Insurance Career Opportunities
Your journey with The Cincinnati Insurance Companies can begin in many ways.
Most associates begin their insurance careers in one of these positions. See
job postings for full job descriptions.
Underwriters: Underwriters are risk and relationship managers for
Cincinnati Insurance. Using sophisticated computer software, they analyze a
variety of data to determine the acceptability of insurance risks and the
premium those risks require. Underwriters employ negotiation and communication
skills to manage relationships with our independent agency customers as they
work to achieve profitability and growth goals for their territories.
Underwriters must have the ability to make decisions accurately and
At Cincinnati Insurance, underwriters are organized in teams by geographical
territories, all working to serve our independent agencies and their personal
and commercial clients. While this position generally requires a bachelor’s
degree from an accredited college or university, underwriters come to us from a
variety of backgrounds and job experiences.
Your underwriting career at Cincinnati Insurance begins with a combination
of formal classroom training and mentoring from an experienced underwriter
before you are assigned your own territory.
Claims Representatives: As stewards of our company’s reputation,
claims representatives work with policyholders after a loss, settling claims
promptly and accurately. When we look for field claims representatives and
the headquarters claims
associates who support them, we look for people with excellent interpersonal
skills and then teach them how to be good claims representatives.
Support Staff: Support positions are best suited to people who have a
willingness to learn, grow and accept new challenges. Our support staff is a
crucial part of our success at The Cincinnati Insurance Companies. Whether you
are a person with strong technology skills or great problem solving skills,
Cincinnati can expand your fields of interest. Support positions do not always
require advanced degrees, but they do require an attention to detail and an
ability to learn the fundamental concepts and operations of the department.
IT Professionals: IT associates develop, maintain and support
mainframe, network-based and Web-based computing systems. They deliver and
maintain real-time technology solutions that improve service, streamline
workflows and make it easier for associates and agents to share information and
conduct business. IT associates develop applications to support customer
processing, policy processing and claims functions. Learn more about IT projects,
structure and career development.
Cincinnati’s technology professionals are selected for their prior technical
experience and their ability to apply expertise and innovative thinking to the
ever-changing information technology industry.