We’re united by a mission: to make the world a safer place. Corvus Insurance uses novel data and artificial intelligence/machine learning to achieve better insights into commercial insurance risk. Our software empowers brokers and policyholders to better predict and prevent complex claims through data-driven tools and Smart Commercial Insurance® policies. This allows us to reduce or eliminate the impact of adverse events, creating a safer world for everyone. Drawing inspiration from the intelligent, tool-building corvid family of birds, we are a team of high-flying collaborative builders. We’re excited to meet you. Spread your wings, and soar with us.

Corvus is looking to hire a Process Improvement Manager. In this new and highly visible role reporting to the Chief Product Officer, you'll drive process improvements across our underwriting process, leading to greater operational efficiency and scale. Our ideal candidate is a strategic and data-driven problem solver who loves optimizing processes by analyzing, experimenting, and iterating. 

Responsibilities

  • Analyze and measure the effectiveness of our underwriting process from end to end and identify gaps in technology and resources 
  • Partner with the Chief Product Officer and other members of the leadership team on scoping and executing process changes that drive long-term business value for Corvus
  • Work with internal stakeholders (Product, Underwriting, etc) to understand current pain points and develop scalable solutions 
  • Report on the the effectiveness of process improvements and make enhancements as appropriate 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • 3+ years of hands-on process improvement experience; technology and/or consulting  experience preferred
  • Proven ability to identify and drive process improvements resulting in greater operational efficiency
  • Data-driven mindset and strong analytical skills
  • Strong business acumen with a passion for new technologies 
  • Self-starter who can work well independently while establishing and building strong cross-functional partnerships
  • Experience with Looker, Tableau, and/or Domo is a plus 

Our Commitment

Corvus provides a seriously safe nest for people who come from all paths. Our flock represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. Although confidence can sometimes hold us back from applying for a job, we believe there's no such thing as a 'perfect' candidate.  Corvus is a place where everyone can grow. So however you identify and whatever background you bring, please apply if this is a role that would make you excited to come into work every day.  And please check out what it's like to be a Corvid and our amazing benefits: https://www.corvusinsurance.com/life-at-corvus 

Covid-19 Response: We look forward to inviting Corvids into our offices when it’s safe and they are comfortable. That said, Corvus has always embraced a hybrid work environment with a flexible policy that empowers our employees to decide what is best for their own health and wellbeing. We’re committed to continuing this environment into the future.

Corvus is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation with our hiring process due to a disability, contact us at 857-259-3995 or careers@corvusinsurance.com. 

Disclaimer: Bird puns are highly encouraged!

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