- Basic Computer Skills
- Certified Safety Professional
- Driver's License
- Clean Driving Record
- Flexible Spending Account
- Free Flu Shots
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Vision Insurance
Who we are.
American National is a successful and stable corporation guided by five core values: Financial Strength, Integrity, Respect, Service and Teamwork. We are among America’s Most Trustworthy Financial Companies according to Forbes. We’ve spent the last 110+ years earning this reputation and we work each day to expand this legacy. We know we’re not just selling insurance, we’re providing security and peace of mind to our 5 million policyholders.
The growth, innovation and success of American National are driven by our incredible employees who thrive on delivering exceptional service to our clients. Success begins and ends with our people. Their loyalty and dedication to American National is why we’re successful.
If you share our values and can contribute to our mission of providing the highest quality service to our clients, we want to hear from you!
Why join us?
We know that our employees’ lives encompass much more than the time they spend at work. To help them maintain a healthy work/life balance, we’ve compiled a generous benefits package, including: medical, dental, vision, short and long-term disability, life insurance, flexible spending account, matching 401(k), paid time off, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement and referral bonuses.
We’ve also incorporated unique benefits like our volunteer program where employees are provided PTO for giving their time to a non-profit of their choice. Healthy employees are productive employees so we also have a comprehensive wellness program that includes onsite fitness centers and classes or discounted gym memberships, free health screenings, free flu shots, and more.
Loss Control Representative (Remote)
Does your work experience include loss control / risk and safety management with a commercial insurance carrier or construction? Do you have familiarity with Worker’s Compensation, commercial auto, farm insurance and/or general liability? As an American National Loss Control Representative, you will work from your home base (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Jersey, and upstate New York area(s) preferred) and travel within an assigned territory to service accounts. You will be responsible for educating and training policyholders, agents, and home office team(s) concerning loss mitigation; Providing detailed action programs and recommendations, while continually building positive and professional relationships, and offering ongoing consultative support.
Concentrating on company commercial property and casualty business lines including property, general liability, auto and workers compensation
Delivering high quality risk evaluations and loss analysis of prospective or existing policyholders to identify risks, exposures, and controls while reporting results to underwriting
Conduct inspection and risk analysis of renewal and new business accounts
Objectively consider issues and information-Identifying alternatives and implementing solutions to deliver service and provide value
Conduct quality reviews on current vendor loss control reports and assist in the selection of outside loss control vendors to ensure quality loss control services are delivered
Assist vendors in providing loss control materials and services-Aid in interpreting vendor recommendations for both insureds and underwriters
Apply knowledge of negotiating techniques, subject matter, and strategy to obtain commitment, compromise, or settlement that promotes mutual goals
Associates or Bachelor’s degree in related field such as safety management, insurance and risk management preferred, or equivalent industry experience considered
(3-5) years’ work experience in safety management and/or insurance loss control desired
Have ability to regularly sit, lift, climb ladders, climb stairs, and drive for extended periods of time
General knowledge of the insurance industry: Construction, functions of a loss control department, federal D.O.T. and OSHA regulations and commercial insurance claims handling procedures -Beneficial
Must have the ability to read and interpret insurance company loss runs, along with DOT, OSHA, and NFPA guidelines
Familiarity with valuation systems
Possess a valid U.S. driver’s license, with acceptable driving record
Certifications such as CSP, ARM, OHST, AINS, and CDS a plus, but not required
Basic computer skills to produce routine internal and external reports including formation of charts and graphs
Must have the ability to communicate in front of small and large groups to provide safety/loss control related information
Must have strong customer service focus and possess the ability to effectively negotiate and resolve issues
Ability to work independently, effectively plan, and organize work
Ability to travel weekly including some overnights as needed
The preceding job posting has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this role. It is not intended to be interpreted as a comprehensive list of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications.
American National’s recruitment policies help us place individuals in a timely and efficient manner. Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted by our recruiting team. Candidates always have the ability to determine their application status by logging into our Career Portal.