We exist for American workers and their employers — who are the backbone of our economy. That is where Centivo comes in — our mission is to bring affordable, high-quality healthcare to the millions of Americans who struggle to pay their healthcare bills.
Centivo is looking for a Financial Analyst to join our team!
The Financial Analyst will help support the Sales team in developing and delivering analyses to prospects. We are looking for someone who will work cross-functionally with the Network and Actuarial functions to clean, analyze, and synthesize data to share with technical and non-technical audiences.
The role requires a strong understanding of health care delivery and health benefit plans as well as sophisticated data analysis skills and expertise in analytics software. The Analyst should be able to understand the strategic business implications, to Centivo and our clients, of the analyses and quantitative assessments.
What you’ll do:
- Develop and maintain financial/underwriting models to support sales, RFP responses, renewals and provider/network contracting processes
- Assist benefit advisors/brokers and employers with plan design, contribution modeling, development of premium equivalents and benefit plan accrual rates.
- Support the Sales team in stop loss processes, including providing technical analysis on stop loss quotes, renewals, etc.
- Problem solve and communicate results to support internal and client-facing projects
- Manage competing priorities, including project management of Network and Actuarial projects while maintaining attention to detail
You should have these skills or experiences:
- Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline, with a degree in Math, Business, Healthcare Management or related field strongly preferred
- Minimum 3 years of experience in healthcare or health insurance, with preference for experience underwriting fully insured and self-insured cases
- Sophisticated skills with analytical, spreadsheet and database tools – Excel, Tableau, SPSS
- Knowledge of health care, preferably in the context of claims, reimbursement and risks
- Ability to prioritize and organize own work to meet deadlines
- Systems-thinking – the ability to see the limitations of and implications beyond the data analysis
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to clearly communicate and understand complex or technical information
- Strong interpersonal skills, establishing rapport and working well with others
- Mastery of Microsoft office tools – PowerPoint, Word etc.
We’d love it if you have:
- Master’s in Public Health or health underwriting certification
- Completion of all or most of actuarial exams
This is a fully remote role.