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“Use your best judgment” is a statement any claims adjuster lives by. Every day, you have to make critical decisions as you investigate and come up with adequate settlements. Empathy, integrity, and a can-do attitude no matter is what’s allowing you to strive in a dynamic setting.
But how do you prove to the hiring manager that you have what it takes? Let us free you from making at least one decision today: which strategy to choose as you write your claims adjuster resume.
This guide will show you:
A claims adjuster resume example better than 9 out of 10 other resumes.
How to write a claims adjuster resume that will land you more interviews.
Tips and examples of how to put skills and achievements on a claims adjuster resume.
How to describe your experience on a resume for a claims adjuster to get any job you want.
Licensed claims adjuster (Minnesota) with 6+ years of experience, skilled in property & casualty and investigating. Seeking to further adjustment excellence at UPRA Insurance. At Rappaccini & Associates, discovered 28% more frivolous claims than company average. Maintained customer service satisfaction level of 84%.
Rappaccini & Associates
April 2014–April 2019
Found an additional 400 unwarranted claims per year over company average across 25 full-time adjusters.
Maintained record-high customer service satisfaction level at 84% through excellent up-front and post-claim communication with clients.
Coached 10 new employees. Given coaching role because of excellent performance to goals.
Developed 45+ strong business relationships with both external and internal customers.
At Home With Us Insurance Company
Feb 2013–March 2014
Processed 15 claims per week to determine company liability.
Trained colleagues in proprietary investigation and claims processing software.
Handled over 400 calls per month, maintaining 85% satisfaction rating.
2011–2015 University of St. Thomas
B.S. in Business Administration
Excelled in finance, accounting, and business law classes.
Elected as treasurer of student government.
Minnesota State Claims Adjuster License
Soft skills: Interpersonal skills, communication, negotiation, decision making
Hard skills: Property & casualty, investigating, estimating, policy knowledge
Volunteer security administrator, BSA Northern Star Council
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