I just opened a brand new State Farm Agency on January 1st of this year. I currently have five employees and need to hire even another salesperson to meet the growing needs we have.
I am looking for a competitive person with an entrepreneurial initiative who has higher aspirations than working in my office. This is a sales position. Therefore, you must have a high level of interpersonal skills, and not be afraid to communicate with people verbally and electronically. Additionally, you must have the ability to obtain your state insurance licenses.
This is an entry level sales position. Your innate skills are your most important assets. You will have a leg up if:
- You speak two languages fluently
- You have set and achieved goals in the past
- You are a quick learner
- You have retail or phone sales experience
- You can demonstrate mathematic aptitude
- You have been on a successful team before (even in school)
- You have never met a stranger.
- You have a high level of integrity
- You have a positive attitude
- You do not make excuses
- Your current outlook on life is more on the "half-full" side (you know how to find the silver lining).
You will learn how to have a successful career and establish your future, while also recognizing your current earning potential. Through 14 years of experience in the insurance industry, I've always believed my success requires me to nurture success in others. My goal in hiring is that, within five years, the person has become too good to work in my office and is now more suited to being my competition.
The hiring process is, by needs, very tough, very thorough and very quick. I am hiring very soon and must only select the most suitable candidate.
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This position is with a State Farm independent contractor agent, not with State Farm Insurance Companies. Employees of State Farm agents must be able to successfully complete any applicable licensing requirements and training programs. By accepting this position, you are not guaranteed an agency position with State Farm Insurance Companies. As an agent team member, you will still need to go through the regular State Farm agent selection process when you are ready to pursue an agency opportunity. State Farm agents are independent contractors who hire their own employees. State Farm agents' employees are not employees of State Farm.