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Insurance Brokerage New Business Marketer

Company Name:
Gorman Personnel Consultants, Inc.
Insurance Brokerage New Business Marketer - Hempstead - $45,000-55,000
You must have insurance agency or brokerage experience to be considered for any of the positions

Insurance Brokerage New Business & Renewal Marketer - HempsteadNY
Our client a mid sized broker that had an excellent reputation for integrity and professionalism is seeking a detailed oriented, internet savvy marketer to place new business and difficult renewals of smaller tri-state business (10,000 to $200,000 pv). Duties
Enter applications into Applied Tam management system.
Negotiates for best rates with carriers on behalf of our clients.
Determines BOP account and other small accounts rating and implementation.
Prepares all necessary paperwork including but not limited to applications, ID cards, certificates, etc.
Analyzes loss data
Scrutinizes quotes from carriers to make sure that the quotes reflect the requests made on the applications.
Prepares location spreadsheets
Assists in executing marketing strategies and objectives.
Creates written proposals and presentations, including online and video.
Maintains marketing database including brochures, and customer/prospect files.
Produces regularly scheduled reports from marketing database.
Requirements
At least 2 years of placing experience
Good understanding of the market. Place
The ability to determine market compatibility and pricing
Ability to prepare winning proposals and applications
Some experience placing BOPs and commercial policies under $200,000 premium
Growth potential
Working knowledge of internet rating/quoting, word, Excel and Industry software
knowledge of Applied Tam is helpful but not necessary

To Reach Fred Gorman day or evening call 1-800-833-2250 or Emailing to Fred @ Gormanpersonnel.com
To Reach Terry Sanders day or evening call 1-516-496-4573 or Emailing to arielpc @ optonline.net

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