Loss Control – Consultant

Feb 08, 2019


Starting Salary: $45,000- $93,707; depending on experience and skills

Benefits in addition to compensation include:

  • company car
  • company stock options, including Restricted Share Units and Incentive based stock options
  • paid time off (PTO)
  • 401K with 6% company match

The Cincinnati Insurance Companies currently has an opening for a loss control consultant working in: Baltimore, MD

Loss control consultants provide beneficial services to our local independent agency partners, helping them write and retain commercial insurance clients.  Responsibilities also include conducting multi-line risk evaluations on existing and prospective accounts.


  • develop and maintain positive relationships with our local independent agency partner and their clients
  • conduct risk evaluation surveys to assist in the underwriting process of new and renewal business
  • develop  and maintain productive relationships with underwriters and field team associates
  • provide loss control servicing, such as training, consultation, IH and ergonomic, to existing commercial policyholders
  • prepare technically detailed reports providing a clear assessment of risk and appropriate recommendations
  • attend field territory sales meetings when applicable
  • update marketing and underwriting associates on services status for the field territory
  • review claims and loss trends in order to initiate loss mitigation efforts
  • update agencies on services status for their clients



  • the ability to work remotely and flexibility to travel
  • knowledge of commercial lines insurance products and coverage
  • the ability to develop and conduct training programs
  • knowledge in hazard recognition and control for workers’ compensation, property, fleet, general liability and products liability
  • time management skills and the ability to work independently to accomplish goals
  • interpersonal, consultative and organizational skills
  • proficiencies in Microsoft® Office tools and related software


  • undergraduate degree in engineering or applicable science or related experience and training
  • professional designations such as CSP, CFPS, CIH, OHST, CPCU, ARM or CRM