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Insurance Sales Agent

Company Name:
AAA Mid-Atlantic
The primary duties of the Insurance Sales Agent are to:
o Complete sales of insurance products by qualifying applicants, following leads, soliciting business, counseling customers concerning coverage and/or policy changes, quoting insurance rates, and accurately completing new insurance applications. Generate new business sales and/or retention of existing Agency business, based upon priority of responsibilities as assigned by management. Place customers in appropriate market using company and Agency prescribed guidelines.
o Successfully navigate required computer applications (i.e. MRM, SilverPlume, carrier application sites, Intranet, carrier management system). Recognize and maintain fiduciary responsibility to collect down payments and premiums and to protect customers' confidentiality and privacy in accordance with company and regulatory requirements.
o Execute and facilitate Insured's service requests when appropriate. Anticipate and execute on account rounding and cross-selling opportunities. Complete training and continued education and professional development programs, as required. As approved by management, represent AAA Mid-Atlantic Insurance Agency in public forums to enhance networking and sales opportunities.
Minimum Qualifications:
o Associates Degree, or the equivalent work experience/education.
o2 years of sales or customer service experience in an Insurance environment or related industry (e.g., financial services, banking, etc.) or a proven history of a strong sales aptitude and background.
oProperty & Casualty license required within 90 days from hire date.
o Ability to work independently with only general guidance.
To the qualified candidate, we offer:
o A competitive salary of $29,292 - $52,074/year, depending on experience plus commission.
o Comprehensive benefit package including over 3 weeks of Paid Time Off during the first year, 401(k) plan with a company match, Medical, Dental, Prescription, and Vision Coverage, Tuition Reimbursement, Life Insurance, and Flexible Spending Accounts to highlight a few of the offerings.

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