Risk Control Specialist

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Develops information on client accounts regarding claims analysis, loss trends, and other specific technical areas.
  • Reviews and interprets client claims data, providing summaries to Loss Control Associates or client.
  • Uses industry formulas and calculations to create models to illustrate Loss Control needs and monitor historical loss trends.
  • Prepares spreadsheets, graphics, charts, diagrams and other illustrative tools to be used for presentations.
  • Working under general supervision, provides clients and prospects with loss prevention and risk analysis intended to positively impact their loss ratio and premium levels.
  • May independently complete smaller or less complex loss control analyses and/or may support senior staff with highly complex loss control projects/analyses.
Additional Considerations:
  • Bachelor's degree and 1 year related experience required.
  • Licensed in all states where business is conducted.


  • Degree in safety or science discipline.
Work Traits:
  • Good interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills.

U. S. Eligibility Requirements:

  • Interested candidates must submit an application and resume/CV online to be considered
  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Must be willing to submit to a background investigation; any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation
  • Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States. For U. S. employment opportunities, Gallagher hires U. S. citizens, permanent residents, asylees, refugees, and temporary residents. Temporary residence does not include those with non-immigrant work authorization (F, J, H or L visas), such as students in practical training status. Exceptions to these requirements will be determined based on shortage of qualified candidates with a particular skill. Gallagher will require proof of work authorization
  • Must be willing to execute Gallagher's Employee Agreement or Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement, which require, among other things, post-employment obligations relating to non-solicitation, confidentiality and non-disclosure

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