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THIS POSITION IS A HYBRID ROLE AND REQUIRES THAT THE APPLICANT RESIDES WITHIN A 50 MILE RADIUS FROM THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:   WARRENVILLE, IL or MARLTON, NJ.   Career Opportunity:   Do you thrive in a high-volume, fast-paced environment? Do you enjoy the challenge of a role where no two days are alike? We are looking for positive, high-energy, passionate customer service professionals.  Qualities like these cannot be taught, but they can be sharpened, strengthenedand appropriately compensated when you join Liberty Mutual Insurance as an Auto Claims Representative.  As a licensed claims adjuster, you will be fulfilling the promise we made to our customers when they purchased their policy by working with those who have been in an auto accident and need our help. In this role, you will guide our insureds and claimants through the auto claims process from start to finish. There are many moving pieces you will manage. You need to have strong organizational skills and be a time management expert, love problem solving and helping others. Your job is speaking to and engaging customers who have just been in an accident and need your help – this is where the passion for service comes into play. We strive to treat our customers as we would want to be treated!   This role is a steppingstone into your claims career.  With limitless growth opportunities, you are in-charge of your future.   Bring your unique talents to our Fortune 100 company and receive paid and licensing.  Prior claims or insurance experience is not required!   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory   You’d be a great fit if you are:   An Empathetic Service Professional: When a claim is received, you skillfully pick up the phone and use your customer centricity and problem-solving skills to confidently assure our customers that you are there to guide them through the process.   A Front Lines Liaison: You rise to the role of representing the Liberty brand, you believe in delivering on our promise.   A Reliable Teammate: Whether you work at the office or from home, you adapt well to different environments, schedules and the varying needs of our customers.   A Customer-Centric Claims Representative: Integrity is in your nature. That means you sincerely care that customers get exactly what they paid for and need to embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.
ID
2024-62544
Minimum Salary
USD $40,500.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $71,600.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$48,500
THIS POSITION IS NOT 100% REMOTE AND REQUIRES THE APPLICANT TO RESIDE WITHIN A 50 MILE RADIUS FROM ORLANDO, FL - FOREST PARK, OH - SUWANEE, GA   Career Opportunity:   Do you thrive in a high-volume, fast-paced environment? Do you enjoy the challenge of a role where no two days are alike? We are looking for positive, high-energy, passionate customer service professionals.  Qualities like these cannot be taught, but they can be sharpened, strengthenedand appropriately compensated when you join Liberty Mutual Insurance as an Auto Claims Representative.  As a licensed claims adjuster, you will be fulfilling the promise we made to our customers when they purchased their policy by working with those who have been in an auto accident and need our help. In this role, you will guide our insureds and claimants through the auto claims process from start to finish. There are many moving pieces you will manage. You need to have strong organizational skills and be a time management expert, love problem solving and helping others. Your job is speaking to and engaging customers who have just been in an accident and need your help – this is where the passion for service comes into play. We strive to treat our customers as we would want to be treated!   This role is a steppingstone into your claims career.  With limitless growth opportunities, you are in-charge of your future.   Bring your unique talents to our Fortune 100 company and receive paid and licensing.  Prior claims or insurance experience is not required!   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory   You’d be a great fit if you are:   An Empathetic Service Professional: When a claim is received, you skillfully pick up the phone and use your customer centricity and problem-solving skills to confidently assure our customers that you are there to guide them through the process.   A Front Lines Liaison: You rise to the role of representing the Liberty brand, you believe in delivering on our promise.   A Reliable Teammate: Whether you work at the office or from home, you adapt well to different environments, schedules and the varying needs of our customers.   A Customer-Centric Claims Representative: Integrity is in your nature. That means you sincerely care that customers get exactly what they paid for and need to embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.
ID
2024-62543
Minimum Salary
USD $45,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $50,000.00/Yr.
Senior Property Adjusters investigate larger commercial property claims, evaluate damages, determine coverage, set accurate loss cost estimates, control the insured's exposures and losses, manage consultants, and achieve a prompt, fair and equitable settlement according to fair claims handling requirements. Negotiate settlement of claims of varying complexity and perils. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory Ideal Candidate will be located in Oklahoma, Texas, Or Louisiana  Responsibilities: - Conducts a prompt, thorough and fair investigation by obtaining relevant facts to determine coverage, origin, and extent of loss. Reviews and utilizes financial statements to adjust complex business interruption losses. - Conduct on-site appraisal or direct independent adjuster to determine facts relevant causation, damages and exposure. - Engages and manages consultants as required to assist in determining facts, causation, damages and exposure monitors the costs to ensure they are reasonable and necessary. - Establishes and maintains accurate loss cost estimates and reserves for each claim for reporting, financial records, and other purposes. - Keeps the Insured and others informed about the claim's status with clear, timely and accurate written/oral communications. Effectively communicates in writing on moderately complex coverage issues with minimal review and coaching. Determines depreciation of claim. - Affirms or denies coverage of the claim based on the facts and the policy terms and conditions. Develops information necessary to make advance, partial and final payments when appropriate. - Meet time requirements of the policy and fair claims handling practices. - Effectively negotiate settlement of claims of varying complexity and perils. Achieves a prompt, fair and equitable settlement of a claim, where there is policy liability. - Keeps the electronic claim file properly documented with accurate, clear and timely information and reports that reflects the adjustment activities and substantiates any payments made. - May participate in quality assurance file review sessions and serve as a technical resource for less experienced claims personnel. - Provide guidance to inexperienced team members and may act as a mentor to other entry level adjusters - Will be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62527
Minimum Salary
USD $73,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $116,900.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
84,100-106,000
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Burlington, Massachusetts area. To be successful in the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to it.   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62514
Minimum Salary
USD $63,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$70,200 - $84,600
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The Field Property Claims Adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Canyon, TX area. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within 20 miles of this area or closer.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62513
Minimum Salary
USD $55,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $80,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$61,400 - $74,000
The Senior Technical Claims Specialist determines coverage, investigates complex and highly complex commercial casualty claims, determines liability, sets and adjusts reserves, evaluates the claim, negotiates a settlement, authorizes and resolves the claim. Demonstrates a high level of expertise and sound judgment in complex matters; may as a subject matter expert. This is a 100% remote position.  Effective September 2023, you will be required to go into the office twice a month if you reside within 50 miles of one of the following offices: Bala Cynwyd, PA; Boston, MA; Hoffman Estates, IL; Indianapolis, IN; Lake Oswego, OR; Las Vegas, NV; Plano, TX; Suwanee, GA; Syracuse, NY; Tampa, FL; or Weatogue, CT.  Please note this policy is subject to change. The salary range posted reflects the range for the varying pay scale that encompasses each of the Liberty Mutual regions and the overall cost of living for that region.    Responsibilities: - As the claim’s owner, determines coverage, investigates the claims, determines liability, sets and adjusts reserves, evaluates the claim, negotiates a settlement, authorizes and pays the claim; may deny claims. - Reviews lawsuit documentation and supporting documents, claims file, investigation, etc. Establish actions to be taken to resolve lawsuit. - Includes determining loss coverage, amounts owed, discovery plans, setting reserves and negotiations. - Establishes appropriate working team (Home Office Legal, Defense Counsel and Home Office Claims) based on allegations established in suit. - Responsible for managing the practices and billing activities of outside counsel. - Accountable for security of financial processing of claims, as well as security information contained in claims files. - Trains and mentors staff as appropriate; manages relationships and acts as liaison with various business partners (e.g., Underwriting, Reinsurance, Etc.). - Keeps abreast of existing and proposed legislation, court decisions and trends and experience pertaining to specialty coverage issues. - May analyze the impact upon claims policies and procedures and advises Claims. - Management of claim activities so appropriate action can be taken where required. - Participates in special projects.
ID
2024-62507
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $166,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,650- $133,100
As a Laboratory Technician you will be responsible for managing and maintaining rental and field industrial hygiene equipment. The industrial hygiene technician will also assist the lab manager and chemists in the preparation and analysis of samples for Liberty Mutual Industrial hygiene staff as well as external lab clients.   This position will develop an understanding and knowledge of laboratory processes and take on more responsibilities related to sample analysis as the candidate matures in the role.  The role will also require data abstraction from the submitted chains of custody while performing quality control maximizing field and lab efficiency.   Responsibilities - Managing and servicing all Liberty Mutual’s Industrial Hygiene equipment.  Creation and updates made to Microsoft access and excel inventories/ calibration records databases.  - Assemble and prepare air sampling media for industrial hygienists and external clients.  - Perform gravimetric analysis of air samples prior to preparation of sample for contaminant specific analysis.  - Collaborate with chemist to prep batches for analysis. - Utilize the Lab Information Management System (LIMS) to complete data entry of submitted samples.  - Written and verbal interaction with clients will be necessary to coordinate sampling equipment rental and support media requests.   Key Capabilities and Characteristics: - Microsoft Office Suite experience and strong organizational skills are preferred.   - Previous analytical laboratory/ industrial hygiene experience is preferred. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently are all strong attributes of a successful candidate.  - Able to easily adopt new technology.
