Ameriprise
Ameriprise Financial is an organization that emphasizes learning and growth, rewards you for your achievements and fosters a healthy work/life balance.
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At Ameriprise Financial, we’re constantly on the lookout for candidates who are energized by challenges, eager to build relationships with colleagues and clients alike, and who thrive in a culture of collaboration. Having a talented, driven and diverse team helps us continue to be America's leader in financial planning. 

Diversity is reflected in everything that drives our success – from our people, corporate values and business strategy to our culture and history of giving back to our communities where we live and work. Whether you’re actively looking for a job, or just casually considering your options, we want to hear from you.

 

"At Ameriprise Financial, we have been helping our clients achieve their goals and lead financially responsible lives for more than 115 years. It's our promise: We shape financial solutions for a lifetime. Together, we are all engaged in something that matters. We encourage the people who join our company to seek ways to use their strengths to make a meaningful difference both in the lives of the people we serve and for themselves."

 

- James Cracchiolo

Chairman and CEO

 

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Merit-Based Culture

We encourage people who join our company to seek ways to use their strengths to make a meaningful difference both in the lives of the people we serve and for themselves.

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Programmer Analyst II
Job DescriptionPlay a key role in the development and testing of new software by utilizing methods of object oriented programming and service oriented architectural design. Modify, document, and maintain existing legacy software programs. Assist in the execution of performance analysis techniques to identify and re mediate root cause. Provide mentoring and guidance to Programmer Analyst I, while taking direction from Software Engineers and Managers of Software Development.ResponsibilitiesWrite new code using prescribed specifications and design documentation in accordance with current stands while driving improvements to existing standards. Utilize methods of object oriented programming and incorporate web service design when appropriate. Modify, test and troubleshoot existing programs/software utilizing the appropriate hardware, database, and development/programming technology. Analyze end user data and business needs and incorporate into designed solutions.Maintain and modify programs/software. Perform existing application changes that are large in scope with minimal supervision. Implement approved changes by amending flow charts, developing detailed programming logic, and making changes to code. Write and maintain development/programming/systems documentation, as well as operations and user guides (as required). Document development/programming problems and resolutions for future reference.Effectively unit test all code and programs prior to releasing them to the quality assurance (QA) team. Resolve all unit test issues in a timely manner. Collaborate with the QA team to identify test cases and create/mine test data to enable a thorough test of all development deliverables. Respond to all inquiries and issues in a timely manner as the developed code/program moves through the testing process and ultimately into production. Provide implementation/production support as required.Assist in performance analysis and monitoring of enterprise developed applications with consultation from Software Engineers. Assist in disaster recovery (DR) design, planning, and execution for enterprise developed applications with guidance and direction from Software Engineers and Enterprise Architects. Evaluate and understand the interrelationship between multiple enterprise applications and begin to account for dependencies when evaluating design solutions.Begin to introduce new technology solutions and ideas by staying current in the arena of software development best practices. Engage proactively in knowledge sharing and mentoring of more junior partners.Support the installation planning for application program requirements. Support the end-user and technical operations staff as required. Assist senior development staff with the integration of technology within and across the capability domains.Performs other duties as assigned.Required QualificationsBachelors degree or equivalent (4-years) in Computer Science, Technology or related field; or equivalent work experience.3-5 years of relevant experience required.3+ years of experience coding in relevant programming languages (specific required languages will vary by position), providing a deep understanding of programming languages and procedures.3+ years of experience developing and maintaining programming/systems documentation and technical instructions in the use of programs and/or program modifications.3+ years of experience coding in multiple environments.3+ years of a solid understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).Preferred QualificationsAdept at development in .NET, MVC, C#, PL/SQL, WCF, or some combination thereof.Adept at processing computer data and formatting and generating reports.Proven ability to be successful in a multi-sourced, multi-vendor environment.Excellent oral and written communication skills along with logical, analytical and abstract thinking skills.About Our CompanyAmeriprise Technology is a team of professionals who provide Technology solutions across the company. This includes corporate computing, network infrastructure solutions and security for the entire firm. Being part of our team also means partnering across the business to enable technology solutions and engaging digital experiences for clients, advisors, and employees. Our mission is to create technology that is reliable, simple, integrated and secure. We provide the tools, resources and support to help you forge a career that delivers more of what you want: recognition, rewards and work that makes a difference.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
