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Company Name: Navy Mutual Aid Association

Company Location: Headquarters in Arlington, Virginia

Job Description: The Sr. Claims Representative will provide technical guidance and subject matter expertise for all claims-related activities.  This role will have the primary responsibility for all activities and information surrounding death benefits, death audit, unclaimed property, and escheatment processes.

Job Title: Senior Claims Representative

What will you be doing? 

  • The Sr. Claims Representative plays a crucial role in assisting the Claims & Beneficiary Services team as it pertains to complex claims processing.
  • Responsibilities include analyzing and communicating complex coverage issues, developing timely evaluations and effective strategies to resolve these complex claims most efficiently, and ensuring the highest level of service and communication to internal (staff) and external (members) stakeholders.
  • This role will be the subject matter expert on documentation surrounding death benefit payments, which include but are not limited to trusts, wills, divorce settlements, powers of attorney, and estates.
  • The position requires a highly knowledgeable and experienced professional with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, who thrives in a collaborative environment with mission-driven colleagues.

What do you bring?

  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 5-7 years of prior life insurance claims and benefits experience.  Having a professional designation such as CLU, FLMI, ACS, etc. is highly preferred.
  • Previous experience in a professional claim and/or customer service environment is a must.
  • Working knowledge of common legal and medical terminology as it relates to claims and the impact on payouts.
  • Demonstrated experience with death auditing, unclaimed property, and escheatment processes.
  • Working knowledge of insurance policy administration system including reporting experience is essential.
  • Working knowledge of claims operations, financial services, or financial/estate counseling and education is a plus.
  • Candidates must have a proven ability to balance multiple projects successfully, and meet deadlines, while being fully responsible for keeping day-to-day operations current.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, etc.) is a must.
  • Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to work with sensitive situations in a caring and professional manner, interpersonal skills, and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others at all levels.
  • Must have strong analytical and organizational skills, detail-oriented, and possess sound leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.

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Company Name: EquiTrust Life Insurance Company

Company Location: 7100 Westown Parkway, Suite 200 West Des Moines, Iowa 50266

Job Description: The Compliance Analyst (Advertising Review) plays a crucial role in upholding the integrity and regulatory compliance of all advertising and marketing materials.  This Compliance Analyst is responsible for ensuring and enabling the adherence to advertising compliance policies by reviewing and approving advertising materials and collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure adherence to industry regulations.  The Compliance Analyst (Advertising Review) will leverage their deep understanding of the life and annuity industry and the related financial products and services to effectively maintain compliance within EquiTrust’s advertisements.  Additionally, this role will be responsible for drafting and modernizing our forms that are used throughout the sales lifecycle.

Job Title: Compliance Analyst (Advertising Review)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Follows, implements, and adheres to advertising compliance policies and procedures in alignment with insurance industry regulations.
  • Reviews and approves advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with industry guidelines and internal policies.
  • Provides guidance and training to internal teams, including marketing, sales, and legal departments, on advertising compliance requirements.
  • Stays current with changes in financial industry regulations and update compliance policies as needed.
  • Collaborates with internal legal counsel as necessary to address compliance issues and inquiries.
  • Monitors and tracks advertising campaigns, keeping detailed records and documentation of compliance efforts.
  • Conducts periodic audits and reviews to identify and rectify potential compliance violations.
  • Collaborates with other departments to modernize forms and documents.
  • Supports the Regulatory and Compliance team and/or other departments on an as needed basis.
  • Willingly takes on additional responsibilities as requested in order to accomplish department and Company objectives.
  • Actively participates and contributes to the goals and objectives of the Company by working collaboratively and fostering a positive and inclusive work environment.

Skills and Abilities

  • Exceptional attention to detail, analytical skills, and the ability to interpret complex regulatory requirements.
  • Strong communication skills to work with advisors, vendors, and internal teams and the ability to collaborate across departments.
  • Proficiency in relevant software and compliance tools
  • Ability to work independently, meet deadlines, and adapt to a fast-paced and changing regulatory environment.
  • Ability to prioritize workflows, establish and meet deadlines and manage multiple concurrent tasks.
  • Document and Form drafting experience.