ID
2024-62505
Minimum Salary
USD $67,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $103,500.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$76,300 - $94,500
The Senior Product Analyst plays a leading role in developing and delivering accurate and impactful data and data-driven views for the global cyber insurance business, ultimately supporting informed and efficient decision making and improved business outcomes. The Analyst acts as the global cyber team’s central expert for cyber as a product data, management information, and portfolio reporting, and ensures the utilization of data is maximized across the global, cross-functional cyber team. The analyst also works closely with the GRS Data Office and other business and functional partners to leverage existing organizational capabilities where possible. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, collaborative, consistently align work to business priorities, and work under limited direction from a manager on more complex tasks.    If the selected candidate lives within 50 miles of a GRS office, the expectation is to have an in-office presence of two times/week. This policy is subject to change.    The role is responsible for: - Data framework, expansion, and quality improvement: Advances efforts to drive data synchronicity and centralization across the world and across functions (e.g. financial, actuarial, account specific, policy specific, risk-selection tool (telemetry), claims, etc). Develops the global data framework which serves as the foundation for stronger data governance and enhanced data roadmaps. Engages with internal global cyber and cross-functional teams, along with external vendors, to assess, recommend, and/or implement measures that improve cyber data robustness and quality, control and remediation. May serve as a key point of contact for select vendors. - Data manipulation: Works with the Data Office and independently to gather, query, and manipulate data from various internal, external, portfolio, and technical data sources to drive an enhanced, comprehensive understanding of the portfolio and performance, and respond to business questions. Additional efforts may be required to evaluate and work with the Data Office or independently to connect to new internal and external data sources. - Report/ Dashboard development and maintenance: Develops reports and conducts select maintenance for reports/dashboards considered complex in nature, working collaboratively with key cyber, functional, and business stakeholders to ensure the design of reporting solutions are fit for purpose; this includes the use of data visualization tools. - Analysis and insights: Examples of analysis are identifying trends, patterns, gaps, and benchmarking. Also responsible for identifying and driving transparency for potential biases that can impact analysis and decision-making. - Communication: Communication of data, analysis, and insights takes the form of dashboards, reports or PowerPoints, presentations, responses to ad hoc requests, and more. Key stakeholders and partners for communication include the global cyber office of underwriting and leadership team, business unit and regional cyber teams, cyber risk engineering, exposure risk management, actuarial, claims, distribution, marketing and other cross-functional partners.
ID
2024-62503
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,400.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
94,600 - 135,000
At Liberty Mutual, we’re committed to delivering exceptional legal services to our customers around the world, working to uphold and protect our policyholders’ rights and positively impacting our business. As an Insurance Defense Attorney at Liberty Mutual, you’ll join a diverse team that values a healthy work/life balance and enjoy benefits that include eligible performance bonuses, 20 days of flexible time off each year, personal holidays, a pension plan and a 401(k) plan with matching contributions. If you’re looking for a place to build a long-term career while making a positive difference, consider joining our legal team where you’ll represent Liberty Mutual and our policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of moderate value.   We encourage you to apply and bring your expertise if you’re a: - Experienced litigation attorney: You’ll manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc. and negotiating settlements as required. - Strategic partner: Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. - People person: You’ll establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. - Effective communicator: You’ll develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. - Collaborative mentor: You’ll provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal.
ID
2024-62492
Minimum Salary
USD $79,900.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $132,600.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
91,200-100,000
The Claims Specialist works within a Claims Team, using the latest technology to manage an assigned caseload of routine to moderately complex workers compensation claims from the investigation of the claim through resolution. This includes making decisions about compensability, evaluating losses, and negotiating settlements. The role interacts with claimants, policyholders, medical providers, attorneys, and other third parties throughout the claim’s management process. The position offers training developed with an emphasis on enhancing skills needed to help provide exceptional service to our customers.   Responsibilities:   - Manages an inventory of claims to evaluate compensability. - Establishes action plan based on case facts, best practices, protocols, regulatory issues and available resources. - Plans and conducts investigations of claims to confirm coverage and to determine liability, compensability and damages. - Assesses policy coverage for submitted claims and notifies the insured of any issues; determines and establishes reserve requirements, adjusting reserves, as necessary, during the processing of the claim, refers claims to the subrogation group or Special Investigations Unit as appropriate. - Assesses actual damages associated with claims and conducts negotiations, within assigned authority limits, to settle claims. - Performs other duties as assigned.
ID
2024-62489
Minimum Salary
USD $63,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$70,200-84,600
Job Summary: The Sr. Cybersecurity Engineer role (Cybersecurity Detection and Response Engineer) is an experienced role within the Liberty Mutual’s Cybersecurity Operations Center and will work within an agile team to develop proactive methods to detect, protect, and respond to cyber threats. This role will work cross functionally across many security teams within the Cybersecurity Operations Center and will report directly to the Director of the Cybersecurity Operations Center.   Job Responsibilities: -          Participates as a member of an agile team -          Performs research on new methods for detecting malicious or suspicious cyber behavior -          Develops new methods for detecting cyber threats through monitoring security controls and technology. -          Develops and deploys event correlation and risk-based methods for building detections -          Develops and deploys detections in behavioral analytics platforms -          Works within Agile software development environment supporting a SIEM & Security Orchestration and Automation platform (SOAR) -          Develops automation response and remediation playbooks within a SOAR technology -          Performs analysis to ensure quality, integrity, and fidelity of use cases, rules, and analytics for effectiveness -          Supports Incident Response teams as needed to collect artifacts for audit and internal investigations. -          Develops and deploys to popular cloud platforms -          Leverages APIs to perform integration of systems where possible -          Utilizes industry standards and frameworks such as NIST Standards, MITRE ATT&CK & Defend Framework, and the Cyber threat Kill Chain. -          Collaborates with various teams to understand cyber detection requirements -          Uses a customer centric approach to building detections and response Preparation, Training, and Experience   -          Subject matter expertise in the following areas: Cyber Detection Engineering -          Subject matter expertise in at least one of the following areas: -          Software Development, Cyber Threat Hunting, Malware Analysis & Reverse Engineering, Cyber Threat Intelligence, Digital Forensics & Incident Response, SOAR Development -          College-level degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Security, or other related discipline -          Active Cybersecurity certifications are desirable (but not required) such as GCIH, GREM, GCFA, GCTI, OSCP etc. -          5 years of recent experience working as a cybersecurity professional -          Previous experience working in a Cyber Security Operations Center or similar function is desirable -          Knowledge of relevant frameworks, standards, and best practices such as NIST CSF, PCI-DSS, CIS CSCs, MITRE ATT&CK, Cyber Kill Chain etc. -          Experience with using a Security Information Event Management (SIEM) platform -          Experience with using a scripting language such as Python or PowerShell for task automation or tool creation is desirable -          Demonstrable knowledge of several of the following areas: cybersecurity concepts, network protocols, firewalls, IDS/IPS systems, email security, endpoint security, network security, Windows/Linux/macOS systems, cyber threat hunting, malware analysis tools and techniques, cyber threat intelligence, common threat actor TTPs, application security concepts, cloud security fundamentals, Incident Response methodologies. -          Excellent oral and written communication skills. Desirable Certifications: -          Industry Security Certifications -          Cloud based security certifications -          Offensive security certifications -          Security Solutions/Tools Certifications
ID
2024-62476
Minimum Salary
USD $103,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $192,700.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$121,300 to $169,600
Do you enjoy helping people? Do you like variety in your work? Enjoy real-world challenges by joining the energetic business environment of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Claims Department. Liberty Mutual Insurance is a Fortune 500 company, and one of the largest multi-line insurers in the property/casualty field. In addition to providing support to the Claims Department you will also have the opportunity to work side by side with experienced professionals who deliver the highest-quality services to our customers, helping them live safer, more secure lives. To be considered for this position, you are required to reside within 50 miles of Liberty Mutual’s Lake Oswego, Oregon Office. This position has a hybrid work schedule. Liberty Mutual has an exciting Technical Assistant position available. - In this administrative role you will provide a variety of administrative tasks, technical support and customer service duties, such as gathering, organizing, validating and/or entering data. - You will respond to routine correspondence, inquiries and information requests, and resolve routine problems or escalating them as necessary. - Gathers and organizes data needed by obtain information from systems, files, intranet and/or by contacting other people inside or outside the Company. - Reviews and verifies information which may include source documents, policies, claims files, summons & complaints, salary data, etc. - Ensures completion and accuracy of data, paperwork, and/or forms. - Coordinates materials or special projects for staff which may include preparing material/reports, distributing, editing, formatting and proofreading material. - Maintains records and data which may include entering into databases/servers, developing tracking systems/spreadsheets, setting up files, etc. - Ensures accuracy of information and runs reports as needed. - Acts as a technical resource for internal and external customers/contacts by providing answers to routine inquiries and coordinating responses; resolving problems and/or discrepancies which may involve research and data collection. - Provides administrative support to technical staff which may include, creating documents, forms, spreadsheets, presentation material, etc.;   reviewing incoming mail and determining course of action; preparing and sending out form letters.
