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drewliviep
Jun 27, 2018

Outside sales executive

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Job Summary

 

Are you a highly-motivated self-starter? Are you looking to be paid commensurate to your efforts? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit, with goals of owning your own business? We are Colonial Life - a growing company in Volusia County, working with business owners on their employee benefit packages.... And we are recruiting qualified individuals to join us!

 

Duties & Responsibilities This person is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with business owners by offering benefit communication, enrollment services, and financial protection benefits at the worksite. You will NOT be selling insurance to employees. Our Benefit Counseling team takes care of that process.

 

Prospecting, Decision Maker Presentations, Account Management, Group Meetings, Enrollment Working Condition Solutions.

Management Opportunities

The ideal candidate for this position is enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individual with a proven record of professionalism and success in fast-paced environments. The individual selected will receive comprehensive sales training along with dependable home office support to grow his/her own business and realize the unlimited growth potential unique to the employee benefits industry and to Colonial Life as a leader in the national market.

 

This position provides:

 

Our Average Reps make - $3k to $7k Per Month

Work Business to Business

Flexible Work Schedule

Residual and renewal income opportunities for life

Incentives such as world-class travel experiences offered annually to top performers

Unparalleled training and support including classroom training, hands-on, field training and a dedicated instructor.

Desired skills and experience:

 

Energetic, self-starter attitude

Previous sales experience preferred, but not required.

Life and Health Insurance License is required, but can be attained during the onboarding process. Colonial Life pays part of the online training to obtain a Life & Health Insurance License for unlicensed candidates that are selected.

Bi-Lingual (English + Spanish) is a PLUS.

Perks

 

Opportunity to enjoy lucrative financial rewards from a substantial bonus program. Add in incentive trips to exotic places such as the Greek Isles and Hawaii, as well as great contest prizes and elite sales awards, and you have a compensation and incentive package that can't be beat!

Please Dress Business Professional - Must have: Reliable Transportation – Cell Phone.

 

Some of our top sales agents had a background in the following areas:

 

Independent Agents

Education

Ex Military

Bartenders/ Servers

Cell Phone/ Furniture/ Appliance Sales/ Car Sales/Best Buy / Saks / Neiman's Sales Reps / Sea Ray Associates

Job Type: Full-time

 

Salary: $3,000.00 to $7,000.00 /month

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

Salary: $3,000.00 to $7,000.00 /month

 

Experience:

 

sales: 2 years (negotiable)

License:

 

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