Farmers Mutual Insurance of Nebraska
Farmers Mutual of NE
501 South 13th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508

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We provide a team oriented work environment, offering a competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Our training program provides knowledge and skills for an opportunity to build a rewarding career with a strong and reputable property-casualty company.

As an equal opportunity employer it is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or marital status. This policy applies to all personnel policies and actions, such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, training, and all other conditions and terms of employment. All employees are initially selected and later considered for promotion, on the basis of verified or demonstrated ability to best fulfill the requirement of the position.

Farmers Mutual recognizes that an individual with a disability may require an accommodation to enable them to successfully perform a job function. Should you require such an accommodation, please indicate the job function and suggested accommodation during the interview process. Farmers Mutual will attempt to make reasonable accommodations.

Qualified applicants interested in applying can email their resume and cover letter to , fax them to 402-434-8467, or mail them to Farmers Mutual of Nebraska, Attn: Director of HR, P.O. Box 81529, Lincoln, NE 68501.

Open Positions

Position: Underwriter, Town Department
Location: 501 South 13th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508
General Function: Persons employed in this position are responsible for, but not limited to, analyzing new applications and endorsement requests for the purpose of selecting those risks that are acceptable based on established company rules and guidelines. Performs under established routine and practice regarding underwriting rules.
Duties & Responsibilities: Analyze and evaluate applications and endorsement requests to approve or decline in accordance with company rules and guidelines.

Calendar binders based on the effective date. Follow up on unanswered requests for information and expiring binders.

Communicate effectively, by phone, e-mail or in writing, with agents, applicants, or policyholders regarding questions raised or submitted and/or to obtain additional underwriting information.

Receive and handle unsolicited phone calls that originate outside the company.

Have occasional in-person contact with agents and policyholders concerning underwriting questions or policy changes.

Assist agents in figuring quotes on new risks.

Handle routine policy cancellations and, if needed, manually calculate unearned premium.

Coordinate the allocation of policy premiums with the Accounting Department.

Handle late and insufficient funds premium payments, which includes reunderwriting the policy file.

Assure smooth workflow and assist in training employees and/or overseeing their work as may be requested.

Keep current on underwriting rules and regulations.

Provide technical guidance to Assistant Underwriters and clerical employees.

Assist with supervision of the department in the absence of the Department Manager and Chief Underwriter.
Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent.
Minimum of two years insurance related experience preferred.
IIA, CPCU or similar insurance courses helpful.
Ability to communicate effectively with agents, insured and mortgagees/lien holders, via letter, electronic mail, phone and in person.
Ability to competently operate personal computer, 10-key calculator and possess some personal computer applications knowledge.
Ability to adapt to detailed, precise work, accept responsibility, and work as a team.

Position: Recovery Specialist
Location: Home Office,501 South 13th, Lincoln, Nebraska
General Function: Persons employed in this position are responsible for, but not limited to, assisting in coordination of Casualty and Property Claims subrogation, arbitration and salvage activity.
Duties & Responsibilities: Open, monitor, maintain and conclude all aspects of salvage and subrogation claims.
Pursue and negotiate subrogation claims against individuals and/or insurance companies by letter and telephone communication.
Generate form letters or compose appropriate correspondence with use of computer.
Communicate via phone and in person with claimants, insureds and attorneys regarding subrogation.
Establish payment schedules through the use of promissory notes and monitor compliance.
Correspond with the State Motor Vehicle Department as needed.
Refer selected claim files to outside attorneys or collection agencies for handling.
Create and produce salvage and subrogation reports.
File arbitration filings.
High school graduate or equivalent, some college preferred.
Minimum of three years property or casualty claims experience, or 10 years broad insurance experience preferred.
Good written and verbal communications skills are required.
Ability to operate personal computer, some computer applications, and 10-key calculator with accuracy and reasonable speed is needed.
IIA, AIC or CPCU courses desirable.