Programmer Analyst II
Job DescriptionPlay a key role in the development and testing of new software by utilizing methods of object oriented programming and service oriented architectural design. Modify, document, and maintain existing legacy software programs. Assist in the execution of performance analysis techniques to identify and re mediate root cause. Provide mentoring and guidance to Programmer Analyst I, while taking direction from Software Engineers and Managers of Software Development.ResponsibilitiesWrite new code using prescribed specifications and design documentation in accordance with current stands while driving improvements to existing standards. Utilize methods of object oriented programming and incorporate web service design when appropriate. Modify, test and troubleshoot existing programs/software utilizing the appropriate hardware, database, and development/programming technology. Analyze end user data and business needs and incorporate into designed solutions.Maintain and modify programs/software. Perform existing application changes that are large in scope with minimal supervision. Implement approved changes by amending flow charts, developing detailed programming logic, and making changes to code. Write and maintain development/programming/systems documentation, as well as operations and user guides (as required). Document development/programming problems and resolutions for future reference.Effectively unit test all code and programs prior to releasing them to the quality assurance (QA) team. Resolve all unit test issues in a timely manner. Collaborate with the QA team to identify test cases and create/mine test data to enable a thorough test of all development deliverables. Respond to all inquiries and issues in a timely manner as the developed code/program moves through the testing process and ultimately into production. Provide implementation/production support as required.Assist in performance analysis and monitoring of enterprise developed applications with consultation from Software Engineers. Assist in disaster recovery (DR) design, planning, and execution for enterprise developed applications with guidance and direction from Software Engineers and Enterprise Architects. Evaluate and understand the interrelationship between multiple enterprise applications and begin to account for dependencies when evaluating design solutions.Begin to introduce new technology solutions and ideas by staying current in the arena of software development best practices. Engage proactively in knowledge sharing and mentoring of more junior partners.Support the installation planning for application program requirements. Support the end-user and technical operations staff as required. Assist senior development staff with the integration of technology within and across the capability domains.Performs other duties as assigned.Required QualificationsBachelors degree or equivalent (4-years) in Computer Science, Technology or related field; or equivalent work experience.3-5 years of relevant experience required.3+ years of experience coding in relevant programming languages (specific required languages will vary by position), providing a deep understanding of programming languages and procedures.3+ years of experience developing and maintaining programming/systems documentation and technical instructions in the use of programs and/or program modifications.3+ years of experience coding in multiple environments.3+ years of a solid understanding of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).Preferred QualificationsAdept at development in .NET, MVC, C#, PL/SQL, WCF, or some combination thereof.Adept at processing computer data and formatting and generating reports.Proven ability to be successful in a multi-sourced, multi-vendor environment.Excellent oral and written communication skills along with logical, analytical and abstract thinking skills.About Our CompanyAmeriprise Technology is a team of professionals who provide Technology solutions across the company. This includes corporate computing, network infrastructure solutions and security for the entire firm. Being part of our team also means partnering across the business to enable technology solutions and engaging digital experiences for clients, advisors, and employees. Our mission is to create technology that is reliable, simple, integrated and secure. We provide the tools, resources and support to help you forge a career that delivers more of what you want: recognition, rewards and work that makes a difference.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
Medical Payments Claim Representative
