We are always looking to expanding our Insurance Brokeage Familyr by seeking experienced Licensed Sales Executives,
Customer Service Representatives and Administrative Personnel.
If you are interested in applying for a position please apply on-line below.
SALES EXECUTIVE (Producer)
The job of the Sales Executive (Producer) in an insurance agency is to sell or produce the business that enables the agency to prosper and grow. The producer often responds to requests from clients who need insurance, as opposed to the stereotypical salesman who goes door-to-door to market their products. These professionals act as a consultant for businesses and families, evaluating needs and recommending the most appropriate means of meeting those needs.
Essential qualifications: A degree in business or a related field is very helpful. This individual needs to be intelligent and have a thorough understanding of business. Equally as important are motivation, a desire to succeed, good communication skills and a willingness to work hard.
Earning potential: As a Sales Executive (Producer) your financial destiny is limited only by yourself. You will be provided with the opportunity to develop your own clients and accounts, referred to as your book of business. The position often offers the opportunity to set your own schedule and work at the pace that is most productive to you. After the initial development period, the typical producer’s earnings are comparable to professionals in industries such as law, accounting, architecture, etc. As a producer, there is no limit to your earning potential. The harder and smarter you work, the more you earn.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Account Manager)
Teamwork is essential to success in an insurance agency. The customer service professionals who service the clients and their accounts are just as crucial to the agency as the producers who bring in the business. The CSR or Account Manager deals with clients, customers and insurance companies to assure that the needs of the clients are being served. CSRs become licensed insurance agents to assist customers with the addition of insurance coverage to existing policies, to renew policies, or to write new insurance policies that may be requested by customers. CSRs create and maintain good relations among clients, agencies and insurance companies.
Essential qualifications: Intelligence, the ability and willingness to solve problems, and the ability to work well with many types of people are crucial to the success of a customer service representative.
Earning potential : Our Salaries for Customer Service Representatives are comparable and competitive with those earned by teachers, nurses and similar professions. In addition, employee benefits such as paid vacations, health insurance and educational assistance are available.