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Benefits Services Team Member

“We understand that creating a World Class experience for our clients only occurs if we create a World Class experience for our Northwestern Benefit team members. Therefore, it’s our commitment to foster a culture that delivers on this experience.”

David Asbury, CEO

“To be honest, I do not think it is possible for there to be a better employee benefits company to work for. I don't see how it could be possible.”

Large Group Benefits Consultant

Our unique corporate philosophy and business model separate Northwestern Benefit from other organizations. The defining characteristics of our corporate culture are integrity, respect and service.

We recruit and retain extraordinary people. We have developed an extremely talented team that is truly invested in Northwestern Benefit, our vision and the companies we serve.

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DEPARTMENT POSITION TITLE CITY, STATE
Benefit Service Benefit Services Specialist Atlanta, GA
Consulting, Small/Mid-Market Group Benefits Consultant, Small & Midmarket Atlanta, GA
Benefits Administration Benefits Systems Implementation Specialist Atlanta, GA
Consulting Support Consulting Support Specialist Atlanta, GA
Consulting, Large Group Large Group Benefit Consultant Atlanta, GA
Sales Sales Specialist Atlanta, GA

Benefit Services Specialist

Department: Benefit Service

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Position Summary 

To address all employer health benefit issues as brought up by Northwestern Benefit clients and their employees, including resolving billing issues, enrollment and termination issues, acting as liaison with insurance carriers, and answering questions relating to pertinent federal and state legislation. Benefit Services Specialists (BSSs) regularly practice discretionary decision making.

 

Position Responsibilities

  1. BSS Responsibilities:
  2. Works directly with clients and employees to answer questions and resolve their issues, and loads each inquiry as an activity into Brokerage Builder.
    1. Acts as a liaison with insurance carriers to resolve claims issues.
    2. Works with doctor’s offices, hospital facilities, and pharmacies to resolve claim issues, pre-authorization issues, and billing issues on behalf of employees.  
    3. Assists clients with the appeal process.
    4. Answers questions relating to legislation and benefit laws regarding HIPAA and COBRA.
    5. Assists with resolving enrollments, terms, and billing issues.

 

  1. Utilizes internal software such as MS Outlook, and other Microsoft Applications.
  2. Meets all MM/LG client key contacts (clients over 35 employees and are less than a 2-hour drive one way) at least once a year to build solid relationship and meets existing contacts as needed to further enhance relationship.
  3. Proactively calls SG/MM/LG clients key contact monthly to check-in and fact find.
  4. Attends training opportunities and Collaborative Way to increase industry knowledge, practical abilities, and practice our five core commitments.
  5. Maintains a full book of business based on employee lives and BSS level I, II, or III while continuing to provide A+ service.
  6. Assists clients when assigned BSS is unavailable.

 

Reporting/Accountability

Reports to:        Director of Benefits Services

Supervises:         None

 

Knowledge/Experience Required

  1. Significant insurance experience required; at least 1 year of work experience (claims resolution, benefits administration, health insurance customer service, etc.).
  2. High school diploma, minimally. College degree a plus.
  3. Continuous education encouraged (industry coursework leading to professional designation).
  4. Georgia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance license required for BSS II and III.

 

Skills/Abilities Required

  1. Excellent problem-solving skills and resourcefulness.
  2. Persistent to achieve the end result—resolution.
  3. Strong organizational skills, including daily prioritizing and logical thinking.
  4. Service-oriented; kind, compassionate, and willing to work hard on another person’s behalf.
  5. Excellent verbal and email communication skills. Clarity and accuracy are key.
  6. Excellent phone skills, being a fanatic on internal and external response time, empathetic, and honest with the information to be shared.
  7. Strong working knowledge of computers (MS Word, MS Outlook preferred; Internet, MS Excel and database experience also beneficial) and able to learn new systems and programs, such as Brokerage Builder and carrier portals.
  8. Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and successfully.
  9. Able to work with others in teams; able to work with those who perform similar jobs as well as complimentary roles. Promotes cooperation and shared successes throughout the company.
  10. Shares ideas for improvement that are oriented around solutions and blameless problem solving.
  11. Models and exemplifies the principles and commitments of the Collaborative Way.

