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Acadia Insurance Company

Underwriter Trainee

Acadia Insurance Company - Bedford, NH

Acadia has a great opportunity to start your career in insurance as an Underwriter Trainee. During the formal training program which will begin in June, participants will learn all aspects of commercial property and casualty insurance underwriting. You will learn how to evaluate, select and price commercial risks and will travel to other Acadia locations to make connections with peers and learn more about insurance. Upon successful completion of all required training, you will be promoted to Associate Underwriter and will work out of one of the offices listed above.

Our ideal candidate will be flexible, have an entrepreneurial spirit and thrive in a team environment. A bachelor’s degree and a valid driver’s license is required.

Acadia Insurance is a leading insurance company in the Northeast that provides outstanding services and insurance solutions to our customers. We’re a growing company with excellent career opportunities. As a member of W.R. Berkley Corporation (NYSE: WRB), one of the largest property casualty insurance holding companies in the United States, our financial strength and integrity are two of the main reasons why Independent Agents place business with us. Acadia is rated A (Superior) by A.M. Best, with an A claim paying ability rating by Standard & Poor’s.

If interested in this position, please email your cover letter and resume to and reference Job Code: ACADIA-UWT in the subject line.

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Location: Bedford, NH

Company Profile:
Acadia Insurance specializes in commercial property casualty insurance. Our company began in 1992 insuring businesses in Maine. Today we offer insurance programs for small and midsize businesses throughout New England and New York State with local offices in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. - See more at: