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Claims Assistant (NE)

Catholic Mutual Group Omaha, NE Salary, Varies

Catholic Mutual Group (CMG) was established in 1889 and is recognized as the leading provider of property, liability and employee benefit coverage and related services for the Catholic Church in the United States and Canada.


We have an opportunity available for a Claims Assistant. This individual will process Property and Casualty claims information received from clients, claimants and the Service Offices, type status and closing letters, reinsurance forms and written assignments, and post claim payments within detailed accounts utilizing the claims system.


This person would also effectively contribute to the overall smooth operation of the department by following procedures and guidelines and working effectively with other departments. Requirements of this position include a high school diploma and a minimum of two years’ experience in a clerical position.


Benefits include a competitive salary, paid holidays and generous vacation and sick accruals, a 403(b) plan with company match, paid life and AD&D insurance at five times the annual salary, long-term disability leave, paid job-related continuing education, and an excellent medical/vision/dental group insurance plan. Catholic Mutual Group offers a relaxed business casual dress code, a 36-hour work week with Friday afternoons off, flexible scheduling available after 90 days, and free onsite parking.


Catholic Mutual Group is an equal opportunity employer.



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Date Posted February 12, 2024
Date Closes March 13, 2024
Located In Omaha, NE
Job Type Full-time Employee
Compensation Salary, Varies
Shift Custom
SOC Category 43-9041.01 Insurance Claims Clerks
Zipcode 68154

This job requires the following skills

  • Written English
  • Microsoft - Word
  • Computer Usage
  • Excellent Communication

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