Crop Business Developer

Overview:
At Great American, we focus on building relationships and linking people to various career paths. Whether it's underwriting, claims, accounting, IT, legal, or customer service, Great American Insurance Group combines a "small company" entrepreneurial atmosphere with "big company" expertise. Great American has more than 30 specialty insurance divisions within our Property & Casualty Group, and our Annuity Group offers a variety of financial services.
We are unique because we promote the entrepreneurial spirit and our company listens to what is important to our employees. With a commitment to strong results and extraordinary service, there are always opportunities to learn and grow.
Great American has been an innovative leader in the crop insurance industry since it issued its first crop policy in 1925. Our Crop Insurance Division provides the tools producers need in the form of specialized crop insurance coverages, which can insure their revenue stream even if elements outside their control go awry. That means even in the face of a worst-case scenario producers will have the guaranteed income they need to keep their operation functioning properly.
We are looking to fill a Business Developer position for the Florida/Georgia territory.
Responsibilities:
Responsible for achieving premium development and retention/persistency goals.
Works collaboratively with management to develop, monitor and adapt a business / marketing plan for area of responsibility and to support division goals.
Builds strategic relationships with business partners (clients agents, brokers, producers) to achieve targeted profit goals of the division.
Collaborates with Underwriting, Product Development, Product Management, Corporate Legal and Corporate Communications to develop marketing initiatives, new products and the supporting marketing materials. May collaborate with other business units on cross-marketing efforts.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
Six months or more of crop insurance related experience (Sales/Claims).
Sales experience is helpful, but not required.
Knowledge of local production agriculture.
Overnight travel is 60% across the assigned territory.
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