This opportunity is for a Seasonal Crop Adjuster, a temporary role with flex hours.
What does the day to day look like?
Working from home, being out on a farm in your community/assigned territory.
Investigate, evaluate and conclude field inspections by following regulatory and company rules and procedures.
Ensuring that claims are handled in the most effective, efficient way while delivering a customer-centric level of claims service.
Candidate should reside anywhere in Montana as this is a virtual role.
High School Diploma or Equivalent and 6 or more months of experience in the agricultural area
Crop Adjuster Proficiency Program Certification (CAPP) must be obtained with 180 days of hire date.
Reliable personal transportation and travel within territory
Valid Driver's License
RCIS Crop Adjuster Physical Requirements: walk in agricultural fields up to 3 miles, climb agricultural storage bins up to 25 feet, lift 25 lbs to 50 lbs, work outdoors in varying temperatures/weather conditions.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
Strong organization and prioritization skills
Intermediate Microsoft Office skills
A future with Zurich
Now is the time to move forward and make a difference. At Zurich, we want you to share your unique perspectives, experiences and ideas so we can grow and drive sustainable change together. As part of a leading global organization, Zurich North America has over 148 years of experience managing risk and supporting resilience. Today, Zurich North America is a leading provider of commercial property-casualty insurance solutions and a wide range of risk management products and services for businesses and individuals. We serve more than 25 industries, from agriculture to technology, and we insure 90% of the Fortune 500 . Our growth strategy is not limited to our business. As an employer, we strive to provide ongoing career development opportunities, and we foster an environment where voices are diverse, behaviors are inclusive, actions drive equity, and our people feel a sense of belonging. Be a part of the next evolution of the insurance industry. Join us in building a brighter future for our colleagues, our customers and the communities we serve. Zurich maintains a comprehensive employee benefits package for employees as well as eligible dependents and competitive compensation. Please click here to learn more.
As a global company, Zurich recognizes the diversity of our workforce as an asset. We recruit talented people from a variety of backgrounds with unique perspectives that are truly welcome here. Taken together, diversity and inclusion bring us closer to our common goal: exceeding our customers' expectations. Zurich does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected status. EOE disability/vet
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Location(s): AM - Montana Virtual Office
Remote Working: Yes
Schedule: Part Time
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Adjuster is $40,150 per year or $19 per hour. The highest paying Adjuster jobs have a salary over $51,000 per year while the lowest paying Adjuster jobs pay $31,000 per year
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