AmTrust Financial Services, Inc.

  • Accounting Manager

    Job Locations US-GA-Alpharetta
    Requisition ID
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    AmTrust Financial, a multinational property and casualty insurer,  is currently recruiting for am  Accounting Manager in Alpharetta, Georgia.  In this role you will assist the department in directing the organization’s assigned risk functions and supervising the operation of the department, including NCCI reporting, Broker Commission Calculations and general ledger and financial reporting as well as working with external auditors




    • Customarily and regularly directs the work of three employee and other employees in the Finance department
    • Review, payment and reconciliation of quarterly remittances to three pools
    • Premium tax and assessment accruals and reimbursement calculations from NCCI
    • Broker commission calculations/resolutions
    • Maintenance of accounting controls
    • TPA billing and receipts
    • General Ledger and financial reporting for AmTrust South
    • Prepares and evaluates budgets and other financial operating reports, and presents findings and recommendations to management
    • Review of Accounts Receivable processes and reconciliations
    • Wire templates and wire activity reporting
    • User and User Rights Verifications through NOAH, ORACLE, WELLS FARGO, ANAClaims, ANA Accounting, ANAWC, ANA CheckWriting, ANAProducer
    • You will be responsible to prepare and approve balance sheet reconciliations
    • Calculate quarterly TPA Bonus
    • Supervise the premium refund process



    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field required
    • 5+ years experience in accounting with at least two years in a supervisory role
    • Insurance industry is required
    • Must have experience working with external auditors
    • Most be proficient in computer software and Excel
    • Strong communication skills both written and verbal


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