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Major & Complex Loss Surveyor


North West: Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire, Merseyside, Cumbria, Yorkshire: East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North East: County Durham, Northumberland, Teesside, Tyne and Wear.


£60,000 - £70,000

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Job Profile

Major loss adjusting practice seeks MRICS qualified surveyor to support its major loss operation within the North of England.  You will work in team scenarios handling commercial losses in excess of £100,000 and regularly in excess of £1 million throughout the North West, Yorkshire and into the North East and Cumbria.  You will provide technical  guidance and support on complex buildings losses impacted by a wide range of insured perils.

Applicant Requirements

Candidates must essentially be MRICS qualified from a background in either quantity or building surveying and ideally some experience in insurance claims repair work, whether that be domestic or commercial. It would also be helpful if you lived in the North West but with a willingness to work throughout the North.  Basic salary up to £70,000 plus generous fee-related bonus, car allowance, pension, private medical care and 25 days annual holiday.


Nick Fraser
Tel: 0771 252 6948
Adjusting Appointments Limited

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