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Actively and effectively manages all processes within the entire project lifecycle (initiate, plan, execute, monitor & control, close). Oversees multiple concurrent projects within a program. Produces desired results and adds value by using appropriate techniques and level of rigor in all project management activities. Serves as a corporate change agent, engaging project teams using a non-confrontational, collaborative, consensus-driven approach. Embraces the KFB Guiding Principles.
Responsible for the complete life cycle of the recruiting process. This position is responsible for sourcing, pre-screening, and closing qualified candidates for hire at all levels. Serves as the point of contact to hiring managers and applicants regarding the status of recruitment activities. Coordinates internal and external posting activities through the Intranet (KNET), KYFB.com website, and the Applicant Tracking System (iCIMS). Conducts criminal history checks, reference checks, and pre-employment testing. Extends employment offers and oversees all aspects of temporary staffing activities.
Reviews, analyzes, and modifies programming systems including encoding, testing, debugging and installing to support an organization’s Java/J2EE applications. Works with project members to develop specifications, diagrams and flowcharts. Has knowledge of commonly-used programming and design concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.
This position will support the North and Northeast Kentucky area. (subject to change)
The Field Support Representative is the mobilized team member responsible for the Regional Claim and Agency Office technology needs. This position is responsible for making sure that each office has their hardware and software up and functioning on a daily basis to assure they can serve KFB members and customers. Technology and system connection is essential for every person and office that the FSR serves. Position serves as a liaison between State Office systems personnel and end users. Provides training for computer system users. Perform a wide range of activities to improve understanding and use of information systems among company and agency staff. Provides systems analysis to ensure the needs of the user are met. Individual relies on experience and independent judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
This position is responsible for the administration of the organization’s fleet of motor vehicles. This position will offer exceptional service to all fleet users throughout the organization and will serve as the primary contact with outside fleet vendors.
Reviews, analyzes, and modifies programming systems including coding, testing, debugging and installing to support an organization’s distributed applications. Familiar with relational database concepts and the distributed application concepts. Works with project team members to develop specifications, diagrams and flowcharts. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.
Intended for a current college student that is seeking part-time employment during the semester.
The focus of this job will be to support KFB Agency, Inc. brokerage operations in providing quality service to the Kentucky Farm Bureau Agency Force in situations where our members’ insurance needs are outside the scope of products offered or underwritten by Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company. This includes the areas of policy maintenance, policy billing, entering direct and agency bill commission statements, and other support functions. The duties of this job will be fulfilled using thorough judgment, broad technical skills, and a positive attitude, focused on adding value through excellent customer service to our internal and external stakeholders. This role consists of a training and development program that will prepare the participant to become an insurance brokerage professional. This participant will learn the responsibilities of brokerage staff, rules, procedures, and workflows for the Agency Assistant position and the Agency Support Representative position.
Position exists to provide a centralized reporting and problem resolution facility to support users of Information Technology. User support will be given by researching, analyzing, and resolving Information Technology user problems. Individuals in this position record all calls received and initiate appropriate corrective action.