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The Property and Casualty Manager is responsible for property and casualty activities at the Arkansas Insurance Department. This position is governed by state and

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Provides administrative direction to a subordinate professional and administrative support staff by developing and establishing goals and objectives, evaluating project assignments, providing interpretation of policies and laws, resolving difficult or complex insurance issues, and evaluating work performance. Develops, revises and implements agency policy and procedure related to the property and casualty program; ensures adherence to state and federal laws and guidelines; interprets and applies legislation and guidelines. Researches and compiles statutory required reports and testifies before legislative committees, the General Assembly, and hearings before the Insurance Commissioner. Represents Commissioner in hearings and court concerning specific issues of property and casualty insurance and on various national panels. Provides budget information to upper level management, including staffing needs, capital improvements, expense items, and technology requirements. Develops technology systems to facilitate review of insurance contract language, forms, and premium determination plans, makes information available to the public through the internet, and provides expertise and knowledge concerning industry use of electronic systems for rating and underwriting. Responds to inquiries and/or represents the agency at meetings with other organizations, public officials, and officials of private industry impacted by the agency. Coordinates department activities with other departments within or outside the agency to facilitate the transfer of information and accomplishment of agency goals. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of state and federal laws, rules and regulations related to property and casualty insurance. Knowledge of agency mission and program policy and procedures. Knowledge of department staffing and administrative services, fiscal management, support services, specials funds, and insurers. Ability to supervise a subordinate professional and administrative support staff in property and casualty insurance activities. Ability to draft new and revise existing statues and participate in negotiation and drafting of model laws related to insurance regulation. Ability to develop, revise and implement program policy and procedure. Ability to develop technology systems related to insurance activities. Ability to interpret and apply legislation and guidelines and provide advice, information, and technical guidance on insurance issues. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in economics, business administration, public administration, or a related field; plus eight years of progressively more responsible work experience in insurance program administration or a related field, including four years in a professional management capacity.

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