Insurance Financial Analyst

Soho, New York | Full-Time

We’re searching for an accomplished finance/accounting professional to join Lemonade’s Finance Team. The ideal candidate is a business thinker and problem solver, and an experienced numbers guru who is also a multitasker. This means overseeing a broad range of tasks, from day to day accounting functions of an insurance company to complex financial reporting, all in a hyper-growth startup environment. Among your responsibilities: maintaining a general ledger and related reporting, overseeing developments in statutory, GAAP and IFRS accounting principles, ensuring state level premium tax compliance, and implementing a new ERP system

The Insurance Financial Analyst will work closely with the Finance Manager and Insurance CFO.

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Public accounting experience preferred
  • Experience with Property & Casualty insurance is a must
  • A+ communication, written and verbal skills
  • Adept relationship builder, across internal/external teams with a proven ability to make an impact
  • Experience with technology based, hyper-growth, early stage companies a plus
About Lemonade

Lemonade is a licensed insurance carrier offering renters and homeowners insurance powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics and driven by social good. Instead of brokers and bureaucracy, we use bots and machine learning to create an insurance experience that is instant (90 seconds to get insured!), affordable (policies start at $5/month), and paperless.

Founded by Shai Wininger and Daniel Schreiber and backed by SoftBank, GV, Sequoia, General Catalyst and others, we’re transforming insurance from a necessary evil into a social good by injecting technology and transparency into an industry that often lacks both.

 

We believe in doing things differently, pushing boundaries, and questioning everything. And as a Certified B-Corp insurance, we incorporate our values of doing good into everything we do – from our business model to our office culture.