Hammer Adjuster Job Description Sample
Store Associate Stockton - Hammer Lane #177
At 99 Cents Only Stores, LLC, we are recruiting talented individuals for the position of Store Associate/Stocker.
99 Cents Only Stores is a unique extreme value retailer of primarily name brand consumables and general merchandise. We provide an exciting primary shopping destination for value-conscious consumers, and a fun treasure-hunt shopping experience for individuals and families in our communities! Our corporate associates support our stores in delivering an exemplary experience to customers with a fun, friendly and energetic approach, resourceful problem-solving, and innovating ideas that bring great products at great value to families throughout the communities we serve. We offer competitive medical, dental and vision plans, an outstanding 401K plan, and fantastic career opportunities! If this sounds like your next career step, read on!
As Store Associate/Stocker, you will ensure that our customers experience a great store shopping experience by providing first-line customer support. You will assist shoppers by answering questions, helping them locate merchandise, and assisting them with the check-out process, as needed. You will also be a crucial part of the operations staff and play a fundamental role in the proper and timely merchandising of the store.
As you begin your shift, you'll be given an assignment which could include receiving and unloading and shipment from a distribution center, handling merchandise that needs to go out on the shelves, cleaning assignments, helping the manager on duty with a special task…whatever you are responsible for completing that day. In addition to your assigned responsibilities, you'll be expected to help customers as needed, do price or stock checks, ensure shopping carts are ready for arriving customers, clean as you go, and always work with an awareness on safety.
Specifically, you will:
Unload and sort merchandise upon delivery arrival.
Stock and display merchandise in accordance with Company merchandising standards.
Follow all Company merchandising guidelines and plan-o-grams.
Make sure all merchandise is accurately priced.
Process and return to stock all go-backs.
Carefully and correctly repack merchandise to be transferred back to the Distribution Center.
Break down cardboard boxes and place in baler.
Retrieve shopping carts from the parking lot.
Report any illegal activity by customers or employees to Store Management.
Follow all Company safety procedures.
Work independently with minimal direction and follow the daily to-do list.
Clean up spills, floors, shelves, displays, bathrooms, etc.
Perform additional duties as assigned by Management or Supervisors.
Skills and Requirements
To be a fit for the role of Store Associate / Stocker, you will need:
To be a self-starter with the ability to work independently, show initiative, and excel in a team environment.
Prior retail or grocery experience is considered a plus, but is not required.
A positive attitude and the ability to interact in an effective and friendly manner with customers and associates.
The ability to comprehend instructions, both verbal and written.
Proven ability to multi-task and meet shift goals and expectations.
The ability to regularly lift one to five pounds, and lift up to 50 pounds as you unload trucks or move large boxes of inventory.
The ability to constantly stand, bend and reach with a moderate amount of manual dexterity.
The ability to learn to use a baler and pallet jack.
Stockers often work early mornings before the store opens, or late evenings (up until midnight) after the store closes in order to stock merchandise, setup displays, and clean floors, shelves, bathrooms, etc. You should have some flexibility in your work schedule, including the ability to work a weekend day, though we will try to work around your school and other responsibilities. Most positions begin part-time at 24 hours per week.
99 Cents Only Stores, LLC operates nearly 400 stores in California, Texas, Arizona, and Nevada, and employs over 16,000 individuals proudly serving their communities! 99 Cents Only Stores, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Field Property Claims Adjuster
COUNTRY Financial is seeking a Field Property Claims Adjuster to join their field claims team. This position provides a consistent, positive, and satisfying claims experience for our clients through the proper investigation, evaluation, negotiation, and settlement of property claims.
The person in this role investigates and maintains workers' compensation, property/casualty claims. Determines liability, secures information, reviews coverages, arranges property damage appraisals, and settles claims. Report inside/outside designation.
- This position is part of a job family. Placement will be determined by skills and qualifications of the candidate.
Investigates claims by determining applicable policy coverage, evaluates, negotiates and settles assigned claims.
