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Production Risk Engineer [Management Liability] (Atlanta)



Atlanta, GA, USA · Remote
Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2024


PRODUCTION RISK ENGINEER, [Management Liability] (Atlanta)

Counterpart is a management liability insurance platform for the 21st century workplace. We offer products and services to help companies align the risks and incentives of creating great organizations. Our platform is designed to measure risk more efficiently using the most advanced rating system in the industry, while also proactively mitigating the risks of our insureds. That’s where you come in.

As a member of the risk engineering team, you will be responsible for the production of premium through proper risk underwriting and effective distribution of our product. In collaboration with the engineering, design, data, and operations team, you will leverage your industry knowledge and relationships to help develop management liability insurance products that brokers are eager to promote to their clients.


  • Achieve and exceed underwriting performance and revenue goals.
  • Quote with competitive terms quickly, thoughtfully, and in accordance with our guidelines.
  • Manage quote related communication and insights in a thoughtful and trusting manner.
  • Collaborate with Risk Engineers on underwriting the unique exposures of complex accounts.
  • Provide market feedback and recommend improvements to our terms, rates, and guidelines to the Insurance Product and Risk Engineering teams
  • Close accounts through continuous engagement of your assigned brokers.
  • Represent Counterpart at broker meetings and various industry events.
  • Contribute ideas and feedback on our suite of tools and services as a key stakeholder of our product roadmap.


  • 4-8 years of underwriting experience in the respective product.
  • A network of brokers, carriers, underwriters, or clients in the management liability insurance space.
  • Expertise in various aspects of management liability products (e.g. rating manuals, policy forms, applications and coverage endorsements).
  • Ability to successfully engage with brokers to establish long-term, profitable partnerships with brokerages.
  • Confidence presenting to key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated success with high performing sales and account management practices.
  • A proven track record of success, achieving and exceeding monthly, quarterly and annual targets.
  • Enthusiasm for continuous challenges in a high velocity environment.
  • Flexibility to travel when necessary (once a month minimum)
  • College Degree with relevant work experience of 4+ years.


  • Mike Levins, Head of Insurance: Mike previously was the Head of Broker Relations and US MGA Operations at Hiscox. Mike oversaw the Midwest region with ~20 underwriters offering 13 different product lines, the primary lines being management liability, professional liability, and cyber/technology. His extensive insurance career has afforded Mike strong relationships across hundreds of retail and wholesale brokers. Mike received his BS from Marquette University and MBA from Benedictine University.
  • Tanner Hackett, CEO: Having founded two other major startups, including Button and Lazada, Tanner now spends his time focused on mental health through his philanthropy, Openminded.org, in addition to reading, surfing, yoga, and enjoying the outdoors.
  • Satwik Mysore, Risk Engineer: After graduating with an actuarial science degree, Satwik has spent most of his career at Travelers, where he built one of the largest and most profitable management liability books by forming strong broker relationships.
  • Brad Bahler, Risk Engineer Territory Lead: Brad has over a decade of experience in management liability underwriting. He managed one of the largest books of small business management liability risks at Travelers, where he was known for his deep understanding of coverage, outstanding submission response times, and boundless enthusiasm for the space.
  • Jake O’Donnell, Risk Engineer Territory Lead: Jake started his insurance career at Chubb, where he was able to develop and grow a profitable book of private-for-profit and non-profit management liability business. Jake is known for his exceptional service to industry brokers and his extensive knowledge of management liability. Jake also is a CPCU designation recipient.


  • Fully remote workplace
  • Unlimited Vacation: We offer flexible time off, allowing you to take time when you need it.
  • Work from Anywhere: Counterpart is a fully distributed company, meaning there is no office. We allow employees to work from wherever they do their best work, and invite the team to meet in person a couple times per year.
  • Stock Options
  • Health, Dental, and Vision Coverage
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Parental Leave
  • Home Office Allowance: to set up your home office with the necessary equipment and accessories.
  • Wellness Stipend
  • Book stipend
  • Professional Development Reimbursement
  • No working birthdays: Take your birthday off, giving you the opportunity to relax, enjoy your special day, and spend time with loved ones.
  • Charitable Contribution Matching


  • Conjoin Expectations - it is the cornerstone of autonomy. Ensure you are aware of what is expected of you and clearly articulate what you expect of others.
  • Speak Boldly & Honestly - the only failure is not learning from mistakes. Don’t cheat yourself and your colleagues of the feedback needed when expectations aren’t being met.
  • Be Entrepreneurial - control your own destiny. Embrace action over perfection while navigating any obstacles that stand in the way of your ultimate goal.
  • Practice Omotenashi (“selfless hospitality”) - trust will follow. Consider every interaction with internal and external partners an opportunity to develop trust by going above and beyond what is expected.
  • Hold Nothing As Sacred - create routines but modify them routinely. Take the time to reflect on where the business is today, where it needs to go, and what you have to change in order to get there.
  • Prioritize Wellness - some things should never be sacrificed. We create an environment that stretches everyone to grow and improve, which is fulfilling, but is only one part of a meaningful life.

We are committed to being a welcoming and inclusive workplace for everyone, and we are intentional about making sure people feel respected, supported and connected at work—regardless of who you are or where you come from. We value and celebrate our differences and we believe being open about who we are allows us to do the best work of our lives.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against qualified applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, sexual identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, military status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law, rule, or regulation.