Your Gateway to a Thriving Career in Commercial Insurance Analysis
Embark on an enriching journey to become a skilled commercial claims analyst with the Riverstone Analyst Development (RAD) Program. Designed for driven individuals who have some experience in the insurance industry, this intensive training and development program is your stepping stone to a flourishing career in commercial insurance claims.
The program is broken into four areas of focus:
An immersive classroom-style introduction to commercial insurance analysis, delivered virtually and in-person. Gain theoretical knowledge, and prepare for licensing and certification exams.
A well-rounded package of resources to support your success at Riverstone. This includes mentorship and career guidance,
in-depth onboarding training, and exposure to claim-handling best practices. You will also get a comprehensive introduction to our company culture.
Hands-on learning through practicum and skills-based training, covering areas such as coverage analysis, letter and report writing, negotiation, and settlement valuation.
The responsibility of managing real claims. Develop your skills directly in the field, assisted and supervised by a supportive team of in-house experts.
What You Can Expect From Us
At Riverstone, our in-house subject matter experts will guide you through a curriculum that covers a broad range of topics. These include:
- Claim investigation, analysis and valuation
- Commercial general liability and first-party property coverage analysis
- Corporate finance and reserve philosophies
- Approaches to presenting claims to senior management
- Customer service
- Negotiation and alternative dispute resolution
- Litigation management
- Complex specialty claims
What We Expect From You
Reporting to both the Insurance Education Manager and a Unit Manager, you will be responsible for handling real-life claims – investigating liability and damages, evaluating coverage, managing litigation, and resolving cases.
You will also be expected to:
- Apply claims-handling best practices
- Pass relevant state licensing exams
- Earn an AIC (Associate In Claims) designation
The program also provides the unique opportunity to handle real-life claims within a supportive and empowering environment.
Wondering if it's worth it?
See what some of our recent RAD graduates have to say…
“This program exceeded my expectations and helped me push bounds for my personal growth and development.”
“This program was a great foundation to being an adjuster, the concepts learned helped me understand the process and way a claim operates.”
“Overall, this was an AWESOME program to kickstart a career in Claims. ”
“The support across the board company wise is outstanding!”
“I couldn't speak more highly [about how] the curriculum was structured and taught. The feedback, assistance, support and encouragement received will always be of note.”
“The simulation and feedback regarding negotiation and new claim intake [were the] practical examples I was most looking for in this class.”
“[The instructor] has a very inviting personality that makes people feel at ease in the classroom environment.”
“This was one of the best professional development processes I've gone through and you could feel the care and concern about an individual’s development and integration into a new company and career.”
Join us today and shape your career with Riverstone. When we are hiring for the next cohort of RAD analysts, you will find an application link here.
Though the RAD Program is primarily virtual, it also includes four non-consecutive, week-long in-person sessions at Riverstone’s offices in Manchester, New Hampshire, and Long Island, New York. This practice enhances our standard remote work expectation with in-person mentoring and coaching that cannot be duplicated online.