Initiates contact with insureds, claimants, and all relevant parties to gather basic formation, obtain recorded statements (when necessary), and explain the overall claims process.
Completes physical inspections of damaged property (when necessary), evaluates damages, and prepares written estimates according to policy provisions and liability.
Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred (but not required).
Working knowledge of Microsoft WORD and Excel (or their equivalents), Xactimate, and/or other claims estimating software (as applicable).
Possesses competent knowledge with residential and commercial construction techniques
Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication, including telephone etiquette, possesses good decision-making skills and the ability to persuade and negotiate effectively, possesses the ability to handle potential conflict effectively and constructively.
Demonstrates good organizational skills, analytical ability, and detail orientation and knowledge of basic math and geometry.
Possesses the ability to multi-task while interacting effectively with financial representatives, claimants, insureds, internal staff members, and external contacts, and must be able to work independently in the field or as a member of a team.
Bachelor's degree and at least 5 years of Claims experience OR,
Master's degree and at least 3 years of Claims experience OR,
At least 7 years of Claims experience .
Maintains the appropriate adjuster's licensing as required by the states in which we do business.
Normal office environment.
Work may extend beyond normal business hours as business needs dictate.
Has the physical dexterity to walk, reach, climb, and crawl to inspect damage, sometimes in unfavorable working conditions or inclement weather.
Must be able to lift, carry, and climb ladders weighing up to 50 pounds.
For more details about careers at COUNTRY Financial®, please visit us online at www.countryfinancial.com/careers
COUNTRY Financial does not generally sponsor individuals for employment-based visas for this position.
Property Adjuster II
Division or Field Office:
West Virginia Branch Office
Department of Position:Claims Department
Home in OH or WV
At Erie Insurance, you're not just part of a Fortune 500 company; you're also a valued member of a diverse and inclusive team that includes more than 5,000 employees and over 2,200 independent agencies. Our Employees work in the Home Office complex located in Erie, PA, and in our Field Offices that span 12 states and the District of Columbia. To attract and retain the best talent, we reward our team members with competitive salaries and a very generous benefits package.
Exercises independent discretion or judgment in handling all types of property claims. Also assists or acts on behalf of the claims supervisor when required.
This position works from home and the successful candidate will ideally live in and service Wood ,Wirt, Pleasants or Ritchie County, WV and Washington, Athens or Meigs County, OH and surrounding areas.
Candidates with below minimum qualifications may be considered for a Property Adjuster I position. Number of years and scope of experience determine level.
A company car is provided.
Duties and Responsibilities
Conducts investigations, interviews, and inspects damage, driving to site of damage within assigned territory or other if required. Prepares estimates, makes recommendation, and handles coverage questions, and litigation.
Sets and maintains reserves, reviews reports and related materials, directs experts, determines coverage and claim value, issues or declines payment, and negotiates claims with plaintiff attorneys when necessary.
Documents claim files and submits report for closure.
Recognizes subrogation situations and initiates appropriate action.
Services assigned territory and brings assigned claims to conclusion.
Interacts with Agents and district sales managers on matters of mutual concern.
Assists claims supervisor or acts on his/her behalf, including representing the company at legal proceedings, as required.
Completes industry-related training programs and continues to attend training programs to remain informed on policy changes, interpretation or new legislation.
Assists in training of new claims adjusters.
Participates on Catastrophe Team when required.
The first five duties listed are the functions identified as essential to the job. Essential functions are those job duties that must be performed in order for the job to be accomplished.
Ability To Learn And Follow Procedures
Ability To Maintain Composure
Ability to Manage Complexity
Developing And Maintaining Relationships
Information Management Skills
Planning And Organizing
High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Five years property claims adjusting experience required. Demonstrated proficiency with estimating software required. Successful completion of Associate in Claims (AIC) program preferred. Incumbent must live in territory assigned unless a change is approved by the company. Position requires the incumbent to serve on Catastrophe Team, which may include travel on short notice to other locations for periods in excess of two consecutive weeks. Willingness to obtain and maintain any required licenses. Valid driver's license and good driving record required.
