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Private Client – Sales Advisor

Posted By: dwarner

Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2016

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Expat Insurance provides professional insurance protection advice on a complete portfolio of products to the expatriate community in Singapore and across Asia. Outgoing, friendly, confident and sales-minded individuals will succeed in this role.

Job Responsibilities:-
• Provide front-end sales and ongoing client relationship management
• Disseminate product information to clients in a clear, informative and helpful manner
• Conduct analysis to match client needs with products
• Raise the company profile and generate referrals through attendance at networking events
• Goal-orientated with a focus on monthly sales targets
• Ability to take on and assimilate large quantities of information
• Good attention to detail in order to provide accurate information to clients
• Well organized with ability to manage a large workload and deadlines
• Professional and friendly telephone manner
Computer Skills
• Experience with Salesforce or similar CRM platforms
• Familiar with cloud and Microsoft Office programs.

There is no cold-calling or telemarketing required for this role as we work with clients who come to us for advice. Experience within the insurance or banking industry will be advantageous but is not essential. Full training is provided and successful candidates can anticipate a long and rewarding career path at Expat Insurance.

Position reports to: Team Leader, Private Client Sales
Location: Offices in Boat Quay
Start date: Immediate

Company Information
Expat Insurance
20 Upper Circular Road
Singapore 058416

Contact Information
Amy Landless
[email protected]
Phone: 6439 8032

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