Underwriter Coordinator



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Salary Range

Up to USD16.00/hr

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Honolulu, HI - (USA) 737 Bishop Street Suite 122 HI Honolulu , HI 96813 Phone : 808-524-3630

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Job Description

Processes and coordinates insurance group quotes, enrollments, renewals, and rates

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Reviews and processes preliminary quotes

Distributes authorized preliminary quotes

New Group Enrollment

Reviews and processes enrollment documentation for review

Distributes authorized final rates

Forwards completed group enrollment documentation to the Billing Department

Responds to enrollment inquiries from Account Managers and other departments

Maintains the Underwriting database

Works with Account Management, Billing, Customer Service, and other departments on rate, health plan, and benefit issues

Performs additional research as required

Cross-trains on New Group Coordinator job duties

Additional duties:

Reviews and processes enrollment applications from existing groups

Contacts internal/external brokers and clients regarding enrollment application inquiries

Updates and maintains the Enrollment Tracker

Handles renewals & re-considerations

Prepares renewals for management review, taking into account loss ratio information and claims history

Researches and prepares information for review and decision-making in response to rate reconsideration requests

Prepares group renewal letters

Submits renewal reconsideration requests

Prepares reconsideration response letters for groups

Prepares rate breakdowns and options as requested by groups

Prepares and sends policy input forms to the Billing Department

Must comply with Company and Departmental policies and procedures

Performs other duties as assigned

Must be present in the office to perform job functions, except for external meetings and events

Job may be modified at any time

Qualification Required:

Minimum high school diploma or general education degree

Intermediate-level proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

Strong organizational, analytical, and time management skills

Able to consistently meet timelines

Strong oral and written communication skills

Perform research using the Internet

Work well with others and multi-task in a fast-paced environment

Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and calculate figures and amounts including decimals and percentages

Medical terminology and insurance knowledge Preferred

Basic proficiency in Microsoft Outlook Preferred*

Preferred: College degree; three years of experience in underwriting, administration or a related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred

Physical Demands*

The physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the

essential functions of this job

Able to remain in a stationary position and work on a computer for up to eight hours per workday

Frequently moving paper and hard copy files.

Able to use standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets, and fax machines