Crop Compliance Analyst

Overview:
Be Here. Be Great. Working for a leader in the insurance industry means opportunity for you. Great American Insurance Group, a member of American Financial Group, is a Fortune 500 company consistently recognized as a top place to work. We combine a "small company" culture where your ideas will be heard with "big company" expertise to help you succeed. With over 30 specialty property and casualty operations and a variety of financial services, there are always opportunities here to learn and grow.
Responsibilities:
Evaluates and ensures that programs are administered in accordance with approved policies and procedures.
Provides support in the evaluation and handling of claim audits and quality control activities.
Act as a liaison with management in completing and evaluating required Quality Control and Compliance audits.
Administer / complete field audit reviews, as assigned.
Provide support and assistance to management on compliance and litigation issues.
Assists in investigations and completion of controversial claims.
Provide input on potential referrals to the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) and / or Corporate Security.
Compiles and generates status / tracking reports.
Interacts with various levels of Claims management to communicate audit findings and recommend solutions for continuous process improvement.
May assist in the review of and / or response to regulatory inquiries and litigated matters.
Evaluates claims activities of other departments and / or companies.
Advises on policy interpretation. Participates in training activities and may participate in system testing.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience.
1 to 3 years of related experience, including Audit experience. Progression toward professional certification or designation preferred; potential appropriate certifications / designations could include AIC (Associate in Claims Program) or FLHC (Fellow Life and Health Claims).
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