Licensed Final Expense Agents

Final Expense Account Executives are responsible for generating new business and growing existing clients in a highly-productive, outside sales environment. A strong candidate will have a proven track record in sales, excellent communication skills, consistent work ethic and a desire to be a part of one of the fastest growing companies in the industry. We provide competitive weekly/monthly commissions, monthly sales incentives and a solid quarterly and semi annual bonus plan. If you are passionate about selling a successful product and have an interest in working for a highly productive, fun environment, we want to hear from you today.

-Sell products to cover seniors' final expenses
-Conduct live presentations in clients' homes
-Schedule appointments by phone from company generated lead program
-Drop in on clients whom responded by mail but that you cannot reach by phone
-Be committed to service before self and strive to improve daily

We are looking for someone who:
-Is interested in building upon their successful track record in sales
-Has an out-going, dynamic personality
-Has a "can do" attitude and loves to be challenged
-Is metrics-oriented, organized and has a need to win

-Bachelor's Degree
-2-5 years of experience selling in a sales-driven environment - outside sales a plus
-Exceptional written, verbal, phone and presentation skills
-Ability to quickly learn new processes
-A true "self-starter"
-Ability to work under pressure, organize and prioritize responsibilities
-Passion to educate and sell

More people purchase final expense products from Senior Life than anywhere else in the country. Clients choose from three A rated carriers and seven different products as they select the plan with the most value for their specific needs.
More than 20 million in annualized premium will be purchased through Senior Life annually by 2013. Founded by Rory Dougherty in 1972, the company has over 200 employees with divisional offices in Vero Beach, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Baton Rouge, Houston and Dallas.

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