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Careers  »  August 2015  »  Wisconsin
Home Claims Large Loss Specialist
Location: Green Bay, WI
Company: Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance
8/28/2015
 
Job Listing:
 
Contact E-Mail:
 
rachel.m.juley at ampf dot com
Employment Status:
 
Full Time
Position Type:
 
Staff Adjuster
Managerial Position:
 
No
Position Requirements:
 
A Bachelor's degree is preferred or equivalent relevant work experience. Previous homeowner claims adjusting experience, including claim investigation, evaluation of damages, negotiation and settlement of claims, is required. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills and strong desk management skills are required. Strong customer service and problem solving skills are essential. Candidate must also possess the ability to inspect, scope and write building estimates using industry standard software. Bilingual skills are a plus.
Job Details:
 
Primary responsibilities include management of large loss homeowner claims. The successful candidate will also provide customer service to claimants and insureds, investigate claims, take recorded statements, determine liability, set reserves and make claim payments. This position may also include the handling of personal property contents claims and requires travel 25% of the time.

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