20890 - Material Damage Adjuster II

Education Requirements: High school diploma, or GED, required. Five years experience in body shop or insurance claims adjusting, including estimate writing experience required. Experience with The ERIE preferred. Completion of General Insurance program preferred. Incumbent must live in territory assigned unless a change is approved by the company. Position requires the incumbent to serve on the Catastrophe Team, which may include travel on short notice to other locations for periods in excess of two weeks. Appropriate license as required by state. Valid driver's license and good driving record required.

Position Requirements: Arranges to inspect vehicles, driving to site of accident/damage within assigned territory or others if required. Photographs damaged areas, writes estimates, determines rental need and controls those costs according to company guidelines.

Negotiates repair costs, establishes value, settles total losses and handles disposal of salvage.

Distinguishes cause of damage for appropriate policy coverage.

Issues settlement checks and keeps appropriate records.

Responds to Policyholders and claimants complaints stemming from original adjustment.

Establishes rapport with Agents and claims adjusters.

At the request of Underwriting, evaluates antique and classic cars for coverage value.

Attends appropriate training sessions.

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.

Appraises material damage claims and total losses as received by assignment. Negotiates settlement of claims and disposes of salvage.

This is a remote/work from home position and a company car will be provided.

The successful candidate will work from home in Dane County. 

Candidates may be considered for Material Damage Adjuster I or Material Damage Adjuster II based on qualifications.

Arranges to inspect vehicles, driving to site of accident/damage within assigned territory or others if required. Photographs damaged areas, writes estimates, determines rental need and controls those costs according to company guidelines. Negotiates repair costs, establishes value, settles total losses and handles disposal of salvage. Distinguishes cause of damage for appropriate policy coverage. Issues settlement checks and keeps appropriate records. Responds to Policyholders and claimants complaints stemming from original adjustment. Establishes rapport with Agents and claims adjusters. At the request of Underwriting, evaluates antique and classic cars for coverage value. Attends appropriate training sessions. 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.

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