Reinsurance Analyst - McLeansville (University)

Employment-based non-immigrant visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered for this specific job opportunity
The Role
Willis Re currently has an opening for a Reinsurance Analyst position. The candidate supports the senior brokers in all aspects of securing new and servicing existing clients. This position operates in a fast paced, project oriented environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include, but not limited to, the following:
Create spreadsheets and provide data analysis, as requested by Senior Brokers
Generate PowerPoint Presentations for meetings with clients and prospects and ensure they are Willis Tower Watson Re brand compliant
Send out submissions and final documents
Work with Analytical teams (Catastrophe Management Services, Actuarial, Financial Services, etc.) as needed
Attend and participate in Renewal and Wrap Up meetings
Organize and manage reinsurer and client interactions
Complete projects as assigned, which may include but are not limited to: data modeling and analysis, industry research, RFPs and other various topics.
Gather, organize and analyze quotes received, update Quote Sheets
Work with Contracts department to update Contracts, Clauses, etc. as needed
Ensure compliance with WTWEM (Willis Tower Watson Excellence Model) procedures.
Know how to research topical subjects, such as ACA changes, etc., and keep the team informed on updates/changes.
The Requirements
Bachelor's Degree from a Four-Year College or University with a minimum GPA of 3.0
Understanding and commitment to a customer focus from a sales and service viewpoint.
Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts (Higher quantitative skills a plus)
Excellent work ethic and organizational skills
Strong interpersonal skills and team orientation
Innovative thinker and creative problem solver
Self-starter and takes initiative
Solid written and verbal communication skills (Proven Public Speaking and Presentation Skills a plus)
Proficient with Information Technology, particularly Microsoft Office Products
Excellent Time Management skills

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