Lifting 0-20 lbs; Often (20-50%)
Lifting 20-50 lbs; Often (20-50%)
Lifting Over 50 lbs; Often (20-50%)
Driving; Frequent (50-80%)
Pushing/Pulling; Occasional (
Manual Keying/Data Entry; Often (20-50%)
Climbing; Moderate (30-40%)
Nearest Major Market: Marietta
Job Segment: Adjuster, Law, Claims, Insurance, Legal
Workers' Compensation - Senior Claims Adjuster
Arizona Department of Risk Management
Delivering results that matter by providing best in class support services.
ARIZONA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (AMS):
All Arizona state employees operate within the Arizona Management System (AMS), an intentional, results-driven approach for doing the work of state government whereby every employee reflects on performance, reduces waste, and commits to continuous improvement with sustainable progress. Through AMS, every state employee seeks to understand customer needs, identify problems, improve processes, and measure results. State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
Senior Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster
Department of Risk Management
100 North 15th Avenue, Suite # 301
Phoenix, AZ., 85007
The position is accountable for a wide variety of responsibilities involving the administering of benefits to injured workers. This position will perform work of considerable complexity as a senior claims adjuster that includes the ability to analyze, determine compensability. This position will handle a caseload of time loss catastrophic and litigated claims; set reserves; identify 3rd party liability and fraudulent claims; calculate average monthly wage; coordinates the activity of nurse case managers, attorneys, subrogation specialist, etc. in addition to assigning cases to outside investigators, adjusters, vocational rehabilitation, attorneys and other medical professional disciplines. This position works with limited supervision and exercises independent judgment on complex claims; functions as a lead worker for a work team, when directed. This position monitors the paperless system and document management system for receipt of new information, updates the system accordingly and appropriately. This position is accountable for monitoring changes to injured worker's diagnosis to ensure ICD codes are current for Medicare purposes. This position will be an active member of any lean project which includes obtaining individual and team metrics in addition to mandated quarterly objectives.
Investigate, evaluate, analyze & determine compensability of catastrophic claims. Calculate average monthly wage & set reserves. Compute & authorize indemnity & medical benefits; update the in-house database/ document management system; negotiate settlements & notify the respective agency loss prevention coordinator of risks. Monitor changes to diagnosis to verify ICD codes are current for Medicare purposes; work with limited supervision
Coordinate activities of nurse case managers, claim specialists, attorney and/or subrogation specialist and with other RMD sections as appropriate. Identify the need for and coordinate Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)
Proper management of litigation working with Attorney General's Office or outside counsel, experts and plaintiff counsel
Visit agencies; attend staff/huddle meetings, professional development training, seminars & conferences. Confer with supervisor in decision making. Oversee performance of contracted vendors & experts to assist in claim management such as labor market consultants, nurse case managers, investigators & IME coordination services. Complete other projects as assigned to produce positive & measurable results
Other Duties assigned as related to the position
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (KSAs):
Knowledge of early return to work programs, medical and insurance terminology, ADA and disability management
General knowledge of managed care environment, information systems/database for claims management
Comprehensive knowledge of the operations of state government and a thorough understanding of "litigation and management"
Knowledge to understand and evaluate information from physicians including comprehensive knowledge of medical terminology
Considerable knowledge of subrogation procedures, investigation techniques, insurance coverage and adjusting principles, and legal principles and concepts
Excellent written and verbal communication skills; must be able to prepare a large volume of in-depth technical reports and producing demand letters to third parties to obtain reimbursement
Skill to communicate and work well with top level agency personnel in sometimes awkward situations, active listening skills, reading and comprehension
Skill in negotiating with plaintiff attorneys. Organizational skills in order to balance case loads. Skill in investigation and time loss claim handling; in calculating reserves, negotiating compromises and settlements
Customer service and time management skills
Excellent analyzing, evaluating, researching, organizing and prioritizing skills. Skill in establishing metrics and business standardization methods
Ability to interpret applicable standards and make recommendations consistent with appropriate interpretations
Ability to interpret laws, standards, rules and procedures and the ability to report status of investigations and research
Ability to recognize and evaluate potential hazards, make appropriate recommendations and influence decisions that will result in a reduction of exposures
Ability to receive and understand complex data and to investigate and evaluate facts relating to claims
Ability to handle confidential information with tact and discretion
Must have a minimum of 5 years handling Arizona workers' compensation claims
Must have knowledge and experience in Arizona State workers' compensation laws
Prior government experience is preferred
The Arizona Department of Administration offers a comprehensive benefits package to include:
Optional employee benefits include short-term disability insurance, deferred compensation plans, and supplemental life insurance
Life insurance and long-term disability insurance
Vacation with 10 paid holidays per year
Health and dental insurance
Positions in this classification participate in the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS).
