong attention to detail and organisational skills;
  • Strong ability to improve current systems and take initiatives to streamline processes;
  • Proven ability to work to deadlines and handle multiple tasks within a pressured environment;
  • Ability to be a self-starter and a flexible and positive team player;
  • High level of professionalism and client-servicing skills; and
  • Excellent working knowledge of PC-based systems and applications such as Outlook, Word (strong and demonstrable skills in document creation and formatting) and Excel (intermediate level), and database systems.

What Next?

If you believe you can make a positive contribution to our team and want to be part of Liberty’s exciting future we would love to hear from you.

Please click APPLY NOW and attach your resume.
 
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Senior Business Analyst | Sydney

Location: Sydney

Job Type: Full Time

Job Area: Technology

Applications Close: 29 Feb 2020

Liberty Specialty Markets, offers specialty and commercial line insurance and reinsurance across Asia Pacific.
Find out what it takes to be part of a global Fortune 100 company that exists to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.

  • Global company.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Career development opportunities.
  • Team-work culture.

Key responsibilities

  • Support, maintain & develop LSM’s global and regional business applications;
  • Business process modelling where you will document and model AS-IS and TO-Be business processes;
  • Business problem identification, analysis and resolution as required;
  • Engaging the business to elicit and accurately document business, functional and technical requirements;
  • Identify gaps in procedures, recommend changes and uplift or create new procedures;
  • Establishing Communication plans for system and project impacts, facilitate workshops & meetings with the assigned business departments;
  • Identify and provide recommendations on improvements that can be made to the Regional IT, Global IT and AP business' systems and processes.

Qualifications and Soft Skills

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as a Business Analyst in the Insurance or Finance industry
  • Strong knowledge of IT concepts, frameworks and strategies
  • Strong understanding of system development lifecycle
  • Competent understanding of Agile development practices
  • Strong analytical capability – questioning, clarifying and research skills
  • Experience in documenting current state, identifying gaps and solving problems
  • Excellent communication skills and high-level stakeholder engagement skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively within a team and across business units
  • Knowledge of Underwriting systems preferred
  • ITIL certification and Degree in business or technical discipline preferred

What Next?

If you believe you can make a positive contribution to our team and want to be part of Liberty’s exciting future we would love to hear from you.
Please click APPLY NOW and attach your resume.
 
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Underwriter - Mergers and Acquisitions

Location: Sydney

Job Type: Full Time

Job Area: Global Transaction Solutions

Applications Close: 31 Dec 2019

Liberty Global Transaction Solutions (GTS) is one of the largest global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) insurance teams in the industry. With more than 50 specialists, we have helped facilitate more than 500 M&A deals a year on average. GTS offers specialized products and services to help facilitate M&A transactions for buyers and sellers, including Representations & Warranties (R&W)/Warranty & Indemnity (W&I) Insurance, Tax Liability Insurance and one-off policies created for individual contingent risks.

GTS is a standalone business unit of the Liberty Mutual Group which was originally founded in 1912 and is headquartered in Boston.  It is the fifth largest global property and casualty insurer in the world based on 2018 gross written premium and ranked in the Fortune 100 list of largest corporations in the United States with over 50,000 people in 30 countries.

Find out what it takes to be part of a global Fortune 100 company that exists to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.

  • Global company.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Career development opportunities.
  • Team-work culture.

Key responsibilities

This underwriter role is to be based in Sydney and provides a rare opportunity to develop your career as part of a market-leading, dedicated team of underwriting professionals.  We are looking for an intelligent and enthusiastic candidate to work within our regional Asia Pacific team to underwrite transaction liability risks throughout the region with a particular focus on providing warranty and indemnity insurance cover for M&A transactions.

GTS is proud of its reputation for training and developing staff and as such, this role offers great potential for an individual with a strong legal or M&A background interested in establishing or further developing expertise in this exciting and growing sector of the insurance market. The successful candidate will attend to the following responsibilities:

  • Underwriting M&A transactions including:
    • assessing target business risks
    • reviewing sale and purchase agreements and due diligence reports/materials
    • negotiating and finalising policy wording and coverage. 
  • Working as part of a joined up Asia Pacific team of underwriters as well as independently to eventually lead underwriting of transactions.
  • Ensuring that brokers and clients receive a high level of underwriting service and certainty of execution that differentiates GTS from its competitors.
  • Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with brokers and clients to facilitate deal appointments.
  • Assisting the team to build the Liberty GTS brand through marketing and business development opportunities.
  • Providing technical training and guidance to other junior members of the team.
  • Continuing to seek improvement of the product and its practices and processes.
  • Contributing to an effective team environment by interacting professionally with all team members in line with GTS core values.

Qualifications and Soft Skills

  • Sound decision making and analytical skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong negotiation skills.
  • Strong legal drafting skills and broad understanding of legal concepts.
  • Interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Business, financial and risk awareness/understanding a plus.
  • Previous solid legal experience in corporate M&A or insurance (3+ years) from a well regarded law firm.
  • Legal degree (preferably in a common law jurisdiction).
  • Previous relevant experience in warranty and indemnity insurance, M&A, or insurance/risk management generally a strong plus.

What’s Next?

If you believe you can make a positive contribution to our team and want to be part of our exciting future we would love to hear from you.

Please click APPLY NOW and attach your resume.

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We care about your privacy and the protection of your information. Click here for our Privacy Policy. By submitting an application for this role, you confirm that you have read, understood and consent to our Privacy Policy and further, that we may store any information you provide in the cloud and/or a third party platform used by the Liberty Mutual Group. You also agree that we may transfer your information to another country, including a country with different privacy laws to that of your own. You further agree that we may store your information for a period of up to 5 years and that we may contact you about relevant employment opportunities with the Liberty Mutual Group.