Hub International Assistant Account Executive in Brooklyn, New York

About HUB International Limited

HUB International is a top 10 global insurance broker providing a broad array of property, casualty, risk management, life and health, employee benefits, investment and wealth management products and services. Our regional offices throughout North America are dedicated to helping individuals and businesses evaluate and manage their risks and insurance needs.

Assistant Account Executive

To assist Account Executives in processing daily account activity. To provide technical support in accordance with company operating procedures:

  1. Maintaining account folders in accordance with internal guidelines

  2. Check policy coverages on all new business and renewals for accuracy and relevance

  3. Prepare proposals, policy summaries and reviews

  4. Process placement requests and invoicing

  5. Liase with Accounting department on research and justification of premium charges as compared with endorsements and invoices

  6. Handle or refer insured’s and underwriter’s questions

  7. Perform other specific duties as directed by the Account Executive

  8. Issue certificates

  9. Respond to service inquiries

  10. Process add/term requests

  11. Process new business (on-boarding of cases)

  12. Provide assistance in managing renewal process

  13. Respond to service inquiries

  14. Follow up with carriers to obtain outstanding information

  15. Update internal reporting systems and internal databases (as necessary)


  • Self-Motivated/Proactive

  • Excellent Customer Service

  • Organized

  • Good problem solving and analytical abilities

  • Experience with Excel

Location: United States, New York, Brooklyn
Required Education: High school or equivalent
Required Experience: 1-2 years
Required Travel: Negligible
Date published: 16-Apr-2018
Department: Account Management & Service
Ref#: 63545_20180415

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