A crop insurance adjuster is responsible for conducting field inspections, analyzing maps and aerial fields, measuring fields and bins and assessing the damage or loss that has occurred. Job responsibilities of a crop insurance adjuster include performing field inspections, discussing crop losses and findings with producers, inspecting and measuring fields, maintaining knowledge of regulations and procedures, assessing the cause of loss and the percentage of crop that was lost, and assisting with loss adjustment.
A high school diploma is required to be a crop insurance adjuster. Helpful job skills include good customer service skills, good communication skills (both verbal and written), knowledge of the agriculture industry, good decision-making skills, ability to problem-solve, strong analytical skills, and attention to detail. The future job market outlook for a crop insurance adjuster is fair.