Loss Control Surveyor

Are you looking for a new career that offers limitless development opportunities? Take control of your earning potential and enhance your career in this vital and growing industry. Join US-Reports and become a part of a dynamic organization.
US-Reports is looking for Loss Control Surveyors to work on an independent contractor basis. Founded in 1988, US-Reports is one of the nation's largest providers of Premium Audits, Inspections, and Risk Control Management. We are an established company experiencing tremendous growth and we want YOU!
Why US-Reports?
o Work from your home office as an Independent Contractor
o US-Reports provides excellent software resources and industry expertise
o Flexible schedule
o Challenging career where there are always endless possibilities
o Every day brings new opportunities and unique experiences
Loss Control Surveyor Responsibilities:
o Individually scheduling appointments with clients to obtain necessary information
o Contacting clients and communicating via phone, email, and face to face discussions
o Inspect commercial and residential properties for hazardous conditions
o Evaluate operational and safety practices including exposures and hazards
o Write recommendations for the reduction of losses
o Submit reports via web-portal in checklist and narrative formatting
o Adhere to customer requirements and quality standards
o Maintain confidentiality and act with integrity
Qualifications for the ideal Independent Contractor:
o Act with professionalism and urgency
o Ability to observe and evaluate potentially hazardous conditions and write recommendations
o Skills in time management, verbal/ written communications, and web-based applications
o Background in construction, safety, fire safety and risk services beneficial
o Experience with safety inspections on commercial or residential properties helpful
US-Reports ---- Exceeding Expectations
Visit us at www.us-reports.com
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