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Claims Specialist, Domestic Building Insurance (As Per Advertisement)

Victorian Managed Insurance Authority - Melbourne, VIC

Insurance & Superannuation
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JOB DESCRIPTION

We have a fantastic opportunity for a seasoned claims management professional to join the Claims team within the Domestic Building Insurance division.

Claims Specialist, Domestic Building Insurance (DBI) – Max Term 2 years

VMIA is the Victorian Government's insurer and risk adviser, covering the people, places and projects that help Victorians thrive. From iconic cultural institutions, major infrastructure, public schools and hospitals, to emergency services and not for profits, our clients are diverse but united in their ambition to make a positive impact in our community. We share this ambition.

Your role

We have a fantastic opportunity for a seasoned claims management professional to join the Claims team within the Domestic Building Insurance division.

As our Claims Specialist, you'll be responsible for end to end management, assessment and settlement of a diverse range of domestic building insurance claims, including complex claims involving active participation in VCAT conferences, mediations and hearings leading settlement discussions and working in conjunction with our appointed legal service providers.

You'll be reporting to Manager, Claims in the Domestic Building Insurance (DBI) division.

As part of a small team working for a diverse insurer, this is a great opportunity to collaborate with internal stakeholders and external service providers to deliver high-quality claims outcomes.

Drawing on your highly developed communication, influencing and negotiation skills along with strong analytical skills and insurance industry knowledge, you use insights of trends within your portfolio to work with internal colleagues to build knowledge of emerging trends and strategies to improve the claims management process.

Success in this role requires your ability to comfortably use IT systems, work under pressure effectively while maintaining resilience, provide strong technical expertise and stretch your relationship-building and influencing skills.

Your key relationships

  • You work closely with the Manager, Claims, to actively manage your portfolio and contribute to the development of new and existing claims services and business practices to build the value and contribution to DBI clients
  • You liaise with the General Manager, DBI to provide insights, trends and recommendations within the DBI portfolio
  • You engage with the DBI Claims team to provide a mentoring and coaching role giving insight into policy and process
  • You work across the DBI division including peers within the Builder Assessment and Service Delivery teams to improve claims management outcomes
  • You build and maintain relationships with key external agencies such as VBA, CAV and DBDRV to share information and collaborate on strategic projects
  • You build and maintain effective relationships with 3rd party service providers to obtain optimum claims resolution, ensure value for money and manage recovery opportunities.

What we're looking for

  • Minimum 3-5 years' claims management experience within Builders Warranty Insurance or similar scheme e.g. Property Claims either with an insurer or in a legal position
  • You hold a tertiary qualification in Law (essential)
  • You may also hold a professional membership with a risk management, Insurance or relevant organisation
  • Highly developed problem solving, influencing and negotiation skills
  • Ability to be empathetic to the needs of our clients
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Demonstrated analytical skills and insurance industry acumen
  • Resilient with the ability to work under pressure and manage and resolve complex claims within a timely manner.
  • Excellent computer literacy skills and experience using Claims Management IT Systems and MS Office applications

We encourage people from all gender identities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, with disabilities, and from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

Please let us know of any accessibility needs to be considered during the recruitment process.

Why work with us?

We're known for our incredible culture and sense of community – and an employee value proposition that makes our people proud.

We reward innovation, best practice thinking and collaboration. We're industry leaders in diversity and inclusion, are passionate about gender equality, and encourage and enable our people to bring their whole selves to work.

We were leaders in working flexibly even before COVID-19. Now, we operate in a hybrid environment, with a suite of events and activities to connect us even when we're apart. We'll continue to work from where it makes sense to, with flexible arrangements that deliver for our clients and work for our people.

We offer programs, subsidies and leave options to support the wellbeing of our people and invest in their development and growth.

How to apply

If you'd like to help make Victoria an even better place to live, we'd love to hear from you.

  • attach your resume
  • attach a cover letter addressing your suitability for this role and why a role at VMIA appeals to you (applications without a cover letter will not be considered).

For more information, please see the position description and contact Hanita Singh, Talent Acquisition Partner at careers@vmia.vic.gov.au, or visit our careers page 

Applications close 5pm Sunday 25 April 2021.