The CCS Companies

  • Arbitration Representative

    Job Locations US-NH-Portsmouth
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  • Overview

    For nearly 50 years, The CCS Companies has provided service excellence to a national client base in a number of outsourcing capacities. If you like a fast-paced, challenging work environment that offers the potential for financial reward and professional growth - The CCS Companies is the organization for you!


    PLEASE NOTE: We are looking for experienced candidates who possess a background in the insurance field (preferably subrogation). Legal experience is a plus. Strong business writing skills are required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to write a detailed, accurate contention during the interview.


    • Successfully reviewing, preparing, and working subrogation files
    • Professional contention writing to support incident
    • Compiling evidence and utilizing state laws/statues for filing arbitration
    • File Arbitration within the appropriate time frame
    • Handle incoming and outgoing calls with insurance companies, Arbitration Forum, and client contacts
    • Monitor Arbitration Forums hearing and decision notices for accuracy
    • Assist department as necessary
    • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.


    • Experienced, professional and creative writing skills required.
    • Must demonstrate the ability to write a professional contention during interview.
    • Strong writing skills required
    • Auto insurance background preferred
    • Attention to detail, strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and multi-task
    • PC skills required
    • Typing skills of at least 35 WPM required.
    • Basic math skills
    • Dependability
    • High school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferred
    • Strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work independently
    • Team Player


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