6 Week Paid internship - Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Student (Accident & Health)

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Administrative Services
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92393 Requisition #

The Role

At GB, one of our key responsibilities is to support individuals who have been injured, and assisting in their recovery, rehabilitation and returning to work opportunities. It requires care and compassion, and our Claims Officers are there every step of the way. They do this by supporting the individual’s recovery, liaising with employers and treating health practitioners, and positively influencing their recovery, rehabilitation.

In our Accident and Health team, our claims team works closely with our clients. This partnership helps employers reduce their insurance costs, and improve their business performance and safety record, whilst also supporting the return to work process.

Aside from the regular coaching and support from your manager and team, and ongoing interaction with the wider intern group. At the end of the six-week program, we hope you’ve gained valuable insight into the insurance industry and a possible career with GB.

What’s included?

  • Six-weeks paid work experience
  • Opportunity to apply your knowledge to challenging, meaningful work
  • Relevant training and an individualised development program where you will participate in activities such role shadowing, project work, and performing the specific duties of a Claims Officer
  • Regular coaching and support
  • A pathway to possible employment opportunities.

About you

Are you studying and/or qualified in Insurance, Allied Heath, Psychology, Law, Social Work, Community Services, Psychological Science, Health Science, Applied Social Science, or Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (or similar disciplines) then this may be what you are looking for. 

You don’t have to have insurance, claims or corporate work experience, but a passion for learning, dedication to service and a motivated disposition.

You must also have a passion for helping others, as this is part of our DNA at Gallagher Bassett. We’re here to support people through a difficult time, and empathy is important.

Another key component of our selection process is cultural fit. We have a strong culture here at GB, and we want to know that students entering our organisation will feel right at home. Whilst it’s difficult to understand a company’s culture until you join an organisation, we encourage you to read about our vision and company values on our website. We call it The Gallagher Way.

Other key criteria:

  1. You are a domestic student, with Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency.
  2. You are scheduled to complete your studies in 2022 or later.
  3. You are available to undertake your internship between the dates of 9/1/23-17/2/23

We are committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

 

About us

Gallagher Bassett is Australia’s largest Third-Party Administrator (TPA). Our focus is refreshingly simple: we manage insurance claims on behalf of insurers, brokers, government bodies and self-insured corporations. GB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gallagher, a global organisation employing over 33,000 employees.

Gallagher Bassett (GB) has six offices in Australia located in Northern Territory, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, employing over 1200 staff.

To apply

  1. Read the details of this job advert to understand the role and what we’re looking for in an intern.
  2. Prepare your resume. Include information about your current degree and area of study, your current year of study, and your current academic result (GPA). Also include a list of previous job experience (these do not need to be relevant to this position) and any other community activities you are involved in.
  3. Click Apply for Job.

To be considered for this opportunity you must have right to live and work in Australia when applying.

Gallagher Bassett is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Indigenous Australian applicants are encouraged to apply. As a member of the Diversity Council Australia, we recognise the importance of, and embrace diversity in the workplace. We will make reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified applicant with a disability, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of our business.

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