Field Adjuster
Location: Chicago, IL
Company: AmeriClaim Group
4/19/2015
 
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Contact E-Mail:
 
anitra.dugar at americlaim dot com
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AmeriClaim, a premier national independent insurance adjusting firm, is seeking an experienced claims adjuster in the Chicago area.

The candidate must have:

A solid and consistent work history;

Property adjusting background with a minimum of 5 years experience;

Experience in use of Xactimate and XactAnalysis;

Experience in casualty and liability adjusting;

Previous independent experience is a plus;

Previous transportation claim investigations is a plus;

License, where required by law;

Proficiency in technology and computer usage.

Duties include:

Client satisfaction and client retention is our highest priority;

Inspecting and appraising damages to buildings and other structures;

Conduct liability investigations in accordance with client requirements;

Be available 24-hours a day for on-scene investigations;

Document all time and activities in our central administration web based system;

Ability to multitask and have outstanding time management skills is essential;

Ability to manage expenses and maximize profitability for the office.

Please forward your resume with employment history.

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