ORS Partners

Policy Administration Product Manager

Job Locations US | US-PA-Exton
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/25/2020 2:43 PM)
ID
2019-6637
# of Openings
1
Category
Product / Project Management (non-IT)

Overview

 

We are currently looking for a Policy Administration Product Manager. 

 

As a product manager for iPipeline, you will be a key part of our team advancing our policy administration system.  Working closely with corporate strategy, user experience and product engineering counterparts, you will be responsible for defining roadmaps and championing product requirements from conception through product delivery. You will also serve as a conduit to sales, marketing, support, professional services and the broader iPipeline ecosystem. 

 

You will communicate the product strategy and roadmap both internally and externally. This position represents a key role within the iPipeline product team.

 

Ideal Candidate: 

 

  • You have held leadership roles in the insurance industry, particularly involving policy administration IT systems 
  • You enjoy developing quick proofs of concepts, sharing those concepts with your customers, and shaping those ideas into actual products 
  • You track technology trends, and have an uncanny ability leverage new technology to change the status quo 
  • You love engineers, and you are excited to work collaboratively with them to build amazing products. 

Responsibilities

  • Define and communicate the strategic direction and roadmap for specific iPipeline products to the marketplace and internal stakeholders, including senior executives. 
  • Develop business plans for new product introduction, including market analysis, product definition, pricing, competitive positioning, sales strategy and financial projections.  
  • Identify the product requirements through market review and requirements definition, including customer workgroups, design partners, and product advisory councils. 
  • Educate engineering and architecture teams on product requirements. 

 

 

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years of insurance product management experience, specifically focused on policy administration systems 
  • Experience with agile software development methodologies 
  • BS in computer science or business degree 
  • Exceptionally strong product conceptualization skills 
  • Exceptional oral and written skills and strong client-facing, consultative selling skills 
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to juggle multiple projects and consistently meet deadlines and objectives 
  • Familiarity with the latest product management, software as a service, technology trends and best practices 
  • Comfortable working with multiple enterprise stakeholders, including senior sales, marketing, customer success, professional services, finance, and operations executives 

 

Desired Skills: 

  • Previous experience as a software developer or product UI designer a plus 
  • Global product requirement definition a plus 
  • MBA or similar degree a plus 

 

 

iPipeline is a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for the life insurance and financial services industry. Through our SaaS solutions, we accelerate and simplify insurance sales, compliance, operations, and support. We provide process automation and seamless integration between every participant in the life insurance industry including carriers, agents (such as financial advisors and independent insurance agents), distributors (such as banks, broker-dealers, and general agencies) and consumers. Our innovative solutions enable automated processing for pre-sales, point-of-sale execution of applications, post-sale support, reporting, consumer delivery and agency management.

 

iPipeline makes it easier for people to purchase investment and insurance products that secure their financial future. With headquarters in Exton, Pennsylvania, iPipeline has locations in Cheltenham (UK), Fort Lauderdale, Huntersville (NC), Ontario (CA), Philadelphia, and Salt Lake City. Visit www.ipipeline.com.

 

 

 

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