Please note that enrollment eligibility will become effective after 27 weeks of employment.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact ADOA Recruitment at [email protected] or call (602) 542-4057 for assistance.
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by contacting ADOA Recruitment at [email protected] or call (602) 542-4057. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. Arizona State Government is an AA/EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
Senior Property Adjuster
Excellence In Everything We Touch
Adjust moderately complex to highly complex residential and commercial property claims by investigating at the scene of the loss and negotiating settlements.
- examine claim forms, policies/endorsements, and client instructions to determine coverage;
- investigate and settle claims promptly and fairly;
- set loss reserves and control claims costs;
- maintain company reputation by complying with federal and state regulations;
- maintain high service standards;
- and maintain professional and technical knowledge through continuing company provided industry best education.
five or more years' experience resolving moderate to highly complex personal and commercial property loss claims;
must be a licensed adjuster as required by state and local laws;
strong communicator with strong analytical and mathematical ability;
must have a valid driver's license with a clean driving record for company vehicle use;
and strong PC/laptop skills to include a claims or appraisal system such as Xactimate and/or Simbility.
Company vehicle, cell phone, and laptop will be provided to qualified applicants that meet Crawford & Company's Background Check, Motor Vehicle Record, and Drug Screen requirements.
College Degree strongly preferred.
Advanced industry designations CPCU and AIC.
People taking care of people. It's that simple. At Crawford & Company, we treat our clients' policyholders like our own, helping to restore and enhance lives, businesses and communities at all points of the claims management process. Combining a legacy of nearly 80 years of unmatched experience with global capabilities and industry-leading technology, Crawford is at the forefront of change, while also staying firmly rooted to our commitment to putting people first.
We are guided by our collective value system: RESTORE.
At Crawford, we:
Respect our culture of integrity and ethical behavior, while embracing the unique talents of the individual and encouraging an ownership mentality among everyone.
Are Empowered to advance the company mission and take ownership of our individual career progression.
Promote Sustainability through a corporate culture in which employees are good stewards of their communities.
Emphasize Training and an environment where employees continually seek and share knowledge and are engaged and satisfied with their work.
Are One Crawford, embracing a global mindset that's inclusive, agile, mission-focused, and customer-focused.
Give Recognition, participating in an environment where people are rewarded for jobs well done.
Embody an Entrepreneurial Spirit, sharing a passion to succeed, innovate, and outpace our competitors.
We believe in leading by example – at work and in our communities. We hail from more than 70 countries and speak dozens of languages, reflecting the global fabric of the audience we serve. Though our reach is vast, we proudly operate as One Crawford: united in mission, vision and values. Learn more at www.crawfordandcompany.com.
In addition to a competitive salary, Crawford offers you:
Career advancement potential locally, nationally and internationally. Crawford & Company has more than 700 locations in 70 countries
On-going training opportunities through every stage of your career
Strong benefits package including matching 401k; health, dental, and life insurance; employee stock purchase plans; tuition reimbursement and so much more.
Crawford & Company participates in E-Verify and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V Crawford & Company is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at Crawford via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written Statement of Work in place for this position from Crawford HR/Recruitment will be deemed the sole property of Crawford. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Crawford as a result of the referral or through other means.