 

Physical Requirements/Miscellaneous

There are no physical requirements for the position.

 

Person Description

Assessment Tool(s) used for hiring in this position: 

Harrison Personality Test

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Benefits Consultant, Small & Midmarket

Department: Consulting, Small/Mid-Market Group

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Benefits Consultant, Small Group & Mid Market

I.       Position Summary

A Benefits Consultant (BC) interfaces with a group of clients (a book of business) in the small group and mid-sized client market (10 – 100 employees) to strategize and propose viable solutions to manage the menu of benefit options that the client offers to its employees. BCs partner with clients and assist them with 1) emerging trends in employee benefits, 2) their annual renewal process, and 3) other possible options that would enhance or meet the goals of the client. The end product of this partnership is intended to add value to the client, enabling the client to be competitive in their own industry. BCs quickly assess the nature of any given problem, understand thoroughly the expectations of the client, and consistently meet or exceed those expectations. BCs must contribute to and flourish in a team environment, learn and exemplify the Collaborative Way, and engage in regular professional development.

II.     Position Responsibilities

  1. Partners with each client in the book of business. The partnership is demonstrated through:
    1. Attends regular and pre-planned meetings with the client;
    2. Understands key business issues facing the client, and brings viable solutions to the client to address those needs;
    3. Acts intentionally to retain clients and succeeds;
    4. Masterfully collects, organizes, and reviews relationship information.
  2. Understands thoroughly (and stays knowledgeable of) employee benefits, including plan designs, available riders, legislation, and emerging trends. Shares this knowledge with others at NBCG.
  3. Strategically plans and executes plan renewals, staying in regular communication with the clients and updating them on various emerging trends and solutions for their business needs.
  4. Anticipates concerns developing from the renewal process; proactively checks and verifies all information (new rates, employee enrollments and changes, ID cards, etc.); immediately addresses and solves problems generated through the renewal process.
  5. Adds value to our clients through timely and regular presentations of additional options for their benefits package; generates new opportunities and encourages client to be innovative; alerts client to potential issues (legislative and coverage information); serves client as an educator or special speaker on benefit topics to assist employees being as effective as possible.
  6. Uses tools and systems (e.g. Zywave, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to enhance the job. Updates systems, creates e-mail groups for fast and efficient information dissemination. Keeps desk and work area organized and clean.
  7. Communicates thoroughly and clearly with all team members concerning client issues, renewals, and proactive work.
  8. Positively influences the team members; uses the Collaborative Way effectively to mediate concerns, offer encouragement and praise, and build good working relationships.
  9. Promotes and offers ideas for improvement.
  10. Attends training opportunities, reads and shares industry knowledge, regularly participates in coursework to either earn or maintain professional designations.
  11. Assesses the nature of a problem quickly, understand thoroughly the expectations of the client, and consistently meets those expectations through viable solutions.

III.    Reporting/Accountability

A.     Reports to:        Small Group/Mid-Market Manager of Consulting

  1. Supervises: None

IV.    Knowledge/Experience Required

  1. Three to five years of experience in benefits including a strong knowledge of fully-insured medical plans, ancillary lines (dental, life, disability, FSA, vision) and current legislation
  2. An earned bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent)
  3. An earned Georgia accident, sickness and life license
  4. Professional Designations (REBC, CEBS) preferred

 V.     Talents/Strengths Required

  1. Organization
  2. Communication
  3. Able to prioritize effectively
  4. Multi-tasking

 VI.    Skills/Abilities Required

  1. Excellent communication and presentation skills (listens, speaks, and writes well); able to interact effectively with people of various responsibility and authority (employees, key contacts, executives, etc.).
  2. Highly organized.
  3. Able to manage a multitude of details (including paperwork); stays proactive while juggling these issues.
  4. Possess a natural inclination to reach out, build relationships, and uncover issues before the client calls NB.
  5. Very comfortable with typical business technology including voice mail, e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software.

 VII.   Physical Requirements/Miscellaneous

  1. Valid Driver’s License.
  2. Reliable vehicle.
  3. Some light to moderate lifting & moving of enrollment supplies/materials.

