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Delta Dental of Rhode Island

Senior Underwriter



Job Description
The Senior Underwriter position requires extensive knowledge of both dental and medical underwriting with a full understanding of underwriting practices of other insurance carriers, the marketplace, the competition, and actuarial practices. Applies underwriting judgment and rationale in making decisions independently. Assists the AVP with overseeing the department to ensure work is appropriately distributed and requests are approved and completed within requested timeframes. The Senior Underwriter will review and approve the financial accuracy of work prepared by Underwriting staff and will assist with job training as needed.







About Delta Dental of Rhode Island
Delta Dental of Rhode Island is the state's leading dental insurer, administering dental benefits for nearly 738,000 members. Headquartered in Providence, we remain a symbol of strength and stability in the local dental insurance arena.

Our strength is evidenced by the fact that 95% of our customers said they were satisfied or very satisfied with our overall performance last year. And 92% said they would recommend Delta Dental to a friend or relative.

For more than 50 years, Delta Dental has provided affordable dental insurance to employers, individuals and families across the country. As the nation’s largest, most experienced dental benefits carrier, Delta Dental protects more than one-third of the estimated 166 million Americans with dental insurance- covering more than 59.5 million people in over 97,900 groups nationwide.



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