Ameris Bancorp Chicago , IL 60602
Position will be responsible for developing new business opportunities through industry relationships, online searches, physical customer visits, attending insurance industry functions and referrals. Sales executive will also be responsible for managing existing relationships, with the specific goal of solidifying and growing profitable relationships.
Essential Functions, Duties, and Responsibilities
Cold calling, identifying prospects, closing sales, on boarding and training new customers.
Building relationships with prospective agency/brokerages located in the assigned territory.
Increase unit count, premium and interest margin by protecting existing relationships and consistently adding new agents.
Conducting a needs-analysis for customers and prospects and present the P1 premium finance package and online training of the Quoting System and Account Info System to qualified targets.
Must be a self-starter, with empathy, persuasiveness, and self-assertion. Strong communication and presentation skills are essential, with the ability to relate, build relationships and earn trust across a wide variety of personality types.
Foster good working relationships with P1 operations, credit teams, and Account Managers.
Needs to be proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Previous sales experience in outside sales, with insurance agency/broker or wholesaler would be a plus.
Required travel up to 75%
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Attributes
2 3 years of outside sales experience in the financial services/ insurance related field or marketing experience within an insurance environment is a plus.
Strong communication skills
Strong computer skills, including Excel, Word & PowerPoint
Excellent organization skills
Industry and Work Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Finance preferred
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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