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  • Inside Desk Property Adjuster (Hybrid)

    At USAA, we have an important mission: facilitating the financial security of millions of U.S. military members and their families. We are seeking a dedicated Inside Desk Property Adjusters for a hybrid work environment, in the following locations: San Antonio, TX; Phoenix, AZ; Chesapeake, VA, Colorado Springs, CO or Tampa, FL. As a Inside Desk Property Adjuster, you will work within established guidelines and framework to investigate, evaluate, negotiate, and settle moderate to complex property insurance claims presented by or against our members.
    $55.8k-91.2k yearly2d ago
  • Senior Commercial Property Desk Adjuster

    Responsibilities: As a member of an experienced Claims Adjuster team, you will investigate, evaluate, and resolve commercial liability claims with moderate supervision, engaging your analytical skills to make decisions and bring claims to resolution. Gallagher Bassett is the world s premier provider of risk and claims management services. So wherever opportunity and need come next in this world, Gallagher Bassett is there.
    $47k-60k yearly est.2d ago
  • Auto Claims Adjuster- Remote

    As an Associate Auto Claims Advisor, your responsibilities include handling non-injury claims. We are actively hiring for an Associate Auto Claims Advisor! CSAA Insurance Group (CSAA IG), a AAA insurer, is one of the top personal lines property and casualty insurance groups in the U.S. Our employees proudly live our core beliefs and fulfill our enduring purpose to help members prevent, prepare for and recover from life's uncertainties, and we're proud of the culture we create together.
    $25 hourly52d ago
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) Workers Compensation Claims Advocate - Las Vegas, NV

    *All Telecommuters will be required to adhere to UnitedHealth Group's Telecommuter Policy. The Claims Advocate is required to contact injured employees by telephone within 1 business day of notice of injury to inform and explain to the employee what to expect during the workers' compensation process.
    $16-31.4 hourly13h ago
  • Homeowners Field Property Claims Adjuster (Hartford, CT)

    Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation holds an A.M. Best rating of A-/Excellent .
    $52k-71k yearly est.21h ago
  • Senior Claim Adjuster

    This is a remote field-based position and the candidate will need to reside in the Virginia area, preferably Richmond. Implement FCCI Claims Philosophyand processes and documents all file activity including but not limited to phone calls, attorney contact, medical providers, etc. FCCI values the contributions of a diverse workforce.
    $65k-115k yearly est.1h ago
  • Field Adjuster

    100% REMOTE! Company Car! Only up to 25% Travel! Work from home! up to $80k base! ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Investigate, inspect and estimate losses as claimed by insureds; includes determining contractual coverage and negotiating settlements when necessary. Maintain necessary reports and files to ensure prompt and efficient disposition (settlement/denial) of claims. Serve as liaison with agents in respective area, assisting in problem resolution and claims filing. Maintain advanced level of knowledge of technical procedures and company policies, procedures and philosophy. Serve as special “storm team” leader and/or member when necessary. Other duties as assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS A minimum of three years' property/casualty claims adjusting experience, including the ability to accurately inspect and appraise commercial property losses. Thorough knowledge of commercial and personal lines coverages. Excellent communication and customer service skills. Ability to travel as necessary. Ability to lift ladders, climb roofs and work in various climates. Must have a valid driver's license and acceptable driving record. EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree strongly preferred PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Supplemental insurance education / designations Computer / Microsoft proficiency Previous experience with inspecting and appraising auto claims
    $80k yearly1d ago
  • Claims Adjuster, Workers' Compensation

    COMPETENCIES In-depth knowledge of workers' compensation insurance principles and laws, as well as cost containment principles Adhere to Method Best Practices, Method Claims Protocol, and Claims Handling Guidelines. The Claims Adjuster is primarily responsible for analyzing workers' compensation claims to determine the benefits due.
    $47k-63k yearly est.5d ago
  • Claims Adjuster

