Buntain Insurance Group of Companies is looking for a Client Services Representative (CSR) to help support the business demands of the company. This position requires a client focused individual that is a driven self starter, highly organized, high attention to detail, has a positive attitude, is comfortable working by phone, email and has excellent verbal and written communication skills. Even if you have no insurance experience, but are a high achiever that is ready for an exciting and rewarding opportunity then we would like to talk to you!
We are very excited to announce that effective June 1st Buntain Insurance opened a new office at Oak and 25th. Formerly Cleary Insurance Agencies Ltd., we wish Patrick and Ira Cleary all the very best in their retirement and are pleased to confirm that their son, James Cleary, and Office Manager, Wendy Bird, have joined the Buntain team.
Welcome to Buntain Insurance’s latest Spring edition of our eNewsletter. We have three articles for you highlighting Buntain in the community; our friends at Forerunners and their thoughts on Commercial Insurance; and Earthquake coverage changes in 2013. Also included in this edition is our “Like” Buntain on Facebook Contest. Check out the article for your chance to win a $150 gift certificate to Forerunners.
ICBC warns of the thousands of vehicles that were flood-damaged by Hurricane Sandy and could end up in the B.C. marketplace.
ICBC predicts that the tens of thousands of vehicles damaged by Hurricane Sandy will soon begin appearing in jurisdictions all over North America, including B.C. Despite these vehicles being deemed ‘not legal’ to drive in Canada, past reports have shown that up to 27% of vehicles damaged due to extreme weather and accidents in the U.S. have been retitled as ‘undamaged’ in another state.
As a way for our clients to have a better understanding of what is going on in and around the Buntain Insurance offices, we have decided to kick off the “Get to know our staff at Buntain” newsletter. Every month we will be highlighting a different staff member from one of our four offices to give you a chance to get to know us a little bit more.
We get it….just the mention of Life Insurance can make people cringe, but it need not be complicated or expensive. See the attached article from the Vancouver Sun. And of course if you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact our fabulous Life insurance team including Trish Leslie, Mark Ridgeway and Gord Buntain.
5th Annual Cypress Challenge Saturday, August 18, 2012 Cypress Mountain A Fundraiser For Pancreatic Cancer Research in memory of Bob Hager Riding up Cypress for Pancreatic Cancer Research On August 18th approximately 500 cyclists of all ages and abilities will be riding in the 5th Annual Cypress Challenge up Cypress Mountain to raise money for … Continued
What better way to celebrate the end of summer than a fantastic dinner at the Pair Bistro restaurant? Check them out at: http://pairbistro.ca/Home.html Simply “like” Buntain Insurance on Facebook by Monday September 3, 2012 and your name will be entered into the draw. http://www.facebook.com/#!/BuntainInsuranceAgenciesLtd
Welcome Summer! Before heading out the door to your favourite summer vacation spot, you may want to consider the following tips: Install sensor lighting all around house not just by front door and back door. Keep shrubbery trimmed by house so it does not block views from the street. Unplug all electronic items … Continued
TAPPING INTO A WIINNING FATHER-SON COACHING RELATIONSHIP As he helps his son prepare for his final Paralympic appearance, Dr. Hugh Tildesley reflects on how his roles as coach and physician are complementary BY JUDE ISABELLA At 6:30 a.m. on a typical rainy, cool morning in Vancouver, the indoor pool at the Arbutus Club is full … Continued
Buntain Insurance is proud to be supporting the Vancouver Aquarium through the Bennett Bursary Program: Did you know that some children, even those in Metro Vancouver, have never been to the ocean? With your support you will make it possible for young students from disadvantaged schools to visit the Aquarium or have the Vancouver Aquarium’s … Continued