ID
2024-62474
Minimum Salary
USD $40,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $60,700.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
45,500-55,600
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Monticello, MN area.  In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62468
Minimum Salary
USD $59,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $86,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
65,900-79,400
As a Technical Consultant you will be responsible in providing moderately complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty area or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company`s leadership position in the safety field through developing key relationships.   Depending on experience this position can be hired at various Consultant levels.  - Property experience highly preferred.  - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - Provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - At the discretion of their manager, provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. - Identifies new business opportunities for RC services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual` s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness by developing a network of contacts.
ID
2024-62454
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $159,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,600 - $143,400
We are continuing to invest and grow our Construction team! We are in search of a dedicated specialty construction casualty underwriter to help us to grow our existing book in the Midwest region. Liberty Mutual’s Mid Construction team handles Middle Market to National Account-sized casualty construction business sharing specialized knowledge of construction and risk management with our agents and brokers. Our underwriters work on the primary casualty & property lines coverages for both guaranteed cost as well as loss sensitive program structures. Liberty Mutual fosters underwriter judgment and emphasize local decision making. This is an excellent opportunity for a talented & eager commercial insurance underwriter with construction expertise, confidence, and deal-oriented mindset.    This would be considered a Hybrid role in the posted office location (2 office days a week and those can flex)   Underwriting Specialist: $106,700 - $143,700. Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days Underwriting Consultant:  $121,500 - $163,300Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days Underwriting Consultant ll: $138,000 - $187,000 Annual FTO days (Flexible Time Off): 20 days   - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Key Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Key Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Key Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to preferred brokers to market and cross market. Provides input to the development of marketing plans, product analysis, services, geographic focus and broker intelligence. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates multiple areas of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2024-62441
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $209,000.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$106,900 - $187,000
Liberty Mutual is seeking to grow our Commercial Underwriting Team in the Eastern Region
ID
2024-62439
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $216,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,000 - $185,000
We deliver our customers peace of mind every day by helping them protect what they value most. Our passion for placing the customer at the center of everything we do is driving a transformational shift at Liberty Mutual. Operating as a tech startup within a Fortune 100 company, we are leading a digital disruption that will redefine how people experience insurance.   Job introduction:   The "Enterprise Data & Analytics Technology (EDATA) specializes in providing data and data science platforms along with customized analysis solutions to customers around the world with a proven track record for delivering. As part of our Analytics Platforms team, the Lead AWS DevOps Engineer / SAS Viya will work on implementing enterprise infrastructure solutions supporting our most critical analytics platforms."   The candidate will provide leadership and oversight on design, engineering and development of information technology solutions. Will be responsible for the most complex, multi-site, multi domain activities and integration. Reviews and provides input to architectural designs to ensure consistency, maintainability and flexibility. Analyzes highly complex system and technical issues to implement features and enhancements in an iterative way that align with strategic technical direction. Plans and leads execution of architecture migrations. Provides leadership in reviewing the velocity of the team, presenting continuous improvement opportunities for improved product/team performance.   About the job: - Acts as the lead solution engineer or technical lead responsible for the implementation of approved technologies that align with technical architecture, customer`s business plans and long term strategy. - Manages the troubleshooting and resolution of infrastructure compatibility issues based on systems architecture, project requirements and customer expectations. - Participates during incident management events and provides consultative recommendations on viable resolutions. - Makes recommendations to improve process efficiency and effectiveness. - Contributes to decisions that impact profitability and operational effectiveness. - Mentors staff to develop infrastructure development capabilities.
ID
2024-62438
Minimum Salary
USD $133,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $246,900.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
155,200 - 190,400
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Saint Paul, MN. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62431
Minimum Salary
USD $59,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $86,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
65,900-79,400
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Hudson, Ohio. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62428
Minimum Salary
USD $55,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $80,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
61,400-74,000
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Edgerton, WI. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62427
Minimum Salary
USD $55,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $80,300.00/Yr.
Must live within the SW FL territory or be willing to relocate Safeco Insurance is part of the Personal Insurance business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance. Safeco is committed to providing a range of superior property and casualty products to customers across the United States through a network of independent agents. Safeco is proud to support the communities that we live and work in and values a diverse work force. You'll be engaged in meaningful work for an organization that is committed to "helping people live safer, more secure lives" every day. As a Senior Territory Manager, you will drive profitable premium growth within your assigned territory by selecting, engaging and managing independent agents to successfully sell and support Safeco's Personal Lines products and services. This role is at the forefront of building premium growth through relationships with our underwriters and agents to ensure we build market-share successfully. Responsibilities - Owns and manages assigned territory driving profitable growth to achieve financial and operational targets. - Leads assigned geographical territory and agency management processes (e.g. Agency prospecting, business planning, engagement, training, compensation, plant optimization, etc.).           - Independently builds and cultivates mutually beneficial agency partnerships in person with agency ownership, management and frontline staff. - Establishes position as a trusted advisor while delivering product, underwriting philosophy, appetite and system training, support retention and new business development to increase depth and maximize agency revenue.         - Creates, maintains, and executes high quality agency strategies and plans to achieve direct written premium, profit and new business goals. - Plans include strategic and tactical components and are aligned with?key Personal Lines or Business Lines business strategies including carrier consolidation (book transfer), agency plant expansion, service center support and new product/program rollout support.                     - Drives and ensures quality of new business flow, appropriate book mix, and overall risk management of both individual agency books and overall assigned territory. Provides appetite and target market clarity, identifies and addresses profit or quality of business concerns to ensure profitability across territory.       - Leads, collaborates with, influences and supports internal business partners (underwriting/product management/claims/risk control) to identify and capitalize on opportunities, solve problems, share key competitor and industry intel and provide voice of our agent/customer. - Collaborates with Personal Lines (PL) or Business Lines (BL) counterparts to effectively partner with shared agency assignments. - Strategically utilizes internal and external programs and tools designed to support the Independent Agent channel and Senior Territory Manager agency management including all Marketing and Development programs, business development tools and internal production/profitability data and analysis.                                                        - Provides leadership and mentoring for other team members, guidance on agency initiatives, and contributes ideas for continuous improvement.
ID
2024-62422
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
106,900 - 137,100
Owns and manages an assigned territory, driving profitable premium growth to achieve financial and operational goals. Under limited supervision, manages broad and diverse agency partnerships, handles 100+ agency storefronts within one local geographic territory, and optimizes territory performance. Creates, implements and executes territory and agency strategies to achieve goals utilizing all company programs, tools and resources while collaborating with internal business partners. Conducts agency outreach primarily through in-person visits, supplemented by audio or video conferences, email and other digital media. Line of business emphasis on business lines, working across a wide breadth of commercial products, coverages and market appetite. Works closely with agents and brokers to drive flow of small commercial business. Balances engagement with agents and brokers to secure larger targeted accounts and managing account pipeline end-to-end. Manages renewal processes and works across multiple underwriting segments. - Owns and manages assigned territory driving profitable growth to achieve financial and operational targets. - Leads assigned geographical territory and agency management processes (e.g. Agency prospecting, business planning, engagement, training, compensation, plant optimization, etc). - Independently builds and cultivates mutually beneficial agency partnerships in person with agency ownership, management and frontline staff. Establishes position as a trusted advisor while delivering product, underwriting philosophy, appetite and system training, support retention and new business development to increase depth and maximize agency revenue. - Creates, maintains, and executes high-quality agency strategies and plans to achieve direct written premium, profit and new business goals. Plans include strategic and tactical components and are aligned with key Personal Lines or Business Lines business strategies including carrier consolidation (book transfer), agency plant expansion, service center support and new product/program rollout support. - Under limited supervision, drives and ensures quality of new business flow, appropriate book mix, and overall risk management of both individual agency books and overall assigned territory. Provides appetite and target market clarity, identifies and addresses profit or quality of business concerns to ensure profitability across territory. - Leads, collaborates with, influences and supports internal business partners (underwriting/product management/claims/risk control) to identify and capitalize on opportunities, solve problems, share key competitor and industry intel and provide voice of our agent/customer. Collaborates with Personal Lines (PL) or Business Lines (BL) counterparts to effectively partner with shared agency assignments. - Strategically utilizes internal and external programs and tools designed to support the Independent Agent channel and Senior Territory Manager agency management including all Marketing and Development programs, business development tools and internal production/profitability data and analysis. - Provides leadership and mentoring for other team members, guidance on agency initiatives, and contributes ideas for continuous improvement. - Performs other duties as assigned.  