Homeowner Field Adjuster
Teamwork. Integrity. Dedication.
Together, We Make A Difference
If you are a career-minded, service-driven professional looking to join a fast paced organization then you have come to the right place. AAA is a member service organization affiliated with the national AAA network. With offices across the U.S., we're united by common mission and common values of excellent member service. With more than 14,000 employees in 21 states, we provide legendary service to 16 million loyal members. With a constantly growing membership, we are always welcoming dedicated professionals looking to challenge themselves and build a career within our dynamic organization. You will find that being part of a very successful team is extremely rewarding. If you are a career-minded, service-driven professional looking to join a fast paced organization then you have come to the right place.
What you'll do:
When you join the Automobile Club of Southern California as a Homeowner Field Claims Adjuster, you're bringing your expertise to a best-in-class organization that is focused on delivering quality service to our members. As an Claims Representative within our Homeowner/Property Claims department you will:
This position handles higher complex homeowner claims matters involving property lines of Insurance written by the Interinsurance Exchange in compliance with all regulatory and statutory requirements.
The primary functions include investigation, evaluation, estimating and negotiating complex claims.
Involves policy interpretation, coverage identification, exposure analysis and related claims processing procedures/systems.
Employs discretion and independent judgment to ensure compliance with state and federal law; and with historical company, technical, and customer service best practices.
This position requires leadership skills and may involve mentoring and training of less experienced personnel.
Conduct field investigations, evaluate and estimate claim values on very severe damage including total loss fires, earthquakes, landslides, explosions and collapse. Write structural repair estimates in excess of several hundred thousand dollars.
Valid driver's license with level of financial responsibility required by the Club and an acceptable motor vehicle record required.
What you bring:
Four year college degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Experience servicing claims of the highest complexity required.
Experience in homeowner property, contracting areas preferred.
Comprehensive understanding, of building repair procedures and issues.
Must be proficient with Xactimate estimating program.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office and industry-related software preferred.
Advanced understanding of insurance principals necessary.
Advanced technical knowledge skills among peers required.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Strong interpersonal skills.
What's in it for me?
A career with growth potential.
Our comprehensive and employee centric training facility located in Costa Mesa provides training programs to help employees acquire various skills necessary to do their jobs and to support career development.
The satisfaction of knowing you provide a meaningful service to our insured's' who rely on you for assistance.
Health Coverage for Medical, Dental, Vision
Paid time off including Vacation, Illness and Holidays
Life Insurance, Pension and 401k Savings Plan
Employee Rewards and Discounts
Career opportunities across multiple business lines and states
"Creating members for life by exceeding our members' expectations through valuable products and legendary service."
AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Automobile Club of Southern California will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with Article 9, Chapter XVIII of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.
Bodily Injury Claims Adjuster
Are you looking to use your customer service skills in a role where you can see that you are making a difference in people's lives? Are you looking for a position that allows you to do meaningful and innovative work in a culture of continuous improvement? Do you want a career with endless opportunities for growth?
Join Liberty Mutual Insurance, a Fortune 100 Company, and hone your skills alongside a diverse, collaborative team dedicated to helping others and providing best-in-class customer service!
This position is located in Indianapolis, IN.
A career with Liberty Mutual provides a home for your talent, and an open road for your ambition. We will provide you with a wide variety of work to enhance your skills and advance your career. We will stand together to preserve and protect what people earn, build, own and cherish.
As a member of the Bodily Injury Team, you will play a vital role using your investigative and negotiation skills to evaluate coverage and resolve a variety of lower exposure claims in a fast paced, detail-oriented, team environment. Every day is a new exciting challenge, as our Bodily Injury Adjusters use industry leading products and services to help our customers through the claims process.
Manages, investigates, and resolves claims. Investigates and evaluates coverage, liability, damages, and settles claims within prescribed authority levels.
Identifies potential suspicious claims and refers to SIU and identifies opportunities for third party subrogation.
