Intermediate Bodily Injury Adjuster

Do you go above and beyond to help your customers navigate the complexities of insurance and the claims process?  Are you able to ask the right questions to the right people to secure the right information to analyze and assess liability? Ready to take the next step in your career path within a welcoming environment that can offer opportunities to grow and develop?

If you are interested in furthering your career in the insurance industry, we’d like you to join our customer-focused SGI CANADA team to work as a permanent, full-time Intermediate Bodily Injury Adjuster at our Alberta Regional Claims Centre in Edmonton. This opportunity will build on your adjusting experience, as you will be responsible for investigating and evaluating BI claims.  You will have the opportunity to negotiate and settle moderately complex claims files from start to finish, focused on ensuring claims are investigated and settled with a caring and consistent approach for all of our customers. 


Candidates must bring the education and experience to succeed in this unique opportunity — after all, we’re counting on you.  We are looking for candidates who have completed 3 or more CIP courses. Candidates should have at least 3 years’ experience in adjudicating claims. Alternative combinations of relevant education and experience may also be considered.

Why SGI CANADA Alberta?

Because when you start here, you want to stay here.  The Alberta division is rapidly growing, but we maintain a size that can offer a “family” atmosphere for our employees and opportunities to grow and advance.  With careers as diverse as our employees, join our caring culture of employee empowerment within a great community of people. 

Ready to Apply?

If this is the career opportunity you’ve been waiting for, tell us why you’re the right fit for this role.   Learn more about the job and what your future could look like at SGI CANADA by visiting

Submit your application online at to job #11135 by 11:59 p.m. on: Monday, October 7, 2019.