Senior Vice President, Habitation Risk Solutions

Hub International   •  

Santa Barbara, CA

Industry: Business Services

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11 - 15 years

Posted 377 days ago

Senior Vice President, Habitation Risk Solutions of California in Santa Barbara, California

WHO WE ARE:

HUB International was born in 1998 with the merger of 11 privately held insurance brokerages. That number has grown to a network of more than 400 integrated brokerages across North America - all carrying the HUB banner.

Today, HUB is one of the largest insurance brokers in the world, and represents a broad, deep, one-of-a-kind aggregation of insurance entrepreneurs.

POSITION SUMMARY:

  • Sources new business leads via networking, sales campaigns, cold calling, etc.

  • Develops relationships with prospective clients

  • Consults and advises clients regarding insurance needs, asset protection, and other related benefits needs.

FACTORS FOR SUCCESS:

  • 10+ years of related insurance brokerage or related sales experience within the commercial lines space

  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills with the ability to effectively interact with all levels of the organization

  • Ability to efficiently manage multiple tasks simultaneously within a fast-paced environment

  • Department of Insurance license required

  • Valid CA drivers license and proof of insurance required

  • Position requires approximately 50% travel

Join the HUB International team and watch your career grow! We offer competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package including:

• Medical/dental coverage

• Retirement Plan with 50% company match (first 6% of contribution)

• Vacation/holiday pay

• Medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts

• And much more!

HUB International is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer

Location: United States, California, Santa Barbara
Required Education: Bachelor's degree (4-year degree)
Required Experience: 10-15 years
Required Travel: Up to 50%
Date published: 31-Jul-2017
Department: Sales
Ref#: P1296_20170731