ID
2024-62413
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
106,900 - 134,700
  As a Technical Director for the property line of business the successful candidate will be completing the most complex and high value property surveys and provide coaching to aligned learners in the assigned region while supporting Product Director projects.  The Property Technical Director will be aligned closely with the region’s underwriting team to provide thorough support.   Survey work will include prospective, new business, renewal, and service type visits.  The surveys will consist of preparation, account contact, business and hazard evaluation that could include all lines of business with property exposure being the leading evaluations. The onsite and virtual evaluations will include report writing, recommendation follow up, and underwriting support. The survey and service work will support Liberty Mutual Risk Control initiatives and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual.   Additionally, the role is largely responsible for the training/mentoring of less experienced consultants to improve their property expertise. The Property Technical Director will develop (in conjunction with others) the strategy to identify, address, and improve the regions property skills. The successful candidate will understand the role of emotional intelligence in the coaching process and take ownership of aligned learners.   The role enhances Liberty Mutual’s leadership position in the safety field through speaking engagements at conferences, developing key relationships, and publishing safety related articles in professional publications.   In addition to the summary noted above the role will provide the following: - Provides an array of expert property consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Have strong generalist skills for GL, Auto, WC, and IM lines of business. - Will create service plans to reduce the risk of insurable losses and improve retention. - Works closely with the Risk Control service team to support their initiatives and projects.  - Supports other Risk Control Technical/Service Directors across the Liberty Mutual space to improve the impact of: technology; industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk; improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. - Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of reports and loss prevention services provided by less experienced consultants. - Provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance lesser experienced consultants development and effectiveness. - Develops policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of loss prevention consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. Identifies new business opportunities for loss prevention services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual’s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences, developing a network of contacts, and/or publishing safety related articles (about one or more specialty areas) in professional publications. - Be active with NFPA and other professional organizations. - May lead projects or project steps within a broader project or have accountability for ongoing activities or objectives.  
ID
2024-62402
Minimum Salary
USD $107,600.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $188,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$126,200 - $169,600
**THIS IS A FIELD POSITION AND WILL BE WORKING IN THE MALDEN, MA TERRITORY**   Auto Damage Appraisal Licensing and Certification are required.   SIGN ON BONUS OF UP TO $15,000   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.    Completes quality appraisals of damaged vehicles to restore these vehicles to their pre-damage condition. Completes moderate to more complex claims within assigned authority limits consistent with company policy and legal requirements. Daily expectations include total loss opinions, auto repair shop and independent adjuster appraisal re-inspections, and supplemental appraisals. Provides best in class service to our internal and external customers. Provides technical and procedural assistance to other insurance professionals in relation to the claims appraisal process. Responsibilities Using multiple software systems and claims best practices, prepares itemized appraisals indicating costs of parts, materials and labor necessary to restore damaged vehicles to their pre-damage condition. Submits appraisals promptly to claims personnel or issues payments to policyholders and/or claimants to expeditiously process claims. Provides technical advice on vehicle repair, parts costs, garage expertise and opinions on whether specific damage is related to a particular accident. Completes auto repair facility and independent re-inspections, supplements as warranted to verify damage or confirm repairs are completed. Resolves disagreements and negotiates with auto repair facilities, Independent Adjusters, claimants and policyholders. Evaluates claims for potential fraud or subrogation. May be called upon for catastrophe duty All other duties as assigned.
ID
2024-62395
Minimum Salary
USD $68,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $92,600.00/Yr.
Are you seeking a flexible, hybrid work schedule that allows you to work an exciting career in inside sales? Liberty Mutual is hiring for Inside Sales Representatives to work in Plano, TX. This position requires agents to live 50 miles or less from Plano, TX. We offer a flexible hybrid schedule that allows agents to work 3 days in office and 2 days remotely.    Start Date: - Unlicensed training begins March 25th, 2024 - Licensed training begins April 8th, 2024.   Benefits: - Company Match 401(k) - Company Provided Pension - Dental Insurance - Health Insurance - Paid Time Off - Paid Training Compensation:  $58,000-$65,000 first year - $45,000 base salary + uncapped monthly sales incentive. - Base salary differential for certified bilingual Spanish speakers. - Comprehensive benefits from Day 1, including health and dental insurance, 401K, company paid pension, paid time off, and flexible work arrangements to help you keep balance in your personal and professional life. Job Description: Are you ready for an exhilarating career opportunity? Join our team and unleash your potential as an Inside Insurance Sales Representative! You will receive inbound calls from both existing and new customers searching for a Safeco Insurance policy.   Our focus is not only on sales but also on providing outstanding client service. As an Inside Sales Representative, you will gather information to provide informed tailored insurance proposals based on the caller’s unique needs.   The Inside Sales Representative position is ideal for applicants with insurance experience or service / sales professionals without experience looking to enter the insurance industry.   Schedule: - We provide comprehensive training for new hires, offering paid training of either 6 weeks licensed or 8 weeks for those seeking to obtain a personal lines producer license. - During training, the hours are Monday to Friday from 7:00am to 3:30pm (PST) or 9am-5:30pm (CST). - Your initial shift post training will fall within operating hours and will be assigned based on performance and overall business needs. ​Licensed Sales Center operating hours: - Monday-Friday  7:00am to 7:00pm. - Saturday            6:00am to 5:00pm. - Sunday              8:00am to 5:00pm.
ID
2024-62392
Minimum Salary
USD $58,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $65,000.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
45,000
Liberty Mutual Surety™ is currently recruiting for a Surety Underwriter to join our Miami team.    As a Surety Underwriter, you will underwrite and provide services for the placement of commercial and contract surety bonds for new and existing accounts throughout the Latin America region. Using your excellent rapport building skills, you will build and maintain positive relationships with assigned brokers and market to the territory focusing on relationship building.  You will also use your business and financial acumen to perform primary credit underwriting and financial/risk analysis to provide recommendationsand ensureappropriate decisionsare made for a book of business. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced, detail-oriented, and self-motivated surety professional looking to grow their career in a cross-border role with a top surety company that focuses on its employees and customers first.     Liberty Mutual Surety, a business unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is the world’s largest globally Surety, including in the United States. Conducting business worldwide through fronting relationships and Liberty-owned subsidiaries, we provide bonds in over 60 countries for construction firms, manufacturers and suppliers, and commercial enterprises on an account and transactional basis. We are committed to building mutually profitable relationships by providing smart business solutions, ease of doing business, and consistent, responsive service.  Liberty Mutual Surety is dedicated to the communities we serve and highly values a diverse workforce in more than 16 countries.       Responsibilities:     - Thoroughly underwrites bond risk and communicates detailed approvals to internal colleagues to ensure the correct placement of bonds with Liberty Mutual Surety entities and fronting partners throughout the Latam region.   - Underwrites new and existing account submissions utilizing underwriting authority granted by Chief Underwriting Officer.  May handle some complex accounts based on level of role. Makes thorough evaluations and assessments of a customer’s financial, technical, organizational, and management capacities, experience, desired objectives as well as a subjective judgment of character, normally based upon data/insights.  In many cases, will meet virtually withthe broker and/or client to facilitatethe above assessments.  - Performs analytical evaluations of financial statements on both a static and trend basis. Determines the present and historical financial position of the account and monitors financial position of risk through analysis of quarterly statements and work in progress data as appropriate.    - Responsible for investigation, analyzing, and managing all necessary underwriting/accounting/workflow issues, within framework of Surety policies and procedures with an emphasis on continuous improvement.   - Meets with brokers from assigned territory to solicit business/submissions via marketing efforts and educate broker representative(s) on Liberty Mutual Surety policies, procedures, appetite, and requirements.   Act in a consultative capacity and discuss/review broker accounts and performance.   - May assess and identify changes in all aspects of the business including work program to financial strength criteria, nature of work performed (inherent risk), accuracy and timeliness of data flow, and exposure analyses.  Coordinate and escalate issues to more seniorOffice of Underwriting personnel and Bond Managers, as necessary.  - In connection with credit recommendations which tend to fall outside of normal underwriting standards, applies sound reason and business logic to reach decision as authorized.  Effectively documents such logic in file and communicates to more senior Office of Underwriting and Field Underwriting personnel, as necessary.  - Provide directionfor topics to be addressed in meetings with brokers, customers, and others, as necessary.   - Prepare and implement instructions for administering workflows and accounting/billing issues with brokers and clients to service unique situations.   - Performs special projects and other duties as assigned.  - Fluency in Spanish and English required.