Job DescriptionThis position is responsible for adjusting entry level and intermediate level first party injury claims within delegated settlement authority limits and ensuring compliance with internal procedures and state requirements. The position will investigate the loss facts, determine coverage, gather medical information and documents, evaluate medical bills and records, set expectations, establish and maintain proper reserves, negotiate and resolve claims timely.ResponsibilitiesInvestigate, evaluate and manage entry level and intermediate level first party (Med Pay) claims with insureds, claimants, attorneys, and medical professionals. Determine appropriate coverage and order of priority. Determine injuries, understand and monitor treatment, manage appropriateness of care and focus on appropriate resolution. Identify, open and maintain proper reserves throughout the life of the claim (average of 5 months). Demonstrate an understanding of medical terminology and treatment.Written and phone interactions to gather appropriate documents and information, set expectations, monitor medical care and recovery status. This includes proper documentation of activities within the claim file. Appropriate management and control of expenses.Identify and research process/procedure gaps and develop action plans to close the gaps.Required QualificationsHigh school diploma or equivalent.1-3 years of relevant experience.Negotiation and organization skills.Verbal and written communication skills.Interpersonal skills and accountability.Ability to produce a high degree of accuracy; strong attention to detail.Ability to obtain state specific property casualty claims licensing as required.Preferred QualificationsExperience with personal lines or workers' compensation claim adjustingBilingual skillsAbout Our CompanyAmeriprise Auto & Home Insurance is a division of Ameriprise Financial, a FORTUNE 500® company. Through exclusive partnerships with organizations such as Costco, we are able to offer their clients our personal insurance products. We offer customers across the nation high-quality, cost-effective auto, home and umbrella insurance products.At Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance, you will work in a culture that is dedicated to driving results with a strong focus on our handle with care culture. Regardless of department or location, we all share in a commitment to our clients, each other, the communities in which we live and work, company goals, and delivering on our mission statement. We invest in our employees with growth and development opportunities via Ameriprise University, competitive pay, and a generous benefits package. Benefits are effective the first day of employment for full-time employees.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
Medical Payments Claim Representative
Job DescriptionThis position is responsible for adjusting entry level and intermediate level first party injury claims within delegated settlement authority limits and ensuring compliance with internal procedures and state requirements. The position will investigate the loss facts, determine coverage, gather medical information and documents, evaluate medical bills and records, set expectations, establish and maintain proper reserves, negotiate and resolve claims timely.ResponsibilitiesInvestigate, evaluate and manage entry level and intermediate level first party (Med Pay) claims with insureds, claimants, attorneys, and medical professionals. Determine appropriate coverage and order of priority. Determine injuries, understand and monitor treatment, manage appropriateness of care and focus on appropriate resolution. Identify, open and maintain proper reserves throughout the life of the claim (average of 5 months). Demonstrate an understanding of medical terminology and treatment.Written and phone interactions to gather appropriate documents and information, set expectations, monitor medical care and recovery status. This includes proper documentation of activities within the claim file. Appropriate management and control of expenses.Identify and research process/procedure gaps and develop action plans to close the gaps.Required QualificationsHigh school diploma or equivalent.1-3 years of relevant experience.Negotiation and organization skills.Verbal and written communication skills.Interpersonal skills and accountability.Ability to produce a high degree of accuracy; strong attention to detail.Ability to obtain state specific property casualty claims licensing as required.Preferred QualificationsExperience with personal lines or workers' compensation claim adjustingBilingual skillsAbout Our CompanyAmeriprise Auto & Home Insurance is a division of Ameriprise Financial, a FORTUNE 500® company. Through exclusive partnerships with organizations such as Costco, we are able to offer their clients our personal insurance products. We offer customers across the nation high-quality, cost-effective auto, home and umbrella insurance products.At Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance, you will work in a culture that is dedicated to driving results with a strong focus on our handle with care culture. Regardless of department or location, we all share in a commitment to our clients, each other, the communities in which we live and work, company goals, and delivering on our mission statement. We invest in our employees with growth and development opportunities via Ameriprise University, competitive pay, and a generous benefits package. Benefits are effective the first day of employment for full-time employees.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
Medical Payments Claim Representative
