Claims Asst./ Client Service Rep

Employer
Harrison Gray Search & Consulting
Location
Mclean, VA
Posted
Apr 20, 2017
Closes
Apr 21, 2017
Function
Accountant, IT
Industry
Other
Hours
Full Time
Job Description Our client is a privately-held insurance agency headquartered in the heart of Tyson's Corner. As an all-lines insurance broker, they have been serving domestic and international communities with success since 1970. This is a really great company, with a really fun, energetic culture! They offer a wide range of insurance products and risk management services, including: Embassies & Diplomatic Missions, Commercial, Life and Disability, Employee Benefits and Private Clients. Given that the agency is client-focused, customer experience is at the top of its priorities. Finding the right people is vital to providing a great customer service experience. As the 2015 recipients of the GOLD Stevie Award for Best in Customer Service, their standards for providing the best customer experience are extremely high. They work hard and have a great time doing it. If you would like to join the Washington Business Journal's "Best Place to Work," apply today. Job Summary: Centralize all personal and commercial claims to one person, who will also be in charge of ensuring top customer service experience on renewals, new business, claims etc. High-level job description: Filing and following up on all claims Being the point of contact with client and adjuster Send them personal updates throughout the process Fight claims that need assistance and more attention Close open claims that are hurting loss ratios and should be closed Work with marketing to getting updated contact information of clients and feedback Review certain renewals to ensure that coverage are in place Educate staff on particular coverages to be found in the contract Call to say thank you to new clients to add a personal touch for service Required: Claims experience (P&C experience ideal) Customer service experience in a similar role Someone who is passionate about this type of position and not looking to necessarily progress in the company or 'get their foot in the door'