Customer Service Rep (Brookline,MA)


Recent College Grads & New Industry Professionals Preferred

compensation: No Prior Experience: $50,000- $65,000 / Experience: $65,000- $90,000 (First Year) employment type: Full-time

Full Time Account Manager/ Benefit Specialist

Duties Include:

  • Setting appointments with Massachusetts union members who have already contracted service
  • Providing members with supplemental benefits (Health and Life)
  • Offering consultation on existing benefits (Health and Life)

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Full training is provided. Both entry-level and management positions available. HIGHLY COMPENSATED.Applicants must be career driven and possess:

  • Communication skills
  • Professionalism
  • Responsibility
  • Adaptability
  • Willingness to learn

Backgrounds in Business and Customer Service are preferred, not required. Reliable (non-public) transportation is requiredSeeking 8 immediate hires for our Leadership & Management Roles as well as Benefit Consultants to a NICHE existing book of business (NO COSTS) to expand our operations throughout MA.We have enjoyed 7 straight years of DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH so WHY WAIT YEARS TO GROW A CAREER?!Our continued growth has opened up several more roles on our Leadership & Management Team as we are unable to keep up with the training capacity needed currently in our expansion.

  • Coaching, Training and/or Teaching Experience from all venues is a PLUS
  • Competitive past in Athletics, Academic or Business PREFERRED
  • We have former NFL/NHL/MLB players, former Lawyers, Executive Chefs, Scientists and MORE!


30 Day FASTTRACK Management available NO COLD CALLING/PROSPECTING Weekly Pay Weekly Bonus Plan LIFETIME RESIDUAL INCOME Vacation Packages & moreGet a first hand look at this opportunity and put yourself in a position to make the correct decisions on what could be your last career decision!Fisher Agencies Associated topics: business, carrier, coast, customer service representative, lmr, region, requisition, safety, sales director, store manager

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