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Chief Operating Officer

Plainfield, IN, USA

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

Chief Operating Officer

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of a public adjusting firm. The COO will work with the leadership team to develop and implement strategies for growth and success, and will be responsible for managing a team of employees and ensuring that all tasks are completed efficiently and effectively.

The COO will be responsible for:

- Overseeing the daily operations of the firm, including managing a team of employees
- Developing and implementing strategies for growth and success
- Managing the budget and financial performance of the firm
- Ensuring that all tasks are completed efficiently and effectively
- Communicating with clients, insurance adjusters, and team members to ensure that all parties are informed and up-to-date on the status of each claim
- Building a positive team culture and promoting professional development
- Participating in industry events and conferences to promote the firm and establish connections

The COO should have a bachelor's degree in a related field, such as business, insurance, or finance, and at least 10 years of experience in a leadership role, preferably in the insurance or public adjusting industry. Strong leadership and management skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office and other computer programs are essential. Experience with budgeting and financial management is also required.

Requirements

  • Here is a list of requirements for a Chief Operating Officer working for a public adjusting firm:

    1. A bachelor's degree in a related field, such as business, insurance, or finance

    2. At least 10 years of experience in a leadership role, preferably in the insurance or public adjusting industry

    3. Strong leadership and management skills, including the ability to delegate tasks effectively and build a positive team culture

    4. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

    5. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other computer programs, including word processing, spreadsheet software, and email

    6. Experience with budgeting and financial management

    7. Strong problem-solving and analytical skills

    8. Ability to work independently and manage time effectively

    9. A clean background check and the ability to pass a drug test

    10. A valid driver's license and reliable transportation may be required, depending on the position.

About the Company

Hope Public Adjusters is a firm that values handwork, opportunity, people, and efficiency. We believe that hard work and dedication are essential for achieving success, and we encourage our team members to give their best effort on every job. We also believe in providing opportunities for personal and professional growth, and we support our team members in pursuing their goals. At Hope Public Adjusters, we value people above all else and strive to create a positive and supportive work environment where everyone is treated with respect and kindness. Finally, we believe in the importance of efficiency, and we work to streamline our processes and use our resources wisely in order to serve our clients effectively.Director of Claims

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