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About the Role
We’re disrupting the transportation space and growing rapidly in both the U.S. and internationally. This is an excellent opportunity a for driven process improvement professional to gain valuable non-traditional insurance experience while working in one of Uber’s most critical and fastest growing divisions. The Process Specialist will be based out of Uber’s HQ in San Francisco, reporting to the Global Process Manager, which works to support the greater Global Insurance Claims team by managing processes and ensuring consistency and efficiency across the globe. T If you’re looking to be at the cutting edge of insurance claims innovation and are looking for a rewarding set of challenges - read on and get in touch!
What You’ll Do
With limited direction, analyzes, and measures the effectiveness of existing business processes and develops sustainable, repeatable and quantifiable business process improvements. This includes building and maintaining process maps and documents.
Demonstrates strong technical knowledge of FNOL/submission workflows for all Uber products/driver flow in US/CAN
Uses Six Sigma principles, tools, methods, and techniques, in direct support of achieving business goals, improving performance, and increasing efficiency and productivity via process standardization.
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