GEICO invites New Yorkers to 'adjust' their careers

NEW YORK, March 2, 2015 – GEICO is offering big career opportunities to candidates in The Big Apple. GEICO, which continues to hire new associates to keep up with growth, is looking to add to its team of auto damage adjusters both in entry-level and leadership roles in the metro New York City area.

GEICO offers specialized training to entry-level adjusters as well as leadership training for the  auto damage Management Development Program (MDP), one of GEICO's accelerated leadership programs for college graduates. Candidates looking for a fast-paced job that involves working independently as well as part of a team should apply immediately through the GEICO auto damage careers page.

Auto damage adjusters serve as the company's ambassadors of customer service. They must have a strong desire to help customers after an accident and excellent time management skills. Selected applicants will be contacted for on-site interviews at a future hiring event.

GEICO offers an extensive 12-week training program for auto damage adjusters, including four weeks at the GEICO Auto Damage School in McLean, Va. In addition, the company offers competitive starting salaries, a comprehensive benefits package, continuing education, and a friendly, supportive workplace. For more information and to watch the auto adjuster career video, go to GEICO's auto damage careers page.

GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company), the second-largest auto insurer in the U.S., was founded in 1936 and insures more than 27 million vehicles.

To make changes, report claims, print insurance cards and purchase additional products, policyholders can log into their car insurance policy, connect via GEICO Mobile, phone or by visiting a GEICO local agent.

Homeowners, renters, condo, flood, identity theft and life coverages are written through non-affiliated insurance companies and are secured through the GEICO Insurance Agency, Inc. Commercial auto and personal umbrella coverages are also available.

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