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Commercial Technical Claims Manager
Title: Commercial Technical Claims Manager
Category: Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £61,000.00 - £90,000.00
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Commercial Technical Claims Manager

An amazing opportunity has arisen in one of the UK's leading insurance houses to join their Commercial Property Team, as Manager.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in Commercial Property Claims, you'll have professional experience in handling all aspects of large and multifaceted Commercial property claims; often well above £1m in value. You'll be organised, you'll have to manage an extensive caseload as well as coaching and mentoring your team through their own equally wide-ranging caseloads.

You'll be extremely adept at communicating both with those you are managing as well as company stakeholders across the business as a whole. As the manager you will not only be involved in training your team but in recruiting, developing and guiding them through some of the most complex insurance claims possible.

What our client is looking for:

An experienced Insurance Claims Manager who is preferably ACII qualified, with a proven track record in Commercial Property claims who has experience of handling very Large Commercial property claims.

Previous experience of leading a team as well as experience of Budget management

In return for your experience and undoubted skills you'll receive a market competitive Salary and a professional benefits package which is market leading.

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