Our Value Proposition :
Clearcover is a venture-backed technology start-up disrupting the trillion dollar legacy insurance market. We've focused on building products that create confident, happy customers - and we're flourishing. We believe in putting our people first, paying them well and working together to solve tough problems. If you'd like a high-growth opportunity with an award-winning company, let's chat.stest growing startups in Chicago, and we're currently looking to add a few more extraordinary people to our team .
What is a National Account Manager?
We are looking for an experienced National Account Manager that will help us bring digital insurance product solutions to an evolving agency distribution channel. This role will specifically manage all of Clearcover's Network/Aggregator/Cluster, Franchise and Wholesaler Partnerships.
The ideal candidate for this role will understand how to build and manage partnerships with executive level leaders. You will play a key role in the development and execution of the channel strategy, and the overall growth and profitability of our National Account Partners. You will have an expert level understanding on driving agent engagement while managing the partnerships from a top down approach, rarely working directly with producing agents.
You should be highly motivated and driven by results. You'll need to balance managing multiple partnerships while building the internal tools and reports you need to succeed. You should be a natural problem solver who can work amidst ambiguity and willing (and able) to roll up your sleeves to get the job done. This will be fun, but it won't be easy.
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What are our must haves?
But wait, there's more : As a people-first company, your health and well-being is a priority at Clearcover. While we do offer medical (and cover the vast majority of the premium), dental, vision (and cover 100% of those premiums) and 401K (we contribute 3% even if you contribute nothing), we've curated a stack of perks and benefits that stretch beyond the expected. With over half of our employees remote to the Chicago HQ office, we paved the way for flexible work locations and continue to offer this flexibility. Our people also have access to unlimited vacation, monthly mental health workshops, discounted gym memberships, equity in the company and an annual bonus program. Plus, if Clearcover is available in your state, you could have access to an employee discount on auto-insurance! Excited to learn more? Complete the application below!
Clearcover is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that welcomes and encourages all applicants to apply regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify and/or expression, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital or parental status, ancestry, citizenship status, pregnancy or other reasons prohibited by law.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a National Account Manager is $97,249 per year or $47 per hour. The highest paying National Account Manager jobs have a salary over $145,000 per year while the lowest paying National Account Manager jobs pay $65,000 per year
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