At RVI, we look for highly skilled professionals who wish to join a high performance team committed to excellence and growth. We welcome questions about the organization, the business, and the available positions.

Please see below for the positions at RVI Group which are currently open. Please send your resume to Jill Deleo, jdeleo@rvigroup.com, our Human Resources Manager. Please use the appropriate position title in the subject line of your email.


JOB TITLE:              Vice President of Sales, Commercial Equipment

DEPARTMENT:      Commercial Equipment

SUPERVISOR:         Ed Flynn, Senior Vice President

POSITION SUMMARY

This position requires an individual with solid sales capability and experience in leasing and equipment finance.  Primary responsibilities for this position include sales and marketing of RVI’s insurance products, new client acquisition, management of client relationships and serving as RVI’s representative in the market.  Accounting background is a plus.

In addition to the supervisor, this individual works closely with sales colleagues, the client services and risk management teams, and has interaction with clients.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Generate premium by finding, targeting and screening transactions in accordance with the sales plan
  • Build a residual value insurance book of business from program and one-off transactions
  • Build and foster relationships with prospects and clients
  • Execute a sales plan and related calling plan
  • Ensure potential deals progress through the underwriting process and close
  • Represent RVI at industry conferences and events.

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and execute a process to keep RVI in front of non-client major lessors
  • Research opportunities within target accounts

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience:

  • College degree required, preferably in finance, accounting or economics
  • Ten plus years of sales experience with an excellent track record of achieving results
  • Ten or more years of experience in the equipment leasing industry

Technical Knowledge / Skills:

  • Proven ability to drive revenue growth and generate new business
  • Excellent sales, marketing and client relationship management skills
  • Capability to quickly learn and adopt new sales processes
  • Demonstrated commitment and ability to build, maintain and expand a wide network of relevant contacts within the equipment leasing industry
  • Strong analytical skills and ability to apply skills effectively using various applications

Key Competencies (self management, collaboration and leadership)

  • Ability to develop and articulate the rationale for complex business transactions
  • A self-directed individual with a track record of demonstrating responsibility for results regardless of external circumstances
  • Strong work ethic and drive to achieve
  • Capability to develop and implement strategies and plans to tap unmet market and client needs
  • Excellent relationship building and collaboration skills across organization and client base
  • Excellent written and verbal communication with strong presentation skills
  • Well-developed discipline in working efficiently and achieving results, both independently and collaboratively

 


JOB TITLE:              Paralegal

DEPARTMENT:      Legal

SUPERVISOR:         Deputy General Counsel

POSITION SUMMARY

Primary responsibilities for this position include performing all statutory and regulatory filings and supporting a Legal Department of three attorneys at a property and casualty insurance company. This individual will report directly to the Deputy General Counsel.

In addition to the supervisor, this individual works closely with the Legal and Accounting Departments and has some interaction with clients/vendors.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate with the Legal and Accounting Departments to ensure statutory and regulatory filings are made in a proper and timely manner
  • Manage existing state insurance licenses
  • Obtain and maintain agency and agent state licenses
  • Coordinate business authority registration filings including states’ annual statements
  • Research and analyze federal and state statutes and regulations, and regularly use Secretary of State, state department of insurance and industry association websites
  • Research state filing requirements and make all necessary insurance policy form and rate filings
  • Assist with responding to regulatory inquiries and exams/audits

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Prepare, review and negotiate routine contracts under the direction of an attorney
  • Maintain corporate minute books
  • Assist in the procurement of various corporate insurance policies
  • Provide support to attorneys on various matters
  • Assist with due diligence matters
  • Ability to be cross-trained in other departmental functions

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree; paralegal certification preferred
  • 3-5 years experience in regulatory or legal department; experience at an insurance company a plus
  • Notary public preferred

Technical Knowledge / Skills:

  • Excellent organizational and time management skills with the drive and focus to complete tasks and meet deadlines, strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent computer skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

Key Competencies (self management, collaboration and leadership)

  • Self motivated, with a proactive and positive demeanor and the drive to learn, develop and accomplish
  • Ability to work independently and collaborate effectively with colleagues of all levels in a variety of work settings to complete tasks in a timely manner
  • Ability to undertake multiple assignments, manage priorities effectively, and achieve results independently.
  • Strong relationship building and collaboration skills
  • Ability to learn new tasks and skills quickly; comfortable asking questions and verifying information and requirements

JOB TITLE:              Director, Accounting

DEPARTMENT:      Accounting

SUPERVISOR:         Vice President and Controller

POSITION SUMMARY

Primary responsibilities for this position include statutory reporting, implementation of new insurance products, reconciliation, analysis, preparation of various tax returns as well as ad hoc reporting for internal and external users. 