ID
2024-62388
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $133,200.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$99,000-$126,000
Do you have the skills—and drive—to join a tech team that’s working to digitally transform a trillion-dollar industry? From test-driving the latest technologies to creating intuitive consumer apps, Liberty Mutual is constantly innovating and creating industry-leading solutions that provide peace of mind for our customers worldwide. As a Principal Cybersecurity Specialist at Liberty Mutual, you’ll apply your talents in an Agile environment that has the creative energy of a start-up—and the full backing and comprehensive benefits of a Fortune 100 company.   Liberty Mutual Global Cybersecurity (GCS) is actively searching for a Principal Cybersecurity Specialist who is passionate about Identity and Access Management and has the experience to help us take our IAM program to the next level. This role is an important element of our IAM – Identity Management practice, helping realize our vision to continuously improve the way we work, ensure security is embedded and enabling, improve the customer experience, and deliver innovative solutions rapidly.   You would be a member of an agile team that is focused on analysis, system design, documentation, testing, implementation and support for highly complex security systems, operations, and processes.   In this role you will:   - Provide oversight and guidance of applicable Identity Management Processes to ensure solutions adhere to standards and policies. - Serve as a technical expert for requirements, design, and development of Identity Management solutions and tools. - Conduct interviews to gather requirements via workshops, questionnaires, surveys, site visits, workflow storyboards, etc. Work with stakeholders and product team to prioritize collected requirements. - Translate requirements in a clear manner that is comprehensible to the product team and conduct peer reviews of the business requirements to ensure that requirement specifications are correctly interpreted and adhere to policies and standards. - Work with stakeholders and IAM scrum teams to clarify business requirements, remove roadblocks, constantly communicate, and gain alignment around IAM Governance. - Communicate changes, enhancements, and modifications of business requirements, verbally or through written documentation, to applicable stakeholders and product teams. - Participates in the QA of solutions to ensure features and functions have been enabled and optimized including development of test plans as needed. - Create process models, specifications, diagrams, and charts. - Create ad-hoc and scheduled executive-level reports as needed. - Effectively communicates technical issues to diverse audiences. - Utilize data to help support recommendations and decision making.   This role might be for you if you have:   - A senior technical professional background with knowledge of Agile development methodologies, IAM, and business process engineering. - Deep level expertise in Identity and Access Management solutions, and the implementation of Identity Governance systems in the enterprise. - A solid understanding of cybersecurity as it relates to Identity Governance systems, a proven track record of completing the business analysis work to successfully onboard applications into these systems.
ID
2024-62373
Minimum Salary
USD $103,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $192,700.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$121,300 to $169,600
**While this is a work from home position, due to regional travel involved, to be considered for this position the ideal candidate will reside in the state of WA; be within 100 miles of Denver, CO; or within 30 miles of Coeur d Alene, ID. Senior Property Adjusters investigate larger commercial property claims, evaluate damages, determine coverage, set accurate loss cost estimates, control the insured's exposures and losses, manage consultants, and achieve a prompt, fair and equitable settlement according to fair claims handling requirements. Negotiate settlement of claims of varying complexity and perils. Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory Responsibilities: - Conducts a prompt, thorough and fair investigation by obtaining relevant facts to determine coverage, origin, and extent of loss. Reviews and utilizes financial statements to adjust complex business interruption losses. - Conduct on-site appraisal or direct independent adjuster to determine facts relevant causation, damages and exposure. - Engages and manages consultants as required to assist in determining facts, causation, damages and exposure monitors the costs to ensure they are reasonable and necessary. - Establishes and maintains accurate loss cost estimates and reserves for each claim for reporting, financial records, and other purposes. - Keeps the Insured and others informed about the claim's status with clear, timely and accurate written/oral communications. Effectively communicates in writing on moderately complex coverage issues with minimal review and coaching. Determines depreciation of claim. - Affirms or denies coverage of the claim based on the facts and the policy terms and conditions. Develops information necessary to make advance, partial and final payments when appropriate. - Meet time requirements of the policy and fair claims handling practices. - Effectively negotiate settlement of claims of varying complexity and perils. Achieves a prompt, fair and equitable settlement of a claim, where there is policy liability. - Keeps the electronic claim file properly documented with accurate, clear and timely information and reports that reflects the adjustment activities and substantiates any payments made. - May participate in quality assurance file review sessions and serve as a technical resource for less experienced claims personnel. - Provide guidance to inexperienced team members and may act as a mentor to other entry level adjusters - Will be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62369
Minimum Salary
USD $77,200.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $136,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$82,500 - $115,700
This role requires 3 days in office at our Boston Corporate Location       Liberty Mutual has an exciting opportunity for a motivated paralegal to join our team. The new paralegal will be joining a collegial and experienced team of attorneys and paralegals responsible for providing legal assistance to Liberty Mutual Group's investment department.   Responsibilities:  - Provides paralegal support to the attorneys and legal professionals in the Investment Legal Group, with minimal supervision - Facilitates all equity and private debt transactions which includes review, drafting and processing of subscription agreements, amendments, as well as other deal documents - Draft various board votes - Facilitate signatures to transaction documents    - Provides support on SEC regulatory reporting requirements pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (including Form 13F and Schedule 13D and G) - Develops a working knowledge of company resources sufficient to facilitate document management, respond to requests and inquiries, and interact with clients - Assists in training and serving as mentor to all levels of paralegals - Other responsibilities and duties as assigned Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. - Paralegal Certificate preferred - 1-3 years working experience as a Corporate Paralegal, or related role; - Some knowledge of securities transactions and regulations as well as corporate governance - General knowledge of the structuring of various entities: LPs, LLCs, C-corps; - Excellent oral and written communication skills to communicate effectively with clients worldwide - Ability to drive process and keen follow up skills required - Strong organizational skills with a high degree of attention to detail - Must be able to exercise independent judgement and to effectively prioritize work assignments - Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and other Microsoft products, Excel, and corporate and legal databases
ID
2024-62354
Minimum Salary
USD $73,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $115,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
80,000
Do you have the skills - and drive - to join a tech team that’s working to digitally transform a trillion-dollar industry? From test-driving the latest technologies to creating intuitive consumer apps, Liberty Mutual is constantly innovating and creating industry-leading solutions that provide peace of mind for our customers worldwide. As a senior software engineer at Liberty Mutual, you’ll apply your talents in an agile environment that has the creative energy of a start-up - and the full backing and comprehensive benefits of a Fortune 100 company.   The Software Delivery team in Secure DevOps Platforms is hiring a Secure Supply Chain Engineer to help change the evolution of our secure coding and delivery practices within Liberty Mutual. This position will be a member of our newer secure supply chain team, leading the evaluation and implementation of new techniques and tooling in support of our global software delivery platform. You will be responsible for analyzing our CI/CD pipelines and source code to detect complex vulnerabilities. You will develop frameworks and tools to perform automated detection of vulnerabilities and data misconfiguration at the enterprise scale. You will work to help identify, educate, and instruct teams in mitigating and/or eliminating these risks.   We encourage you to apply and bring your expertise if you’re a: - Technical problem solver: Going far beyond simply developing error-free source code, test scripts, components, and system architectures, you’ll document and build deployment guides aimed at maintaining robust, relevant software. - Customer-centric engineer: Putting clients’ needs first, you’ll translate customer requirements into technical applications and support the implementation of new software. - Motivated mentor: Exercise your technical capabilities while coaching and collaborating with software engineers at all levels. - Forward thinker: Merely fixing a problem isn’t enough. Using your proactive mindset and initiative, you will also identify opportunities to enhance performance, quality, and efficiency.  Also, you will need to be able to communicate the implementation we have established. Responsibilities - Improve upon and further integrate the Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC) into product design and engineering efforts. - Empower secure-by-default development by shipping libraries and frameworks that address classes of vulnerabilities at scale. - Assist with code reviews to proactively identify potential vulnerabilities, and follow-up with tooling to prevent future vulnerabilities. - Conducts multidisciplinary research and collaborates with developers in the planning, design, development, and utilization of cyber security best practices in support of product and commercial software development.
