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Remote Inside Sales Agent

We're reshaping the way that insurance is sold, and building product to make sure our customers get the most out of the insurance policies they buy. Insurance products are consumer products, yet have never been treated as such by incumbents. We're proud of our customer-centric focus, and the elegant apps we build to better serve our customers. Cover has significant backing by world-class investors and is based in San Francisco.

You’ll be working along side a team of talented sales agents and engineers to help our customers find the insurance that’s right for them. This job entails no cold-calling and only outreach to customers that have made requests for coverage through our mobile apps.  This position is based remotely in Texas.

About Cover

Cover is a national insurance brokerage, licensed in all 50 states, working with more than 35 carriers. We source our customers entirely from our iPhone and Android apps. Right now, we rank #1 for searches of insurance on the AppStore in Canada, and within the top 10 in the US on any given day. The company is backed by Y Combinator and many other world-class investors.

Key responsibilities

  • Be a driving force in the success of the company's goals and objectives by achieving quota and delivering world class customer service. 
  • Build and maintain customer relationships by listening to their needs and putting them first 
  • Educate customers on insurance and match them with the coverage they need  
  • Close new accounts by interacting with customers, primarily via telephone and email 
  • Build and maintain a sales pipeline by maintaining accurate and complete information using Salesforce.  
  • Be a positive team member and have a can-do attitude

Qualifications 

  • 0-2 years of sales experience  
  • College degree required    
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills 
  • Capacity to learn concepts quickly and independently 
  • A passion for learning and improving 
  • Previous sales experience preferred, but not required  

Perks 

  • Unlimited paid time off  
  • Full paid for Health Insurance 
  • Fully stocked snack bar  
  • Kegerator  
  • Frequent company sponsored parties and outings
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