Communicates with policyholders, witnesses, and claimants in order to gather information regarding claims, refers tasks to auxiliary resources as necessary, and advise as to proper course of action. Responds to various written and telephone inquiries including status reports.
Ensures adequacy of reserves.
Accountable for security of financial processing of claims, as well as security information contained in claims files.
Makes effective use of loss management techniques. Negotiates settlements with attorneys, claimants, and/or co-defendants. Arranges for expert inspections involving third party or potential fraud actions as needed.
Updates files and provides comprehensive reports as required
Strong written and oral communications skills required.
Good interpersonal, analytical, investigative, and negotiation skills required.
Customer service experience preferred.
Basic knowledge of legal liability, general insurance policy coverage and State Tort Law.
The capabilities, skills and knowledge required is normally acquired through a Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience and at least 6-12 months of directly related experience.
Ability to obtain proper licensing as required.
We value your hard work, integrity and commitment to positive change. In return for your service, it's our privilege to offer you benefits and rewards that support your life and well-being. To learn more about our benefit offerings please visit:
Claims Adjuster - Liability
IF YOU CARE, THERE'S A PLACE FOR YOU HERE
For a career path that is both challenging and rewarding, join Sedgwick's talented team of 21,000 colleagues around the globe. Sedgwick is a leading provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions. Taking care of people is at the heart of everything we do. Millions of people and organizations count on Sedgwick each year to take care of their needs when they face a major life event or something unexpected happens. Whether they have a workplace injury, suffer property or financial loss or damage from a natural or manmade disaster, are involved in an auto or other type of accident, or need time away from work for the birth of a child or another medical situation, we are here to provide compassionate care and expert guidance. Our clients depend on our talented colleagues to take care of their most valuable assets -- their employees, their customers and their property. At Sedgwick, caring counts®. Join our team of creative and caring people of all backgrounds, and help us make a difference in the lives of others.
With one of the largest teams of liability experts in the world, Sedgwick supports and resolves property, general, auto, product and professional liability claims, and helps our clients maintain brand protection in times of crisis.
PRIMARY PURPOSE: To analyze mid-and higher-level general liability claims to determine benefits due; to ensure ongoing adjudication of claims within company standards and industry best practices; and to identify subrogation of claims and negotiate settlements.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Manages mid-level general liability claims by gathering information to determine liability exposure; assigns reserve values to claims, making claims payments as necessary, and settling claims up to designated authority level.
Approves and processes assigned claims, determines benefits due, and manages action plan pursuant to the claim or client contract.
Manages subrogation of claims and negotiates settlements.
Communicates claim action with claimant and client.
Ensures claim files are properly documented and claims coding is correct.
May process complex lifetime medical and/or defined period medical claims which include state and physician filings and decisions on appropriate treatments recommended by utilization review.
Maintains professional client relationships.
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS and RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs other duties as assigned.
Supports the organization's quality program(s).
Travels as required.
Education & Licensing
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferred.
Four (4) years of claims management experience or equivalent combination of education and experience or successful completion of Claims Adjuster training required.
Skills & Knowledge
Working knowledge of regulations, offsets and deductions, disability duration, medical management practices and Social Security and Medicare application procedure as applicable to line of business
Excellent oral and written communication, including presentation skills
PC literate, including Microsoft Office products
Analytical and interpretive skills
Strong organizational skills
Good interpersonal skills
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to meet or exceed Service Expectations
When applicable and appropriate, consideration will be given to reasonable accommodations.
Mental: Clear and conceptual thinking ability; excellent judgment, troubleshooting, problem solving, analysis, and discretion; ability to handle work-related stress; ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously; and ability to meet deadlines
Physical: Computer keyboarding, travel as required
Auditory/Visual: Hearing, vision and talking
NOTE: Credit security clearance, confirmed via a background credit check, is required for this position.
The statements contained in this document are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a colleague assigned to this description. They are not intended to constitute a comprehensive list of functions, duties, or local variances. Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the position at any time.
