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Personal Risk Advisor, Pretoria

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Company : Iemas Insurance Brokers (Pty) Ltd
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Closing date: 31 Mar 2021
Job Specifications:

Closing date: 31 March 2021

We are looking for vibrant, well-spoken and target driven individuals who are passionate about delivering superior customer service, to sell Short term Insurance products to existing and potential members. 

Job Outputs:
• Timeous follow up on leads
• Delivering quotes and sales via an outbound process
• Quote existing and new members
• Convert quotations to sales, in line with the minimum monthly targets
• Contact potential members and underwrite policies

Requirements:

Qualifications:
• Grade 12 certificate
• RE 5 certificate
• FAIS credits on NQF level 4, as legislatively required

Experience:
• Minimum 1 year outbound Telesales experience
• Minimum 6 months’ Short-term insurance experience

Knowledge and Skills:

• Attention to detail
• Self-motivated
• Quality orientated
• Target driven
• Enthusiastic and passionate
• Adaptable
• Integrity
• Time management
• Ability to work under pressure
• Interpersonal and communication skills
• Selling and negotiation skills
• Customer service oriented

To apply please go to:

https://iemasinsurancebrokers.simplify.hr/vacancy/h8ttbp

 

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