ID
2024-62344
Minimum Salary
USD $103,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $192,700.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$153,000 - $173,000
The Lead Catastrophe Analyst will actively lead and manage projects under the guidance of the CAT Manager. Collaborate with the team, providing technical mentorship for efficient task completion. Analyze large datasets to identify patterns, trends, and correlations relevant to catastrophe modeling. Contribute to the establishment of reporting standards and best practices. Identify opportunities for process improvements aligned with CAT Management guidelines. Work closely with cross-functional teams and external partners to integrate modeling insights into decision-making processes.   Note: This is a Hybrid opportunity with compensation dependent on candidate’s geographic location, overall experience, and skill level.   Responsibilities: - Support quarterly portfolio roll-up and reporting operations. - Supervise and mentor a team of catastrophe modeling analysts, providing guidance on model development, analysis techniques, and project management. - Support the development of reporting standards and best practices for portfolio and account level modeling. - Ensure accuracy and reliability of catastrophe models, conducting quality assurance checks and implementing best practices. - Engage with internal partners as needed to respond to rating agency surveys, and any other related ad-hoc reporting. - Maintain comprehensive documentation of modeling methodologies, assumptions, and results for internal and external reporting purposes. - Support business planning, profit studies, portfolio optimization, reinsurance purchase, and other actuarial or data driven exercises where catastrophe risk inputs are required. - Assist in the development of catastrophe capacity and appetite metrics. - Support Catastrophe event response and loss estimation efforts. - Collaborate with R&D team and the different business units on various projects and cross functional initiatives.
ID
2024-62338
Minimum Salary
USD $111,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $188,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$131,000-$150,000
The Energy Underwriting Specialist is responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business through marketing, underwriting decision making, building mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships and establishing a marker-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to brokers to market and cross market. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates an area of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2024-62325
Minimum Salary
USD $91,800.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
107,000-137,000
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth?   As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The field property claims adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Spencer, NY area. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within this area or very close to.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62290
Minimum Salary
USD $59,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $86,100.00/Yr.
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people’s lives? Do you want a purposeful l career with endless opportunities for growth? As a member of the Field Property Claims Team, you will play a vital role in providing an outstanding customer experience by using your investigative, problem solving, and negotiation skills to resolve a variety of homeowner claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment.  In this role, you will frequently travel to the loss site to conduct a thorough investigation and analysis of coverage and write an estimate for repairs.   Every day is a new & exciting challenge, as our Field Property Claims Adjusters use cutting edge homeowner’s products and services to help our customers through the claims process.   Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance. Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory.   **The Field Property Claims Adjuster will be traveling to insured homes within the Austin, TX area. In order to be successful within the role, candidates should live within 20 miles of this area or closer.**   In this role, you will: - Investigate and evaluate onsite to resolve complex coverage and damage issues to include preparing complete estimates of repair for the covered damages. This may include Accessing roofs by ladder, inspecting attic’s, crawl spaces and basements in search of damage. - Handle moderate to complex claims independently while managing your workload {from first notice of loss to final closure}. - Be expected to work in a vehicle in the field daily while occasionally handling assignments from the desk. - Explain coverage of loss, assist policyholders with itemization of damages, emergency repairs and additional living arrangements. - Work with and coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty.
ID
2024-62289
Minimum Salary
USD $55,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $80,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
58,300-71,400
Provides highly complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty segment or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company's leadership position in the safety field through speaking engagements at conferences and developing key relationships. - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Strong background in property / construction technical areas highly preferred. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - At the Regional/Division level, provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - Provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. Identifies new business opportunities for LP services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual’ s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences and developing a network of contacts. Please note: This position can be hired at various Consultant levels. Level of position and compensation based on location and experience.
ID
2024-62232
Minimum Salary
USD $85,900.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $166,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$99,400-$150,000
Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory - Manages, investigates and resolves assigned Property Contents claims under limited supervision. - Compiles and values inventory of damaged/lost contents associated with property claims. - Provides policyholders with quality customer service. - May assist Claims Representatives with in-person inspection/policyholder contact where necessary. - Responsible for claims handling personal property losses to include large loss. - Works in concert with large loss adjuster for scheduling, inventorying, adjustment and relocation assistance. - Performs on-site inventory inspection and specific detail capture (75% minimum on-site) to provide to policyholder for pricing. - Develops expert list/websites for various product categories. Utilizes internet VIA/Insurer's World/vendors for pricing and/or validation. Documents the file accordingly. - Provides quality customer service. Provides insured with policy information to include coverage, limitations, replacement or ACV options. - Works with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May assist on files handled by Claims Reps with in-person inspection/policyholder contact when needed. - Attends product seminars/shows to build personal property expertise. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty
ID
2024-62219
Minimum Salary
USD $71,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $122,400.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$90,000-98,900
Training is a critical component to your success and that success starts with reliable attendance.  Attendance and active engagement during training is mandatory - Manages, investigates and resolves assigned Property Contents claims under limited supervision. - Compiles and values inventory of damaged/lost contents associated with property claims. - Provides policyholders with quality customer service. - May assist Claims Representatives with in-person inspection/policyholder contact where necessary. - Responsible for claims handling personal property losses to include large loss. - Works in concert with large loss adjuster for scheduling, inventorying, adjustment and relocation assistance. - Performs on-site inventory inspection and specific detail capture (50% minimum on-site) to provide to policyholder for pricing. - Develops expert list/websites for various product categories. Utilizes internet VIA/Insurer's World/vendors for pricing and/or validation. Documents the file accordingly. - Provides quality customer service. Provides insured with policy information to include coverage, limitations, replacement or ACV options. - Works with and may coordinate a number of vendor services such as contractors, emergency repair, cleaning services and various replacement services. - May assist on files handled by Claims Reps with in-person inspection/policyholder contact when needed. - Attends product seminars/shows to build personal property expertise. - May be called upon for catastrophe duty
ID
2024-62218
Minimum Salary
USD $71,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $110,400.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$71,700-110,400
We are currently hiring Inside Sales Agents in the following States. Qualified applicants must reside on one of the states.    P&C Licensed and Unlicensed in: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.   Bilingual P&C Licensed and Unlicensed in: Florida   P&C licensed only: Idaho, Wyoming and Montana     Why Liberty Mutual?     Positivity. Flexibility. Determination and a persuasive personality. Qualities like these cannot be taught. But they can be sharpened, strengthened, and appropriately compensated when you join Liberty Mutual Insurance as a part of our Contact Center Sales Organization. Bring your unique talents to our Fortune 100 company and receive paid-training, licensing in all 50 states, and a dynamic role that directs only warm leads your way (no cold calls) – because we believe in supporting your success, not holding it back. Join our team and realize the rewards of a career with unlimited earning potential, uncapped commissions, and a portfolio of benefits that start on day one.      Job Details As an Inside Sales Agent you will be handling inbound calls or leads, consulting with customers on their insurance needs and match the correct coverages, products, and benefits to convert leads into customers. In this role you will interact with our customers through warm inbound calls.    You’d be a great fit if you are:      A Passionate Seller: When a lead comes in, you skillfully pick up the phone and use your sales expertise to turn prospects into happy, confident Liberty Mutual customers.      A Front Lines Liaison: You rise to the role of representing the Liberty brand, you believe in what you’re selling, and you enjoy connecting customers to the right products for their individual needs.     A Reliable Teammate: Whether you work at the office or from home, you adapt well to different environments, schedules, and the varying needs of our customers.     A Customer-Centric Closer: While “sales” is in your title, integrity is in your nature. That means you sincerely care that our customers get exactly the quality products and services they need to embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.    Pay Details: ​​  - Starting base salary is $45K with opportunity for growth. - Average earnings range from $55K-$75K through a combination of base salary and generous commission. - Top Performing Agents in their second year and onward, can earn up to $85k+ Position Details: From day one you will begin paid training in a remote work environment. All insurance representatives need to hold a Property & Casualty Insurance license. If you do not have one, no worries, paid training also includes licensing! - All computer equipment is provided. - Training extends over a period of 16 weeks for licensed hires and 18 weeks for unlicensed hires. - Comprehensive medical benefits from Day 1. - No cold calls, all incoming warm leads. - Opportunities for rewards and recognition. - Must be available to work a schedule of 4 weekdays and 1 weekend day with a mid-morning start time. Example 11am-8pm (CST). - You can expect to work this schedule for a minimum of 12 months before consideration for another shift.  
ID
2024-62189
Minimum Salary
USD $55,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $75,000.00/Yr.
