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Loss Adjuster

Posted 22 March by Heat Recruitment
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Salary icon £45,000 - £60,000 per annum
Location icon Kent , South East England

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Location: South-East

Salary: up to £60,000 basic

Benefits: Fee based bonus + company bonus, 5% pension contribution, 25 days holiday + bank holidays + Birthday day off, private healthcare, death in service, enhanced maternity + paternity + adoption + sick pay, EVS, car allowance + business mileage, career development and progression routes, employee feedback forum.

The Company:

For over 25 years, this established Chartered Loss Adjusting firm has served the insurance industry, offering expertise and commitment to claims and risk solutions. They've built a strong reputation for professionalism, fairness, and high-quality service in settlements.

Building client relationships is key, and they leverage advanced technology across strategically located adjusters throughout the UK to guarantee prompt and efficient service nationwide.

The Role:

  • Take full ownership of your assigned claims, handling them independently from initial investigation to final settlement. You'll work with a variety of property types ranging from General Property Perils, to HNW and even MCL claims.

Role Requirements:

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience working as a field based Loss Adjuster.
  • CILA and CII qualifications are a plus, but not essential.
  • UK full and clean driving license.
  • UK resident applicants only.


For further details visit Heat Recruitment website. Ref. 83928

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Reference: 52084998

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