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Sales Agents serve our Members by selling Property & Casualty and Roadside Assistance insurance that meets the Member’s needs.
Why work for us?
Compensation – Generous hourly base plus commission pay structure with the ability to earn commission on several AAA products.
Licensing Assistance – AAA will reimburse a portion of the costs of licensure
No Overhead Costs – W-2 structure with dedication space in a AAA NCNU branch.
Benefits – Medical, Dental, Vision, wellness program and more!
401k Matching – $1 for $1 company match up to 6% of pay.
Paid Time Off – Team Members accrue paid time off monthly with an additional 24 hours per year earmarked for volunteer activities.
Collaborative Environment – AAA will value your contribution to providing exceptional service to our members.
Uses sales techniques and product knowledge to identify customer-specific needs to generate new sales, retain existing insured’s and grow our overall insurance book of business. Effectively overcomes objections to close the sale and/or retain the insured.
Works to meet or exceed targets as defined in the sales incentive plan and as assigned by the Insurance Associate’s manager.
Conducts an insurance review for clients to identify a range of suitable products. Uses provided tools and applicable underwriting guidelines to assess risk, recommend appropriate products and related coverage, quote, bind and issue policies.
Consistently provides all Members with a sales and service experience that enhances the member’s affinity to the AAA brand and results in greater member satisfaction and loyalty.
Proactively solicits and markets to business and/or community events, performs outbound calling, works marketing lists, and cross-sells/up-sells new and existing customers.
Responds to customer inquiries and requests relating to insurance products and membership.
Researches and resolves customer service issues. Often assists the insured in initiating the first notice of loss on claims.
Education & Experience/Licenses & Certification
High school diploma or GED required.
1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
Currently possesses, or has the ability to acquire unrestricted state issued license(s) required to place property and casualty insurance within twenty-one (21) calendar days of start date. Depending on start date, active property and casualty license(s) may be required.
Work Environment/Physical Requirements
Works in an office environment sitting at a desk, table or computer workstation for extended periods of time. May travel by car, plane or other form of transportation to attend business meetings or conferences. Approximately 50-80 percent of the time spent on the job involves the use of a personal computer.