Adjuster 2 Auto (Regional)

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If you join our team, you’ll be working with over 2,000 colleagues to help us continue to grow, innovate and transform the industry. We’re a well-established insurance carrier that has a lot to offer its employees including some pretty great benefits, a flex spending account, pension plan scheduled days off, training, continuous professional development, career advancement opportunities and valuable work life balance (just to name a few).


We are looking to fill multiple, temporary Adjuster 2 Auto (Regional) position. This position can work out of any of these locations Prince Albert, North Battleford, Kindersley, Tisdale, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Weyburn, and Estevan. This role is also eligible for remote work with any candidates that are interested in that. You will collect, review, and analyze claims related information and interpret applicable acts, regulations and policy coverages in order to negotiate settlement of various types of claims in and outside of Canada.



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 successfully completed 6 CIP (Chartered Professional Insurance) courses. Alternative combinations of relevant education and experience may also be considered.


Because when you start here, you want to stay here.  We offer a wide range of benefits and invest in career development to meet the needs of our employees. We embrace diversity, recognizing and celebrating our differences and our similarities.  With careers as diverse as our employees, join our caring culture of employee empowerment within a great community of people. 

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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 our company, this job and what your future could look like at SGI CANADA by visiting

Submit your application online by 11:59 p.m. Saskatchewan time on: Friday, July 23, 2021