Whether you’ve been in the business for years or are new to the industry, AgriSompo North America might just be the place for you!
As one of the leading writers of Federal Crop Insurance, AgriSompo North America combines industry experience, resources, capital, and talent to deliver both traditional and innovative crop insurance and productivity tools to farmers, ranchers, insurers, and agribusinesses in the United States. Our organization operates within a culture rooted in ethics, integrity, and a belief that accountability, collaboration, and agility are crucial to achieving our long-term goals.
We recognize that our success is derived directly from those whose contributions matter most: our people. We strive to create exceptional value for our clients and shareholders and maintain AgriSompo North America as a desirable place to work.
AgriSompo North America has major offices in Lenexa, Kansas, and Des Moines, Iowa, as well as regional offices around the country.
Don't know whether a career in crop insurance is right for you? Check out our Featured Careers!
Visit the pages linked below for a look at some of the most common and vital careers in the crop insurance industry. Each Featured Career page will walk you through the skills you will need to succeed, the typical tasks you will perform, the paths by which you can expect your career to progress, and even a day in the life of a real AgriSompo North America employee.
An adjuster is responsible for adjusting crops for Multi-Peril Crop Insurance (MPCI), Private Products (crop hail), and Named Peril claims within their given territory. Servicing customers (both policyholders and agents) is their top priority.
A claim auditor is responsible for accurately reviewing and processing crop insurance claim files. This role works directly with underwriters, adjusters, agents, and producers to resolve claims in a timely and efficient manner.
An underwriter is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, and inspecting insurance documents. An underwriter takes ownership over their agencies to guide them through the intricacies of the Multi-Peril Crop Insurance programs.
A marketing representative achieves insurance sales by establishing and maintaining working relationships with independent insurance agents within a specified region, and servicing a book of business which meets profitability goals year over year.
A programmer is responsible for developing and extending the capabilities of AgriSompo North America's software systems. You will work closely with senior programmers and others within the company to define the technical and functional specifications of each project.