Farmers Mutual Insurance of Nebraska
Farmers Mutual of NE
501 South 13th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
402-434-8300


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Careers

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: Human Resources Specialist - Wellness & Event Planning
Location: Home Office, 501 South 13th Street, Lincoln, NE
General Function: Persons employed in this position are responsible for, but not limited to, managing and developing the company’s wellness program, maintaining and overseeing the Human Resources intranet site, maintaining personnel records in the Human Resources database, event planning and coordination. Assist in the administration and maintenance of policies and records relating to Human Resources activity.
Duties & Responsibilities: Develop and manage the company’s Wellness program.
Design and coordinate the implementation of wellness activities and workshops.
Co-chair the Farmers Mutual Wellness Committee.
Engage employees in one-on-one or group sessions in health related areas such as exercise programs, weight training, posture, back care and lifting techniques.
Perform ergonomic evaluations for personnel, as requested.
Actively promote employee participation in safety and wellness programs.
Assist the Director of Human Resources in administering the Safety program including co-chairing the quarterly Safety Committee Meetings and coordination of safety activities and reporting of worker’s compensation claims.
Plan and coordinate all company events, including site selections, catering, travel and lodging.
Oversee and maintain the Human Resources website and keep all content up-to-date.
Initiate and maintain records of personnel in the HR database.
Maintain the employee manual as requested by the Director of Human Resources.
Assist the Director of Human Resources with preparation, updating and maintaining job descriptions.
Proof FSA Claims prior to being submitted for payroll.
Cross-train with the HR Specialist – Payroll & Benefits and maintain working knowledge of daily tasks for department continuity when the HR Specialist – Payroll Benefits is out of the Office.
Qualifications: Four-year degree in wellness, health, business, human resources, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience is required.
Experience and/or training in wellness/health in a business setting is preferred.
Strong computer skills with the ability to use a variety of software packages including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
Ability to learn and manage website software.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Good aptitude with numbers and attention to detail is critical.
Must possess ability to handle confidential information in an appropriate and professional manner.
Must be able to work/interact with outside vendors, employees in all departments and at all company levels.
Ability to work on own initiative recognizing timeliness of all responsibilities and functions.

Position: Adjuster/Special Agent
Location: Grand Island District Office, Grand Island, Nebraska
General Function: Persons employed in this position are responsible for, but not limited to, working towards fulfillment of the Company's goal to provide prompt, fair, quality claims service. Serve as liaison between the home office and the agency force in the adjustment of assigned claims, inspections and preparation of underwriting reports.
Duties & Responsibilities: Handle assigned losses and underwriting inspections; prepare and submit reports to appropriate department. Focus is on complying with the insurance contract, paying the fair amount and cultivating and maintaing good customer relations. Call on producing agents, as necessary, keeping agents informed of claims handling issues for their clients. Assist in keeping agents informed of company policies and procedures.
Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent is required, college degree preferred.
Aptitude for and general knowledge of construction, agri-business and/or automobile repair preferred.
Completion of insurance related courses helpful.
Must possess valid drivers license and have good driving record.
Ability to communicate effectively with agents, insureds and mortgagees/lien holders, via letter, electronic mail, phone and in person.
Ability to work on own initiative recognizing the timelieness of all responsibilities and functions of the job.
Computer proficiency.
Ability to withstand varied working conditions, which may include indoor and outdoor work, extremes in temperature, uneven or slippery surface and possible exposure to pollutants and irritants.
Physical ability to lift 40 pounds, bend, stoop and crawl, climb ladders and to work at heights above ground level.
Ability to tolerate prolonged standing, walking and to conduct visual inspections of insured property.
Ability to work beyond 40 hours or 5 days per week and travel to other district offices.

Position: Adjuster/Special Agent
Location: Norfolk District Office - Norfolk, Nebraska
General Function: Persons employed in this position are responsible for, but not limited to, working towards fulfillment of the Company's goal to provide prompt, fair, quality claims service. Serve as liaison between the home office and the agency force in the adjustment of assigned claims, inspections and preparation of underwriting reports.
Duties & Responsibilities: Handle assigned losses and underwriting inspections; prepare and submit reports to appropriate department.
Focus is on complying with the insurance contract, paying the fair amount and cultivating and maintaining good customer relations.
Call on producing agents, as necessary, keeping agents informed of claims handling issues for their clients. Assist in keeping agents informed of company policies and procedures.
Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent is required, college degree preferred.
Aptitude for and general knowledge of construction, agri-business and/or automobile repair preferred.
Completion of insurance related courses helpful.
Must possess valid driver license and have good driving record.
Ability to communicate effectively with agents, insureds and mortgagees/lien holders, via letter, electronic mail, phone and in person.
Ability to work on own initiative recognizing the timeliness of all responsibilities and functions of the job.
Computer proficiency.
Ability to withstand varied working conditions, which may include indoor and outdoor work, extremes in temperature, uneven or slippery surfaces and possible exposure to pollutants and irritants.
Physical ability to lift 40 pounds, bend, stoop and crawl, climb ladders and to work at heights above ground level.
Ability to tolerate prolonged standing, walking and to conduct visual inspections of insured property.
Ability to work beyond 40 hours or 5 days per week and travel to other district offices.