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Marketing Executive

Region : Kwa-Zulu Natal
Company : Scottfin Insurance Brokers
Contact : Marlize Shelton
Contact email: [email protected]
Contact no: 039 978 2220
Closing date: 23 Sep 2020
Job Specifications:

The candidate should be of strong personality and passion for client services, excel and attention to detail and aim to exceed expectations. We are looking for team players who can operate well under pressure and embrace treating customers fairly principles.

•Meet targets, ensure retention of exciting clients and sourcing of new business
•Responsible for commercial, personal lines and agricultural client base ( exciting and new)
•Manage portfolio profitability, marketing and reporting
•Adhering to best operating practices
•Negotiate and liaise with business partners and key stakeholders on various levels
•Client service: have a proactive approach and successful handling and resolving of queries or complaints
•Have good business etiquette when interacting with clients

Requirements:

•Valid Driver’s Licence
•Matric Certificate,
•NQF level 4 in Short -Term Insurance
•FAIS complaints(Fit and Proper)
•Relevant RE Exam certificate
•Representative on a Short Term Insurance FSP’s Rep Register(within last 6 months for sub categories 1.2 Short-Term Insurance)
•Personal Lines and 1.6 Short Term Insurance
•Commercial lies
•Completed the supervision period
•Not have been debarred and have minimum 2 years short -term commercial insurance experience
•Proven Track Record

Quick Polls

QUESTION

The intention with lockdown was to delay or flatten the Covid-19 infection curve and give both the private and public healthcare sectors time to prepare for the inevitable onslaught. Did the strategy work?

ANSWER

No, the true numbers are not reflected. Almost a quarter of South Africans may already have been infected with Covid-19
It’s too soon to tell. We will likely get a second wave with stringent lockdown regulations in place again
Yes, South Africa bought enough time to make a significant difference. We saved lives and have passed our peak. The worst is over
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