Training or Work Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in advertising compliance within a life insurance and/or annuity, or financial services industry required.
  • 5 years of experience in advertising compliance within a financial services industry is preferred.
  • Experience in advertising compliance within a financial services industry at a broker/dealer firm preferred.


  • Bachelor’s Degree required: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field is preferred.

Working Conditions

  • Infrequent travel (less than 5% of the time).

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Company Name:  National Life Group

Company Location: One National Life Drive,  Montpelier, VT 05604

Title: Compliance Advisor/Associate Director – Advertising Guidance

What will you be doing?

We are looking for an experience and talented Compliance professional who can partner with our business colleagues to address regulatory concerns and solution to business needs.  The position, in consultation with home office and field associates, will review life, annuity, securities, and investment advisory advertising in a timely fashion ensuring compliance with advertising regulations, and to provide regulatory support to both our field offices and various home office business units.  The role requires providing input and direction to assist business partners on how to address advertising regulations, as they relate to marketing our products and advancing the company’s brand.  The Company’s primary products include fixed life insurance, including indexed universal life insurance, along with living benefits, and annuity products.

Key Responsibilities

  • Conduct advertising review of various field office and producer generated materials, including newsletters, presentations and related seminar materials, form letters, mass emails, software programs, and sales systems.
  • Support and review online, web-based, and social media submissions such as profiles, posts, interactive activities, messages, and other content to ensure adherence to applicable regulations and alignment with company policies and procedures, including the following platforms: LinkedIn, Facebook Business, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and additional platforms as needed.
  • Provide timely compliance reviews and revisions for home office generated advertising materials and marketing initiatives, including:
    • New product launches
    • Consumer brochures, flyers, social and web marketing, and email marketing
    • Agent training presentations, guidebooks, and webinars
  • Work closely with business units to develop compliant marketing programs and materials, including social media and digital initiatives, and solution to other business needs.
  • File life insurance advertising materials with states and securities advertising with FINRA.
  • Assist with the implementation of new and/or revised procedures to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Participate in preparing and delivering advertising review training to producers, office managers, general agents, regional VPs and home office associates as needed, including training on social media and digital.
  • Actively monitor agent use of advertising, including website and social media content.
  • Address compliance issues identified through monitoring reviews, complaints, and investigations.
  • Manage vendor relationships for compliance systems.
  • Assist with updating procedures and associated documentation.
  • Participate in compliance forums with industry peers.
  • Perform other duties, as assigned.

Key Experience and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
  • Extensive Fixed Life Insurance & Annuity industry experience, with 5+ years reviewing life and annuity advertising materials required.
  • FINRA Series 7 and 24 registrations required.
  • Experience reviewing securities and financial planning advertising materials a plus.
  • Experience in handling regulatory matters in a Compliance setting required.
  • LOMA certifications preferred, specifically the AIRC designation.
  • Effectively work in a team environment, with strong collaboration and customer service focus.
  • Ability to research, interpret, and communicate complex regulatory subject matters, knowing when to seek guidance from more experienced team members.
  • Excellent written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to recommend creative solutions to meet regulatory and business needs.
  • Demonstrated tact and professionalism and the ability to interact with leaders at all levels of the Company and the Field on sensitive matters.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, with a high degree of accuracy.

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Company Name: Trustmark Mutual Holding Company

Company Location: Lake Forest, Illinois

Title: Executive Director, Insurance Compliance

What will you be doing?  Responsible for managing all aspects of insurance and third-party administrator insurance compliance and regulatory relations for an insurance mutual holding company.

