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The role will initially involve general administrative assistance to the Rate Surveyors such as filing; dealing with client queries via telephone and email, maintaining diaries with vacation days and court appearances, contacting clients via telephone and email for further information, emailing reports and invoices to clients. This will progress into compiling their own Rate Surveys for our clients - full training will be given on this aspect.
Chartered Building or Quantity Surveyor required by developing national loss adjusting practice to assist with significant growth plans in this area. You can be based anywhere within the London area but must be prepared to travel north up the M1 corridor and west along the M4 corridor to handle a wide-ranging and challenging portfolio of general perils and building guarantee losses.
Chartered Building or Quantity Surveyor required by developing national loss adjusting practice to assist with significant growth plans in this area. You can be based anywhere within the North West but must be prepared to travel widely throughout the North West across the M62 corridor and south down the M6 to Birmingham to handle a wide-ranging and challenging portfolio of general perils and building guarantee losses.
Major loss adjusting practice is keen to further develop its Building Services team in the South East, through the appointment of a home-based Surveyor or Engineer. You will handle a mixed portfolio of general perils and subsidence losses all on a project managed basis, utilising our client's contractor repair networks.
Leading insurance service provider to the UK has the need for a Building Surveyor in the West Midlands region due to continued expansion within the company. Working from a home base you will assist the Claims Field Team to provide support services to the adjusting field force or direct buildings management on behalf of clients, including the project management of perils and subsidence claims, tender preparation and the provision of on-site surveying services.
Niche loss adjusting practice requires a Chartered Civil or Structural Engineer or Chartered Surveyor for a specialist role, handling construction and professional indemnity losses for a wide range of Lloyd's and London Market principals. The position is home and/or City-based, and will provide you with the opportunity to deal with some varied, interesting and challenging losses within the specialist and rapidly expanding PI sector.
National loss adjusting practice seeks to appoint an additional Chartered Surveyor to its Major Loss Unit. You will provide technical advice and guidance on buildings losses for commercial properties valued in excess of £100,000 and affected by a variety of perils including fire, flood, storm etc.
International loss adjusting practice requires Quantity Surveyor for key technical role within the Belfast office. You will provide technical guidance on building related matters, particularly in respect of reinstatement costs, for domestic or commercial losses resulting from fire, storm, flood etc.
National Contracts & Repair Manager is required by our client for a key national role. You will lead and manage the procurement and the service delivery of our client's national network of Repair & Remedial Works Contractors and; to ensure that all repair projects are executed in a commercially viable, efficient and effective manner and that excellent customer service and high quality repairs are delivered.
Specialist loss adjuster seeks to strengthen its subsidence team within the South East through the appointment of an additional Chartered Engineer or Chartered Surveyor to its southern team. You will be home-based and be responsible for handling the full range of domestic subsidence claims on a fully project managed basis, utilising approved repair contractors, to oversee the claims from initial instruction through to final settlement.