Compensation will be composed of base salary, cash bonus and equity grants. Regular (not daily) presence in the Daytona Beach headquarters is required.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
Due to exceptional growth in our business we are looking to expand our Corporate Finance and Accounting team. Reporting to the Corporate Controller, the Assistant Corporate Controller will be responsible for supporting accounting policy, SEC reporting, M&A related accounting, financial systems governance and engagement with external audit firm. Importantly, this person will collaborate in the establishment corporate controls and accounting processes, assist in building a high performing corporate accounting organization, and ensure public-company standards of the controls over financial reporting.
Public company audit experience or experience engaging with external auditors at a public company required.
Form strong business partnerships with the CAO, CFO, CEO, Audit Committee, and other key executives and stakeholders.
Build an accounting team that brings world class accounting and control experience and perspective, and that is capable of supporting the company through growth, both internal and through acquisition.
Develop and drive efficient and scalable accounting policies, procedures, systems and internal controls. Ensure the integrity of the financial reporting and analysis.
Establish policies, procedures and controls to facilitate the consolidation of a multi-national, multi-billion-dollar enterprise.
Deeply involved with the preparation and review of quarterly and annual SEC reports.
Establish a roadmap as it relates to controls, accounting policies, reporting, GAAP compliance, and other areas of regulatory needs.
Ensure the company is prepared for and conducts a professional and timely audit engagement process with external accounting firm (Deloitte).
Deploy effective metrics and dashboards across the organization that foster constant improvement and progress toward best practices, and serve as a guide toward optimal operational and financial performance.
Continue to drive improvements and enhancement in the firm’s financial business systems to deliver efficiencies to the organization.
Act as an advisor on technical accounting matters.
Participate in the company’s strategic planning process to provide input and insight to all financial information.
Lead a visible and proactive corporate accounting organization that regularly partners with business leadership.
Guide a forward-thinking corporate accounting team with enthusiasm about the business and future growth potential while actively engaging with leaders in the business.
Lead the professional development of the corporate accounting team through coaching and mentoring with defined goals constructive development feedback.
Brown & Brown, Inc., a Florida corporation, and its subsidiaries is a diversified insurance agency, wholesale brokerage, insurance programs and service organization that markets and sells insurance products and services, primarily in the property, casualty and employee benefits areas. The Retail Segment provides a broad range of insurance products and services to commercial, public and quasi-public entities, professional and individual insured customers, and non-insurance risk-mitigating products through our automobile dealer services (“F&I”) businesses. The National Programs Segment, which acts as a managing general agent (“MGA”), provides professional liability and related package products for certain professionals, a range of insurance products for individuals, flood coverage, and targeted products and services designated for specific industries, trade groups, governmental entities and market niches, all of which are delivered through a nationwide network of independent agents, including Brown & Brown retail agents. The Wholesale Brokerage Segment markets and sells excess and surplus commercial and personal lines insurance, primarily through independent agents and brokers, as we...ll as Brown & Brown retail agents. The Services Segment provides insurance-related services, including third-party claims administration and comprehensive medical utilization management services in both the workers’ compensation and all-lines liability arenas, as well as Medicare Set-aside services, Social Security disability and Medicare benefits advocacy services and claims adjusting services.
The Company primarily operates as an agent or broker not assuming underwriting risks. However, we operate a write-your-own flood insurance carrier, Wright National Flood Insurance Company (“WNFIC”). WNFIC’s underwriting business consists of policies written pursuant to the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”), the program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”) to which premiums and underwriting exposure are ceded. The Company also operates two capitalized captive insurance facilities (the "Captives") for the purpose of facilitating additional underwriting capacity and to participate in underwriting results, one on a quota share basis, currently focused on property insurance for earthquake and wind exposed properties for policies placed by certain of our MGA businesses, and the other through excess of loss reinsurance layers associated with placements made by one of our MGA businesses focused on personal property primarily in the southeastern United States. The quota share Captive buys reinsurance, limiting, but not fully eliminating the Company's exposure to underwriting losses. The other Captive has capped exposure through contractual aggregate limits on the reinsurance participations it assumes.