Senior Sales Agent - KS

Location US-KS-Overland Park


SelectQuote Senior is looking for ambitious and energetic individuals to join our one-of-a-kind insurance agency in the Kansas City area!  We have a fun, comfortable and fast pace working environment where our employees are rewarded for their achievements.


SelectQuote has provided insurance services since 1985.  SelectQuote Senior offers the highest level of expertise in the Medicare Insurance market by working with numerous A-rated carriers to provide our customers all the information they need to be informed buyers.   



Benefits of working for SelectQuote Senior:

♦   High earning potential - Top agents make well over $120,000 annually.

♦   No prior sales experience required – We provide a highly compensated formal training.

♦   Full Benefits – Health, dental, vision, 401(k) with a company match, paid time off, etc.

♦   Growth opportunities – Career advancement and promotion from within.

♦   Comfortable and fun work environment – Dress is business casual, and ping pong and other entertainment is available to employees.

♦   All leads are provided – No cold calling or prospecting.


Job Highlights

♦   Agents receive formal, paid onsite training to make them knowledgeable about the industry and products represented.

♦   We represent over 20 A-rated companies that our agents shop to provide customers with the products that best meet their needs. 

♦   Our agents have the ability to be their own CEO –agents can take charge of their career.


♦   Excellent communication skills.

♦   Ability to multi-task.

♦   Good interpersonal skills.

♦   Results driven.

♦   Competitive personality and drive.

♦   Strong computer skills.

♦   Willingness to learn and apply sales training. 

Training and Experience

♦   High school diploma or the equivalent is required.

♦   Bachelor degree preferred.
♦   Successful completion of our sales training required (once hired).


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