Who we are at Embroker
Embroker is the radically simple destination for industry-tailored commercial insurance. Our mission is to make it radically easier for businesses to get the right coverage at the best price. With a technology-first, customer-centric approach, Embroker is changing how businesses protect themselves, their staff, and their customers. In 2015, Embroker has raised over $150M in funding from leading fintech investors.
BASE SALARY $150,000 - $200,000
* POSITION CAN SIT REMOTELY ANYWHERE IN THE US.
As an early member of the Claims team, you will play a critical role within the Embroker Insurance group by providing key feedback on claim systems and processes. This position will manage a variety of EPL, D&O, Cyber, Crime and Fiduciary claims and conduct detailed coverage analysis and critical claim management to drive cost effective and timely resolutions while providing first-in-class service to our policyholders. This position will also closely collaborate with Claims and Insurance team leadership, and internal data, actuarial, and distribution teams.
The Embroker Pack lives by three core values that have taken us from an idea to a growing, well-funded player in the Insurtech space.
We succeed and fail as one team. We optimize for what is best for our entire organization. We always assume positive intent.
We are 100% committed. We move fast and are proud of what we build. We attack challenges with relentless positivity.
We strive to amaze and delight at every touchpoint. We make our work fun through teamwork, play, and positive energy.
We believe that systemic structures and practices disproportionately disadvantage the most marginalized people in society — including people of color, people from working-class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQ people. We believe that these communities must be represented and included in the work we do to make our Pack stronger and more creative, and improve the way we do business. We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or members of other marginalized communities.