 This position description is not intended to be all-inclusive, but to provide a general scope of the person and the position, outlining the primary responsibilities, reporting structure, and knowledge/strengths/abilities required to succeed. It is not a contract.

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Benefits Systems Implementation Specialist

Department: Benefits Administration

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Position Summary 

The Benefits Systems Implementation Specialist has responsibility for designing, developing and implementing Benefits Administration solutions for our clients utilizing Employee Navigator.  They are responsible for all aspects of a project’s life cycle using an integrated project plan for implementing new or changed administration processes, new or updated benefits enrollment system configuration, new or changed electronic data files and all prerequisite and subsequent tasks from project beginning to post implementation of services.  The Benefits Systems Implementation Specialist will also be responsible for becoming an expert at understanding how to configure and operate many different Benefits Enrollment / HRIS type systems and working with carriers, vendors and clients to coordinate a walkthrough of electronic file structure layouts, development of electronic files and reporting, user acceptance testing and production validations.  The Benefits Systems Implementation Specialist will be responsible for the transition of processes and training to internal client Operations Teams, Consultants and Account Managers.

Position Responsibilities

  1. Serves as a Benefits Administration Employee Navigator subject matter expert and escalation point for clients and internal colleagues
  2. Provides a high level of quality service to clients, employees, vendors and carriers
  3. Effectively takes initiative from discovery, design and testing to implementation, validation and post-production activities
  4. Creates and updates Case Detail, Statement of Procedure and Process Flow documents by interviewing the client in person or via conference calls for scope of services and then obtaining final approval from the client
  5. Responsible for configuring the Benefits Enrollment system initially, at annual enrollment and for ongoing changes for our clients that have a “co-sourced” solution
  6. Responsible for working with carriers, payroll vendors and benefits system and administration vendors in order to get electronic file feeds configured, tested and moved to production.  Will be responsible for auditing discrepancy’s and errors which requires strong data analysis and problem solving skills
  7. Responsible for the training of our Benefits Administration team on all new and updated global and client specific processes including how to process in the Benefits Administration system.
  8. Provides reporting and associated analytics to management, stakeholders, clients and as part of data clean up or reconciliation processes
  9. Proposes new procedures and processes to enhance the delivery of Benefit Administration services
  10. Resolves escalated issues through clear and consistent communication to applicable teams and clients, enhanced problem solving, negotiation skills, collective ownership and follow through
  11. Creates and manages an integrated project plan for all projects they are assigned to
  12. Facilitates and leads implementation timelines, weekly status calls, open action items and risk management plans
  13. Responds effectively to project risk factors and issues related to delivery
  14. Maintains current knowledge of evolving HR and Benefit legislations 
  15. Responsible for guiding clients through the ACA filing process utilizing Employee Navigator

 

Reporting/Accountability

Reports to: Manager, Benefit Administration

Supervises: None

 

Knowledge/Experience Required

  1. Excellent computer skills, including expert level of excel and access knowledge
  2. Minimally high school diploma, Bachelors Degree or equivalent preferred
  3. Minimum of 2 years of technical Benefits Administration experience required
  4. PMP, PHR, SPHR or CEBS preferred
  5. Zywave products knowledge a plus
  6. Experience with implementing and configuring Employee Navigator is preferred.

 

Skills/Abilities Required

  1. Strong knowledge of federal, state and local laws pertaining to HR and Benefits Administration
  2. Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  3. Strong presentation skills:  communicates with clients and associates professionally and effectively
  4. Possesses and applies professional skills and knowledge; keeps abreast of current developments and trends
  5. Product knowledge:  Demonstrates through knowledge of applicable products and services by correctly answering questions and delivering solutions to meet client and business units needs
  6. Problem Analysis / Resolution / Negotiation:  Gathers information necessary to make decisions; anticipates, identifies, eliminates and resolves problems in a timely manner
  7. An achiever-driven to accomplish the goals set before him/her
  8. Strategic in nature, sorting through and organizing details
  9. Thrives by building relationships with whom he/she works
  10. Strong communication skills both verbally and written
  11. Handles many simultaneous projects efficiently and effectively
  12. Possesses a natural inclination to reach out and uncover issues that need to be researched
  13. Works well with others, shares information and insight generously, flourishes in a team environment
  14. Operates in a fast-paced, energetic environment and welcomes change
  15. Flexible, with regard to daily activities and schedule
  16. Able to learn and exemplify the Northwestern Benefit 25 Tenets

