This is a permanent role listed by Summit Personnel
Claims Investigation Team Leader
Description: Job from: Summit Personnel Ltd -
Summit Personnel have been appointed by this leading Insurer who are currently recruiting for an experienced Motor Claims Team Leader to join their team as Claims Investigation Team Leader in Manchester.
Key duties as Claims Investigation Team Leader will include:
Manage a team of 12 Claims Investigators across 2 sites, delivering coaching as required and carrying out 1-2-1's and regular performance reviews
Encourage collaborative working amongst team members with the wider business, in particular other claims teams such as personal injury, credit hire and intelligence
Take an active role in recruitment of new team members as well as new starter training
Liaise with internal and external stakeholders such as legal and investigation suppliers ensuring delivery of service standards
Work closely with other claims teams such as Personal Injury, Credit Hire and Intelligence to ensure consistency of practice at all times
In order to be considered for the role of Claims Investigation Team Leader, candidates must possess the following skills and experience:
Experience of managing a team within motor claims
Working knowledge of personal injury and fraud claims
Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to confidently deal with stakeholders at various levels
Good time management and organisation skills with the ability to prioritise work
Proven leadership and people management skills with the ability to motivate employees in a high pressure environment
In return, you will be offered a competitive basic salary to £36,000 dependent on experience plus an outstanding benefits package and the opportunity to forge a career with an expanding and highly successful business.
Listed on: 13/02/2019
Ends on: 27/03/2019
Location: Salford, United Kingdom
Type of Employment: permanent, full time ~37 hours each week
Salary Amount: GBP £30000
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