Crop Specialist - Western Illinois
COUNTRY Financial®: Crop Specialist
This position includes Hancock and McDonough counties
Do you enjoy working in the agriculture industry and building relationship with new and existing clients?
COUNTRY Financial Crop Specialists promote the sales of Federal Crop Insurance and Crop Hail Insurance protection. Crop Specialists work closely with COUNTRY Financial Insurance Agents and Financial Representatives to cover their clients existing and future agriculture needs. They are also passionate about growing and strengthening the sale of crop insurance products through prospecting, developing/utilizing centers of influence and business partners, and maximizing current relationships with existing clients/business partners. They are responsible for administering the marketing and advertising that is required to grow the business and the company footprint.
What's in it for me?
- Competitive compensation
- Marketing materials
- Marketing and advertising assistance
- prospecting and lead generation
- Career Agency Security Plan (CASP)
- Competitive bonus opportunities
- Must possess valid property/casualty licensing.
- Maintains all applicable license(s) in good standing.
- Previous successful sales, leadership, entrepreneurial, or agriculture experience preferred.
- General knowledge of insurance and financial solutions and industry (or related).
- Must be able to work well and network successfully with a wide variety of people.
- Demonstrates effective interpersonal and relationship-building skills.
- Ability to develop the leadership skills necessary to lead and influence others.
Subject to all terms and conditions as outlined in the COUNTRY Financial Crop Specialist Agreement and program materials.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people contracted to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, or skills required. CB2016 *MSJA
Meet Some of COUNTRY Financial's Employees
Judy often feels more like a counselor than a financial advisor because she’s so close to the everyday happenings of her clients, guiding them to make smarter financial decisions.
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