Acadia Insurance is a regional property casualty insurer with offices throughout the Northeast. As a member of W.R. Berkley Corporation (NYSE: WRB), one of the largest property casualty insurance holding companies in the United States, our financial strength and integrity are two of the main reasons why Independent Agents place business with us. Acadia is rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best, with an A+ claim paying ability rating by Standard & Poor’s.
At Acadia, we value our employees, our customers and our communities. Employees at Acadia are part of a progressive company where everyone can make a difference. We promote an inclusive environment which encourages continuous learning and the chance to grow and develop.
For more information about Acadia, please visit our website at www.acadiainsurance.com.
Become a member of Acadia’s New York branch and have a direct impact on new market expansion and customer service for our current clients throughout New York. In the Loss Control Representative role, you’ll enjoy the flexibility to telecommute and the excitement of building relationships with our agents and insureds. You will provide detailed risk assessments for prospective commercial accounts and loss control service delivery to our policyholders.
Acadia has a great opportunity to start your career in insurance as a Loss Control Trainee. During the formal training program which will begin in June, participants will learn all aspects of commercial property and casualty insurance. In addition, participants will travel to other Acadia locations to make connections with peers and learn more about insurance. Upon completion of the program, the Loss Control Trainee will be promoted to Associate Loss Control Representative and will work out of our Albany, NY location. After completing the training program, this position will require significant travel throughout the State of New York.
Our ideal candidate will be detail oriented, flexible, have excellent communication skills, an entrepreneurial spirit and thrive in a team environment. A bachelor’s degree is required. A degree in occupational health and safety, engineering or construction management is preferred. A valid driver’s license is also required.