By Robert M. Schrayer
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For instance, when one person’s workload became too difficult to handle, someone else was assigned to various aspects of that individual’s functions. Offshoots of job responsibilities created new positions—an adaptation of sorts. Jobs became more fragmented, with people assuming more specialized roles within an organization. Indeed, the insurance professional who once handled many aspects of a claim now has individuals assisting her or him. Many of these individuals received their positions—and the additional duties assigned to these positions—through actual work experience.
24 Opportunities in Insurance Careers Overseeing both producers and account executives, the senior vice president of sales encourages active solicitation of business. The senior vice president works with the producers and account executives on current client accounts and actively works on client account renewals. In addition, the senior vice president oversees expenses and determines salaries and fringe benefits of sales producers. The senior vice president typically works in an office, but also works in the field, visiting clients to ensure that their accounts are being handled properly.
An account executive must have a baccalaureate degree with prior experience in the insurance industry, working in some insurance capacity. Account executives must also possess an ability to analyze in-depth problems in order to understand the complexities of a client’s needs. The account executive ideally possesses strong verbal, interpersonal, and written communications skills. Generally, account executives can expect a starting salary between $20,000 and $30,000, depending on the amount of prior experience they possess.