    AUTO CLAIMS EXAMINER/ADJUSTER Anchor General Insurance Company is excited to be recruiting ambitious, investigation minded claims professionals. We have employment opportunities to work as a 100% remote employee, or with hybrid options for those residing in the Dallas, TX, or San Diego, CA, areas. Are you interested in the small business feel with growth aspirations? Do you want to be a part of a growing team where you can make an immediate impact? Do you love to learn about law, fraud, body shops, medical claims, and how the world of insurance connects us all? ** Apply NOW, don't wait for your future to begin. ** Claims Examiner- you are a focused auto claims professional capable of managing coverage, liability, and fraud detection investigations to make decisions on property and bodily injury claims. Your tenacity keeps you on top of a challenging pace that gets you excited to build upon a strong foundation of claims experience. When faced with a problem, you can navigate through it, around it, and everywhere in between to get it done. Position Summary: As an experienced claims professional you will play a critical role by being part of our claims team that focus on delivering an empathetic voice and provide exceptional customer service by achieving a prompt, fair and equitable settlement according to fair claims handling requirements. In this role, you will investigate, evaluate and negotiate claims of varying complexity. This includes knowledge of contracts, investigation, and determination of coverage, liability, damages, and the setting of proper reserves. This may also include the ability to investigate, evaluate and negotiate bodily injury claims with both attorney represented claimants as well as claimants without attorney representation. Duties and Responsibilities: Empathize and assist our customers that have been involved in an auto accident. Evaluate losses utilizing critical thinking and solid judgment to solve problems, make decisions and resolve complex issues inherent in handling claims by using the claim report, the insurance policy and administers applicable state statues in accordance with established company guidelines. Conducts a prompt, thorough and fair investigation by obtaining relevant facts to determine coverage, origin and extent of loss. Engages and manages with parties involved in the claims process by determining facts, causation, damages and exposure; monitors costs to endure they are reasonable and necessary. Keeps the insured and others informed about the claims status with patience, clarity, timely and accurate written/verbal communications to resolve claims efficiently and effectively. Confirms or denies coverage of the claim based on the facts and the policy terms and conditions. Develops information necessary to make advance, partial and final payments when appropriate. Effectively negotiates the settlement of claims of varying complexity with little direction and more complex claims under the direction of their supervisor/manager. Achieves a prompt, fair and equitable settlement of a claim, where there is policy liability. Maintains a diary system for file review and document files to reflect status of work being performed on the file. Documents and communicates all claims activities timely and effectively and in a manner which supports the outcome of the claims file Other duties as assigned by Supervisor/Manager Experience and Skills: Qualifications: To be successful an individual must have a disciplined approach to all job-related activities. A solid foundation of personal organization, sound decision making and analytical skills, customer service skills, and a clear understanding of team commitment are required. Previous experience in the workplace, academics, or school sponsored extra-curricular participation that provided an opportunity to develop these skills is preferred. This individual should demonstrate the ability to communicate in a clear manner, possess excellent interpersonal skills and must also demonstrate confidence in their decision-making ability. A college degree is preferred. 2 or more years of experience preferred in insurance automobile claims experience. Exercise sound financial judgment and discretion in handing insurance claims. Knowledge of automobile claims, coverage evaluation, claims investigation, loss assessment, evaluation and reserves, insurance regulation, negotiation and settlement. Knowledge of investigation management including but not limited to taking and using recorded statements, determining coverage and application of coverage to claims, negotiation and resolution of claims. Knowledge of California specific adjusting issues including California insurance claims regulatory compliance, relevant case law and California claims legal framework. Arizona, Texas, Washington, and Oregon claims knowledge a plus. Self-directed individual who works well with minimal supervision. Must have strong analytical skills necessary to make decisions, resolve issues inherent in handling claims effectively by dealing with situations at various levels of intensity and reach a resolution. Must be able to interpret insurance policies and various contracts, perform analytical research and make sound decisions using good judgment. Interpersonal skills and ability to work with all levels of the organization. Ability to effectively operate a computer and have working knowledge of MS Office applications. Auto Liability CLAIMS EXAMINER - Virtual / Remote across the U.S.! Come join our claims investigation team!
    $52k-63k yearly est.6d ago
  • Injury Adjuster

    We are seeking dedicated Injury Adjusters for the following locations: San Antonio, TX; Phoenix, AZ; Chesapeake, VA, Colorado Springs, CO or Tampa, FL. The Injury Adjuster role works in a high volume call center environment. As an Injury Adjuster, you will work within defined guidelines and framework, responsible to adjust non-attorney involved soft tissue bodily injury or auto PIP/MP medical claims to include confirming coverage, determining liability, investigating, evaluating, negotiating, defending, and settling claims in compliance with state laws and regulations. At USAA, we have an important mission: facilitating the financial security of millions of U.S. military members and their families.
    $54.1k-93.9k yearly2d ago
  • Senior Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster

    At Gallagher, you can build a career whether it s with our brokerage division, our benefits and HR consulting division, or our corporate team. Gallagher is a global leader in insurance, risk management and consulting services.
    $55k-71k yearly est.3d ago
  • Property Adjuster (Trainee) - Washington, D.C.

    The Smart Start class of Property Adjuster Trainees will consist of both classroom and hands-on training activities in the ERIE Technical Learning Center (in Erie, PA), where individuals will learn ERIE's property estimating platform. This program gives interested individuals comprehensive training to successfully prepare them for the Property Adjuster role. At Erie Insurance, you're not just part of a Fortune 500 company; you're also a valued member of a diverse and inclusive team that includes more than 5,000 employees and over 2,200 independent agencies. The 24-week training program will require multiple weeks of training in Erie, PA, which will prepare you for immediate success as a Property Adjuster.
    $47.4k-75.8k yearly19h ago
  • Claim Representative-Work From Home! Paid Training

    Compensation is commission based.Company DescriptionAlign yourself with the largest Public Adjustment firm in America - Metro Public Adjustment, Inc.. Compensation Range: $20,000 to $100,000 based on average commission compensation Company Description Align yourself with the largest Public Adjustment firm in America - Metro Public Adjustment, Inc. Headquartered in Philadelphia with regional offices in 47 States.
    $27k-36k yearly est.29d ago
  • CGL Adjuster

