Progressive Insurance

Data Analyst III (2737177)
Location: Mayfield Heights, Ohio - United States
Posted: 9/12/2019

Data Analyst III

Job Details
This analyst position is part of the injury/medical claims analysis team. The primary objective of this team is to (a) develop measurements, metrics and reporting (b) quantify risks and opportunities, and (c) influence process changes to drive optimal outcome. We operate in a fairly data-rich environment. The key to success is how we make use of the available data to draw insights.

Job responsibilities of the successful candidate will include -
a) playing leadership role in supporting Claims Outcome Advisor(COA), which is a tool used to evaluate injury claims. Specific responsibilities will include tuning portfolio analysis, retunings and analysis and reporting based on data collected from COA.
b) performing various analyses and reporting to support process improvement pilots and claims segmentation to improve accuracy or efficiency of Injury/medical claims business.
c) Trend/Decomposition analyses that identifies drivers of the overall trend and their contribution.
d) Other adhoc analyses depending on business need.

The candidate will work with a manager and other analysts in the team. Claims or Insurance background is not a must.

- Bachelor's degree in a quantitative discipline such as Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics or economics required. Master's preferred
- Experience or education background in writing SQL/DB2 queries and developing program logic, knowledge of SAS is desirable.
- 1 or 2 years of experience in computer programming or business analysis required.
- Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills; good team-working abilities.

Additional Requirments / Information

Job Capacity:Employee (full-time)
Minimum Education Level:See Job Description
Visa Sponsorship: No
Related Industries:Insurance
Progressive Facts:

  • Year founded: 1937
  • Number of Progressive People: 19,000 countrywide
  • Number of offices: 350+ countrywide
  • Number of Authorized Agents: 30,000+ countrywide

    Industry Ranking:

    The fourth largest writer of private passenger auto insurance in the United States and the nation's largest writer of private passenger auto insurance through independent agents. Progressive is also the number one writer of motorcycle insurance in the US.

    Our History

    After purchasing five small auto service companies, Progressive Mutual Insurance Company was formed in Cleveland, March 10, 1937 by lawyers Joseph Lewis and Jack Green. The two founders provided auto-related services including insurance, while forever thinking of innovative ways to serve their customers.

    But turmoil in the world in the early part of the 20th century was affecting American business, and Progressive was no different. America's focus on the war effort left the company struggling, frequently requiring capital contributions. It wasn't until the end of World War II that auto insurance became more popular and Progressive emerged small but solid.

    With Progressive's constant drive to be one step ahead, in 1979, the company began experimenting with products for the financial services community. In 1994, Progressive surpassed $2 billion in premiums. The next year, forward-thinking Progressive became one of the first major auto insurance companies with a presence on the World Wide Web.

    What Makes Progressive Progressive?

    The country's fourth largest auto insurer, Progressive has been called a visionary company that is leading a wave of change within the industry. But what makes Progressive so progressive? Innovative products, a distinctive culture, and most importantly, a relentless commitment to providing unparalleled customer service.

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