claims assessor - life insurance in Sydney CBD

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job details

sydney cbd, new south wales
job category
insurance & superannuation
job type
reference number
kristian tan, randstad
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job description

Through significant growth and acquisition of new business a major life insurer is looking for a return to work professional to join their high performing Claims division.

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to join a claims department that is constantly recognised for its achievements. Through these achievements they truly recognise the contribution the Claims Assessors play in their success.

The Role:

Reporting directly to the Team Manager you will be responsible for managing a small portfolio of Life Insurance TPD (Total Permanent Disability) and GSC (Group Salary Continuance) claims. You will achieve this through investigations, strategies and planning, including ongoing interaction with members, medical professionals and service providers.

What’s in it for you?

  • Small portfolio of claims
  • Supportive environment and a family feel culture
  • Outstanding induction and training
  • Flexible hours and work from home options
  • Clear career progression.

To be successful in your new role:

  • 2 years + experience in Workers Compensation or CTP (experience in the Australian market is a must)
  • A further background in Rehabilitation / Mental Health is desirable
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Experience assessing a portfolio of claims.

(Allied health qualifications will be looked upon favourably)

To apply:

If you’re an energetic individual, who always goes above and beyond and possesses a strong customer focus, then this is the ideal role for you. Please make sure to get in contact with Kristian Tan on 0282983813 or at


Claims, Life Insurance, Retail Claims, Group Claims, Mental Health, Income Protection, Critical Illness, Team Manager, Team Leader, Insurance, Rehabilitation, Case Management, Claims Consultant, Claims Assessor, Claims Advisor.


Allied Health qualifications are desirable