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Commercial Lines Loss Control Inspector

Loss Control - Commercial

Loss Control - Commercial Package

Yearly

Life and Work Proven in Lieu of Diploma

1 year

Yes

Contractor Part Time Work

Policyholder Location

No

Vermont, Vermont, United States

We are looking for experienced Commercial Lines Loss Control Consultants to visit accounts in the area to perform insurance inspections and consultative visits. At least three years of experience is preferred but credit may be given for certifications such as CSP or ARM. Independent Loss control consultants (1099 Position) work independently and efficiently to meet hard due dates and are paid by the completed report. Appointments are set at the mutual convenience of the inspector and property contact. Orders are sent and completed reports are returned through a cloud-based system. This is contract-based work that is a flat rate per inspection, or hourly, depending on the client requirements. Payments are made weekly upon full completion and submission of report. Counties include Carroll, Muscogee, Troup, Meriweather, Haralson, Pike and Lamar that Commercial and Residential contractors are needed.

The ideal candidate has experience and physical ability to adequately assess the physical condition of a property, strong communication skills, good technology skills, good organizational skills, ability to operate basic computer tasks, and the ability to quickly turn around work in a timely manner. The candidate shall have their own equipment for use on the job (computer, digital camera, scanner, cell phone, etc.), reliable transportation, and be available for calls.

During your visit you will conduct an interview, survey/inspect the premises, identify hazards/controls, take digital photographs, and make any necessary recommendations to improve risk. Most inspections will also call for buildings to be measured, square footage calculated, and diagrams produced. Following the site visit the Inspector is expected to promptly produce a detailed and accurate report of the information obtained.

All contractors must provide a current resume and if considered, submit to a background check which includes a criminal records check and may include a drug screen. Bi-lingual is a plus.