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Data entry clerk, Group Health & Dental Claims

  • Employer: iA Financial Group
  • City: Montréal
  • Job category: Health and Medical, Internships and Student Employment
  • Job ID: J0918-0553
  • Job type: Student

Company Overview

iA Financial Group is the fourth largest life and health insurance company in Canada and offers a wide range of products for all stages of life and to meet the needs of clients across its vast sales network. Founded in 1892, iA Financial Group’s stability and solidity make it an employer of choice that invests in its employees and their development over the long term.

With operations across Canada and in the United States, iA Financial Group and its over 5,000 employees work hard every day to offer the best service to over four million clients.

Description

Reporting to the Manager, Group Health and Dental Claims and located in Downtown Toronto, the clerk major responsibility is to register claims on system for verification of eligibility.

This is a part time position and the number of hours will be based on the business needs and the availability of the clerk. In general, there is a significant demand from October to April and during that period; the clerk must be available to work days, evenings or during the weekend. The rest of the year the need is less and the clerk could not work or work very few hours.

This position is a good opportunity for a student or any other person who is looking for additional income and a flexible schedule.

Qualifications

• Availability from October to April from 15 to 30 hours per week
• Strong data entry skills in term of volume and quality
• Attention to detail
• Excellent organizational skills
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

Working at iA Financial Group

We consider our employees to be our most important investment and we have a lot to offer them. Find out more about iA.

iA Financial Group is committed to having an equal access employment program and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and disabled persons. Any use of the masculine form is to simplify the text and includes the feminine form.