Quality Checker - Weekends
Do you have PPI Quality Checking experience in your most recent role?
Are you looking for weekend shift work in Glasgow?
Would you like to earn £246.00 per shift?
Work you like to work on a 'big 4' run project, ensuring correct outcomes are reached for banking customers?
BrightPool are currently recruiting for PPI Quality Checker roles, intakes to start ASAP.
Thurs 6pm - 6am, Sat and Sun 7am - 7pm at a rate of £246 per shift.
(The first week will be on Dayshift training Mon - Fri at a rate of £147 per shift)
Please note this contract is Inside IR35.
Skills & experience required
- PPI Quality Checking/ QC experience
- Redress and investigation experience considered
- Assessment of the quality of the work undertaken by PPI Case Handler
- Reviewing decisions undertaken by PPI Case Handlers to ensure fair outcomes have been achieved for customers
- Coaching and supporting PPI case handlers to achieve quality standards required
- Quality checking files to ensure compliance standards are met within a target driven environment.
- Acting as reference point for questions or issues arising from case handlers
- Identifying bottlenecks and providing support to individuals to achieve targets
- Recording information on cases quality assured as required
- Contribution to and the production of appropriate management information and reporting
- Identifying trends from management information and implementation of solutions to maintain quality standards
- Reporting issues to a Team Leader or similar
You will have a clear credit and criminal background file to be considered and be able to prove activity it cover the last 5 years including any gaps in employment.
|Remuneration:||£246 per shift|
|Sector:||Financial Services & Professional Services - Retail Banking|
|Date Added:||06 Feb 2020|
|Closing Date:||05 Mar 2020|
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