OMA Insurance offers a complete portfolio of insurance solutions designed to meet the unique needs of physicians and their families. Our vision is to be the number-one trusted insurance provider of exclusive, competitive and integrated advice, service and solutions tailored to meet the unique protection needs of physicians and their families, while providing unparalleled member experience. Strictly not for profit, the non-commissioned team can focus exclusively on objective advice and service, using the group buying power of well over half of Ontario physicians to provide medical professionals with the right insurance coverage at every stage of their career.
Reporting to the Director, Insurance Advisory Services, the Sr. Specialist is responsible for providing support and direction to the Insurance Advisors on a day-to-day basis; reviewing and analyzing reports on Advisor Team productivity; create training programs and materials and act as life insurance product knowledge specialist.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
- Recommend and contribute to the development of policies and processes for the Advisor team and recommend changes to processes; Responsible for maintaining advisors sales tools;
Work closely with the Director and the Learning team to maintain and provide input into the creation of training programs and materials for the Advisor team. Provide ad-hoc training on group and 3rd party life insurance products and services, as required;
Work closely with the Advisor Team to support their day-to-day needs related to work distribution, technical advisory support, product support procedures and tools, as well as escalation of issues. Responsible for the “Advisor on Call Schedule” and re-assignment of consultations;
- Required to create and maintain competitive analysis of group and individual life insurance and living benefit products;
- Required to travel to meet the training needs of advisors within Ontario and Atlantic Canada.
Education: Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration, or equivalent; Life License Qualification Program (LLQP); CFP or CLU an asset.
Experience: 6-9 years insurance industry experience with specialized knowledge of group and individual
Disability and life insurance products.
Resumes, including salary expectations, should be forwarded by to email@example.com by January 15, 2018.
We regret that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Ontario Medical Association is an equal opportunity employer. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code.