Associate Claims Representative

AAA Of Southern California Portland , ME 04101

Posted 2 months ago

AAA Northern New England is seeking applicants for the position of Associate Claims Representative in Portland, ME. This entry level position supports the claims operation by providing service pursuant to the policy via handling claims of first and third parties in compliance with all regulatory and statutory requirements.

The primary functions include investigation, evaluation and negotiation of lower complexity auto and homeowner claims in compliance with established company technical and customer service Best Practices. Under moderate supervision, works within specified limits and authority.

AAA offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), and a Pension plan.

Four year college degree of commensurate job experience. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.

Strong organizational skills and oral/written communication skills. Must be able to secure state specific licenses as required.

AAA Northern New England complies with the Maine Recreational Marijuana Law

AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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