About the Role
Commercial Insurance Executive - Swansea - Salary £35k - £40k - Negotiable Salary + Bonus + Benefits
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
My client is actively looking for a Commercial Insurance Executive to join their team in London.
On a day to day basis you’ll be:
Proactively developing a pipeline of prospects to obtain new business.
Advising clients on renewals, managing relationships with key stakeholders and delivering outstanding service to them.
Working with clients to expand and develop their coverage to ensure they have the right cover.
Liaising with the broking and support team to ensure all documentation is accurate.
Actively negotiating with Underwriters as required to secure the best terms.
Working in a compliant and timely manner on all cases.
Ensuring Retention levels and income targets are achieved.
Working with the management team to achieve business objectives and support with the development of colleagues
What’s on offer:
A negotiable basic salary + bonus and all the normal benefits (Pension, Death in Service etc.)
The opportunity to work within a rapidly growing specialist business that wants to maintain the nature of being specialist.
We’ll also fully support your professional development (including funded qualifications)
You’ll have a solid grounding within Commercial Insurance and are comfortable in dealing with business from £200 to £50,000 across the commercial sphere
Exposure to Professions Risks would be beneficial
A track record of consistently achieving growth/retention targets
A well-developed skill set that includes strong communication, negotiation, time management and IT skills coupled with the ability to prioritise tasks
A full driving licence required.
£35,000.00-£40,000.00 per year
Monday to Friday
Supplemental pay types:
Educational Background: A high school diploma or equivalent is typically required for entry-level positions in the insurance industry. Some roles may require a relevant degree, such as in insurance, business, finance, or a related field. Additional certifications or professional qualifications may also be advantageous.
Insurance Knowledge: Familiarity with personal lines insurance products and services is essential. Candidates should have a basic understanding of different types of insurance policies, coverage options, and industry practices.
Customer Service Skills: Personal lines insurance roles involve dealing with customers on a regular basis. Excellent customer service skills are crucial for effectively assisting clients, addressing their needs, and resolving inquiries or issues.