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Insurance Careers

Why should you consider a career at EMC? The insurance industry offers a large range of career opportunities. From engineers and programmers to marketing associates and accountants, EMC employees use their individual skills and educational training on a day-to-day basis while cooperating with others in an atmosphere of teamwork. These are just a few of the career opportunities provided by EMC:

Actuary—determines the risk involved in insuring a person’s life, their property or their business

Accountant—monitors cash flow, obtains financing, decides on investments, prepares GAAP work papers and financial statements, and performs various analytical and accounting procedures

Claims Adjuster—works directly with claimants to investigate, evaluate, negotiate, settle or resolve claims and losses

Copywriter—writes, edits and proofreads internal and external communications, including the company newsletter, the company website and marketing materials

Engineer—provides services to solve engineering problems that could cause potential loss for EMC policyholders

Human Resources Specialist—may work in the areas of recruitment, payroll, benefits, compensation, wellness or employee relations; job responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring, setting salaries, formulating benefit programs and assisting employees with problems or concerns

Industrial Hygienist—provides industrial hygiene and environmental health services related to loss control services for policyholders to reduce the frequency and/or severity of losses

Marketing Associate—supports most aspects of corporate advertising and promotions by assisting in the creation, placement, administration and evaluation of all advertising and promotions

Programmer—applies knowledge, ability and experience to develop new and maintain existing computer applications

Product Management Associate—assists with new product research, planning and implementation

Risk Improvement Representative—completes on-site loss control surveys of policyholders’ operations and makes recommendations regarding safety

Underwriter—determines whether or not the company should provide insurance to applicants seeking coverage