In addition to the supervisor, this individual works closely with the Accounting Department and various RVI employees as well as the Company’s external audit team.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist with the preparation of the quarterly and annual statutory filings for the NAIC and the Bermuda Monetary Authority
  • Oversee the implementation of new insurance products and the ongoing maintenance of these products
  • Review and prepare various general ledger reconciliations and record journal entries as needed
  • Ensure accurate and timely close processes
  • Meet all statutory, internal and external financial reporting deadlines
  • Manage the external audit and maintain positive relationships with audit engagement team
  • Perform applicable accounting research to ensure appropriate accounting principles are utilized
  • Assist in the preparation of the quarterly and annual federal tax provision
  • Assist in the preparation of various federal and state tax returns

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and distribute ad-hoc reports
  • Assist in special projects
  • Assist in maintaining internal controls
  • Research and resolve any accounting discrepancies and irregularities should they arise

 POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Public accounting experience with CPA designation, preferred but not required
  • 12+ years accounting/finance experience
  • Insurance accounting experience required

Technical Knowledge / Skills:

  • Solid understanding and working knowledge of FASB accounting guidance
  • Solid understanding of insurance accounting standards
  • Self-motivated and detailed oriented professional with strong finance and analytical skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills
  • Strong working knowledge of SAGE300 general ledger system
  • Sapiens StatementPro annual statement preparation system a plus but not required

Key Competencies (self-management, collaboration and leadership)

  • Strong initiative and ability to manage multiple projects, ensuring timely completion
  • Should have good judgment, planning skills and leadership traits
  • Ability to display strong personal initiative and accountability
  • A team player who thinks strategically and effectively when faced with challenges
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent collaboration and relationship building skills with all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work independently to solve complex problems with limited oversight

JOB TITLE:              Manager, Accounting

DEPARTMENT:      Accounting

SUPERVISOR:         Director of Tax and Financial Reporting

POSITION SUMMARY

Primary responsibilities for this position include financial reporting, reconciliation, analysis, preparation of various tax returns as well as ad hoc reporting for use by internal and external users.  This individual supervises a staff of two: a Staff Accountant and an Accounts Payable Specialist.

In addition to the supervisor, this individual works closely with the Accounting Department and various employees of the Company. This position requires some interaction with vendors.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Prepare various general ledger reconciliations and record journal entries as needed
  • Prepare the quarterly and annual consolidated financial statements (US GAAP and Insurance)
  • Ensure accurate and timely close processes
  • Manage maintenance of the Sage General Ledger
  • Manage accounts payable function
  • Meet all statutory, internal and external financial reporting deadlines
  • Work with external auditors and maintain positive relationships with audit engagement team
  • Perform applicable accounting research to ensure appropriate accounting principles are utilized
  • Prepare various state premium tax, local property tax and state business tax returns
  • Provide training and supervisory oversight to direct reports

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and distribute ad-hoc reports
  • Assist in special projects
  • Assist in maintaining internal controls
  • Research and resolve any accounting discrepancies and irregularities should they arise
  • Assist with the preparation of quarterly and annual statutory filings for the NAIC and State of Connecticut

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Public accounting experience with CPA designation, preferred but not required
  • 7+ years accounting/finance experience
  • Insurance accounting experience a plus but not required

Technical Knowledge / Skills:

  • Solid understanding and working knowledge of FASB accounting guidance
  • Self-motivated and detailed oriented professional with strong finance and analytical skills
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills
  • Strong working knowledge of SAGE300 general ledger system
  • TriTech Premium Pro state tax preparation system and OneSource federal & state tax preparation system, a plus but not required

Key Competencies (self-management, collaboration and leadership)

  • Strong initiative and ability to manage multiple projects, ensuring timely completion
  • A team player who thinks strategically and effectively when faced with challenges
  • An individual who takes responsibility for results and seeks opportunities to learn
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent collaboration and relationship building skills with all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work independently to solve complex problems with limited oversight
  • Proven experience in a fast paced, deadline driven environment

RVI Group offers competitive compensation, an excellent benefits package, a 401(k) Plan, and education assistanceThe RVI Group is an equal opportunity employer.  Background checks are required.

RVI Group is a Stamford based residual value insurance company serving both lessors and investors in the passenger vehicle, commercial equipment and commercial real estate markets.  Residual value insurance protects against a decline in market value of tangible assets, and is a critical tool for asset risk and lease accounting.  The flexibility of residual value insurance allows us to tailor coverage to meet the objectives of each unique client.