The General Insurance
5 yrs required
Nashville, TN, United States
Insurance, Account Management, Automotive
The General is seeking a Regulatory Attorney to join our company.
Who We Are
We are one of the fastest growing and most exciting companies in the insurance industry to work for today. We’re proud to say we’ve been in the insurance business for over 50 years.
Because of our rapid rate of expansion, we’re looking for the best talent to help The General® bring quality insurance to people across the country. Ask any of our employees and they’ll tell you that life at The General® is a challenging, fast-paced, exciting experience that offers a competitive total rewards package, healthy work/life balance and an exciting working environment.
You’ll gain crucial insights from your potential coworkers who bring different backgrounds and professional experiences to The General®. You’ll also find there are plenty of opportunities for advancement in the ranks – if you’ve got the ambition. (Just don’t try and achieve the rank of General –there’s only one of him!) The work culture at The General® is one that celebrates diversity, team spirit, and good old-fashioned hard work.
What You'll Do
As the Regulatory Attorney, you will responsible for supporting regulatory compliance enterprise wide by development and execution of best practices and processes focused on speed-to-market, consistency and compliance for all functions related to the implementation of regulatory and legislative changes or enhancements to the company’s core products through collaboration with various business partners and risk identification and mitigation. Responsibilities include:
Who You Are
You have the keen ability to analyze and interpret relevant laws to determine the compliance impact to the business. You are experienced with Microsoft Office Applications and have intermediate Microsoft Excel skills. You have experience with the rate/rule/forms development and filing process within property and casualty.
You bring a Juris Doctor and admission to at least one state bar. You bring 5+ years of property and casualty experience, with 2+ years of automobile insurance experience. You have an active license to practice law.
The General Insurance