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Year of growth sees Group create 130 new jobs

We’re recruiting a further 31 employees following a rapid period of growth. Since August 2014 our workforce has risen from 140 to 235 employees, and these new jobs will see us almost double our workforce in under 12 months.

The Group is looking to fill a variety of positions including apprenticeships, full-time customer service and software developer roles.

Claims Consortium Group CEO, Jeremy Hyams, says the sustainable growth is in line with the expectations of the company’s senior leadership team, which has experience in managing this type of expansion. He stated: “We are delighted to have achieved record turnover and profit since starting the business in 1996, which is in part due to our innovations in IT.

“Our new software platform called Synergy™ is revolutionising the way insurance claims are handled, and we’ve won several major contracts this year with our new technology solutions at their heart.”

The Group’s Director of People and Culture, Debbie Mawer, believes the strength of local candidates will continue to influence the company’s success. She said: “The insurance industry is becoming increasingly competitive and fast-moving.

“It is the calibre of our employees and their commitment to delivering first-class customer service that is putting our business at the forefront of changes in the insurance sector. We have expanded our top level management team from three to five directors, and have a wealth of experience throughout all levels of the business to ensure new staff benefit from a complete understanding of our industry.”

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