As a Senior Industrial Hygienist you will be responding in designing/conducting Industrial Hygiene (IH) field surveys to identify/assess physical, chemical or biological health hazards in the workplace. Workload includes field assignments of advanced complexity. Conducts research and gathers/analyzes data to independently develop recommendations/service approach for controlling sources of risk, loss, and cost. Implements recommendations; may act as lead on multi-location accounts. Prepares reports to management that quantify/qualify value of Industrial Hygiene interventions. Provides support and assistance to internal market partners in the selection, acquisition and retention of profitable business. Participates in projects to develop/maintain service tools and standard operating procedures. Mentor less experienced staff. Responsibilities - With limited oversight, provides direct IH field consulting service to both internal and external customers including comprehensive quality risk evaluations and assessments by conducting extensive research and data collection on chemical, physical, and biological hazards and exposures, indoor air quality issues, and other occupational disease hazards. - Under the direction of Risk Control Services (RCS) Account Consultant meets with large multi-location customers to plan IH service and coordinate service delivery with field IH staff countrywide. - Develops procedures and service protocols associated with IH consulting service. - Work with Consulting Hygienist to research new information and keep up-to-date with changing occupational health standards and guidelines. - Assists in the development of internal generalist Industrial Hygienist skills in the Liberty Mutual RCS Field Operations consulting population. - May direct and participate in training of internal and external customers. Also provides compliance consulting services and may review work done by other less experienced professionals as required by the internal and external customers. - Provide various internal departments with information and guidance as it relates to RCS, Claims, Underwriting and Distribution. - Maintains technical skills and CIH and/or CSP designation and insurance/safety designations as appropriate through ongoing training, education, etc - May publish scientific research in peer-reviewed or trade journals and/or present technical research papers or posters at local and national conferences. - May collaborate with the CI Research Center on publications.
ID
2023-62168
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $140,000.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,600 - $126,400
Provides moderately complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty area or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company`s leadership position in the safety field through developing key relationships.   Depending on experience this position can be hired at various Consultant levels.  - Property experience preferred. - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - Provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - At the discretion of their manager, provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. - Identifies new business opportunities for RC services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual` s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness by developing a network of contacts.
ID
2023-62142
Minimum Salary
USD $93,500.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $171,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$123,000 - $171,000
Provides moderately complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a risk control specialty area or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company`s leadership position in the safety field through developing key relationships. - Primary industries this role will be risk assessing and servicing are Public Entity (Schools and Government Entities) and Manufacturing accounts. - Preferred technical skill areas needed for this role are Property and General Liability expertise. - Provides highly complex risk control consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty segment or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - Provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - LC360 experience preferred, but not required. - At the discretion of their manager, provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. - Identifies new business opportunities for Risk Control services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual`s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness by developing a network of contacts.
ID
2023-62138
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94600 - $137,100
We are currently hiring for start date of March 25th, 2024 Shift Start Times will begin after 10:30 am EST and include one weekend day Before you apply, please read through all the information below.   Active P&C Producer insurance license REQUIRED in addition to at least 1 year actively using the license. Location will be remote/virtual for a hire date of 3/25/2024.   The following states are EXCLUDED from eligibility: Arizona, Alaska, Alabama, California, Hawaii, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Maryland, Montana, New York, and Washington DC.  As a Gold Trusted Advisor, we operate as an extension of our independent agents.  As a licensed agent, you will support our Independent Agents and policyholders 24 hours a day/7 day a week/ 365 days a year. Taking inbound phone calls, building rapport, expressing empathy, and quickly identifying, and resolving the customers’ needs while educating them on the products and services we offer to protect what they value most. At the heart of growing our program is you – our valued employee! We focus our efforts to help you become a subject matter expert as a Gold Trusted Advisor. We create a development plan to help you build additional skills and capabilities as you continue to advance your career with Liberty Mutual/Safeco Insurance. Our hours of operation are from Monday through Sunday, 7:00 am-12:15 am PST. We support our customers 24 hours a day/7 day a week/365 days a year, so our customer service representatives need to be flexible to work within the hours of operation, plus weekends and holidays. All schedules will include at least one weekend day (Saturday and/or Sunday) each week. Paid Training: Mandatory attendance is critical to your success and as such is required for the duration of training and performance will be continually assessed throughout. Training is Monday-Friday for these hours within your particular time zone:   7:00 AM-3:45 PM PST 8:00 AM-4:45 PM MST 9:00 AM-5:45 PM CST 10:00 AM-6:45 PM EST     (40 hours per week) for approximately 10 weeks.    The salary range for this position is $44,100 - $55,400and depends on where you live in the country.   Bilingual English/Spanish Candidates strongly encouraged to apply.  Responsibilities: - Working in a fast-paced call center environment taking inbound phone calls back-to-back with a structured schedule - Held to high standards to meet/exceed targeted metrics and objectives related to schedule adherence, call handling time, and lead generation - Interprets policy contracts to insured based on expert knowledge of personal lines auto products - Understands aspects of billing systems as it pertains to policy coverage - Identifies and communicates transactions and impact to the policy premium - Evaluates and makes decisions regarding exceptions to payment plan and fees - Proficiently utilizes online reference materials relating to auto policies to provide confident, accurate, and efficient - Develops and maintains product, procedural, and technical systems knowledge - Completes licensing and continuing education requirements - Delivers expertise by identifying and analyzing customer and agent needs to ensure high satisfaction, growth, and retention of business - Provides counsel, guidance, and suggestions to our customers to adequately cover and protect what they value most. This is done by using upselling and cross-selling sales skills to educate customers and agents on new and existing insurance products & services - Maintains and tracks accurate data in various computer systems  
ID
2023-62130
Minimum Salary
USD $40,500.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $74,200.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$44,100-$55,400
Advance your career Liberty Mutual Insurance - A Fortune 100 Company   Are you looking for an opportunity to use your degree in the business world? Then Liberty Mutual's Equipment Breakdown Risk Control group might be right for you. Our Equipment Breakdown Risk Control team works closely with our customers to help them identify, quantify, mitigate, or eliminate serious threats to their businesses. In the process, we help fulfill Liberty Mutual's mission of helping people live safer, more secure lives.   Liberty Mutual is currently hiring an Equipment Breakdown Risk Control Consultant to provide jurisdictionally required inspections and other services to an assigned group of customers.   Consultant l, Risk Contriol $70,400 - $87,100 Annual FTO 15 Days Consultant ll, Risk Control $78,200 - $97,700 Annual FTO 15 Days Senior Consultant, Risk Control $87,100 - $109,800 Annual FTO 15 Days This role is being offered 100% remote in the territory.    Reporting to the Equipment Breakdown Engineering Manager, you will: - Perform jurisdictional inspections on boilers and pressure vessels within assigned territory and report findings to the authority having jurisdiction and other interested parties. - Support underwriters with risk assessment account reviews and serve as a technical resource to field claim adjusters. - Conduct extensive research and data collection which helps to identify customer's source of risk, loss and costs. - Compiles facts from on-site visits and various reports and databases to assess existing processes/practices, determine severity/frequency of problems, and identify needs. - Assesses and benchmarks customers performance against internal and industry standards. - Interpret and analyze data to determine best course of action and/or solution that satisfies customer's risk service's needs. - Utilize advanced software applications to help find innovative and cost-effective solutions to customers risk service's needs. - Conduct cost-benefit analysis to determine how and when a recommended improvement at customers' facility/operation will pay off. - Investigate cause and effect relationships. Prepare technical reports which reports and evaluates data. - Organize data into a format which can easily be presented to customer. - Prepare and present reports which outline action plan for improved practices and/or changing workforce cultures/behaviors. - Maintain effective partnerships with customers. - Learn about customer's business in order to identify risk management objectives and needs. Ensure accurate and concise communication and mutual understanding with customers. Keep customers informed of status of services, support material available and outside resources relevant to identify customers' safety concerns. - Participate in training and development of customers. Oversee implementation of program(s). - Provides technical support to assist with implementation of recommendations/actions plans. Counsel customers regarding technical issues. - Actively pursues professional development efforts to better meet customer expectations. - May actively participate in acquiring new business by following up on leads and presenting proposals to potential customers.
ID
2023-62119
Minimum Salary
USD $62,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $121,100.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
70,400 - 109,000
Our Home Office Construction team is seeking an experienced underwriter to join our high-performing team working with large accounts and complex wrap-ups and joint venture projects. Develops, grows, and maintains a profitable book of business through effective underwriting decision making, mutually beneficial customer/broker relationships, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. Participates in regular projects that further the goals of the department and the company.   This would be considered a Hybrid role for the posted office locations. Underwriting Specialist, $114,000 - $146,000  Underwriting Consultant l, $128,500 - $166,300   Underwriting Consultant ll, $140,100 - $183,300        Responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business through marketing, effective underwriting decision making, mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships, strong market-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. Participates in regular projects that further the goals of the company.   - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Key Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Key Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Key Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to preferred brokers to market and cross market. Provides input to the development of marketing plans, product analysis, services, geographic focus and broker intelligence. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates multiple areas of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.    
