JOB TITLE: Insurance Technician

LOCATION: St Ives, Cambridgeshire


We are currently looking for 2 x Insurance Technicians to join Equesure.

The role mainly involves receiving inbound calls from new and existing customers relating to Equine insurance policies, you will also make outbound calls to customers that have requested a quote from us. You will deal with a variety of calls from general enquires, policy renewals and new business. You will also be required to promote and up-sell additional features relating to each customer's policy.


Desirable skills:

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Positive attitude and professionalism
  • Understanding of a target driven environment
  • High levels of resilience, perseverance, self-belief and motivation
  • Equine knowledge or experience working with horses or ponies in any environment
  • A passion for horses and ponies



  • Competitive basic salary
  • Monthly sales bonus (providing QA passed each month)
  • Regular sales incentives
  • Fun working environment
  • Professional training in a regulated industry
  • Regular social event calendar (nights out, parties, days out, Xmas party) all paid for by the company


To apply for this role, please visit our careers page and have your CV ready along with an indication of when you could start. Closing date for application: 31.01.19.


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