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Hot Jobs in Customer Claims and Software Development

July 2, 2013 02:45 AM

software developer jobs okc This week’s hot jobs are in Customer claims and software development in Oklahoma City. Apply now or share with your friends! Software Development Want to work in one of Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT? Apply for one of the open software development positions for your chance. American Fidelity is currently looking for a software developer, senior software developer and applications programmer. Candidates for these positions need a bachelor’s degree in computer science, MIS, mathematics, engineering, physics or other science area of study or commensurate work experience, strong communications and project management skills, software development experience and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Review the job descriptions for more information on the technical skills for each position. You can apply for all of the positions at once and be considered for the one that best matches your skill set. Customer Claims Analyst Customer claims analysts at American Fidelity play an integral role in Customer service by addressing disability and supplemental insurance inquiries and investigating claim-related issues. They evaluate and process insurance claims, coordinate with production adjusters to ensure claim accuracy and serve Customers. Candidates need one to two years of financial, medical or insurance claims processing experience, ability to work a flexible work schedule between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. and handle a fast-paced environment, analytical and communications skills and a dedication to Customer service. Technical skills needed include general PC/Windows-based software, calculator 10-key and CPT and ICD-9 coding familiarity. Job Openings and Hiring Process Check out American Fidelity’s other OKC job openings and field sales positions and learn about our hiring process. If you have questions about our openings, let us know in the comments!

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