Home Insurance Claims Specialist, Glasgow
- bonus and excellent benefits
Role Responsibilities As a highly technical Homes Insurance claims specialist your responsibilities will include: Assist in delivering initiative claims savings, settlement cost performance, large loss emergence, reserve accuracy and run off to agreed targets. Claims servicing to meet or exceed agreed SLAs and caseload Engage to ensure the performance of suppliers adhere to the policy and contracted terms by working closely with Tech Leadership and Supply Chain Management Teams Operate as one our clients Subject Matter Expert for Home and commercial Property by providing technical experience and advice to colleagues and participate in technical forums or project and initiatives. Active contributor to the overall Home and Commercial property operational team and delivery of the directorates goals. Identify, own and manage the risks involved in running our business appropriate to your role, in line with our clients risk framework. As a successful large loss Homes Insurance claims specialist, you will have: ESSENTIAL Thorough technical knowledge of Large and Complex Home property claims handling and litigation procedures demonstrating influencing and negotiation skills. Subsidence and large loss claims experience. HIGHLY DESIRABLE Knowledge of common law & legislation effecting home property and liability insurance claims. A high level of business acumen with a previous track record of Managing Large and complex property claims. * Preferred insurance qualifications ACII / FCII In return our client will reward you with salary around £45k with performance related bonus and an excellent benefits package including; pension, health, holidays, various insurance discounts, flexible rewards package and discounts for a variety of products and services. Please email your current CV to Jane via online instructions. Jane Hammond ##### ######FPSG is committed to equal opportunities regardless of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief and age.