Senior Environmental Consultant

Chubb Global Risk Advisors (CGRA) is your single avenue to our more than 550 property and casualty engineering, health, safety and environmental consultants located wherever our clients do business – all focused on helping our clients develop and deploy solutions that advance their risk management, compliance and sustainability objectives, while positively impacting their financial results.


The Senior Environmental Consultant for the Environmental Engineering Practice will support the execution of technical engineering evaluation requests from the Chubb Environmental Risk underwriting team on a pre and post bind basis. Core responsibilities include leading underwriting phone surveys with existing or potential insureds, conducting environmental document reviews in support of underwriting, supporting policy submission, providing value-added services for insureds, developing and administering training programs, meeting attendance, performing account site visits as required by underwriting management, conducting in-office consultations, and researching existing and emerging risks. 


  • Technical
    • Maintain a broad technical expertise in environmental risk evaluations and environmental insurance coverages.
    • Collaborate with internal and external engineers and environmental scientists in completing assessment of risk for current and prospective Chubb Environmental Risk insureds.
    • Develop technical risk evaluation work products.
    • Review and summarize findings of Environmental Database Searches.
    • Provide risk consultation to underwriting business partners and Regional Management.
    • Support the preparation and delivery of value-added products and services for insureds.
  • Financial
    • Complete technical evaluations within expected time frames and levels of effort.
    • Assist with development of budget estimates for large scale risk evaluations.
  • Process
    • Reporting to the Program Manager, complete all risk evaluation assignments within established deadlines.
    • Pro-active communication with Program Manager and underwriting business partners on account review status, and changes to initial work request.
    • Support as needed Quality Review of internal or external risk engineers’ work product or deliverable.


  • Four-year college degree from an accredited institution in science or engineering.
  • Minimum of ten years of environmental consulting experience; three years supporting environmental insurance risk evaluations is a plus.
  • Proficient with multiple database software programs, MS Office software products, financial tools, and project management programs.
  • Requires comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of federal environmental regulations, including general broad knowledge of HSE best management practices and site remediation programs.
  • Excellent written and communication skills required for general correspondence, technical report preparation and internal and external (insureds) presentation or training delivery.


  • Combines both logical and conceptual thinking to draw conclusions from complex technical information.
  • Closely coordinates with Program Manager on program goals and service delivery improvements.
  • Produces quality written products within required deadlines, which may include expedited project requests.
  • Demonstrates initiative and ownership in seeking and addressing opportunities and correcting or overcoming problems.
  • Demonstrates high energy and focus.
  • Develops relationships and works well with others, including in remote work environments.
  • Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision.