SIG Careers

SIG offers a fun work environment where we strive to push employees to reach their full potential and grow with us!

Awards we're proud of

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2018 Baltimore Sun Top Workplaces
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Why Work at SIG?

At SIG, we develop health and well-being strategies that lead to happier, healthier, more engaged and higher performing workplaces. We lead by example and that’s why we have been recognized regionally and nationally for our own commitment to being an engaging and healthy place to work.

Here are a few of the award-winning benefits and perks offered by SIG.
  • Flex Schedules/ROWE (Results-Only Work Environment)
  • Unlimited PTO for salaried employees
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Milestone Anniversary Recognitions
  • Community Service Committee – SIG Day of Service, multiple community service events throughout the year
  • Social Committee – Holiday Party, Halloween costume and pumpkin decorating contest, Easter Egg Hunt, Company Picnic, O’s Games, Purple Fridays, and much more!

Wellness

Well-being is part of everyday life at SIG. Wellness is not only part of our company’s value proposition, but it is part of our own corporate strategy.
Formed in 2007 and led by our Wellness Director, named by The Wellness Council of America as the Top Health Promotion Professional in the country, our wellness committee created a program to deliver programs and initiatives that help our employees make their health a priority. Our wellness focus is on total well-being, which includes our physical, social, community, and financial health.
Our Wellness Committee offers a wide range of wellness initiatives, including:
  • Onsite Health Education Workshops & Cooking Demos
  • Fitness Challenges
  • On-Site Fitness Classes
  • Chair Massages
  • Weekly Healthy Snacks
  • Health Screenings
  • Monthly Employee Newsletter
  • Thank You Cards

Open Positions

Account Manager

SIG seeks an experienced Account Manager who is well-versed in working with health plans in a self-funded environment.  This high-profile role will support a Captive of education and research-based nonprofits located in Washington, D.C.  If you seek an opportunity to make a meaningful contribution using your influence to impact a growing health plan, this could be the ideal role for you.

What to Expect 

This is a client-facing role that provides exposure to key players in education and research-based D.C. nonprofits and engagement with the Captive Board of Directors.  Work alongside the Executive Director in support of program development, oversight of plan operations and vendor relationships, marketing and business development, and support to member employer groups.  You will orchestrate the supporting services provided by the SIG team, who take a highly personalized service approach to clients’ needs and create value through teamwork and a focus on excellence in all aspects of our business.

Key Responsibilities

  • This self-reliant, highly efficient and organized person will have strong problem solving, communication and interpersonal skills and an ability to anticipate and exceed clients’ needs.
  • Ability to handle client and carrier/vendors questions on a daily basis; review proposals, negotiate pricing and/or adding additional lines of coverage, products and services.
  • Understanding of benefit compliance rules and proactive client and Board of Directors education
  • Comfortable presenting benefit information to include, but not limited to, open enrollment meetings, pre-renewal meetings, employee education meetings, Board of Directors, etc.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the D.C. health plan marketplace. Best practice to reach this outcome would be attendance of internal training and Market Segment meetings and relevant carrier training sessions. 
  • Travel to Washington D.C. several times a month to support the client, member groups and attend prospective client meetings

Required Education & Experience

  • Bachelor's degree mixed with 7+ years of client-facing insurance account management service experience; Manager level experience a plus;
  • Actively licensed Life & Health producer in MD and DC;
  • Ability to pro-actively identify potential service issues, opportunities for improvement, and the impact that financial decisions have on clients;
  • Proven success working with self-insured health plan client groups;
  • Actively licensed Life & Health producer in MD and DC;
  • Good understanding of the interaction between service providers and human resources professionals, demonstrated success at working with HR as a peer.

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Clinical Review Director

Do you have great communication skills?
Do you thrive in a fast-paced, high-energy environment?
Do you excel at clinical analysis and healthcare trend-spotting?

Silberstein Insurance Group seeks an upbeat person to join the SIG team as a Clinical Review Director in our growing Baltimore, Maryland office. This role applies a nursing background in a business setting to improve health outcomes for employees and to support employers to design better health benefits. We take a highly personalized service approach to clients’ needs and create value through teamwork and a focus on excellence in all aspects of our business.
At a minimum, you must possess the following:

  • Registered nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physician’s Assistant or other clinical degree. Bachelor’s degree required with Master’s degree strongly preferred, advanced degree or additional credentials in a related field a plus;
  • 5+ years’ direct clinical experience
  • Medical management experience in group health insurance plans, benefit advisory, care management company, self-funded health plan, or other related industry.
  • Excellent working knowledge of health insurance including funding arrangement, benefit-plan design and population health management strategies.
  • Demonstrated superior clinical and data analytic skills and judgement in a broad range of situations;
  • Excellent, clear verbal and written communication skills paired with good interpersonal skills including a collaborative approach to problem-solving
  • Proven success in researching and presenting summaries of key clinical topics, trends, and data in an understandable manner to people without a medical background;
  • Strategic and pro-active in anticipating client/carrier/patient concerns and issues, plus offers timely, effective, and customized responses to requests such as on-demand clinical analysis, reporting, and color commentary, individual case reviews to support stop-loss contracting and renewal negotiations, and calls and/or presentations to clients;
  • Monitor and regularly review existing high cost claimants (HCC), track emerging HCCs to connect them to health plan case/disease management programs, and provide research/explanation of concerns relevant to HCCs;
  • Be a clinical resource for client account teams, review/evaluation of health plans, vendor wellness/population health, medical, and pharmacy management programs, enhanced RFP responses, and similar activities;
  • Provide analysis of individual and/or primary group-specific clinical cost drivers and recommend solutions and strategies;
  • Update internal and external customers on pertinent clinical topics that impact health insurance/customers, prepare ‘medical intelligence’ reports, participate in prospect visits/presentation, and other business developments activities; and
  • Excellent attention to details, great organizational skills, strong time management, and self-motivated to prioritize and complete work in advance of deadlines.

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Systems Support Technician

At Alera Group, we are passionate about collaboration and growth. We are seeking a customer oriented, upbeat person to join Alera Group as a Systems Support Technician to help support our firms in the mid-Atlantic region. If you care about providing outstanding client service while serving local communities, then we may be looking for you. This is a regional role that will be located in our office in Baltimore.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Resolve and close intermediate helpdesk requests or escalating, as needed
  • Administer and support an Office 365 environment
  • Ability to resolve network and Windows issues
  • Work closely with various project teams on new initiatives within the organization
  • Assist with the onboarding of newly acquired firms
  • Evaluate and install new hardware and software
  • Provide input and evaluate new technology
  • Traveling to local offices in the region, as needed

Required Education & Experience

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience as a systems support technician
  • Associates degree required, bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Have an active MCP in windows 7,8 or 10
  • Have an Network+ or Cisco CCENT/CCT
  • Office 365 migration experience
  • Extensive Office365 experience a plus
  • PowerShell scripting a plus
  • Well versed and experienced in Windows environments
  • Be well organized and pay attention to detail
  • Think logically and have exceptional problem-solving abilities
  • Be able to provide clear, detailed documentation
  • Have exceptional customer service skills
  • Work well in a team
  • Be on call and to respond to emergencies when needed

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