Allied Innovation is seeking vivacious individuals who are highly organized and driven to assist with day-to-day office operations. Responsibilities will include, but not necessarily be limited to assistance with agent licensing, human resources and recruitment, project management and logistics across various business initiatives. Administrative duties include billing and reporting, initiating internal and external brand communications, and oversight of day-to-day company operations.
Individual must have the innate ability to take on challenges and successfully manage multiple tasks on parallel timelines. Our ideal candidate will be self-driven, curious, and creative and have a persistent drive to learn, grow and enhance the fast-moving parts of a growing company.
Positive Attitude: At Allied, we value a fun, outgoing culture fueled by respect and supportive team members.
Self-Motivated: Allied is looking for individuals who have strong work ethics, have the ability to be self-taught, and are dedicated to continuous learning at a fast pace.
Good Communication: Office managers will be responsible for a number of tasks that will require clear and concise communication with several different groups and representatives.
Great Organization: The variety and number of responsibilities involved in this position will require clear delineation between tasks and proactive project and time management skills.
Other Reasons to Work at Allied Innovation:
- As a part of a growing start-up company, individuals will be exposed to responsibilities and experiences not accessible in a larger operation
- No cold calling - all prospective clients provided
- Advisors receive base salary + uncapped commissions - top advisors earn more than $60,000 annually
- Comfortable work environment with viable opportunities for advancement & career mobility
- One-on-One, On-the-Job Training
- No insurance license required
- Experienced management team dedicated to business and employee growth
- Respectful work environment and ethical business practices