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Insurance Inspector for Umatilla County

Company Name:
Mueller Services
Mueller Services, Inc. has been a national insurance services provider since 1980. The company is recognized by top insurance carriers for providing industry leading quality, customer service and technology. Mueller Services, Inc. takes pride in recruiting and training motivated individuals for either full or part time careers in the insurance data collection industry.
With a force of remote Field Representatives across all 50 states, Mueller Services, Inc. reports for many of the national insurance providers. They hire our services in order to complete routine underwriting reports in a timely, efficient manner. Our Tonawanda, NY headquarters currently staffs employees in various departments, including Quality Assurance, Customer Service, Training, Field Services, Sales, Marketing, and Information Technology. In addition, we employ remote field managers and trainers in our key markets across the country. These roles provide top performing field representatives with opportunities for advancement within our company.
We are looking for:
Part-Time remote Field Representative (10-25 hours per week)
Opportunities in Pendleton, OR or Walla Walla, WA
Completing routine underwriting reports in a timely, efficient manner
Recording on site observations in accordance with customer-specific requirements
Speaking directly with policyholders
Driving to residential and commercial properties
Identifying and photographing potential hazards
Taking measurements
Uploading photos onto our website
Creating drawings using field diagramming software
Assignments to field representatives are given on a weekly basis
No experience is necessary
Candidates with a background in construction/home improvement, real estate, data entry, or architecture is a plus
Candidates must live in Pendleton
PC with a high-speed internet connection
Computer literacy
Digital camera
Reliable vehicle
Cell phone
Working printer
Clean driving record
Self-motivation

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