Property and Casualty (homeowners) Insurance Call Center Representative

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Essential Job Functions
Answers telephones and responds to moderately complex customer questions and/or forwards call to appropriate personnel.
Researches customer inquiries and responds to appropriate parties in a timely manner.
Records calls, processes requests and updates account history with results of inquiry to include proper documentation.
Processes and distributes incoming and outgoing mail for multiple clients in accordance with established service level agreements.
Performs data entry and matches documents to appropriate accounts to verify up to date and accurate information.
Interfaces with team personnel, management, and customers in reference to customer service issues.
Reviews client reports on a weekly basis to ensure data integrity; prepares and submits report to management.
Reviews and recommends modifications to procedures and workflow as necessary to ensure efficient and effective processing of transactions.
Monitors daily transactions to ensure policy and procedures are in accordance with service level agreement.
Basic Qualifications
High school diploma or G.E.D.
Five or more years of customer service or other telephone experience
Experience working with organizational functions and personnel
Experience working with fax machines, computer software, and telephone technology
Experience working with and skilled in the use of help desk software
Other Qualifications
Business and analytical problem solving skills
Communication skills
Ability to work independently
Ability to follow oral and written directions
Job: Customer Services
Title: Property and Casualty (homeowners) Insurance Call Center Representative
Requisition ID: 1400OI5

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