Insurance Advisor, Personal Lines Csr (alberta Or Ontario Remote), Calgary

Published 2022-05-22
Expires 2022-06-22
ID #1008536004
Insurance Advisor, Personal Lines Csr (alberta Or Ontario Remote), Calgary
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published May 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Insurance advisor, personal lines csr (alberta or ontario remote)

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What we offer:

Competitive base salary
Comprehensive medical and dental benefits
Diverse mix of staff and demonstrated work/life balance
Career growth opportunities and continuing education programs

The opportunity:
The Insurance Advisor (Personal Lines CSR) will bring together strong technical skills and insurance knowledge to support the team and our clients in assessing and fulfilling their insurance needs. You are essential in helping achieve the goals of the company and partner organizations. You demonstrate confidence in problem solving and underwriting while continuously expanding your insurance knowledge. You are proactive in taking on more responsibilities while developing your skills to work independently.

In this role you will: 

Communicate with prospects and clients via email and phone to determine the best coverage and provide excellent customer service
Build and maintain strong client relationships
Develop new business opportunities by binding new policies, securing expiry dates and cross and up selling personal insurance products
Support clients in the claims process
Manage and review policy renewals in a timely basis in order to maintain high levels of client retention
Employ expertise in the use of software and applications to issue and renew policies
Collaborate with co-workers and managers to develop positive and effective office procedures
Work in a steady-paced, growing environment 

Here’s what you bring:

Alberta Level 1 General Insurance License OR RIBO License
Minimum 1 year insurance broker experience
Grade 12, plus one year of formal education preferred
Strong knowledge of personal lines insurance products and coverages
Committed to professional development, ideally working towards CAIB or CIP designation

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    Westland Insurance
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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