Overview

The people of Transamerica bring expertise, creativity, heart and diverse thought to everything that we do-and to the communities where we live and work 

Are you an attorney that is well-versed in health insurance products? Do you have leadership experience and enjoy building relationships within an organization to positively influence key stakeholders? Are you a creative legal thinker and problem solver who will work to establish our company as an industry leader? 

If your answer is yes, we are looking for you!

What You Will Do: This position is a recognized company authority who provides expert and complex legal services related to supplemental health and long term care insurance products. The successful candidate will possess sufficient legal experience to work independently, manage a substantial workload, assist in mentoring other attorneys, and may be asked to participate in committees and advise the company on business matters.

What You Will Learn: You will be working with a team of ambitious and engaged professionals who bring fresh ideas and diverse perspectives to help us continually shake up the status quo and stay on the forefront of our legal processes and procedures.  You will learn what it means to work for a company that focuses on risk mitigation and process improvement as it relates to enabling us to perform at the level we need to transform and grow our business and maintain Transamerica reputation as an industry leader.

What Success Looks Like: 

Draft and/or review policy forms; assist clients with product filings and objections.
Review and approve marketing and advertising materials.
Negotiate, draft and/or review marketing, distribution, administration, TPA, and/or vendor agreements.
Provide advice regarding escalated claims and consumer complaints.
Monitor and advise on changes in laws and regulations, particularly those related to supplemental health, long term care, insurance products, ACA and HIPAA, including advising on company impact and strategy.     
Plan, conduct and supervise legal assignments that could have a substantial impact on the conduct of the company’s business.
Provide legal advice on Market Conduct issues.
Legal issues are relatively complex and facts can be uncertain; excellent legal judgment and sufficient experience will be required.
Retain and direct outside counsel.
What You Need: 

Law degree and at least one state bar admission.
Minimum of 10 years of relevant legal experience.
Superior interpersonal and communication skills.
Workload will frequently require the ability to establish priorities and meet tight deadlines.
Collaborative, innovative and forward thinking skills.
Must have strong leadership skills.


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