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Claims Analyst

Claims Analyst

Job ID:  1682
Department:  Tankers Support
Category:  Analysis

London, GB

Employment Type:  Permanent

Company Overview

Clarksons is the world’s leading provider of integrated shipping and offshore services, bringing our connections and experience to an international client base. Our intelligence adds value by enabling clients to make more efficient and informed decisions. Our global reach, local knowledge and expertise is what makes us unique.


To understand more about day-to-day life at Clarksons, and what you can expect from us as an employer, visit us at www.clarksons.com



Role Summary


We are looking for a Claims Analyst to work in the post-fixture team of our London Tanker Division.  The successful candidate will be required to be familiar with and manage demurrage and expense claims from a variety of owners within the tanker market.  Ideally, we are looking for someone with at least 2 years claims experience, who is keen to remain within the field of shipping claims  and further develop their skills and knowledge base.


What you will be doing


- Review demurrage / expense claims submitted by ship-owner  (essential to ensure  that correct supporting documentation has been presented)  prior to passing to Charterers.

- Be pro-active with close  ‘follow up’  to ensure earliest resolution and  settlement of claims.   

- Provide additional analysis for key customers.

- Whenever possible,  to  pre-empt possible areas of dispute /  offer advice and guidance  to assist  in the resolution of on-going disputes.


What we are looking for


Experience & Knowledge

- Knowledge of shipping practices with at least 2 years claims experience

- An understanding of laytime calculations and ability to produce these.

- Excellent attention to detail is essential.

- Fluent written and spoken English.

- A good telephone manner and strong communication skills.

- Reliable and willing to work out of office hours if required on occasion.

- Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel would be beneficial.