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The Large Market Account Manager (AM) is the guardian of the strategic customer relationship and orchestrates the deployment of corporate-wide resources to provide comprehensive products, services, and solutions to strategic key accounts. The AM is fully responsible for the retention, development, servicing, and expansion of their assigned accounts.
As a member of the Communications Practice, the Communications Specialist will support the creation and management of communications included as part of the Employee Health & Benefits Practice’s standard consulting agreement. The Communications Specialist will work closely with Client Service Representatives and Managers to create and update materials for clients’ annual Open Enrollment campaigns. There will also be opportunities for the Communications Specialist to participate in custom communications projects.
The Producer is responsible for identifying new sales opportunities, prioritizing prospective clients, and participating in Sales & Marketing events to continue to grow the market share and revenue of MMA’s suite of services. This individual will play a critical role in collaborating with the New Business Development team on the overall sales strategy while also supporting the Account Managers’ client relationships by identifying service expansion and retention efforts. The Producer must ensure a consistent flow of new revenues to the company as stated in the annual individual sales goals.
As a member of the Admin Solutions team, the Client Service Manager (CSM) is responsible for the successful management of our clients’ project plans relating to the implementations, annual renewals, ongoing administration and special projects. This involves developing client plans to properly outline tasks, resources and timelines, coordinating team resources to meet project deadlines, and reporting project statuses and milestones to the Admin Solutions Team Manager. This position requires strong demonstrated project management experience in benefits administration (preferably Health & Welfare) and/or handling complex technical projects.
As a member of the Voluntary Benefits team, the Senior Benefit Consultant (SBC) is a critical contributor to achieving a high level of client satisfaction while supporting the overall operational and technical solutions of the practice. The SBC will manage the implementation and ongoing management of new and existing Voluntary Benefit clients, which includes developing and managing project plans, creating client communications, and coordinating resources including carrier integration. The SBC will also support new and existing client sales, collaborate on the RFP process, review client profitability and develop strategies to improve plan participation.
The primary role of the Financial Consultant is to work with the Account Teams on assigned cases, providing complex financial analysis and utilizing modeling tools to evaluate benefit programs and their impact on overall business objectives, including the management and control of client risks and losses.