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Employee Benefits Producer – $70-120K (First Year Exp)

Our client is a Regional Insurance Brokerage; They specialize in Commercial, Personal and Group Benefits lines insurance. They specialize in writing and servicing fully funded – small and mid-market business, has been around for over half a century, and has a great reputation as an independent broker, and employer – If you’re seeking a more intimate team environment with less red tape, better resources, technology, a more aggressive compensation structure or just more autonomy to do your job – we should talk!

You would be responsible for prospecting, maintaining your pipeline, making presentations and maintaining client relationships. There is sales support to help manage renewals, which allows you to focus on prospecting, but you’ll definitely be the face of business.

This role is meant to attract someone familiar with Group Benefits or familiar with prospecting small Groups. There are multiple departments, and each department specializes in their own services. You’ll get warm leads to close as part of a collaborative team effort while you are prospecting.

Budgeted for this role (s) is a draw in the $40-$60K range with an aggressive commission compensation model, First year Expectations would be in the $75-120K range DOE. Additionally our client provides a full benefit package covering hospital, medical, dental & employer matched 401k and mileage reimbursement.

Candidates should have:
* 5-15 years’ experience in B2B sales
* Familiarity with Group Benefits / or a willingness to learn
* Experience prospecting, self-generating leads and closing your own business
* WA State Insurance Licenses would be preferred, but are not required
* A track record of meeting or exceeding quotas
* Consultative sales experience / Structured sales training

Candidates who meet these qualifications are highly encouraged to apply. Company is extremely motivated to hire and all qualified applicants will be considered.

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