Insurance Claims Manager
Job Description

Insurance Claims Manager Job Description

Insurance Claims Manager Job Overview

Insurance claims managers oversee insurance claims departments, including adjusters, examiners, and other vital employees involved with claims processing and insurance program coverage. They work to facilitate property claims, casualty claims, and they problem-solve other claims issues. The claim manager’s job also focuses on identifying cases of intentional fraud and falsified documents. A claims manager must escalate issues to key claims management contacts and commercial lines specialists. They must be thorough, detail-oriented, and precise. They often report to top management-level employees in a firm or insurance company setting.

Insurance Claims Manager Job Template

Insurance Claims Manager Job Summary

Our thriving company is looking for a high-achieving, thorough, and experienced professional to fill our open insurance claims manager role. Our ideal candidate is a motivated collaborator with a track record of success in the insurance industry and effectively manages a multifaceted team. Bring your expert-level knowledge, communication skills, and positive attitude to day-to-day problem-solving, and we’ll provide you with continued education and advancement opportunities. If you’re interested in advancing your career in insurance claims, apply today!

Location

Ashburn, VA

Insurance Claims Manager Responsibilities

  • Supervise a team of claims adjusters, examiners, and other staff involved with the claims management and claims processing departments
  • Review company policy to determine coverage or liability for new claims
  • Ensure legal compliance, adherence to claims processes, and timely payments
  • Pursue continued education opportunities to remain abreast of emerging laws or other required changes to insurance-related processes
  • Facilitate the settling of complex claims and process related paperwork

Insurance Claims Manager Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related discipline is necessary; master’s degree preferred
  • At least three years of experience as an insurance claims adjuster, claims examiner, or claims supervisor, one of which was in a leadership position
  • Must have a thorough understanding of insurance-related legal procedures, regulations, and claims processing
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office computer programs including Excel, Word, and other programs is necessary

Insurance Claims Manager Compensation

$76,861 (National Average)

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