Mgr, State Filing & Statistical Reporting

Location: Dearborn, MI
Primary Duties and Responsibilities (details of the basic job functions):
  • Manages submission of statistical filings/reports as required by regulatory authorities and state insurance industry organizations and submits statistical filings as required (i.e. PCIAA-ISS, HLDI, MAIPF, IIHS, Market Conduct-NAIC, MBPIA, AIPSO, Fast Track, etc.).  Provides direction to staff on the technical requirements in programming, file formats, media specification, definitions, techniques, analyzing of data, and software requirements.  Manages maintenance and review of production user systems and documentation for statistical reporting.  Supports reporting efforts for new product implementations and/or revisions to existing products in all states and lines of business.  Provides supervision when addressing concerns presented by reporting agencies, works with internal affected areas to address the concern and maintenance of documentation in support of the submissions.  Coordinates responses to special requests from state Insurance departments, regulatory agencies and internal company departments.  Act as company administrator for various state Company and Book of Business reporting portals.  Act as liaison to other business areas in safeguarding data quality and integrity. Represent the department on cross-functional adhoc/policy fix/development teams as needed. 
  •  Coordinates state insurance department rate/rule and form filings with input from other company departments.  Reviews business requirement packages, analyzes state submission requirements and manages and supports staff in preparation of filings for submission within the System for Electronic Rate and Form Filing (“SERFF”).  Provides oversight to the rate/rule and form filing process, documentation, and subsequent correspondence with the various insurance departments with input from company departments as necessary.  Supports new product implementations and/or revisions to existing products in all states and lines of business.  Distributes and maintains manual and policy form information (i.e. Your AAA Connection).  Reviews legislative activity, insurance department and other regulatory bulletins in all states to identify changes.  Determines and communicates the impact on the company and affiliates.  
  • Coordinates and manages The Auto Club Group (“ACG”) Competitive Information Program to include: handling insurance relationship with vendors, analysis of competitive information, and expense control, managing contractual relationship with ISO, IIHS, S&P Global, Independent Statistical Services, and SERFF, and validating billing. 
  •  Work with management team in preparation of annual budget.  Cooperates and supports compliance activities of sales and corporate counsel. 
Supervisory Responsibilities (briefly describe, if applicable, or indicate None):
  • Responsible for the selection, hiring, training development and coaching and reviewing of assigned staff.  Supervises professional and technical support personnel in the completion of projects.
Required Qualifications (these are the minimum requirements to qualify):
Education (include minimum education and any licensing/certifications):
  • Associate degree in Accounting, Computer Science, Finance, Mathematics or a related field
  • generating reports relative to NAII, NHTSA, HLDI, NAIC, AIPEX, VOLEX requirements and guidelines
  • statistical reporting, balancing, design and review
  • analyzing requests for information to determine required data and interfacing with technical staff to develop appropriate response
  • managing projects/personnel to stated goals/deadlines
    Knowledge and Skills:
  1. Knowledge of property/casualty insurance to include:
  2. insurance rate/form filing requirements
  3. coverage (ISO and independent)
  4. industry practices
  5. insurance publications and data sources
  6. statistical legislative and other regulatory publications
Ability to:
  1. analyze rate revisions and statistical changes on all lines of business.
  2. analyze statistical bulletins, insurance department and other regulatory bulletins to facilitate necessary manual changes.
  3. analyze and present information for senior management to enhance corporate decision making process.
  4. perform analysis of automated/manual systems and processes
  5. communicate effectively both inside and outside of the department

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Computer Science, Finance, Mathematics or a related field
  • Insurance related coursework (AAN, IIA, ISNA, CPCU, or AICP)
Tami Andrade Fitzpatrick
Senior Recruiter
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