EMPLOYER: The Andover CompaniesWebsite
Position – Loss Control Specialist
Founded in 1828, The Andover Companies is an A (Excellent) rated property and casualty insurance organization writing approximately $600M+ in premium, with $2B in surplus and $3B+ in assets. We operate in eight, mostly northeast states, and are a top writer of Homeowners insurance in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Our office is located 23 miles north of Boston in Andover, Massachusetts, where we employ over 250 employees.
The Company offers a professional working environment, superb benefits (including a state-of-the-art Wellness Center), and an attractive compensation package. The underwriting department is comprised of individuals who work well within a team environment and have long-term career goals. Our supportive work environment inspires personal interaction within the Company and with our independent insurance agents who sell our products. Building strong personal relationships is the cornerstone to our success.
We have an entry-level professional opportunity for a Loss Control Specialist. This position will work in Maine. The Loss Control Specialist will survey an assigned list of light to moderate hazard properties, including habitational, offices, stores, and restaurants. Upon successfully completing training, each Loss Control Specialist will work independently under the supervision of a Loss Control Supervisor.
All Loss Control staff at The Andover Companies work in an assigned area, and on occasion, will be asked to travel to other territories to work as workloads dictate. Loss Control Specialists will be provided with a laptop, cell phone, and training materials. With the successful completion of training, a company car will also be provided.
· Valid US Driver’s license
· Excellent Communication Skills
· Good knowledge of computers and other electronic devices, including Microsoft office products
· Ability to work in an autonomous environment which includes managing own workload effectively, working independently, making sound decisions based on training and achieved skills
· Organizational and problem-solving skills
· Ability to climb stairs and ladders, walk through both interior and exterior of buildings, work in all types of weather conditions
· A background in Fire Safety, Safety, Construction, Electrical, Facility Management, Building Maintenance, Fire Suppression, Fire Alarms, or similar experience is desired
Benefits include 401(k), medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long term disability insurance, employee assistance program, and tuition assistance.