Urgent need for CAT Adjusters due to Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma
Published: Sep 08, 2017
The Impact of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Harvey quickly became one of the most devastating hurricanes in history with early estimates figuring damages to total up to $185 billion. Texas officials estimate there are 49,000 flooded homes. However, Hurricane Irma may prove to be even bigger. Some are estimating Irma to cause $200 to $300 billion in damages, before taking into account the amount of lost revenue from tourism or other factors. Compared to Hurricane Andrew, which cost $26.5 billion in 1992, Irma is much larger and much more powerful.
Insurance companies an unprecedented amount of claims between the two states. To work all the expected claims, insurance companies will rely on hundreds of small catastrophe companies. If you're licensed in either state and are looking for work, you can send your resume to Roger@GreatInsuranceJobs.com. Insurance companies are expecting to hire CAT adjusters immediately.
CAT Claims Adjusters
Due to Hurricane Harvey and the incoming Hurricane Irma, there is a huge demand for Catastrophe Claims Adjusters in Texas and Florida. These positions are paying $45 per hour. Companies are offering to help pay for the relocation or adjusters can work remotely. Must be licensed in Texas or Florida.
This is an extremely urgent need so please apply immediately if you’re interested. Send resumes to Roger@GreatInsuranceJobs.com.
Customer Service - Claims
There is also an urgent need for Customer Service roles in St. Petersburg, Florida. Call center experience is a plus but not required as help is desperately needed. Customer Service roles are paying $12 per hour, 40 hours per week with possible overtime. Work up to seven days a week. These positions could start working as early as this weekend. Bilingual candidates is also a plus.
This is another very urgent position so please apply immediately if you’re interested. Please email Roger@GreatInsuranceJobs.com with your resume attached.