Barhorst Agency Jobs in Texas
Entry Level Sales Agency Development Specialist PAID TRAINING Iscential (Barhorst Insurance Group), founded in 1993 and headquartered in Houston Texas, is looking for talented sales individuals to add to our Sales Team in our newest office in Bedford Texas (opened in 2011). This is a unique opportunity for someone wanting to get into the insurance industry without having to make an investment or w...
CUSTOMER SUPPORT/ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT NOTE: A PROPERTY & CASUALTY LICENSE AND 1-2 YEARS OF INSURANCE EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED. DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU MEET THESE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. This position ensures delivery of excellent customer service by responding to inbound calls and written correspondence from our policyholders concerning their Insurance policies. As a CSR you will be expected to build an...
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