Sedgwick is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Claims Adjuster Trainee
Claims Adjuster Trainee
As a claims adjuster on our team, you'll help customers get back on the road after an accident. Managing the claims process from start to finish, you'll maintain strong relationships with customers while resolving auto claims efficiently.
Primarily over the phone in a fast-paced office environment, you'll rely on your decision-making and multitasking skills to resolve a high volume of claims. Bring your passion for helping others to our team and we'll teach you the insurance stuff. We'll provide training on property damage and insurance contracts so you can confidently and independently adjust claims.
Fri 8 am
5 pmor 9 am
6 pm during training; Tues
Sat after training
Some work from home options are available after6 months of employment, based on employee performance and manager approval
Duties & Responsibilities:
Determine liability (who's at fault for the damages)
Interview customers, claimants, and witnesses
Partner with appraisers/estimators to manage vehicle repairs
Negotiate with customers and other insurance carriers
Bachelor's degree or a combined total of five years of work experience and/or college education
Work or educational experience must include:
oPlanning, prioritizing and organizing
oEffectively communicating verbally and in writing
- Valid driver's license
Benefits & Perks:
As one of the largest insurance companies in the nation, Progressive offers the confidence and stability that comes with working for a growing organization always striving for excellence. As an employee, you will enjoy an inclusive environment that embraces strategic thinking, drive and diversity. Progressive employees also benefit from:
Annual gainshare bonus of up to 16% of salary; Progressive rewards each of us with an annual bonus based on company performance
401k which includes dollar-for-dollar company match of up to 6%
Paid training, tuition assistance and career development
Welcoming culture with Employee Resource Groups
Wellness program with discounts & rewards
Earning paid time off after first two weeks and the standard benefits (medical, dental, vision)
Equal Opportunity Employer
Claims Adjuster - Auto Damage
Claims Adjuster - Auto Damage
Location: Southeast Indiana
As an auto damage claims adjuster, you'll have a key role on our claims team. You will be responsible for managing, coordinating, and making critical decisions regarding the repair process for our customers. Serving as the Company's representative with our customers, you'll also work closely with body shops and others to negotiate repair pricing and assess liability. This role will also provide the opportunity to rely on your leadership and conflict management skills as you direct the repair process from beginning to end.
If you're a critical thinker with strong attention to detail and a passion for customer service, you'll feel right at home at Progressive. Bring your expertise in decision making, managing and negotiation to Progressive, and you'll benefit from a collaborative, supportive team.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify and assess related and unrelated (prior) auto damage and set clear expectations on timeline for repairs and outcome
Inspect vehicles and write estimates, documenting claim related information and making decisions consistent with claims standards and local laws
Complete timely estimates, documenting updates
Make total loss determinations and establishes total loss evaluations
Develop strong relationships with body shop owners, managers and technicians
Stay connected with customers, providing timely updates on repair process
Evaluate and handle payments of claims and resolution of claims without payments
Review and determine validity of any supplement requests
Bachelor's degree or a combined total of five years of work experience and/or college education
One year in the automotive repair/appraisal or insurance industry
Work or educational experience must include:
oPlanning, prioritizing and organizing
oEffectively communicating verbally and in writing
Valid driver's license and auto insurance
Previous experience in the following is strongly preferred, but not required:
oExperience in the auto insurance industry
oUnderstanding coverage and liability
Benefits and Perks:
As one of the largest insurance companies in the country, Progressive offers the confidence and stability that comes with working for a growing, always evolving organization. Progressive employees also benefit from:
Annual gainshare bonus of up to 16% of your salary; Progressive rewards each of us with an annual bonus based on company performance
Ability to work independently and manage inventory while adjusting claims
Structured support system that encourages continued career development
Paid training and tuition assistance
Inclusive, friendly culture with Employee Resource Groups
Dedication to work/life balance including beginning to earn paid time off after your first two weeks
Wellness program with discounts & rewards and the standard benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k)
Equal Opportunity Employer
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