Assessment Tool(s) used for hiring in this position: 

Harrison Personality Test

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Consulting Support Specialist

Department: Consulting Support

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Consulting Support Specialist 

Department/Company: Analytics and Consulting Support

Classification: Full-Time (40 hours/week), Salaried, Non-Exempt

Reports to: Manager, Analytics and Consulting Support Services  

Position Objective 

The contribution that a Consulting Support Specialist makes to Northwestern Benefit is:

  1. Project manage the renewal process for clients to obtain competitive analysis of employee benefit options ;
  2. Provide proactive support to Benefits Consultant (BC) in the renewal process consistently, timely and accurately.

 

II.     Tasks to Accomplish the Objective(s):

Manage, in coordination with the BC, the insurance plan renewals for each client in the book of business.
    1. Obtain the company census.
    2. Receive the list of insurance carriers to market for a quote on the particular plan(s).
    3. Manage and track quote request responses from the carriers.
    4. Obtain spread instructions from BC to determine proposal components.
    5. Assemble Proposal components (executive summary, quote request results, spreadsheets, supporting documentation, etc.).
    6. Update renewal decision information in Brokerage Builder.
    7. Complete insurance master paperwork when necessary.
    8. Load Brokerage Builder with all client information.
Address the daily responsibilities, planned and unplanned, and manage duties in a way that forwards the business and strengthens business relationships.
    1. Maintain organize and clean work space.
    2. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    3. Proactive planning and prioritization skills.
Coordinate CSS/BC team meetings and communicate thoroughly, proactively and clearly all aspects of the client Renewal Process.

 Attain and maintain industry knowledge of employee benefits, plan designs, legislation and emerging benefit trends.

Anticipate issues in Renewal Process and verifies all information (rates, benefit items, contributions & waiting period).

Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time; This description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions, it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned; This job description is subject to change at any time.

 

III.       Knowledge/Experience Required to Achieve the Objective(s)

 

  1. An earned high school diploma required; Bachelor degree is preferred.
  2. Three years of group benefit experience is preferred.
  3. A working knowledge of employee welfare benefits, understanding HMOs, PPOs, and indemnity plans as well as ancillary coverage’s such as life, disability, and dental insurances is preferred.
  4. A working knowledge of Self-Funded plans is preferred.
  5. Must be proficient in Excel: i.e. formulas, formatting, pivot tables, v-lookups, etc.
  6. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, MS Word and PowerPoint.
  7. Must have great organizational and project management skills.

 

 

 

IV.    Skills/Abilities Required to Achieve the Objective(s)

 

  1. Highly organized and driven to accomplish the goals set before him/her.
  2. Strong attention to detail.
  3. Thrives by building relationships with co-workers.
  4. Manages numerous simultaneous projects efficiently and effectively.
  5. Operates well in a fast-paced, energetic environment and welcomes change.
  6. Creates or modifies processes/procedures to simplify tasks.
  7. Possesses strong verbal and written communication skills on the phone and in person.
  8. Contributes to and flourishes in a team environment.
  9. Supports team members during peak schedule by offering to help where needed.
  10. Models and exemplifies the Northwestern Benefit 25 Tenets. In all things, seeks to behave in a personal, consistent, and reliable manner.
  11. Uses the Collaborative Way effectively to mediate concerns, offer encouragement and build good working relationships.

 

 

 

V.     Physical Requirements/Miscellaneous Required to Achieve the Objective(s) 

 

  1. Reaching. Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction. 
  2. Walking. Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another.
  3. Fingering. Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand as in handling.
  4. Grasping. Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm.
  5. Talking. Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word. Those activities in which they must convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly.
  6. Hearing. Perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction. Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and to make the discriminations in sound.
  7. Repetitive motion. Substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
  8. Sedentary work. Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.
  9. The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts, and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication parts at distances close to the eyes.

