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IC - Commercial Insurance Inspector

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Commercial Insurance Inspector - Independent Contractor
Overview
EXL Risk Control is a leading provider of risk assessments and loss control surveys to commercial lines insurance carriers. We are seeking candidates who possess excellent communication skills, computer proficiency, and a commitment to meeting client quality and timeliness standards. Those with these skills as well as knowledge or experience in commercial insurance, inspections, or fire and safety assessments are encouraged to apply.
You will be responsible to schedule on-site surveys and provide risk control reports to insurance industry clients. These reports contain information necessary to underwrite a commercial insurance policy, and may include recommendations to control and/or correct potential loss producing conditions associated with that policy. You will be expected to manage assignments you accept, successfully secure customer appointments within a local territory and complete work assignments on time.
Inspectors will work from their home or office, and travel to local commercial business operations (i.e.) retail businesses, restaurants, hotels, apartment buildings and complexes, construction operations and jobsites, various types of manufacturers, churches, schools, etc. You will assess the risk for various commercial insurance lines of business that can include Property, General Liability, Workers Compensation, Auto/Fleet, Products Liability, Inland Marine and Builders Risk.
Tools or Items You Must Provide:
Windows-based PC with an image/document scanner
Digital camera
High speed internet access
Measuring device such as: laser, 100 ft. tape, or measuring wheel
Reliable vehicle
Auto and General Liability Insurance
Preferred Experience
Commercial Lines Property/Casualty Loss Control
Commercial Lines Property/Casualty Underwriting
Commercial Lines Property/Casualty Claims Adjuster
Commercial insurance inspections
Fire and Life Safety investigations/inspections
Must pass a background check. No Licensed Insurance Agents/Producers.
EEO StatementEEO/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabilities

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