    The Hanover Insurance Group has adopted a Hybrid work model that allows for 2 or 3 days of remote work each week with the balance of time being in the office. * Have or secure and maintain appropriate state adjuster license(s) and continuing education credits Our Claims team is currently seeking a Commercial General Liability Adjuster.
    $47k-65k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Property Adjuster - Field Estimating DC Metro $1,000 Sign On Bonus

    A day in the life of a Field Estimating Property Adjuster: The world isn't standing still, and neither is Allstate. Everything we do at Allstate is driven by a shared purpose: to protect people from life's uncertainties so they can realize their hopes and dreams.
    $60k-101.6k yearly5d ago
  • REMOTE - Claims Representative (Data Entry)

    Morgan Stephens ofrecemos reclutadores que hablan Espanol The Claims Representative candidate should be able to process basic payments and/or claim denials for Medicaid medical claims. We are seeking a Claims Representative.
    $40k-61k yearly est.Easy Apply1d ago
  • Claims Adjuster Trainee

    For ideas about how you might be able to protect yourself from job scams, visit our scam-awareness page at Job: Claims Primary Location: United States-Virginia-Leesburg Schedule: Full-time Employee Status: Regular Work From Home: No Energage recognizes Progressive as a 2023 Top Workplace for: Innovation, Purposes & Values, Work-Life Flexibility, Compensation & Benefits, and Leadership. As a claims adjuster trainee, you'll learn how to help customers get back on the road after an accident.
    $56.6k-58k yearly45m ago
  • Claims Adjuster - Auto REMOTE

    A career at Sedgwick means experiencing our culture of caring. + Leverage Sedgwick's broad, global network of experts to both learn from and to share your insights. Claims Adjuster - Auto REMOTE A career at Sedgwick is where passion meets purpose to make a positive impact on the world through the people and organizations we serve.
    $55k-74k yearly est.16d ago
  • Auto Claims Adjuster

    Colorado Springs, CO We are actively hiring for an Associate Auto Claims Advisor! August 7, 2023 to August 25, 2023 - Report to: 5775 Mark Dabling Blvd, Building III, Colorado Springs, CO from 9:00 am-6:00 pm Colorado Springs Time. CSAA Insurance Group (CSAA IG), a AAA insurer, is one of the top personal lines property and casualty insurance groups in the U.S. Our employees proudly live our core beliefs and fulfill our enduring purpose to help members prevent, prepare for and recover from life's uncertainties, and we're proud of the culture we create together. June 26, 2023 to August 4, 2023 training will be conducted remotely from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Colorado Springs Time. As an Associate Auto Claims Advisor, your responsibilities include handling non-injury claims. September 5, 2023 to September 29, 2023 - Report to: 5775 Mark Dabling Blvd, Building III, Colorado Springs, CO from 9:00 am-6:00 pm Colorado Springs Time.
    $25 hourly52d ago
  • Property Adjuster Trainee

    + Completion of Crawford and Company basic property class, and/or continuing education required for advancement. + Upholds the Crawford Code of Business Conduct at all times. + Prepares reports by collecting and summarizing information required by client, local, state and federal government and by Crawford.
    $47k-63k yearly est.55d ago

Average Salary For a Property Adjuster

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Property Adjuster is $54,661 per year or $26 per hour. The highest paying Property Adjuster jobs have a salary over $76,000 per year while the lowest paying Property Adjuster jobs pay $39,000 per year

Updated June 8, 2023
Average Property Adjuster Salary
$56,025 yearly
$26 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Property Adjuster

Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims Adjusters are individuals who evaluate the insurance claims of their clients. They specialize in the appraisal of property-related insurance claims such as damages or other concerns. They often work outside the office, typically always on fieldwork, since their job entails them to visit the property involved in the insurance claim. Property Claims Adjusters appraise the property, check the damages, evaluate whether the claims are valid, and provide their verdict. Insurance Claims on the property are adjusted based on their recommendations and final verdict. Property claims adjusters should be familiar with building codes, property laws, and insurance guidelines.

Senior Claims Adjuster

A senior claims adjuster is in charge of inspecting and analyzing insurance claims to validate and adjust payments. Among their responsibilities include reviewing and verifying claims documents, visiting sites to investigate property damages and personal injuries, gathering evidence such as photos and videos, and conducting interviews with witnesses and clients. Moreover, as a senior claims adjuster, it is essential to lead and serve as a mentor to fellow claims adjusters while enforcing and promoting the company's policies and regulations.

General Adjuster

In insurance companies, a general adjuster is responsible for studying and analyzing insurance claims to identify the company's financial liability. As a general adjuster, they must personally assess the extent and cause of property or physical damages, including the cost of repairs. They may also conduct interviews with witnesses or experts to ensure the eligibility of claims. Furthermore, as a general adjuster, it is essential to maintain records and documentation of procedures and cases, all while adhering to the company's policies and regulations.


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Project Manager

Project managers oversee a specific project related to the organization's business. They manage the whole project from inception to evaluation. They initiate planning with involved departments, follow-through on the plans, ensure smooth execution of the plans, and evaluate the project for further improvements should these be needed. In line with this, project managers also ensure that the project is cost-efficient and well within the budget. They also manage the different work teams involved in the project and ensure that things are running smoothly on this aspect as well.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Property Adjuster