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GEICO Liability Claims
What sets GEICO apart from our competition? One key factor is our ability to provide outstanding customer service during the insurance claims process. As a Liability Claims Representative, you are there for our customers when they need us most – after an accident.
Accidents can be traumatic experiences, and it takes a true professional to empathize, listen and assist our customers. Through our industry-leading, paid training, you'll learn about insurance concepts and contracts, complex claims handling, liability disputes and settlement negotiation. After training, you will investigate and process a variety of insurance claims ranging from minor fender-benders to major disasters.
At GEICO, the opportunity for career advancement is outstanding. In fact, our associates average two promotions within the first three years! In exchange for your hard work, we offer:
· Raises and promotions based upon your performance
· Professional development opportunities through GEICO University
· Coaching and feedback to help you further develop your skills
· Bachelor’s degree
· Good customer service skills or prior experience
· Solid computer, grammar and multi-tasking skills
· Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
· Strong attention to detail, time management and decision-making skills
· Demonstrated job stability
· Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced, high-volume call center
Among GEICO's outstanding benefits are:
· Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
· 401(k) and profit-sharing plan
· Paid vacation, holidays and leave programs
· Flexible spending accounts
· On-site fitness and dining facilities
· Associate clubs and volunteer activities
· Business casual dress and more!
Apply today! Claims classes start soon.
Click “Apply Now” to complete our online application. You will need an active email address and phone number.
Please be prepared for multiple steps in our hiring process. GEICO conducts drug screens, credit and background checks, and may conduct health assessments of applicants who’ve accepted employment offers. EOE