Willis Towers Watson
Benefit Advisor - Remote
As a Benefit Advisor, you will have the rewarding opportunity to speak with
Medicare eligible participants across the country to assist them in selecting
insurance plans that meet their needs. You will spend approximately 90% of your
day in phone conversations with participants exercising patience and knowledge
with caring explanations to enroll them in healthcare insurance products.
This is a seasonal role that runs until the end of each year. We do ask our
highest performers to stay on after the season, and offer opportunities for
advancement within Willis Towers Watson.
- Use a consultative approach to listen and assess the
retirees insurance needs and appropriate eligibility
- Conduct eligibility and needs analysis to determine
- Effectively and empathetically communicate the costs
and benefits of multiple insurance plans over the phone
- Make plan recommendations based on participants
individual needs and assist the participant with the decision making
- Work through scheduled and inbound calls with patience
and an emphasis on service, not call volume
- Work as a team player in a diverse, professional call
- Adhere to all legal regulations
You are excited to learn new things, have strong computer skills, and are
self-motivated to always improve. You have patience and the ability to listen
and recognize the needs of participants, even when they are unable to clearly
articulate what is important to them. You are able to change your communication
style based on the region of the call, the client, and the medical needs of the
caller. You overcome objections with knowledge, patience, and understanding,
and enjoy meeting new people by phone!
You will complete a self-study
program to pass the state Life and Health license exam. Study materials
and testing are paid for by Willis Towers Watson. You MUST pass the state
license exam in order to be eligible to enter the Benefit Advisor Training program.
- After your first day complete required certifications
to represent local and national insurance carriers
- Experience using Microsoft Office with a strong ability
to juggle multiple open computer windows to answer questions while on the
- Ability to learn new proprietary computer systems
- Experience in a sales consulting environment
- Ability to work autonomously in a self-paced,
self-motivated team environment
- Ability to communicate professionally and
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret insurance
documents, detailed correspondence, procedure manuals, insurance
applications, polices, and contracts
- Life/Health Insurance certification a plus
- High School Diploma or GED required, College classes a
Willis Towers Watson operates in a
highly regulated environment; you will be required to complete an extensive
background check in order to be licensed as a Benefit Advisor.
Note: Employment-based non-immigrant visa sponsorship and/or assistance is not offered
for this specific job opportunity.
Willis Towers Watson is committed to
finding opportunities to foster flexibility in the workplace, whenever business
and client demands allow. As part of the
unprecedented response to coronavirus and to ensure the safety of all of our
employees we may request that your initial employment with us be done
remotely. We will continue to closely
monitor the situation and inform you when it is safe to begin working
onsite. For specific details, please discuss
with your Recruiter.
Willis Towers Watson maintains a diverse working environment of dedicated
associates, in an open call center layout. We utilize the latest in technology,
and top of the line computer and telephony systems. We reward our associates
with competitive hourly rates, monthly bonuses, team competitions, and raffles.
We have a variety of shifts available. Our hours of operation are 6am – 7pm
MST. Each year we invite top performing seasonal associates to join our team on
a year round basis, or invite them back for the following season.
EOE, including disability/vets