Commercial Account Manager, Toronto, Kase Insurance Inc.

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1066456164
Commercial Account Manager, Toronto, Kase Insurance Inc.
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Commercial account manager

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About Us

As a boutique Commercial Insurance Brokerage, KASE Insurance is redefining the way businesses buy insurance services through leading products and service innovation. Thanks to the implementation of latest insurance tech and strong partnerships with top Canadian and International insurance carriers, we are proud to be the #1 Brokerage in Canada as selected by Insurance Business Canada Magazine for 2021.

At KASE Insurance, we challenge the status quo. We are dedicated to changing the insurance landscape and are looking for bold, uncompromising trailblazers to join our team. In the process, we can turn the insurance industry on its head, and help you unleash your true potential.

What We Offer You

The advantages of working at KASE extend far beyond working with dedicated, like-minded professionals who strive to learn from one another.

An unrivalled Corporate Culture, where diversity is valued and friendly competition is encouraged
A company dedicated to Corporate Social Responsibility
A competitive Employee Health & Dental Benefits program including Long Term Disability
Flexible Working Hours & Ability to Work from Home
Flexible Vacation Policy
Career Mentoring Programs led by our Managing Partners
Access to ongoing Training & Development by Insurance Leaders
RIBO, CAIB and other designation education reimbursement
Quarterly Team Outings
Competitive Salaries

What You Bring

KASE is looking for a Commercial Account Manager/Client Success Manager who has a positive attitude, strong work ethic, supreme customer service skills and an eye for detail. This role works alongside the Account Executive and Account Management Team.

Our Ideal Candidate

Enliven our core values; Drive, Authenticity, Integrity, Innovation and Fearlessness
Excellent written and verbal communication
An eye for detail
Organized, multi-tasker, and self-motivated
Highly empathetic, positive and competitive
A passion for learning and improving
Professional, friendly and respectful in all interactions with clients and colleagues
Natural problem solver that identifies solutions and is adaptable to change
Ability to think quick and learn fast and sound decision maker
Post Secondary diploma is an asset
RIBO license in good standing
CAIB of CIP Designation or demonstrated progress towards attaining certification
Minimum of 2-3 years of Insurance experience, specifically Commercial Insurance products
Above average Microsoft Office skills and working knowledge of BMS systems such as EPIC

Job Summary

Manage the complete customer service experience for clients in the assigned book of business including handling general enquiries, managing policy changes, reviewing policy documents, reporting and following up on claims etc.
Market renewals with select underwriters utilizing standard submission forms and crating specialized submissions.
Oversee the preparation of insurance summaries, premium comparisons and other supporting documentation for clients and producers.
Ensure that all policy documentation is managed and communicated in a timely manner to clients.
Assist with the collection of outstanding Accounts Receivable.
Thoroughly document all client and underwriter communications in the Broker Management System (BMS).
Upgrade all the processes and procedures to help us adapt to the growth that our brokerage is experiencing.
Represent KASE Insurance at industry events, build relationships with the insurance carriers.
Monitor and meet all RIBO Continuing Education Requirements
Other duties as assigned

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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