Then, the candidate has an outline of their full work experience (employment history) in sequential order with employment dates on file.
Next is the Educational background, listed in descending order (most recent first). It then moves onto the Professional Background, highlighting skills separated into professional & personal skills.
And lastly, Certifications/Licenses that the candidate it involved with. Then a final part displays any other additional information that the candidate want it to be listed.
Resume Example for Insurance Assistant
Insurance Assistant – Liberty Mutual Insurance
To use strong leadership skills and excellent customer service in providing a great work environment, while simultaneously maintaining company success and the well-being of the customer as my number one focus. In my search for a career, I am seeking a position that is not only challenging and rewarding, but also one where there is room to grow personally and professionally.
September 2011 to Present
In my current duties with the Salvage team I verify Total Loss paperwork is issued and accurate, monitor the retrieval of pertinent forms and information necessary for the salvage yards to process titles, and see to it that the salvage recovery payments are received and applied, or that the deficit owed to the salvage yard is paid promptly and accurately. In my previous role on the Financial team I handled the printing and distribution of locally printed checks for the Irving, TX office, logged returned and undeliverable loss and expense checks (either re-mailing them to corrected addresses, or re-applying the funds to the claim and destroying them), processing financial tasks such as payment transfers and status requests, and monitoring the Shop Status inbox for TLC and GRN body shops to advise on payments issued, supplements received, and liability decisions. Additionally, I acted as a back-up in resolving V3 checks that become paid without issuance, and completing Stop-Pays on checks (both manual, and system printed). I have cross-trained as a Coverage Clerk, and have assisted in that department when the work volume is heavy, or additional staff is needed.
Customer Claims Representative
July 2008 to March 2011
In this position I took first notice of loss from policy-holders and claimants, created Auto claims in Claims Workbench, and monitored the claim until completion of repairs. Additionally I investigated liability in accidents, and negotiated comparative negligence with claimants. It was my duty to create and payments based on original and supplemental estimates.
January 2008 to July 2008
As an Insurance Assistant I answered calls from insured parties, claimants, and providers, answered the questions I could, and directed said calls to the assigned adjusters. I printed and mailed local checks, handled spreadsheets for Accounting and Special Investigations, and printed and mailed SR-21 paperwork for claims representatives. I also handled shipping of packages for Total Loss as well as shipping document boxes for the Salvage Department.
September 2006 to December 2007
My duties in this position were to oversee the parking of guests’ cars, as well as providing any services necessary to make their stay as enjoyable as possible. I supervised between five and twenty-five valets on any given night, handled the register till, and the day-to-day auditing of money and short-term tickets.
March 2006 to September 2006
As a server I greeted guests, took orders, and ran trays of food. I was the training server, and dealt with all new-hires. I also tended bar on occasion, helped with cleaning, and, to some extent, food preparation.
March 2003 to October 2005
floor officer prior
April 2004 to October 2004
to that. I handled the book-in of inmates, as well as acting as Medical Officer and Disciplinary Officer. It was my duty to oversee day-to-day duties, as well as weekly events such as commissary distribution and visitation. Additionally, I was responsible for checking inmates’ paperwork prior to release and completing the book-out process.
Guest Service Agent
October 2002 to April 2004
At Hasting’s I rang up guests’ purchases in the time allotted by company, helped guests’ find the merchandise they desired, and suggested things they may not have heard about. I briefly worked in the music department where I handled disbursement of shipments and alphabetized music racks, as well as providing the same services noted above. It was my responsibility to handle the register till nightly.
April 2001 to September 2002
In my time with Pizza Hut I delivered pizzas around the Northwest quadrant of Lubbock in a timely fashion, and was responsible for the bank I carried with me. I answered phones, washed dishes, and helped with pizza preparation.
N/A in Geoscience/English
September 1998 to May 2001
September 1994 to May 1998
I have a strong foundation in Leadership and Management, as well as an acute ability to learn. Working in a variety of fields and positions has left me open-minded about the correct way to do things, and what is the best tact to take, and when. I have worked with the public most of my life, and have very strong and empathetic customer service skills. I am unafraid to ask questions and will do whatever is necessary to complete whatever objective I may be given in a professional and expedient manner. I take great pride in showing initiative, finding what needs to be done, and completing it. I served as a Change Champion for the entire Irving Personal Market Claims office during the pilot program in 2013, and again as a Support Change Champion in that program’s pilot in 2015. I have been active with Continuous Improvement, most recently facilitating a change in the layout of the Peer 2 Peer Tool which allowed for items not related to phone calls being accurately addressed. I have received numerous peer recognitions from employees both in and out of Support, and act as a liaison between Support and Personal Market Claims for issues inside and outside of my day-to-day duties. I am very serious about maintaining a constant and contagious positive attitude, and seeking to spark discussion on topics in huddles and meetings so as to maintain a high level of team engagement. Most recently I was one of three front-line Salvage employees chosen to attend a Value Stream Mapping event where we worked alongside supervisors, CI Coaches, CTMs and Unit Managers in learning how Value Stream Mapping can be used to identify waste in our everyday processes. In addition, I have held integral roles in several special projects for the company, including an audit of all Virginia Uninsured Motorists claims for a three year span, and a “Test and Learn” of Salvage standard work in the CVO work system.