Agency Manager

Company Name:
Farmers Insurance Group - Office of Milene Plisko
Farmers Insurance Agency Opportunity
Key Job Duties:
The primary responsibility of the position is to drive and grow new business revenue. You'll manage client relationships to ensure that your clients' needs and requirements are met. This will require you to serve as their advocate within Farmers to provide them with a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and options.
-No prior sales experience is needed, however, sales experience is a plus
-College degree a plus but not required
-Goal-oriented, and thrives in a reward-based atmosphere
-Excellent written and verbal communications, as well as positive interpersonal skills
-Optimistic attitude demonstrating positivity, enthusiasm, self-motivation, and exceptional work ethic
-Organizational and time management skills
-Eventually become insurance licensed
Training and Growth:
When working with Farmers, you will receive extensive sales training, product training, and support from your District Office throughout your career. This will help you create more business and exceed the expectations of your clients.
Getting Started:
Through the first 3 years, Farmers Insurance provides an excellent performance based subsidy program of up to $97,500. This program is in addition to your commissions.
Growth Opportunities:
There has never been a better time to be with Farmers. We have recently improved many things from our logo and branding to support for our agents. Our expanding markets and innovative products create the opportunity for dynamic and rapid growth, as well as significant income potential.
Currently, each of our team members owns his or her own business and is very successful. You control your own destiny with Farmers Insurance. The top team member earns over $766,000 and the average income for the team of 25 agents is over $139,000.
If you are interested in being in business for yourself but not by yourself, apply today by sending your resume!
Candidates must have a clean credit and criminal history

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