Commercial Lines CSR

Job Description

Are you looking for an incredible opportunity to advance your Commercial Lines CSR career alongside an outstanding company? Set your sights on W.E. Davis Insurance Agency! We are growing and ready to add an experienced Commercial Lines CSR to our team. You’ll be matching your insurance customer service skills with your industry knowledge to ensure clients have the best coverage to meet their needs. As our Commercial Lines CSR you should have experience with account rounding and the ability to develop trust and rapport with clients from all backgrounds. If you’re ready to join an energetic and driven team to grow your Commercial Lines CSR career, apply today!

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • HSA with Company Contribution
  • 401(k) with Company Match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Professional Development
  • Hands On Training
  • Continuing Education Support

  • Fostering strong relationships with current and prospective clients to maintain client retention.
  • Developing insurance quotes, shopping renewals, and issuing certificates of insurance.
  • Working closely with producers to lay the groundwork for sales presentations and proposals. 
  • Treating each client interaction as an opportunity for education and account rounding. 
  • Responding to queries, problem solving, and following up with clients to ensure satisfaction.

  • Property & Casualty License Required.
  • 1+ years Commercial Lines Experience preferred.
  • Basic computer and technical skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Detail oriented with the ability to prioritize and multitask.

  • Type: Other
  • Company: W.E. Davis Insurance Agency, Inc

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