Commercial Insurance Inspector- Independent Contractor (part-time/non-employee)
OSI Survey Division is looking for professional individuals who possess excellent communication skills, able to manage multiple tasks, schedule own appointments, handle local travel, and complete work by due dates. Candidates must be proficient with computers.
This is a part-time non-employee, per assignment position. Commercial Insurance Inspectors provide reports to the insurance industry. These reports include information to assist in the underwriting of an insurance policy; as well as any necessary recommendations to improve the risk associated with that policy. As a Commercial Insurance Inspector you will work from your home, and travel to local commercial properties; to include retail occupancies, restaurants, hotels, apartments, construction sites, light manufacturers, etc. Types of commercial insurance coverage inspected for can include Property, General Liability, Workers Compensation, etc. Once an assignment is received, you are to schedule an appointment with the policy holder to visit the insured location. 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. The majority of 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 work is received and submitted online.
Necessary tools include a cell phone, PC, image/document scanner, digital camera, high speed internet, a measuring wheel, reliable transportation, and a valid driver’s license.
• Commercial Lines Property/Casualty Loss Control
• Commercial Lines Property/Casualty Claims Adjuster
• Commercial insurance inspections
• Commercial Lines Property/Casualty underwriting
• Fire and Life Safety investigations/inspections
No Licensed Insurance Agents/Producers