Loss Prevention Manager P&I

The company… 

The company provide protection and indemnity insurance for shipowners, and professional indemnity insurance for architects, solicitors, and insurance brokers. 

The role… 

The Loss Prevention team support the claims and underwriting teams by providing: 

-Technical advice to claims handlers, underwriters and Members; 
-Initiating and reviewing articles for Club publications; 
-Assessing ship condition survey reports; and 
-Conducting management reviews and investigating root causes of claims. 
-Writing and presenting technical seminars to Members' seafarers and superintendents. 
-Initiate and assess ship condition reports - the Association's ship condition survey programme is the principal means by which the Managers review the standards of ships entered in the Club. 
-Investigate root causes of claims, based on claims trends across the Club or with a particular Member - the investigations often require visits to the relevant Members and possibly their manning and technical offices. The objective is to work with the Member towards avoidance of such claims in the future. Lessons learnt are often used in technical seminars and Club publications. 
-Prepare and present technical seminars to the seafarers employed on Members' ships and their shore based managers and superintendents. 
-Provide technical advice to colleagues, claims handlers, underwriters and Members. 
-Initiate and review articles for Club publications - our regular newsletters and bulletins are designed to raise awareness of safety issues; specific items often come to our notice through the experience of the Members themselves. 
-Conduct or assist with the management reviews of new and potential members, which usually entail a visit to the Members, as well as technical and crew managers. 
-Attend training courses, Member visits, industry and International Group seminars, conferences and meetings and other Club business as required. 

The person… 

-Previous seagoing experience as a Master or senior Officer. 
-Experience working ashore in an office environment essential. 
-Understands cargo related claims (loss / damage). 
-Familiar with maritime liabilities. 
-Good general education and credible professional marine qualifications.