Insurance Claims Assessor Salary:
Without CII £21,202 plus major employer benefits raising to £22,812 after probation
With CII £21,600 plus major employer benefits raising to £23,194 after probation
Insurance Claims Assessor Role
- Insurance claims assessors analyse and process high value invoices to ensure accuracy and risk control, ensuring all policy/scheme rules are applied appropriately. This involves direct communication with customers, healthcare professionals, and specialists across several medical disciplines. Contributing successfully to a highly professional and experiences team, the role ensures support is provided to customers and all areas of the business.
- The UK invoice team are responsible for ensuring complex invoices are accurately assessed in accordance with clinical guidance, internal processes and policy/scheme rules. The team must liaise effectively with all areas of the business and understand the risks that apply to high cost claims.
Ideal Insurance Claims Assessor
- To have achieved Cert CII qualification within probation and CPD maintained in accordance with CII requirements
- Minimum of 5 GCSEs C and above which should include Math and English. In addition, one of the following Biology or a Double/Triple Science is desirable;
- Competent with Microsoft Word/Excel
- Previous experience in a healthcare or healthcare related field desirable;
- Excellent communication skills, attention to detail and the ability to represent the company professionally at all times
Insurance Claims Assessor Benefits
- An excellent, supportive working environment in modern offices with good access from the M5 and ample on-site car-parking;
- Extensive employee benefits: an attractive starting salary, annual bonus, generous pension scheme, private healthcare and life insurance;
- Exceptional on-going business and medical training, with the opportunity to gain various, employer sponsored, professional qualifications including with the Chartered Insurance Institute.