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Our Global Casualty Risk Engineering team seeks an experienced individual to provide Casualty related risk assessments of our commercial customers with electronics and automotive exposures to positively impact risk selection and underwriting decisions.
Our customers are varied and may include automotive suppliers, electronics components and products manufacturers and those processing personal and financial data, developing products with in-
built connectivity, or operating safety-critical industrial control systems.What will your essential responsibilities include?
Provide underwriters with advise on liability exposures of automotive and electronics companies at the quotation stage or during renewal negotiations for adequate risk selection.
Occasional visits to customer locations to improve understanding of risk exposures and provide casualty loss prevention advice.
Write risk assessment reports with recommendations for underwriters and our customers.
Support underwriters as well as sales representatives during the acquisition phase to demonstrate XL Catlin’s technical risk assessment abilities.
Support XL Catlin’s claims department with industry specific expertise.
Support the development of new insurance products and related processes by actively participating in product development projects.
Develop an industry-specific expert knowledge in the defined segment.
Monitor liability related emerging risks in the automotive and electronics industries and report to the underwriters as necessary.
You will report to the Automotive and Industrial Production practice leader of Global Casualty Risk Engineering.
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Masters degree preferably in Mechatronics / Electronics engineering
Minimum of 5 years of business experience in a related industry or in a consultancy company.
Knowledge of industrial production, controls, quality management tools and guidelines.
An understanding of relevant quality management systems (e.g. IATF 16949, ISO 26262), best practice production and quality recommendations.
Preferred knowledge in supplier quality processes and activities from an OEM / TIER 1 perspective.
Basic knowledge of risk assessment, analytical and statistical methods.
Strong oral and written communications skills in German and English (e.g. technical writing) and ability to interact effectively with technical and non-
technical audiences. Any additional European language is an advantage.
Responsiveness, team player and services commitment.
Experience in the insurance sector is beneficial although not essential.
The XL Catlin group of companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.