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Job Overview

Risk Engineering is a critical service that we provide for our commercial insureds. The risk engineering professional operates within the Risk Engineering Department and is considered an integral component of the valued added services that we provide for our commercial insurance policy holders. In tandem with your business and insurance acumen development, you will also develop basic interview, report writing, and risk evaluation skills as you work to attain an understanding of the Risk Engineering role within Chubb. As a risk engineering professional, you will be responsible for preparing surveys for current or prospective accounts, which include comprehensive reports to identify hazards and potential loss-producing exposures and a thorough evaluation of controls in place or those that are recommended or required.

Responsibilities
  • Prepares surveys for current or prospective accounts.
  • Prepares reports to identify potential loss-producing exposures and a thorough evaluation of controls in place of those that are recommended/requires.
  • Visits existing accounts to check on recommendations, evaluate changes in exposures, and/or provide risk improvement services.
  • Interacts with insureds and brokers.
  • Prepares reports, letters and surveys that are written in accordance with loss control guidelines.
  • Completes client reviews and evaluations in support of our underwriting departments, allowing for more informed decisions to maximize profit and growth.
  • Accomplishes client service focusing on on-going and close collaboration with clients on the identification and control of claim trends and property casualty related exposures.
  • Provides clients with training on safety program improvements and exposure control techniques such as accident investigation, safety committee development, plant inspection programs, ergonomics, property conservation and better understanding federal and state agency.
  • Builds and maintains productive relationships with internal and external customers, including clients, underwriting and service teams, claims, and agents.
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Craftsmen of Insurance℠ - Katelyn's Story

Craftsmanship requires attention to detail and technical proficiency. So as Craftsmen of Insurancewe demand excellence of ourselves and take personal accountability for our work. Insurance is personal. And it’s personal to us, too. Meet Chubb Risk Engineer Katelyn Foster, sharing, in her words, the expertise and commitment to excellence that goes into serving every Chubb customer.