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Benefits Counselor/Benefit Communication Specialist

Benefit Communication Specialist -- Immediate Opening!
Colonial, a Fortune 500 company (UNUM), is a world leader in corporate benefit packages and is seeking a benefits communications specialist and educator in the Spirit Lake, Iowa area.
We are looking for enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individuals to work in a professional business environment to educate and enroll employees in their corporate benefits. The ability to present and communicate publicly are key factors to success in this position. We are looking for intelligent, professional, sharp dressing communicators that will shine for our company. If you do not act, look and dress the part please do not apply.
The position includes, but is not limited to:
The most competitive compensation plan in the industry.
World class bonus program.
A residual/renewal income.
Potential management opportunities.
Achievable Incentives including all-inclusive trips every year!
Classroom education, field training and a mentorship program.
To be part of our team you must be energetic, enthusiastic, career-minded and absolutely self motivated. This is a one of a kind career if you posses the attitude, skills, professionalism and desire that we are looking for.
This position provides:
Competitive production-based compensation
Residual and renewal income opportunities for life
Incentives such as world-class travel experiences offered annually to top performers
Unparalleled training and support including classroom training, hands-on, field training and a dedicated instructor.
Desired skills and
Experience:
Energetic, self-starter attitude
Previous outside sales experience preferred
Life and Health Insurance License is required, but can be attained during the onboarding process
Learn more about Colonial Life and the specific responsibilities of this position at http://www.coloniallife.com/career-seekers/join-our-sales-team.
Interested candidates should submit resume for consideration to:
Kimberly L. Newman
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