About the Job
Earning potential $100K plus
Comprehensive benefits including pension
3 months paid training
Our extensive training program prepares you to sell memberships, auto, homeowners, watercraft, and personal umbrella insurance, and to become a licensed insurance agent.
Our door is open to talented sales professionals with the ambition, initiative, self-determination, strong work ethic, career dedication, and a winning attitude.
Your success will require you to:
Source, develop leads, prospect and continually network
Possess a competitive sales drive to meet and exceed monthly goals
Be an effective communicator both written and verbal
Provide excellent customer service and maintain retention
Be self-motivated and fully committed to building a profitable business
Automobile Club of Southern California is seeking Sales Agents to professionally represent and sell Auto Club memberships and insurance products in our Inland Empire area branch offices. With a constantly growing membership, we welcome dedicated professionals looking to challenge themselves and build a career within our dynamic organization.
What are we offering?
>$100k Average earning potential
Exclusive incentives for top performers
Promotional Growth Opportunities
401k & Pension
Sales experience highly preferred
Excellent communication, time management, & organizational skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office products.
High school diploma required, college degree preferred
Successful completion of background check and drug screen
Possess a valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record
Provide proof of automobile liability insurance at time of hire
• Health coverage for medical, dental, vision
• 401(K) saving plan with company match AND Pension
• Tuition assistance
• PTO for community volunteer programs
• Wellness program
• Employee discounts
“Through dedicated employees we proudly deliver legendary service and beneficial products that provide members peace of mind and value.”
AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Automobile Club of Southern California will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable federal, state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.