Insurance Paralegal/Compliance Analyst

    • White Plains, NY

About the role.

The Insurance Paralegal/Compliance Analyst will work within our Legal & Compliance department and help maintain legal and regulatory compliance through researching and communicating requirements, obtaining approvals, managing vendors, documenting processes and reporting results and measures of success.

What you'll do.

  • Research laws and regulations by reviewing various sources of legal information
  • Compile information from internal and external sources and develop matrices and overviews
  • Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, summarizing and leveraging information
  • Draft correspondence, routine contracts, letters and memoranda
  • Keep team members and other departments abreast of requirements by reporting and assisting in understanding of regulatory requirements, developing action plans, monitoring progress and deadlines, and documenting results achieved
  • Support with vendor management
  • Assist with various monitoring & reporting including DMV Errors, OFAC, HCRA, etc.
  • Maintain and periodically update internal compliance resources

What we're looking for.
  • 3+ years of experience within the legal department of a property & casualty insurance company
  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office, Westlaw and ODEN
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Flexible, curious and willing to develop stretch skills
  • Excellent deadline management, analytical and research skills
  • Concise, user friendly communication skills in all media, especially in writing and with visual tools
  • Applies emotional intelligence skills in all aspects of work
  • Highly detailed and organized, capable of prioritizing multiple tasks and consistently delivers good results
  • Demonstrates integrity, thrives on a team, exhibits team enthusiasm and earns trust and credibility
  • Internally and externally customer focused
  • Self-starter able to achieve desired outcomes independently
  • A paralegal certificate is preferred but not required

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