If you have at least three to five years’ experience with employee benefits in a brokerage or carrier environment and you feel comfortable dealing with leaders who occupy the C-suite, then you owe it to yourself to check out this terrific opportunity as a group employee benefits account manager inAmerica’sFinestCity,San Diego,CA.
As the account manager, it will be your job to manage a “significant book of both large and small accounts.” You’ll need to have exceptional communication and negotiation skills as you’ll be approaching prospects at both the HR management and C-suite levels.
Not only is the position a great step up the insurance sector career ladder, but you’ll be working in San Diego, known the country over for its terrific weather, beautiful scenery, spectacular outdoor activities, and more.
There’s little not to love aboutSan Diego.
Located on the Pacific Ocean south ofLos Angeles,San Diegoprovides you with the career and educational opportunities, the outdoor activities and even terrific shopping and cultural activities asLos Angeles– but without quite as much sprawl.
Not thatSan Diegodoesn’t have traffic and crowds. But the numbers are much smaller than those found in its metropolis neighbor to the north. What’s more, whileSan Diegohas great cultural opportunities (theater, film), professional sports teams (Chargers for football, Padres for baseball), as well as fantastic career opportunities,San Diegois more laid back. You can enjoy a somewhat slower pace of life here.
And, it’s just a two-hour drive north along Interstate 5 to theLos Angelesarea should you decide you need your hustle-and-bustle fix.
San Diegois not perfect: housing is not inexpensive. The San Diego Business Journal in March reported that ZipRealty designated the San Diego housing market as the fourth most expensive in the nation, trailing behind only Washington, DC; Brooklyn, NY; and California’s Bay Area.
The article reported that ZipRealty found that the “median priced home inSan Diegorequires 13.6 times the area’s median income to purchase.”
The median price for a home inSan Diegoin February, according to Dataquick, was $359,000.
If you have the experience and qualifications to work as a group employee benefits account manager and you’d like to do so in San Diego, we want to hear from you! Send your resume to an Insurance Relief™ recruiter today!