Job Posting Policy and Procedure For Submission
Job postings will be accepted and posted, free of charge for current ASSP Members and Employers that submit a job posting on the behalf of their organization. The posting will expire and automatically be removed from the website after a 30 day period. Prior to the expiration of the 30 day period, the posting may be renewed at the request of the submitter for one additional 30 day posting period. Exceptions may be granted upon the approval of the chapter leadership.
All job postings that are posted “free of charge” must specifically be stated as a position located in the Central Illinois Chapter boundaries or immediately adjacent Chapter boundaries. These areas generally include Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Wisconsin. Exceptions may be granted upon the approval of the chapter leadership.
Job postings for any other submitter or organization, such as employment recruiters, job boards or others that may receive direct or indirect compensation for successfully referring or placing candidates with an employer will be charged $25 for each 30 day posting period. The posting will expire and automatically be removed from the website after a 30 day period. Prior to the expiration of the 30 day period, the posting may be renewed at the request of the submitter at a rate of $25 for each subsequent 30 day period. Payments must be made by check and payable to “Central Illinois Chapter of ASSP”. Payment arrangements and delivery address will be provided upon coordination of the job posting.
All job postings must have a contact email address, phone number or mailing address listed. The chapter will not be responsible for collecting, filtering or screening responses on the behalf of the job posting submitter.
The chapter reserves the right to restrict, edit, remove or prohibit any job posting at the discretion of the chapter leadership.
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Loss Control Representative – Apply at this link:
At COUNTRY Financial, our Commercial Loss Control Representatives partner directly with our clients to help prevent losses and the associated impact losses have on their business. You will play a big part in administering our various loss control programs. A large portion of your job is reviewing inspections completed by a vendor to identify risk and communicate recommendations that our clients can use to improve the success of their business. You will also help our business partners by responding to their questions. You will research various nationally recognized codes and standards for application to a specific operation to assist in our risk selection process. You may also be assigned a small territory to complete in person inspections and you will be asked to complete virtual inspections of our client’s properties. You must demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills when working with COUNTRY Financial clients and agents. You can have a large impact on the success of our client’s business through safety consultation services and technical support. Your role includes identifying exposures with significant loss potential, investigations of cause/effect of major losses and hazard/safety management programs.
This position offers a hybrid work schedule and is based out of our corporate office in Bloomington, IL.
How does a Commercial Loss Control Representative make an impact?
- Performs Loss Control inspection activities by line of business as assigned. Inspections requested may include, commercial and/or personal lines accounts (both new and existing) as requested, to obtain underwriting information and provide hazard control techniques(s) to improve underwriting results. Completes survey report, provides concise underwriting information, submits written recommendations to control/eliminate identified hazards, evaluates loss history to assist in safety program development/enhancement, state overall impression of account, and establishes resurvey date.
- Reviews with the policyholder and financial representative, all hazard control techniques(s) recommended, supplying rational for the control or elimination of the hazard. Recommendations may be communicated orally with the insured and financial representative; however, written documentation should follow to the insured, financial representative and underwriting.
- Works independently, and as part of a team, to identify and provide recommendations based on statistical and analytical research to improve current policies and procedures. Collects and analyzes loss data for commercial and/or personal lines losses and creates annual reports for management.
- Trains underwriters and claims in all regions on Loss Control related topics and unusual underwriting topics (overnight travel to regional offices is required to complete this responsibility).
- Provides technical and underwriting eligibility information to district underwriters, Home Office underwriters, agents and insureds. Assists underwriting, when requested, in risk selection and property appraisal.
Do you have what we’re looking for?
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of risk management principles associated with various commercial and agriculture operations.
- Working knowledge of building and safety related codes and standards (ex: NFPA and OSHA)
- Insurance knowledge or experience would be a plus.
- Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.
- FAA Remote pilot license, or the ability to obtain one.
- Must maintain a valid driver’s license with the ability to drive an automobile.
- Must have the physical dexterity to walk, reach, climb and crawl to inspect properties.
- This is an intermediate level professional role, which typically requires 2+ years of relevant experience. This can also be filled as a senior level professional role, which typically requires 5+ years of relevant experience.
Why work with us?
Our employees and representatives serve nearly one million households with our diverse range of personal and business insurance products as well as retirement and investment services. We build relationships and work together to create a stronger, more secure future for our clients and our communities. We’re a big company, yet small enough you can make an impact and won’t get lost in the shuffle. You’ll have the opportunity to learn and grow throughout your career, either within this role or by exploring other areas of our business.
You’ll be able to take advantage of our benefits package, which includes insurance benefits (medical, dental, vision, disability, and life), 401(k) with company match, parental leave, paid time off, paid company holidays and time off to volunteer in your community. Please click here to learn more about who we are and the many benefits we offer our employees.
COUNTRY Financial is committed to providing equal opportunity in all areas of employment, and in providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, disability, or any other status protected by applicable laws or regulations.
Come join our team at COUNTRY today!
COUNTRY Financial does not generally sponsor individuals for employment-based visas for this position.