Job DescriptionThis position is responsible for adjusting entry level and intermediate level first party injury claims within delegated settlement authority limits and ensuring compliance with internal procedures and state requirements. The position will investigate the loss facts, determine coverage, gather medical information and documents, evaluate medical bills and records, set expectations, establish and maintain proper reserves, negotiate and resolve claims timely.ResponsibilitiesInvestigate, evaluate and manage entry level and intermediate level first party (Med Pay) claims with insureds, claimants, attorneys, and medical professionals. Determine appropriate coverage and order of priority. Determine injuries, understand and monitor treatment, manage appropriateness of care and focus on appropriate resolution. Identify, open and maintain proper reserves throughout the life of the claim (average of 5 months). Demonstrate an understanding of medical terminology and treatment.Written and phone interactions to gather appropriate documents and information, set expectations, monitor medical care and recovery status. This includes proper documentation of activities within the claim file. Appropriate management and control of expenses.Identify and research process/procedure gaps and develop action plans to close the gaps.Required QualificationsHigh school diploma or equivalent.1-3 years of relevant experience.Negotiation and organization skills.Verbal and written communication skills.Interpersonal skills and accountability.Ability to produce a high degree of accuracy; strong attention to detail.Ability to obtain state specific property casualty claims licensing as required.Preferred QualificationsExperience with personal lines or workers' compensation claim adjustingBilingual skillsAbout Our CompanyAmeriprise Auto & Home Insurance is a division of Ameriprise Financial, a FORTUNE 500® company. Through exclusive partnerships with organizations such as Costco, we are able to offer their clients our personal insurance products. We offer customers across the nation high-quality, cost-effective auto, home and umbrella insurance products.At Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance, you will work in a culture that is dedicated to driving results with a strong focus on our handle with care culture. Regardless of department or location, we all share in a commitment to our clients, each other, the communities in which we live and work, company goals, and delivering on our mission statement. We invest in our employees with growth and development opportunities via Ameriprise University, competitive pay, and a generous benefits package. Benefits are effective the first day of employment for full-time employees.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
Medical Payments Claim Representative
Job DescriptionThis position is responsible for adjusting entry level and intermediate level first party injury claims within delegated settlement authority limits and ensuring compliance with internal procedures and state requirements. The position will investigate the loss facts, determine coverage, gather medical information and documents, evaluate medical bills and records, set expectations, establish and maintain proper reserves, negotiate and resolve claims timely.ResponsibilitiesInvestigate, evaluate and manage entry level and intermediate level first party (Med Pay) claims with insureds, claimants, attorneys, and medical professionals. Determine appropriate coverage and order of priority. Determine injuries, understand and monitor treatment, manage appropriateness of care and focus on appropriate resolution. Identify, open and maintain proper reserves throughout the life of the claim (average of 5 months). Demonstrate an understanding of medical terminology and treatment.Written and phone interactions to gather appropriate documents and information, set expectations, monitor medical care and recovery status. This includes proper documentation of activities within the claim file. Appropriate management and control of expenses.Identify and research process/procedure gaps and develop action plans to close the gaps.Required QualificationsHigh school diploma or equivalent.1-3 years of relevant experience.Negotiation and organization skills.Verbal and written communication skills.Interpersonal skills and accountability.Ability to produce a high degree of accuracy; strong attention to detail.Ability to obtain state specific property casualty claims licensing as required.Preferred QualificationsExperience with personal lines or workers' compensation claim adjustingBilingual skillsAbout Our CompanyAmeriprise Auto & Home Insurance is a division of Ameriprise Financial, a FORTUNE 500® company. Through exclusive partnerships with organizations such as Costco, we are able to offer their clients our personal insurance products. We offer customers across the nation high-quality, cost-effective auto, home and umbrella insurance products.At Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance, you will work in a culture that is dedicated to driving results with a strong focus on our handle with care culture. Regardless of department or location, we all share in a commitment to our clients, each other, the communities in which we live and work, company goals, and delivering on our mission statement. We invest in our employees with growth and development opportunities via Ameriprise University, competitive pay, and a generous benefits package. Benefits are effective the first day of employment for full-time employees.We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic. The EEO is the Law poster is available here.VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe request Priority Protected Veteran & Disabled Referrals for all of our locations within the state.
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