Loss Control - Consultant

Cincinnati Financial Corporation Denver , CO 80208

Posted 4 months ago

Make a difference with a career in insurance

At The Cincinnati Insurance Companies, we put people first and apply the Golden Rule to our daily operations. To put this into action, we're looking for extraordinary people to join our talented team. Our service-oriented, ethical, knowledgeable, caring associates are the heart of our vision to be the best company serving independent agents. We help protect families and businesses as they work to prevent or recover from a loss. Share your talents to help us reach for continued success as we bring value to the communities we serve and demonstrate that Actions Speak Louder in Person.

If you're ready to build productive relationships, collaborate within a diverse team, embrace challenges and develop your skills, then Cincinnati may be the place for you. We offer career opportunities where you can contribute and grow.

Start your journey with us

The Loss Control department has an opening for a loss control consultant working in: Denver, Colorado area. Loss control consultants provide beneficial services to our local independent agency partners, helping them write and retain commercial insurance clients. Responsibilities also include conducting multi-line risk evaluations on existing and prospective accounts.

Starting Salary: $50,000 - $95,000; depending on experience and skills

Be ready to:

  • develop and maintain positive relationships with our local independent agency partner and their clients
  • conduct risk evaluation surveys to assist in the underwriting process of new and renewal business
  • develop and maintain productive relationships with underwriters and field team associates
  • provide loss control servicing, such as training, consultation, IH and ergonomic, to existing commercial policyholders
  • prepare technically detailed reports providing a clear assessment of risk and appropriate recommendations
  • attend field territory sales meetings when applicable
  • update marketing and underwriting associates on services status for the field territory
  • review claims and loss trends in order to initiate loss mitigation efforts
  • update agencies on services status for their clients

Be equipped to:

  • the ability to work remotely and flexibility to travel
  • knowledge of commercial lines insurance products and coverage
  • the ability to develop and conduct training programs
  • knowledge in hazard recognition and control for workers' compensation, property, fleet, general liability and products liability
  • time management skills and the ability to work independently to accomplish goals
  • interpersonal, consultative and organizational skills
  • proficiencies in Microsoft Office tools and related software

You've earned:

  • undergraduate degree in engineering or applicable science or related experience and training
  • professional designations such as CSP, CFPS, CIH, OHST, CPCU, ARM or CRM

Enhance your talents

Providing outstanding service and developing strong relationships with our independent agents are hallmarks of our company. Whether you have experience from another carrier or you're new to the insurance industry, we promote a lifelong learning approach. Cincinnati provides you with the tools and training to be successful and to become a trusted, respected insurance professional all while enjoying a meaningful career.

Enjoy benefits and amenities

Your commitment to providing strong service, sharing best practices and creating solutions that impact lives is appreciated. To increase the well-being and satisfaction of our associates, we offer a variety of benefits and amenities. Learn more about our benefits and amenities packages.

Embrace a diverse team

As a relationship-based organization, we welcome and value a diverse workforce. We grant equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race; creed; color; sex, including sexual orientation; religion; national origin; age; disability; or any other basis prohibited by law. Learn more about the Federal Employment Notices.


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Loss Control - Consultant

Cincinnati Financial Corporation