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Job Description for Warranty Manager Document, validate, and resolve warrant claims, and communicate with customers. Create reports on customer interactions, warranty claims, and related statistics. Analyze root causes of warranty claims and identify methods to reduce claims.
How much does a Warranty Manager make in the United States? The average Warranty Manager salary in the United States is $75,793 as of February 26, 2020, but the range typically falls between $64,848 and $92,485.
Primary Responsibilities A warranty administrator reviews claims for parts and equipment and determines which ones are covered by warranties. They then enter the items into computers, submit the requests for fulfillment and maintain databases of all customers and the warranty parts needed.
A warranty coordinator processes warranty claims and assists customers through the entire claims process. Your responsibilities include collecting data from technicians, communicating with the customer, processing warranty claims, tracking parts, and assessing warranty coverage limits.
A warranty administrator reviews claims for parts and equipment and determines which ones are covered by warranties. They then enter the items into computers, submit the requests for fulfillment and maintain databases of all customers and the warranty parts needed.
A warranty specialist is a particular type of clerical officer who is specially trained to administer all aspects of the warranty policy of an organisation. Warranty specialists are professionals that can be found in almost any service industry but predominantly within the motoring sector.
This one-year correction period has become known in the construction industry as a one-year warranty. Both owners and contractors point to this provision as a contractual limit on the contractor's obligation to correct defective work discovered more than one year after completion of the construction.
Warranties are traditionally enforceable for twelve years following practical completion of the works. There is a good practical reason for this. Industry experience indicates that most defects will be revealed during the first two years, with the remainder emerging during the next eight years[5].
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