Claims Adjusters - Property, Casualty, Auto, Heavy Equipment, Trucking

Employer
HGI Claims
Location
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Salary
Contract Position- Percentage of Billing
Posted
Sep 28, 2016
Closes
Nov 27, 2016
Category
Claims
Job Type
Contract

NOW CONTRACTING INDEPENDENT 1099 DAILY CLAIMS ADJUSTERS. 

To meet our growing client demand, we are reorganizing our operations into dedicated territories.  This position is perfect for adjusters already handling claims in their area for other firms but wish to add to their case load.  HGI Claims has added six additional clients this year and we have commitments from four additional carriers to receive claims when our new recruiting efforts are complete. Limited contract positions available in each area.  

YOUR RESUME/COVER LETTER MUST INDICATE THE TYPES OF CLAIMS ASSIGNMENTS YOU ARE CAPABLE OF ACCEPTING

(i.e., Auto, Casualty, Property Only, Property and Casualty, Heavy Equipment, etc)

Requirements for Property, Casualty, Heavy Equipment/Trucking and/or Auto Daily-Claims Adjusters:

  • Four or more years verifiable daily-claims experience
  • Dedicated to Daily-Claims. If you are a storm chaser, please see our CAT Team posting
  • Ability to read and interpret policy
  • Ability to follow client direction on claims handling
  • 24 Hour Contact with 48 Hour Inspection/Appraisal (Unless Policyholder Schedule Conflicts). Heavy Equipment and Trucking Claim Handlers must be willing to deploy to accident scenes at any time.
  • Ability to update file logs (diary) and complete reports within given timelines. We use Filetrac as our Claims Management System
  • Possess and maintain all of the required tools, software, and equipment to complete claims adjustments
  • Xactimate, Simsol, or Symbility for property adjusters
  • Auto claims adjusters please ensure the estimating software you have used is listed on your resume.

Your task is to investigate, evaluate, and resolve claims on behalf of our clients. We are looking for those whose passion is helping others, maintaining compliance with insurance laws, and to consistently produce high quality adjustments.

Are you:
Good with people?
Licensed in your home state (where required)?
Do the claims you write, stay closed?
Are you current on your continuing education requirements for your home state (if required)?

General Adjusters and Executive General Adjusters or those with

CPCU, AIC or other Industry Designations are encouraged to apply.