CopperPoint Insurance Companies, has an exciting opportunity for a Loss Control Consultant working remotely in Northern California as we are expanding our California footprint. The Loss Control Consultant is responsible for identifying and analyzing data and other information pertinent to the insured’s business operations and property exposures, conducts site surveys, and collaborates with underwriting to provide risk recommendations for account retention and new business. The territory the Loss Control Consultant will be responsible for will include Northern Counties of the San Francisco Bay Area and the Northern California Coastal Counties up to the Oregon border.
- Researches, assesses, and develops a personalized plan of action based on site surveys of physical properties, fleets, industrial operations, and products/services provided.
- Identifies and conducts analysis of claims, historical losses, and loss trend analysis data to identify and target high risk exposures.
- Develops and communicates recommended processes, written procedures, and policy changes to reduce risks and control related hazards, behaviors, and loss exposures. Evaluates existing risk, safety, and management controls to determine effectiveness.
- Accountable for providing effective and timely communications and required documentation; call and route preparation; and policyholder annual policy assessments as needed, to underwriting and management.
- Acts as a risk and safety consultative resource for the company’s underwriters, agents, and policyholders by providing superior value-added customer service.
- Ability to travel daily between locations with occasional overnight travel.
- This is a safety-sensitive position in accordance with A.R.S. 23-493.
- Driving a vehicle is a requirement for this position.
- Bachelor’s degree in risk management, safety and health, business administration or a related discipline with a minimum of 5 years of experience in loss control.
- ASP, CSP, ARM or other professional designation preferred.
- OSHA training and other safety workshops, seminars, and training classes to achieve and/or maintain associated certifications and knowledge.
- Previous experience, knowledge, and application of DOI, NCCI, WCIRB, Cal/OSHA, NFPA standards, rules, regulations and building codes.
- Excellent analytical, problem solving and organizational skills including the ability to prioritize.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Bi-lingual (Spanish) is desirable.