ID
2023-62113
Minimum Salary
USD $103,400.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $188,800.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$109,000-$185,000
Advance your career with Liberty Mutual Insurance - A Fortune 100 Company We are searching for a Senior Consultant to join our UPS Dedicated Team. In this role you will work closely with UPS Risk Management and Health & Safety teams to identify, quantify, and reduce/eliminate risk. The right candidate for this role will bring strong relationship-building skills, service management skills, acute customer focus, and a passion for quality execution as well as the requisite technical skills and experience. Due to the dedicated aspect of the account nearly 100% of the work is performed at customer focus operations in South Florida.   Please Note: This position is eligible to be hired at different levels depending on experience.   Responsibilities: - Account Service: Work with UPS Management and employees to provide comprehensive, highly sophisticated consulting services to assist in meeting customer key performance indicators.  Including a deep understanding of customer operations and industry exposures in order to develop strategies to mitigate risk.   - Leadership: Collaborate, innovate, influence and inspire those around them to meet a common goal.  This includes mentoring and coaching, owning personal and career growth aspirations, and becoming a leader in their field.  - Continuous Improvement: Applies a growth mindset that allows for continuous improvement of work product and service delivery in a collaborative way that provides consistent innovation.   - Relationship Building:  Ability to form and sustain relationships at all levels of customer organization and become a trusted influencer in order to impact business objectives.  - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control UPS' source of risk, loss and/or costs. - Enhances Liberty Mutual` s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness by developing a network of contacts.    Key Capabilities and Characteristics: - Inquisitive thinking and problem-solving skills. Can leverage these skills to influence change.  - Able to adapt to changing and competing priorities demonstrating resilience and flexibility. - Demonstrates personal energy, stamina and discretionary effort. - Works with a sense of urgency and handles setbacks/feedback with a growth mindset. - Strong collaboration skills and commitment to continuous improvement. - Ability to develop and maintain relationships with customer, peers, and industry contacts. - Capacity to become a trusted advisor and partner with the customer. - Effective interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.   
ID
2023-62112
Minimum Salary
USD $73,100.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $116,900.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$84,100 - $106,000
Advance your career at Liberty Mutual Insurance - A Fortune 100 Company!   Liberty Mutual’s highly integrated tax organization provides a collegial framework to achieve results. Typically, professionals contribute across all the key components of tax including planning & research, audits, compliance & financial reporting. In this role you will become a consummate tax professional vs. merely a specialist or tax technician.   The structure of the tax organization encourages and drives collaboration and teamwork. Therefore, you need to be execution-oriented and an excellent communicator to succeed. The ability to be flexible and comfortable with change will also be critical to your success.   Members of the state tax team are exposed to a wide array of premium tax, state income tax, and sales/use tax issues. With this in mind, we welcome candidates from diverse tax backgrounds, that are interested in gaining a broad exposure to the state tax issues impacting Liberty Mutual.   Liberty Mutual values a healthy work-life balance for its employees. In line with that, this position offers a flexible work model of two days in the office (either Boston or Seattle) and three days working from home.   Note: This is a Hybrid opportunity with compensation dependent on candidate’s geographic location, overall experience, and skill level.   Responsibilities:   As a member of the state tax team, you will have the following responsibilities: - Prepare complex state tax returns and filings. - Review routine to moderately complex state tax returns including state income and premium tax returns, extensions, and estimated payments. - Identify, recommend and implement process improvements. - Develop general corporate tax technical expertise as well as specialized insurance state tax knowledge. Conduct research for complex tax issues and proposed transactions, document conclusions in memos and present findings. - Analyze complex financial information and prepare/review deliverables for the state tax financial reporting process. - Monitor key state tax legislative developments. Identify and communicate developments relevant to the Company. - Assist in managing audits by state and local tax authorities and in responding to state notices; draft correspondence to state taxing authorities. - Support the implementation of cost-effective tax planning strategies designed to create value and optimize the Company's worldwide tax position. - Act as a mentor to staff members through training, coaching and providing feedback on performance. - Actively lead and participate in Department or Company initiatives. Work effectively with other areas of Corporate Tax/Corporate Finance, and demonstrate leadership in cross-functional initiatives.
ID
2023-62107
Minimum Salary
USD $81,300.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $136,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$93,500-$110,000
Provides highly complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty segment or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company's leadership position in the safety field through speaking engagements at conferences and developing key relationships. - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - Public Entity (Education and Government) as well as property experience. - At the Regional/Division level, provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - Provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. Identifies new business opportunities for LP services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual’ s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences and developing a network of contacts
ID
2023-62092
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,600 - $``137,100
Provides highly complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty segment or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company's leadership position in the safety field through speaking engagements at conferences and developing key relationships. This role is being offered 100% remote in the posted territory. Senior Field Risk Engineer $92,700 - $117,000 (Annual FTO 20 days a year) Technical Consultant $104,000 - $134,000 (Annual FTO 20 days a year) - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. - At the Regional/Division level, provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - Provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. Identifies new business opportunities for LP services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual’ s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences and developing a network of contacts  
ID
2023-62085
Minimum Salary
USD $71,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $149,200.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$84,000 - $137,000
Provides highly complex consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialty segment or territory. Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, losses and costs. Provides risk assessment services and information to track progress and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Serves as a trainer/mentor to less experienced consultants in their specialty area at the discretion of their manager. Enhances the Company's leadership position in the safety field through speaking engagements at conferences and developing key relationships. - Provides an array of expert consultative services to an assigned group of customers within a specialized technical area or territory. - Conducts on-site evaluations, evaluates data, and creates/implements service plans to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs. Public Entity (Education and Government) and Property experience a plus. - At the Regional/Division level, provides expert technical support to other risk control employees by advising them about resources available, legislation and applicable regulations, technology, industry trends and effective methods to reduce risk, improve customer satisfaction and demonstrate the value of doing business with Liberty Mutual. Monitors and evaluates the technical quality of risk control services provided by less experienced consultants. - Provides coaching, mentoring and training to enhance their development and effectiveness. - Collaborates with management in developing policies, procedures, service tools, technical resources, techniques and new products in order to support and enhance the delivery of risk control consulting services. - Participates in actively acquiring and retaining profitable business. Identifies new business opportunities for LP services and may design and execute programs that improve results and increase the number and quality of services customers choose to buy. - Enhances Liberty Mutual’ s leadership position in the safety field and increases brand awareness through speaking engagements at conferences and developing a network of contacts
ID
2023-62074
Minimum Salary
USD $81,700.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $152,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
$94,600 - $137,100
The Energy Underwriting Specialist is responsible for developing, growing, and maintaining a profitable, diversified book of business through marketing, underwriting decision making, building mutually beneficial agent/brokers relationships and establishing a marker-facing leadership presence, and application of underwriting tools, systems, and expert resources. Guides/mentors less experienced underwriters in their respective area of expertise, including regular employee coaching with feedback to the manager on progress of the employee. - Risk Selection: Reviews, rates, underwrites, evaluates, or assesses the business applying for insurance by qualifying accounts, identifying, selecting and assessing risks, determining the premium, policy terms and conditions, obtaining approvals, creating/presenting the proposal to the agent/broker, and successfully negotiating deals. - Agent/Broker Relationships: Demonstrates a high level of responsiveness and focus on supporting Agents and Brokers objectives. Establishes, develops, and maintains successful relationships with Agents and Brokers to facilitate marketing of products, through responsive service, site visits, in person renewal meetings or enhanced knowledge of their customers businesses. Develops strong personal brand to build and maintain a long-term quality pipeline with Agents/Brokers. - Portfolio Management: Manages a sizable and complex book of business by analyzing the portfolio, identifying areas of opportunity for improved growth, profit and diversification, and executing marketing plans to increase market share by making marketing calls to brokers to market and cross market. - Documenting the Deal: Documents files in a way that reflects a solid thought process and decision making through comprehensive account reviews, sign-offs and referrals that comply with state regulations, letter of authority, and underwriting guidelines. - Leadership: Formally guides, mentors, and coaches underwriters and account analysts in both technical and professional skills. Demonstrates an area of expertise and provides regular updates to other underwriters. - Continuous Improvement: Actively participates in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, participating in problem solving activities and using continuous improvement tools to support the work of the team.
ID
2023-62067
Minimum Salary
USD $96,000.00/Yr.
Maximum Salary
USD $218,300.00/Yr.
Typical Starting Salary
135,000-190,000

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