Key Responsibilities

Insurance and Third-Party Administrator (TPA) Business Compliance

  • Develop and implement compliance monitoring and oversight programs to ensure regulatory compliance within Trustmark’s insurance and TPA businesses
      • Align regulatory requirements to business operations, identify compliance risks in business processes, and help business understand and design controls to mitigate such risks
      • Implement a risk-based compliance monitoring and testing program in partnership with business partners and other enterprise assurance stakeholders
      • Address and/or escalate compliance risks as needed, perform and document root-cause analyses, propose and advise on risk-based solutions, and track corrective actions to completion
  • Manage team responsible for filing policies/forms; reviewing business collateral for compliance risks; and providing support for business changes (changes in product mix, changes in legal requirements, changes in processes or technology)
  • Develop processes and approach to overseeing compliance obligations of managing general agents or other key service providers engaged by Trustmark
  • Assist business in responding to compliance due diligence requests or inspections by insurers or employers who utilize Trustmark’s TPAs
  • Provide advice on compliance controls to mitigate insurance fraud, money laundering, elder abuse, or other criminal schemes relevant to the life and health insurance industry.
  • Stay abreast of pertinent insurance compliance requirements by participating in industry groups, coordinating closely within the Law Department, and participating in continuous education.

Market Conduct Program Oversight

  • Design and implement a comprehensive market conduct/unfair trade practices oversight program, including metrics and dashboards for monitoring and trending purposes
  • Manage team responsible for preparing Market Conduct Annual Statement submissions; utilize market conduct reports for benchmarking and reporting purposes.
  • Manage team responsible for complaints program and reporting; utilize complaints and feedback data to identify areas of risk and inform monitoring/testing program.
  • Stay abreast on state DOI, NAIC, DOL and industry market regulation developments and best practices

Regulatory Relations

  • Manage teams responsible for regulatory reporting, insurance/TPA/Utilization Review licensing and renewals, and other data calls.
  • Manage examination management team; develop exam protocols, checklists, and plans; track findings to conclusion and incorporate them into standard business practices.
  • Develop insurance compliance records repository and filing systems; provide subject matter expertise in retention requirements for insurance compliance records.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders and service providers to ensure accurate and timely DOI pre-approvals of agreements and other filings with state DOIs.


  • Participate on workgroups, committees or councils as compliance representative related to the above responsibilities to provide value to the enterprise.
  • Responsible for performance and development of direct reports
  • Manage external clients and deadlines, including contracts and contractors, vendors, and consultants.
  • Build relationships within and outside Law Department to facilitate compliance goals
  • Create measurable performance drivers and develop plan for assessment of set metrics
  • Manage and prioritize team workflow to ensure Law Department and Compliance team goals are attained
  • Identify efficiency opportunities and increase effectiveness of Law Department and Compliance team.

Compliance Education and Professional Development

  • Manage Compliance team’s knowledge development within scope of responsibility to ensure readiness for enterprise growth
  • Advise Chief Compliance Officer in development of ongoing education and professional development opportunities for Compliance team and other stakeholders
  • Develop library of compliance resources and skills matrices for Compliance team
  • Continuous development of knowledge of industry practices to provide guidance to enterprise.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 10 years’ work experience, including at least 5 years of work experience developing, managing, or auditing compliance programs within insurance, financial services, health, or other highly regulated industries.
  • Experience advising on laws and regulations and interacting with regulatory agencies in insurance, health, or other highly regulated industries.
  • Ability to drive execution and implementation of key programs with minimal oversight.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent analytical skills and judgment.
  • Experience managing direct reports.

Preferred Requirements

  • Life/health/long-term care insurance and TPA in-house compliance experience.
  • ERISA and stop-loss product experience.
  • Advanced compliance, insurance and/or risk management certifications (e.g., CCEP, AIRC).
  • Experience in using, selecting and/or implementing compliance technology.
  • Experience mapping business processes and designing compliance controls.
  • Job experience with an insurance industry coalition or a department of insurance in a permanent or contracted capacity.
  • Juris Doctor, Masters’ or other advanced degree in law, risk management, insurance operations, business, or accounting.

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