Claims / Adjusting Careers

Join our growing team! Become a ProAg claims professional today.

Experience a ProAg Claims Career!

Imagine being part of a team that is passionate and dedicated to high quality customer service and extensive crop knowledge.

As a Crop Adjuster, you are the first point of contact and would be responsible for completing field inspections, reading maps and aerial photos, measuring fields, storage bins and assessing damage or loss. Our reputation for having the best adjusting staff in the industry speaks for itself. Through our core values of customer focus, instilling trust, communicating effectively, resourcefulness and ensuring accountability, ProAg strives to be the crop insurance provider of choice.

Start your ProAg career with our Adjuster Trainee program by gaining your Crop Adjuster Proficiency Program (CAPP) licensure needed to become an NCIS certified crop insurance adjuster. We assist with getting you the required hands-on training, hours needed, study materials, and testing for successful results.

We are looking for not only hard working individuals, but those that display these top qualities:

  • Strong Work Ethic
  • Agriculture Background
  • Communication Skills
  • Desktop and Mobile Application Skills
  • Self-Motivated
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Flexible
  • Excellent Time Management Skills
  • Great Customer Service/People Skills

We are always accepting applications. Email for more information.

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