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Trustee Claims Assessor

Date:  09-Oct-2021
Location: 

Sydney, AU, 2000

Employment Type:  Permanent Full Time

This diverse and busy role is working for a leading Wealth Management company with a great culture and lots of future potential

 

  • Gain valuable industry experience with an ASX Top 200 company
  • Permanent full-time position
  • Be part of a team and culture that values people

 

IOOF is one of Australia's leading Wealth Management organisations, undertaking a rapid and exciting transformation. We are a strong and resilient business and despite the current climate, are investing in supporting our people to onboard and connect them remotely. It is in this context that we are looking for experienced Trustee Claims Assessor.

 

The Role

As a Trustee Claims Assessor, you will act as an advocate for our Super Fund members by independently reviewing information for the purposes of ascertaining whether members meet a condition of release to access super benefits as well as conducting relevant death benefit administration for our Superannuation Funds.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Validating sum insureds to ensure the correct sum has been admitted by the Insurer
  • Assessing for a condition of release under the ground of permanent incapacity, death and terminal illness
  • Proactively manage claims allocated to you and ensure a high level of communication and service has been provided to all parties involved in the claim
  • Reduction in claims lifecycle to provide an improved customer experience in line with Trustee Obligations
  • Ensure the right decisions are made and the correct outcomes are reached for our members and their families
  • Agree or challenge decision made by the Insurer to ensure that the correct outcome for our members and their families is made

 

To Be Successful in This Role You Will Possess:

  • Legal/ Banking/ Finance/ Business Tertiary education is desirable but not mandatory
  • Previous experience in understanding Trust Deeds and Policy documents is desirable
  • Strong communication skills including the ability to influence, negotiate and motivate
  • Proven track record in communication skills - written and verbal
  • The ability to build and maintain productive relationships and work effectively with others both inside and outside the business

 

Benefits

  • In return, we offer development opportunities at an ASX top 200 company
  • A professional, supportive, and friendly culture
  • A range of corporate and lifestyle benefits

 

The Business

IOOF is one of Australia’s largest financial services companies and we offer a full range of products and services, including financial advice, platform management and administration, investment management and trustee services. The IOOF group has been helping Australians secure their future since 1846. During that time, we have grown substantially to become a leading provider of quality financial services. We now manage and administer more than $200 billion of client monies and are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in the ASX top 200 (ASX:IFL).

 

To Apply

Please submit your resume with a covering letter by clicking on "Apply Now".

 

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment.

 

Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time.

 

IOOF is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications regardless of race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an adjustment during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request.

 

Given IOOF is currently undergoing an Organisational Design process, please be aware that it is anticipated that organisational change will occur.

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