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What we’re all about.

President/CEO Gregg Peterson started IPMG on the foundation of providing clients with the highest level of service available within an environment that allows employee owners to grow and develop along with the business. He continues to cultivate this mission by staying true to what he knows makes an organization successful– honesty, trust and transparency. These standards are IPMG’s guideposts in interacting with all business partners and employee owners. Clients and employees have placed their trust in IPMG and strive to continually earn that trust at every opportunity, while maintaining the highest level of ethics and standards at all times. This is what makes IPMG a unique organization and one that employee owners are proud to be a part of.

We look for employees who know what they want, strive to make an impact, are focused and driven, and are proven self-starters who are never satisfied with the status quo.

At IPMG, we are 100% Employee Owned (ESOP). We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits package including: medical, dental, life, LTD, STD, 401(k), 20 days PTO accrued in first year, on-site fitness center, free fresh fruit daily, summer hours, and more.

Hiring process for the top qualified applicants will include in-person interviews, reference checks, employment verification, education verification, criminal background checks and drug screening.

Current Job Openings:

Group Health Reinsurance Coordinator

The Reinsurance Coordinator is responsible for filing stop loss claims and securing related reimbursements from stop loss carriers in a timely and accurate manner. Responsibilities also include communicating with clients, brokers, carriers, and internal departments; filing initial and follow-up information; and processing client funding and reimbursements. This role operates in the fast-paced, deadline-driven environment of group health benefit administration. 

ESSENTIAL functions

  • Submit stop loss claims in excess of the specific deductible to reinsurance carriers for reimbursement
  • Submit Potential High Dollar Claimant and Large Claims notifications to reinsurance carriers to track high dollar claimants for stop loss and underwriting purposes
  • Follow-up,  apply, and send reimbursements
  • Appeal denied and pended reimbursements
  • Manage stop loss policy, claims requirements, and stop loss platform administration
  • Create nightly check release list and check audit process
  • Communicate and coordinate with clients and internal departments to ensure all reimbursements and checks held for advanced funding are released
  • Send policy year-end communications to clients on potential Aggregate and funding claims requirements
  • Prepare reinsurance reporting and notifications to clients, carriers, and brokers
  • Prepare aggregate claim filings and documentation for claim audits
  • Communicate and develop improvements to stop loss processes 

 required qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 5+ years of self-funded medical and stop loss claims processing
  • Advanced understanding of self-funded insurance and stop loss contracts
  • Accounting/bookkeeping and/or claims funding and reconciliation experience in insurance
  • Ability to organize, prioritize, and multitask in a fast-paced/deadline-driven environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven customer service skills
  • A detail-oriented approach
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office skills, especially Outlook, Word, and Excel 


WC Brokerage Trainee

Calling all college grads! Ready to start your career in the exciting world of insurance? 

This entry-level position trains with the workers compensation unit to learn how the unit operates, with the main focus being on renewals and IPMG-specific processes. Responsibilities include assisting with renewals, processing mail, and communicating directly with agents. This role entails data entry and remarketing of accounts for the renewal team, as well as interacting with and assisting the new business underwriters. Future responsibilities will include new and renewal business marketing and underwriting; processing of endorsement requests, policies, and audits; and daily correspondence.   

Essential Functions

  • Rating with different carriers on their websites
  • Managing renewals and submissions
  • Gaining an understanding of the entire scope of workers compensation
  • Processing of mail and all related documents
  • Inputting of data in AIM, including emails, loss runs, quotes, supplementals, and more
  • Pulling loss runs and modsheets from carrier websites
  • Assisting others in the unit with mail, rating, and emails
  • Traveling to agents and carrier outings

Required Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s degree (Business, Risk Management, or Insurance preferred)
  • Extensive knowledge of all Microsoft Office programs
  • Either an Insurance Producer’s License for Casualty and Fire or the ability to obtain within five months of hire date
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong cost-benefit analysis, decision making, organizational, and customer service skills 
  • Ability to prioritize and work productively in a fast-paced environment
  • A detail oriented and flexible work mentality

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Commercial Lines Underwriter

The Commercial Lines Underwriter position is stationed in St. Louis, MO and is responsible for reviewing new and renewal business, managing a book of business for quality and profitability, and working closely with brokers and carriers to service accounts. Responsibilities also include development of relationships with independent agent customers, marketing, visiting agency force, handling underwriting work and correspondence, and maintaining excellent customer service. This role operates in a self-directed workflow as well as under direct administration from the VP of Brokerage and requires experience managing commercial accounts and a thorough understanding of the underwriting process. 

essential functions 

  • Utilize existing knowledge of and actively gain expertise in commercial underwriting principles, practices, and procedures, as well as commercial property coverage rules and regulations
  • Process policies, endorsements, audits, cancellations, reinstatements, invoices, surplus lines tax filings, inspections, carrier loss runs, claim acknowledgements, carrier/TPA notifications, claim reviews, etc. while following appropriate procedures
  • Review, analyze, and price all types of commercial new and renewal business
  • Handle submissions and referrals to markets and carriers
  • Meet corporate goals for individual and team production
  • Manage loss ratios of book of business
  • Meet team and division goals for carrier volume and loss ratio levels for contingency and profit sharing purposes
  • Communicate regularly with producers and companies
  • Visit agencies
  • Meet company standards of quality and service
  • Utilize geomapping, websites, state business websites,  ISO websites, state DOI websites, licensing websites, etc. for underwriting purposes
  • Complete special projects as assigned

required qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree  
  • 2-5 years of commercial lines experience
  • Excess and surplus experience
  • Analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills
  • Proven customer service skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication/presentation skills
  • Ability to multitask and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment while promoting a high standard of quality with a focus on results
  • Strong desire and willingness to learn 



P&C Adjuster II

This secondary-level claims position is responsible for adjusting larger first party automobile claims, larger property claims, and general/automobile liability claims. Responsibilities also include managing 175 +/- claims, meeting a monthly 100% closing ratio, and maintaining current diaries and correspondence. The ability to review and understand medical bills/records is required.  

essential functions

  • Investigate, negotiate, and settle first party automobile collision, comprehensive, and property claims within authority levels
  • Evaluate claim exposures up to $75,000 and post accurate reserves accordingly
  • Seek subrogation on first party claims, as required
  • Communicate timely via email, phone, and fax with clients, agents, and vendors
  • Manage a caseload of 175 +/- claims with a 100% monthly closing ratio
  • Maintain current weekly diary
  • Meet weekly and monthly team stats
  • Handle all vendor-related matters, including legal items and costs
  • Present claims at file reviews via telephone, as required

required qualifications

  • 1-3 years of adjusting experience in first party and liability claims
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, or related equivalent education
  • Strong cost-benefit analysis, decision-making, and organizational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven customer service skills
  • Detail-oriented and flexible mindset
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Outlook, Word, and Excel 


Send a general application

As we continue to grow and evolve, we may be adding WC Lost Time Adjusters, Nurse Case Managers, Risk Management Consultants, Administrative opportunities, and more. If you are interested in applying to IPMG to be considered for these future opportunities, please follow the APPLY NOW link below and tell us where you excel and what skills you can offer IPMG.

If something comes up that we feel matches your experience and expertise, we will give you a call!

Apply now