Corporate Paralegal (Property & Casualty Insurance)

  • PURE Insurance
  • White Plains, NY, USA
  • Jul 15, 2021
Full time Insurance

Job Description

About the role.
The Corporate Paralegal will work within our Legal & Compliance Department and with various Departments throughout the Company.  This is a dynamic position for a self-starting, intellectually curious legal analyst/paralegal who is willing to dive into a number of projects while at the same time independently handling ordinary matters needed to support the day-to-day operations of the Company.

What you’ll do.

  • Assist with Board and corporate governance matters

  • Research laws and regulations typically related to insurance and corporate governance

  • Help prepare and file regulatory filings, such as insurance holding company and affiliated party filings, and help respond to regulatory inquires

  • Draft correspondence, letters and memoranda

  • Maintain  Department Compliance calendar to assure regulatory requirements are adhered to

  • Independently prioritize and respond to a wide range of questions from business partners

  • Maintain and improve logs to track vendor contracts, regulatory inquires, subpoena and other matters

  • Compile information from internal and external sources to develop matrices and overviews

  • Prepare reports by collecting, analyzing, summarizing and leveraging information

What we’re looking for.

  • 7+ years of experience within the legal department of a property & casualty insurance company Bachelor’s degree required

  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office, Excel, Westlaw, ODEN, and BoardVantage

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Flexible, curious and willing to develop stretch skills

  • Excellent deadline management, analytical and research skills

  • Applies emotional intelligence skills in all aspects of work

  • Highly detailed and organized, capable of prioritizing multiple tasks and consistently delivers good results

  • Internally and externally customer focused

  • Licensed notary is preferred but not required