Lead Insurance Risk Analyst

  • EmblemHealth
  • New York, NY, United States
Full Time

Job Description


  • Perform activities related to Corporate Insurance Risk Management policy renewals (Directors and Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Managed Care Professional Liability, Property and Casualty, Cyber Risk, Workers’ Compensation, etc.) to secure commercial insurance coverages. 
  • Manage requests for certificates / identification cards; assist Risk Management Specialist as needed to track / monitor / execute on vendor contract analysis partnering with Legal and Procurement; and manage / coordinate / process to track Corporate Commercial claim / litigation filings, notices, documents, requests and correspondence.  


  • Prepare/provide support for: submissions; disclosures for insurance policy renewals; obtaining new insurance coverage; tracking and managing certificate issuance; contract review; and new risk assessment tracking. 
  • Provide support as needed in Contracts / RFPs, partnering with Legal and Procurement to provide Risk Management input to vendor contracts in accordance with established Procurement standards.
  • Manage insurance certificate issuance consistent with contract requirements  
  • Manage and track documentation of resolution of claims related activity including internal and external communications with brokers / carriers.
  • Ensure that the Risk and Litigation system is updated. 
  • Collaborate with internal business areas for tracking receipt of (primarily property/casualty) claims.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with other business units to ensure accuracy of disclosures in policies.
  • Identify any actual or potential issues that could impact compliance, coverage, etc.; work with different areas to provide guidance and recommendations. 
  • Maintain schedule of insurance coverage (including carriers, limits, key terms, dates, premium, etc.).
  • Ensure timely payment of premium invoices.
  • Assist in other initiatives and projects as needed including documentation of industry benchmarking and metrics. 
  • Review and ensure process in place to maintain recordkeeping requirements.
  • Collaborate with departmental and inter-departmental entities to identify bottlenecks; provide recommendations to streamline processes and improve efficiency/effectiveness of ongoing/cyclical submissions. 

Job Requirements:


  • Bachelor undergraduate degree, preferably in Business, Healthcare, Insurance, Finance or related field.
  • Credentials such as CPHRM, AIC, AINS, or ARM preferred.
  • Notary public licensure preferred. 
  • 5 – 8+ years’ experience with commercial insurance (Directors and Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, Managed Care Professional Liability, Property and Casualty, Cyber Risk, Workers’ Compensation, etc.) responsibilities including securing insurance, policy administration and/or claims reporting. (R)
  • Solid research, analytical, deductive reasoning, and problem identifying/resolution skills. (R) 
  • Self-starter with ability to take initiative and eager to learn. (R)
  • Proven organizational and communications skills (both verbal and written). (R) 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Adobe/Nuance (reader/writer). (R)
  • Excellent attention to detail with ability to simultaneously maintain a “big picture” view. (R)  
  • Ability work independently and manage multiple projects and priorities to accomplish deliverables on a timely basis. (R) 
  • Effective team player with proven track record of collaboration and coordination with other business areas. (R)
  • Energetic and enthusiastic with a positive attitude. (R) 
  • Knowledge of healthcare operational processes and products. (P)
  • Legal assistant background / knowledge of insurance industry regulations. (P)

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