Average Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance) Salary in Austin, Texas

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The average salary for a Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance) in Austin, Texas is $78,483.
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$74k - $86k
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$74k - $90k

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Job Description for Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance)

Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance) Tasks
  • Manage a group of existing accounts and assist with reviewing and processing renewals and new accounts.
  • Sell insurance policies to new customers and identify cross-selling opportunities.
  • Work with customers and insurance company to arrange premium payments, answer questions, and explain changes.
  • Prepare rate quotes, assemble coverage summaries and proposals, and monitor the status of claims reports.

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Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance)
Account Manager, Commercial Lines
Vice President (VP), Underwriting
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Employees with Manager, Commercial Lines (Insurance) in their job title in New York, New York earn an average of 46.5% more than the national average. These job titles also find higher than average salaries in Seattle, Washington (42.6% more). The lowest salaries can be found in Saginaw, Michigan (28.4% less), Orlando, Florida (23.6% less) and Tacoma, Washington (18.8% less).