Independent Property Adjuster – Fast-forward to success
If you want to be part of a Canada’s largest independent adjusting team, you'll want to check this Property Adjuster job out. Just like (insert your favorite team name), we compete to win on the playing field and in the community.
Fort McMurray - where personal growth happens! With $8 billion dollars in planned investment, an average household income of $189,458, 7.1% annual growth in population, and over 82,000 project based accommodations, this is the epicenter of property adjusting in Canada.
You should be interested in learning with a chance to become the pinnacle of property loss knowledge in your field; if you are, now is your chance. Our best adjusters get exposed to significant and complex claims and are given the opportunity to be involved in business development opportunities. At ClaimsPro, the Independent Adjuster is the driving force behind delivering world-class service through an uncompromising commitment to quality and innovative business solutions for our customers and stakeholders.
The person taking our new Independent Property Adjuster position in Fort McMurray, Alberta will be walking into a very large learning & earning potential. Success will reply on you being a superb communicator & your extremely well-honed organizational skills that progress files efficiently and effectively. You will need an ongoing commitment to learning, effective analytical and investigative skills, and a proactive and positive approach to customer service. You will enjoy working with leading edge technology, iAdjust, and getting involved with handling claims efficiently and effectively. you'll see this a major career opportunity, not a lateral move.
This is a highly visible position and our senior team is assigning our best people to the task plus providing all of the needed resources. This is something you should seriously consider if you want to put your career on a faster track. Start with us, and you might wind up in unexpected places.
We’re going to give a bit of preference to those with at least 3 year’s experience, an Adjuster’s license, CIP designation, and a University Degree but will consider someone who has demonstrated a high level of performance in CIP courses or in the insurance industry. Some of our recent hires are now involved in Catastrophic loss in Southern Alberta, Toronto, and Quebec, as well as strategic risk prevention and cutting-edge technological solutions.
If you'd like to be considered for this position, send us your resume and a quick summary of two significant accomplishments. Make one of these related to a team project involving a complex claim and the other an individual accomplishment specifically involving a property claim. They should each be a paragraph or two, with fewer bullets and more description the better.