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Insurance Account Handler (FT & PT Sales & Customer Service)

CKB Recruitment are delighted to be working with a well-respected insurance broking group, who now have some fantastic opportunities available on both a Full Time and Part Time basis, for people to join them in their Brentwood office, as Insurance Account Handlers, working on their fun and successful teams, in a call centre type environment.


As an Insurance Account Handler, you’ll be working on the front lines phone based sales and customer service teams. There are two teams, one specialises in Household, Holiday Home and Touring caravan type insurance covers, the other is a Motor team who deal with Private Car, Motorcycle and commercial Van insurance.


You will be responsible proactively maximise inbound sales, including cross-selling products to existing clients. Your work will involve dealing with a mixture of new business, mid-term adjustments and renewal reviews.


To be considered for this role, you will need experience in insurance within a broker or insurer in a call centre type environment. Above all you must have a sparkling telephone manner, being a people person with the ability to talk and build a rapport with you customers, to make sure your they enjoy the best service they can from you and the business.


This is a truly fabulous opportunity to kick start your career with a great employer who offer first rate training and personal development for all its staff!


Office hours are 9am-5:30pm Monday to Friday, and Saturdays 9am-12pm on a rota (1 in 4 during quiet periods) They will also consider those who wish to work part time, ideally 5 days a week, with hours such as 10/11am-3/4pm.


Full time salary on offer is £18,500-£21,000 dependant on experience.


If you wish to discuss these roles in more detail, please contact Kieran Boyle at CKB Recruitment - General Insurance & Financial Services Recruitment Specialists.


Location: Brentwood | Salary: £18500 - £21000 per year | Job Type: Permanent | Posted: 23/11/2017