Our Culture

It’s Not Only A Job, It’s Home

At G.R. Klinefelter we pride ourselves on creating a family environment for our employees. From recent college graduates to seasoned professionals, we welcome new additions to our staff at every level and hope you will find yourself right at home on our team.

Your Career

Committed To A Career

We’re looking for dedicated professionals who are committed to building a career, not just accepting a job, with G.R. Klinefelter. We offer opportunities for advancement and growth throughout the industry for any employee ready to rise to the challenge.

All-Encompassing Skill Sets

Working in the insurance industry requires an all-encompassing skill set that expands beyond knowledge of underwriting, claims adjustments, and appraisals. Our industry requires individuals who also have a strong mind for communication, math and sciences, law, construction and engineering, customer service, psychology, and public relations. Well-rounded employees bring great talents to our team.

Join The Family

Benefits

When you join the family, it is important to have a peace of mind when it comes to benefits. Our benefits include top of the line medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance and paid time off.

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General Application

Underwriting Assistant

Underwriting Assistant Basic Purpose To assist underwriters in processing of risks for insurance that meet the company's established underwriting guidelines. This position provides support to the underwriting department; including but not limited to quoting and issuing new business, making changes to existing policies, and performing miscellaneous tasks to support the underwriting department. Job Description
  • Review and issue New Business; comparing approved quote to application and documentation in file, to identify any errors or omissions and ensure policy is issued accurately.
  • Review renewal policies to ensure risk continues to meet company guidelines; perform basic underwriting, send out renewal letters, contact with agents to request any needed information.
  • Process endorsement requests and mortgagee changes.
  • Provide timely and courteous responses to agents and policyholders.
  • Order and review miscellaneous reports needed for underwriting, such as credit checks and property inspections.
  • Process return mail.
  • Meet and maintain company standards for accuracy and productivity.
  • Assist underwriters and supervisor in other assigned projects and administrative tasks.
Qualifications
  • College education or high school diploma or GED with relevant work experience
  • Strong computer skills and advanced experience with Microsoft Office
  • Solid analytical and math skills
  • Solid verbal and communication skills; must be able to communicate effectively and professionally
  • Ability to work and think independently while also collaborating with team members as needed
  • Prior underwriting or insurance experience is preferred
  • Must have excellent customer service skills and a desire to assist
  • Excellent research, time management and problem-solving skills
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