Part Time Hours / Full time Pay - Property Inspectors Needed
Metro Public Adjustment NJ I Greenville, SC
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Property Inspectors Needed FT/PT 25 Year Old Company
Bring your life/work experience to a new level of success!
During the pandemic we will be doing overview / interviews on Zoom meetings
Benefit from our 25 years of experience in business:
- We will train the right people
- Part time $40,000 or full time $95,000 +
- Looking to fill Management position that are available
We are seeking motivated, self-starters in your area, who want to succeed. No experience necessary as the company provides in house training
Minimal travel required, select the area where you want to work
- Be dependable.
- Be trainable.
- Work independently, unsupervised.
- Have a positive attitude.
- Have a desire to constantly improve, personally and professionally. The opportunity is easy, enjoyable, and pays very well.
- Have FUN at work!
Duties and Responsibilities
You will not climb on roofs or crawl under buildings. You simply conduct a walk-through inspection of the property. You will take some pictures of the damage and fill out about 5 minutes worth of paper work.
Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, Ohio, Colorado, Virginia, Massachusetts, Maine, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Wisconsin.
Look Forward to Meeting You on Zoom Overview & Interview!
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Metro Public Adjustment NJ IWhy Work Here?
Metro's business model is a WIN-WIN-WIN. Metro wins only if the client wins. You win when you work for Metro.
Metro Public Adjustment, Inc. ®, with their Corporate Headquarters in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, takes the anxiety out of settling a property owner's insurance claim. Serving as a negotiator between the property owner and the insurance company, Metro can make the difference between the minimum amount that the insurance company offers and the maximum amount that the property owner is entitled to.