• Paul Hulance

MOTOR CLAIMS FRAUD INVESTIGATOR - Midlands - Salary up to £35k plus car allowance

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Clark James Recruitment are working very closely with a highly respected and well established Motor Claims business who are looking for an experienced Motor Claims Fraud Investigator covering the Midlands and surrounding areas.

This vacancy is home/field based and offers a generous package including company car allowance, telephone and laptop.

The main purpose of this role is to carry out external enquiries and provide external support to the claims team by way of third party fraud investigation support.

To apply you must have field investigation experience or desktop fraud investigation experience within Insurance. The suitable candidate can also come from police background and must have an excellent customer service skills.

From a technical perspective the successful candidate must also have knowledge of the Fraud Act 2006.

Although this position is home based you will be required to be out on the road in the Midlands area so must be based locally and you will be required to visit the Kent office on a monthly basis.

A very competitive salary is on offer along with an array of benefits. Your application will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.

Please don’t apply unless you have a number of years RTA Investigation Experience and/or hands on RTA Third Party Claims experience.

To apply, please forward an up to date CV to darren.stone@clarkjames.co.uk

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Darren Stone

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