Perils Project Manager (F-MRICS)

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Location
Newcastle upon Tyne
Salary
£40000 - £60000 per annum + Car, Bonus, Benefits etc
Posted
06 Jan 2019
Closes
20 Jan 2019
Ref
MPO 7899
Contact
Martin Porthouse
Sector
Domestic
Contract Type
Permanent

Our client is looking for a Project Manager (F-MRICS) to work from home and handle a portfolio of perils (fire, flood, storm etc) claims on a project managed basis for properties (listed buildings, stately homes etc), acting throughout the North East (Durham, Tyneside, Teeside & Northumberland) regions. You will be M-FRICS qualified and ideally boast a minimum of 2 years prior Project Managed Loss Adjusting experience (not essential). You must be able to demonstrate leadership / managerial skills, be known in the market for your work and perhaps be in a position to bring connections on the back of this, although this isn't essential. You will typically be a team player; be energetic, determined, professional and take a great pride in your work. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to further enhance his or her already strong reputation in the project managed perils field. Interested applicants should forward their CV / particulars to Martin Porthouse at Exchange Street Claims; 0161 973 6900 Ext 1024 / mp@exchange-street.co.uk. Job Ref: MPO 7899. For all other vacancies, take a look at our website - www.exchange-street.co.uk

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