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## Description
Voted one of the World''s Leading Top 100 Companies by Forbes magazine
## Qualifications
Ideal qualifications:
High School Diploma/General Education Diploma (GED), plus three years experience writing estimates for an insurance carrier
OR, a four-year degree with a proven record for delivering outstanding customer service.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational and computer skills
Ability to be a self-starter and work independently
Previous experience using a computer estimating system such as ADP, CCC or Mitchell is a definite plus
ICAR platinum certification, ASE certification and/or an Adjuster's license are especially desirable
Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
Join our award-winning team!
Diversity, balance, innovation and providing an environment where employees can thrive. These are all core values at Allstate, and we have the awards to prove it:
_T_ _he World's Leading Top 100 Companies_ - _Forbes_ magazine
_Diversity Elite - America's Best 50 Companies for Minorities_ - _For__tune_ magazine
_100 Best Companies for Working Mothers_ - _Working Mother_ magazine
_Top 40 Best Companies for Hispanics to Work_ - _Hispanic Business_ magazine
_Top 10 Companies for African Americans to Work_ - DiversityInc
_Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT_ - _Computerworld_ magazine
_Top 100 Companies for Employee Training and Development_ - _Training_ magazine
Job: Inside Property
Job Type: Entry-Level
Primary Location: NC-Charlotte
Req ID: CHA00575
Company Description:
We're more than insurance agents and claims representatives. We're individuals with hopes, plans and passions. The biggest of which is helping people live smarter, safer lives. Doing so means continuing to re-imagine how we do what we do, the impact we can make on the world, ways we can each succeed in our own careers and actions we can take as a company that are good for all. To do that, we need all kinds of people - including lawyers, accountants, building engineers, project managers, marketing professionals, human resource specialists and so many more.

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