Broker –Public Sector –Business Development Specialist

Broker –Public Sector –Business Development Specialist (140-240K)
Our client, an established insurance broker, is seeking a Public Sector Business Development Specialist to be responsible for revenue generation and sophisticated client development. Primary target area is the Southwest with other options in major markets across the country.  Appropriate candidates will have a successful history of working with Public Sector  groups and problem solving within those groups, as well as current knowledge of underwriting, brokering and claims as this is a necessary part of the client  enrollment process.  Qualified candidates should have a proven track record with Public Sector clients and a demonstrated history of generating and increasing revenues in the Public Sector space.   Candidate should have a minimum of 7-1o years of experience  and educational requirements are a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree; preferably an MBA, CPCU, RM, ARM, and/or other professional designations.  The base compensation is 140-240K+ depending on actual experience, ability and credentials.  Please submit your resume in confidence to John R. Huttner, President, David J. Hollinger Associates at , or call John at 1-732-247-5656. Additionally, you may reach out to James A. Lieberman, Executive Vice President at or Catarina Caulfield, Sr. Recruiting Specialist at   . Hollinger is a member of: the National Insurance Recruiters Association, the Professional Liability Underwriting Society, and the Worldwide Employee Benefits Association.

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