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Contract Position With Fortune 500 MNC - D&O/Casualty Claims Examiner

Posted By: yp3739

Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Federal Insurance Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Chubb Corporation and a Fortune 500 diversified financial organisation with more than US$48 billion in assets, invites application for a 1-year contract position as:

D&O / Casualty Claims Examiner
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be trained and to gain valuable experience in our Specialty Claims unit. You will assist in investigating, assessing and managing basic to intermediate Directors and Officers, Professional and other liability claims in Singapore and other South Asian countries.

You should possess a Law Degree or a Diploma in Legal Studies. Prior experience or knowledge of insurance contracts whilst not necessary, would be an advantage. You should have strong verbal and communication skills. Ability to read Bahasa Malaysia would also be advantageous.

Whilst this is a 1-year contract position only, there is a possibility of the contract being renewed or the position being converted into a permanent employment position. We offer good work/life balance.
If you are interested in gaining such experience and possess the qualities outlined above, please forward by 2 May 2008, your resume stating your current and expected remuneration to [email protected] or by mail to:
Federal Insurance Company
18 Cross Street, #11-08 China Square Central, Singapore 048423
Attention: Y.P. Ong

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