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Are you looking for a new job in loss adjusting or claims handling?
See the CILA Job Board for details of positions that are available today. Good luck in your job search and remember to update your CILA record with any new employer details.
Are you an employer looking to recruit a loss adjuster or claims professional?
You can reach CILA members by placing an advert on the CILA Job Board. We offer competitive rates for the placement of adverts and will assist you in getting your available position advertised as soon as possible.
Please contact: Claire Luckhurst
Tel: 0203 861 5723
Loss Adjuster role in Guernsey or Jersey
Title: Senior Loss Adjuster
Excellent opportunity has arisen for an ACILA qualified (or working towards) to work and relocate to the Channel Islands.
Guernsey or Jersey (ICCI)
Excellent opportunity has arisen for an ACILA qualified (or working towards) to work and relocate to the Channel Islands. Working from a base in either Guernsey or Jersey you will be expected to handle a portfolio of commercial, domestic and HNW losses within ICCI. The commercial portfolio of work will cover SME, property owners and the Government buildings such as schools, police stations etc. Losses could be any limit, but in most cases up to £1m in value and possibly beyond on occasions. On average you are likely to carry out 3 to 4 losses per week throughout the CI. You will work within a small team and report directly to the Managing Director of ICCI.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their wealth of experience within loss adjusting and be ACILA/FCILA qualified (or working towards). Candidates should be willing to relocate to the Channel Islands where the appropriate permits will be obtained by ICCI.
Michelle Steele, HR & PR Executive, email@example.com
Commercial/Major Loss Adjusters: Join Us in Australia!
Ready to elevate your career in Australia?
If you’re an Experienced Commercial or Major Loss Adjuster, we have an exciting opportunity for you!
With competitive compensation, ongoing professional development, and relocation assistance, this is your chance to thrive in a booming insurance industry.
Don’t miss out on this life-changing opportunity.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation, and let’s begin your success story down under!
The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters
Ways to take part
CILA members are encouraged to take part in all of the Institute’s activities. For some there is a burning desire to give back more to their community. These are our much beloved CILA volunteers.
Volunteers help create content for the CILA conference, webinars, articles, library etc. Members can choose to assign themselves to a Special Interest Group and create content that way or they can choose to volunteer in specific areas of the Institutes governance or operations. Opportunities include:
- CILA Special Interest Group Volunteer – volunteers meet bi-monthly to discuss industry updates, create content in the form of webinars, podcasts, articles, events and technical papers.
- CILA Committee Member – volunteers who hold roles within committees focused on maintaining the standards of the Standards and functionality of areas of CILA business; including Examinations Committee, Anti-Fraud Committee, Future Focus (under 35s), Finance Committee, Diversity and Inclusion, Women in CILA & the Professional Conduct Committee.
- CILA Examiners – volunteers who mark and adjudicate our examinations taken by other members. These volunteers are trained in examining our papers and feed back any challenges or issues that may occur in the process.
- CILA Ambassador – volunteers who are based outside of the UK who act as the CILA Representative and local connection. These volunteers help CILA keep a presence in the world, assisting with visits and events for the membership in their region.
- CILA Mentors – members who would prefer to have a more flexible commitment are encouraged to sign up for the CILA mentor programme. Mentoring is a one-to-one relationship, usually over a set period of time, in which an established professional (mentor) provides consistent support, guidance and practical help for a less experienced person (mentee). It is a voluntary relationship, which the mentee or mentor can end at any time.
- CILA Voices – volunteers can help promote the Loss Adjusting profession by promoting the qualifications and career in schools, colleges and career fairs. CILA can offer advice and where possible materials.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for any of the above opportunities please contact email@example.com with a 200-300 cover letter explaining which opportunity you would like and why you are suited to it. We will then try to find the best fit for you within CILA.
The CILA does not currently have any positions open within the secretariat.