Soma Capital Portfolio Jobs

Head of Insurance

Kamion

Kamion

Administration
Turkey
Posted on Friday, June 7, 2024

Backed by Y Combinator, Kamion is building Uber for Trucks for Turkey and surrounding countries. We aim to transform how goods are transported through better process design, automation, and powerful analytics.

We operate in the B2B trucking space, bringing together shippers and truckers to provide higher operational efficiency, trust, and reliability. We’re growing fast, utilizing a blend of operational excellence and technology to meet high demand levels.

Our aim is to become a platform serving the larger ecosystem in the space through insurance, and various financial products.

As a team, we have much fun doing what we do. We operate in a no-blame culture with high levels of personal responsibility and discipline.

As Head of Insurance, you will have ownership of the following:

· Help preparing and executing a detailed growth strategy w/r/t the insurance business

· Starting and managing brokerage partnerships with insurance companies

· Meeting sales targets

· Analyzing and optimizing KPIs

· Managing relationships with key stakeholders,

· Learning and iterating, changing the roadmap as needed in order to keep meeting growth targets.

Basic Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Econometrics, Industrial Engineering, or other related disciplines from a reputable university,

· Must have a SEGEM certificate,

· 7 years or more of experience in the Insurance industry

· Experience in Stakeholder Management,

· Having strong Data and Market Analysis, Communication, and Presentation skills,

· Ability to set clear targets and develop plans and objectives to achieve those targets.

Desired Characteristics:

Having a learning mentality. Be better everyday.

Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively.

Being a good team player overall. Sustainable innovation comes through teamwork.

Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, often unstructured environment.

Strong bias towards action. Quality and speed don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Making mistakes is okay as long as you learn from them.