MD Appraisal Reviewer
Mercury has been named one of ‘America’s Best Employers’ in 2017 by Forbes magazine. We have also been recognized seven times by Forbes as one of “America’s Most Trustworthy Companies.” At Mercury, people come first. We offer bonus potential, excellent benefits, matching 401(k), employee activities, and many more perks. Are you interested in working for a company that’s been recognized as one of ‘America’s Best Employers’? Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply!
* This is an office based position in our Clearwater, FL office.*
Under general supervision reviews and audits estimates from independent appraiser companies to ensure accuracy. Reviews requests from other insurers for reimbursement of monies paid out for collisions involving Company insureds. Evaluates and assesses vehicle damages.
Review, audit and approve estimates from independent appraisal companies for accuracy and industry accepted repair standards; Work with independent appraisal company if discrepancies found. Evaluate and assess damage through the submission of photos provided by vehicle owners and body shops; Create estimates based on assessment. Review of Subrogation packages (estimates, invoices, photos and salvage disposal) from claimant carriers for accuracy; Make updates if discrepancies found; Provide estimate based on packages; Identify information in connection with cost analysis for subrogated claims for cost savings opportunities. Evaluate and assess vehicle damages in person by travelling to assigned areas (ie. Catastrophe Duty)
High school diploma required 2 years undergraduate coursework or formal technical training preferred I-Car (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) and ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certifications a plus. 2-5 years minimum experience in automobile appraisal required or equivalent combination of education and/or experience