Higginbotham has been honored as one of the Best Places to Work by Business Insurance and Best Companies to Work for in Texas by Texas Monthly, among other accolades for employment practices. The firm enjoys an employee retention rate that is higher than the industry and state averages—an indicator of our attractive employee culture and competitive employee benefits package and employee ownership opportunities.

 

Open Positions

Commercial Lines Account Manager, Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, Lubbock, Oklahoma City and Plainview
Assist producers with design or independently design insurance programs for clients; assist clients in making appropriate coverage changes; provide technical support to producers; prepare proposals/applications and submit them to insureds and carriers; prepare summaries of insurance schedules and proposals for account reviews.

Commercial Lines Customer Service Representative, Fort Worth and San Antonio
Fulfill client service requests for commercial lines insurance accounts in a pleasant, professional and timely manner; assist in the marketing of new and renewal commercial lines accounts; ensure client satisfaction through checking policies, issuing binders, certificates and endorsements, handling cancellations, providing information, answering questions, performing research and reviewing accounts; work closely with producers to offer additional insurance products to existing and potential customers. Must have two years of experience and a property/casualty insurance license.

Employee Benefits Account Coordinator, Austin
Obtain clients’ trust by meeting their needs and expectations; maintain a professional relationship with clients and carrier representatives through exceptional customer service; support producers in generating new business and renewing existing business; serve as an advocate for clients and their employees through positive relationships with carriers and continuous education. Entry level position. 

Employee Benefits Account Manager, Fort Worth and Houston-South
Serve as the liaison between clients, the firm and producers; manage client service requests; market accounts beginning 120 days prior to renewal by gathering information and submitting it to carriers to obtain proposals; review proposals and prepare for client presentation; c
alculate clients' premium and payroll deductions and audit billing statements; produce open enrollment materials; conducts open enrollment meetings; assist during carrier transitions; maintain data on agency management system; communicate developments with carriers and new federal/state laws to clients; build relationships with carrier representatives. Life and Health Agent's License required. Two years' experience in employee benefit account management preferred.   

Employee Benefits Sr. Account Manager, McKinney
All of the responsibilities of the Employee Benefits Account Manager, plus supervise, coach and manage an assigned team of account managers. Life and Health Agent's License required. Three years' experience in employee benefit account management and ACSR accreditation preferred. 

Personal Lines Account Executive, Mount Pleasant
Assist producers and clients with maintaining personal lines of insurance; obtain quotes; process and invoice policies, endorsements and cancellations; prepare premium notes. High school education or equivalent, a General Lines License and 3-4 years of insurance experience, including some personal lines, required.

Personal Lines Producer, Austin
Ensure that business is placed in markets where commitments have been made and where the firm will maximize its income potential; work with telemarketing to develop a book of business; develop and maintain relationships with clients, potential clients and carrier representatives; determine which markets to visit and the most efficient use of limited time; take leads from the firm's sales center. Professional designation and three years or less experience in carrier and agency environments are required. College degree is preferred.