Selective Insurance Company of America

Claims Technical Specialist - Property

Experience (Years)
Full-Time Regular
FLSA Status
Job ID
Travel %
Relocation Cost
Auto Reimbursement


Investigate, negotiate, and conclude claim assignments by settlement or denial for commercial property and inland marine losses. The individual in this position will also ensure claims are processed within company policies, procedures, and with the individual’s prescribed authority with exceptional standards of performance. All job duties and responsibilities must be carried out in compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements. 


    • Investigate the claims through telephone, written correspondence, and/or personal contact with insureds, independent adjusters, attorneys, contractors and other experts having pertinent information. 
    • Analyze information to determine extent of the loss, determine proper claim handling plan of action (desk adjustment, IA assignment or field staff assist)
    • Process incoming calls and correspondence from insureds, and agents regarding questions or problems associated with claims. Interact with underwriters and agents on claim resolution. 
    • Evaluate coverage and determine appropriate course of action.  Issue ROR and coverage position letters.  Settle both non-litigated and litigated claims within delegated authority.
    • Receive and approve expenses incurred to investigate, process, and handle a claim. 
    • Prepare checks on all loss and expense payments. 
    • Explore salvage and subrogation potential on all claims
    • Prepare for and participate in claims review and settlement conferences
    • Close claim by issuing check or denial and securing appropriate releases


College degree preferred.

Prefer 3-10 years claims experience. 

Must be able to handler medium to large homeowners and commercial property losses from start to finish.


Selective is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Selective maintains a drug-free workplace.


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