Claims Executive at Clarkson Insurance Brokers Ltd

On Thursday, May 7th, 2015
We are an Insurance Broker who wishes to recruit for the following position in our Department.

Claims Executive – Broking Department
Ref: CE/BD/2015

Key Performance Areas 
The duties and responsibilities will include:- 
  • Reviewing of documents and pertinent requirements regarding an insurance claim. 
  • Ensure that the insurance claim made by the claimant is complete in form and complies with the documentary requirements of an insurance claim. 
  • To advice claimants regarding basic matters about their insurance coverage in relation to the insurance claim. 
  • Respond to both internal and external claims inquiries concerning benefits, claims process, service providers, and the filing/completion of proper forms. 
  • Recording and processing of all claims transactions to ensure they are accurately entered in the system. 
  • Opening of hard-copy claim files. 
  • Prepare claims registers for claims meetings and update the various claims reports. 
  • Prepare initial claim letter and mail to insured, along with appropriate forms for completion. 
  • Track and follow up on receipt of necessary forms. 
  • Coordinate with the Underwriting department, as necessary. 
  • Generally ensuring the highest level of quality customer service in the claims process. 
Education and Experience: 
  • Relevant Bachelor’s degree from recognized university, 
  • Diploma in Insurance (AIIK or CII), 
  • 2 years’ experience in general claims. 
  • Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills,
  • Good organizational skills,
  • Interpersonal skills, 
  • Quick learner,
  •  knowledge of insurance market and operations,
  • Ability to think strategically and 
  • passionate about driving the business to implement targets.
For consideration, please email your resume to [email protected] to be received no later than 14th May 2015. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. 
Quote the reference number on the subject part of the email.
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