Crop Insurance Adjuster

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For more than a century, the people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) have transformed crops into products that serve vital needs. Today, 31,000 ADM employees around the globe convert oilseeds, corn, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses. With more than 270 processing plants, 470 crop procurement facilities, and the world's premier crop transportation network, ADM helps connect the harvest to the home in more than 140 countries. For more information about ADM and its products,
Crop Insurance Adjuster - Kentucky
This is a full-time exempt position.
_Position Summary:_
This position is with the Crop Risk Services division and will perform adjusting duties based on governmental guidelines and procedures.
_Responsibilities_ :
Complete field inspections.
Ability to read maps and aerial photographs.
Measure fields and storage bins.
Discuss findings of crop loss with farmers.
Perform fact-finding regarding crop damage, recording information, and transmitting information to accurately determine potential indemnities.
Be able to follow appropriate regulatory rules, regulations, and procedures.
A minimum of two years of college with a farming or agriculture background.
Must be able to make decisions using sound judgment.
Ability to work within tight deadlines.
Willingness to use own initiative with minimal supervision.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
Perform follow-through communication on assigned tasks.
Must be able to travel within the assigned territories.
Must have a valid drivers license
ADM is an EOE for minorities, females, protected veterans and individuals with a disability
This position offers a complete benefit package, including 401K/ESOP, pension, health, life and dental insurance.
ADM requires the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and a background check including MVR.
Job Title: Crop Insurance Adjuster - Kentucky
Function: Business Units

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