B2B Sales

Colonial Life, an established leader in the employee benefits industry that's been in business for more than 75 years, has an immediate opening for a sales representative to join its market-leading team in the Greater Lehigh Valley, PA area. The person in this position is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with insurance brokers, business owners and their employees by offering financial protection benefits at the worksite.
The ideal candidate for this position is an enthusiastic, entrepreneurial, goal-driven, self-motivated individual with a proven record of sales results in fast-paced environments. The individual selected will receive comprehensive sales training along with dependable home office support to grow his/her own business and realize significant growth potential offered by Colonial Life as a market leader in the national employee benefits industry.
This position provides:
Competitive, Growth Oriented Compensation
Lucrative Recruiting Referrals and Sales bonuses
Opportunities for Lifetime Residual Income
Incentives such as World-Class Travel Awards for Top Performers
Unparalleled training and support including classroom training, hands-on, field training and dedicated instructors.
Desired skills and
Energetic, Entrepreneurial Self-Starter Attitude
Previous Sales Experience Preferred
History of Meeting or Exceeding Goals
Health & Life Insurance License is required, but can be attained during the onboarding process
Learn more about Colonial Life and the specific responsibilities and opportunities of this position at:

Interested candidate should submit resume for consideration to Dunbar "Scot" Helsley, hiring manager for Colonial Life's operations in PA, NJ and DE. Please, serious candidates only.

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Colonial Life insurance products are underwritten by Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company, for which Colonial Life is the marketing brand.

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