Compliance Coordinator

Job Summary
This Compliance Coordinator is responsible for general administrative and accounting functions within the legal/compliance department.

Responsible for routine insurance compliance administrative activities
Review, allocate and pay invoices from third party vendors
Reconcile, allocate and pay invoices for fees from various DOIs
Communicate as needed with DOIs, Bureaus and Program Managers
Open and appropriately distribute incoming mail, including mail to be forwarded to Program Managers
Responsible for daily tasks such as opening and appropriately distributing incoming mail, including mail to be forwarded to Program Managers; processing, appropriately archiving and distributing passive litigation; Loss Run requests;, Workers Compensation Crits/Notices
Take incoming calls that reception staff are unable to handle; guide the caller to the appropriate Program Manager or other resource
Maintain a basic knowledge of products and markets being served by SNC's Program Managers

Additional Responsibilities
Provide administrative support to management as needed

JOB Qualifications:
Ability to work independently and meet deadlines with little supervision
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong customer service skills
Strong organizational skills
Strong attention to detail
Basic knowledge of account reconciliation and accounts receivable processes
Familiarity with cost allocation methodologies
DOI Consumer Complaint and/or litigation handling knowledge helpful

High School Diploma or equivalent required
Some college preferred
1 to 3 years of accounting experience preferred
Insurance company or agency experience helpful
Standard office environment:
May be required to sit for extended periods of time
Machinery and Equipment to be operated:
Standard office equipment: computers, printers, phones, fax machine, and copier

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