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AdviceUK: Indemnity Insurance Claims Manager (Freelance)
Due to forthcoming retirement, we’re seeking to recruit a freelance Claims Manager to handle notifications of claims and support members through the process. Prime requirements for the role are in-depth knowledge and experience of advice work rather than knowledge of insurance processes (although that would clearly be an advantage).
This is a part-time, home-based opportunity with all processes conducted remotely. Working patterns are governed by the number and frequency of claims. Hours vary but average 20 to 25 per month. Attendance at regular on-line team meetings and occasional London staff days is required. The current billing rate is £24 per hour + any expenses.
To apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org attaching a CV and/or expression of interest not exceeding 1 side of A4.
Closing date for applications is 2nd September 2022.
Charity No. 299342 Company No. 02023982 www.adviceuk.org.uk
AdviceUK Board – Trustee Vacancies
Would you or someone involved in your organisation be interested in serving on the AdviceUK Board of Trustees? We’re looking to recruit additional trustees to further the strengthen the role of Members in our governance. In order to improve the geographical spread of Trustees we’re particularly keen, at this time, to recruit board members from Wales, South West England and the Midlands but all applications will be welcome. So, if you’d be interested to serve on the Board of a national charity and help bring the Members’ perspective to all that we do, we’d like to hear from you.
We’ll be accepting applications through until the end of September. Details of what’s involved and how to apply can be found here. Appointees’ terms of office will commence in 2023.