 

VII.   Person Description

 

Assessment Tool(s) used for hiring in this position: 

 

Harrison Personality Test 

 

 

This position description is not intended to be all-inclusive, but to provide a general scope of the position, outlining the primary responsibilities, reporting structure, and knowledge/strengths/abilities required to succeed. It is not a contract.

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Large Group Benefit Consultant

Department: Consulting, Large Group

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Benefits Consultant, Large Group

I.       Position Summary

A Benefits Consultant (BC) interfaces with a group of clients (a book of business) to strategize and propose viable solutions to manage the menu of Health & Welfare benefit options that the client offers to its employees. BCs partner with clients and assist them with 1) emerging trends in employee benefits, 2) their annual renewal process, and 3) other possible options that would enhance or meet the goals of the client; the end product of this partnership is intended to add value to the client, enabling the client to be competitive in their own industry. BCs quickly assess the nature of any given problem, understand thoroughly the expectations of the client, and consistently meet or exceed those expectations. BCs must contribute to and flourish in a team environment, learn and exemplify the Collaborative Way, and engage in regular professional development. Position supports Large Group clients (100 – 3,000 employee lives).

 II.     Position Responsibilities

  1. Partners with each client in the book of business. The partnership is demonstrated through:
    1. Organizes and leads regular pre-planned meetings with the client;
    2. Understands key business issues facing the client, and brings viable solutions to the client to address those needs;
    3. Creates and executes meaningful long-term strategic benefit plans;
    4. Acts intentionally to retain clients and succeeds.
  2. Understands thoroughly (and stays knowledgeable of) employee Health & Welfare benefit programs including program design, compliance & legislation, and emerging trends.
  3. Strategically plans and executes plan renewals, staying in regular communication with the client and updating them on various emerging trends and solutions for their business needs.
  4. Anticipates concerns developing from the renewal process; proactively checks and verifies all information (new rates, employee enrollments and changes, ID cards, etc.); immediately addresses and solves problems generated through the renewal process.
  5. Adds value to our clients through presentation of strategic solutions for their benefit program; encourages client to be innovative; alerts client to potential issues (legislative and compliance information); serves client as an educator or speaker on benefit topics to assist employees being as effective as possible.
  6. Uses tools and systems (e.g. Zywave, MS Word, Excel, etc.) to enhance the job. Updates systems and keeps client files and work area organized and clean.
  7. Communicates thoroughly and clearly with all team members concerning client issues, renewals, and proactive work.
  8. Positively influences the team members; uses the Collaborative Way effectively to mediate concerns, offer encouragement and praise, and build good working relationships.

 

  1. Promotes and offers ideas for improvement.
  2. Attends training opportunities, reads and shares industry knowledge, regularly participates in coursework to either earn or maintain professional designations.
  3. Assesses the nature of a problem quickly, understand thoroughly the expectations of the client, and consistently meets those expectations through viable solutions.

 

III.    Reporting/Accountability

A.      Reports to:        Manager, Large Group Consulting

  1. Supervises:        None

IV.    Knowledge/Experience Required

  1. Five+ years of experience in benefits including a strong knowledge of both fully and self-insured plans (carrier/TPA review & negotiation, network analysis, stop loss strategies, claims reporting), ancillary lines, and current legislation.
  2. An earned bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent).
  3. An earned Georgia accident, sickness and life license
  4. Professional Designations (RHU, REBC, CEBS) preferred.

V.     Talents/Strengths Required

  1. Organization
  2. Project Management
  3. Communication
  4. Diplomacy
  5. Able to prioritize effectively
  6. Multi-tasking

VI.    Skills/Abilities Required

  1. Excellent communication and presentation skills (listens, speaks, and writes well); able to interact effectively with people of various responsibility and authority (employees, key contacts, executives, etc.).
  2. Highly organized.
  3. Able to manage a multitude of details (including paperwork); stays proactive while juggling these issues.
  4. Possess a natural inclination to reach out, build relationships, and uncover issues before the client calls Northwestern Benefit.
  5. Very comfortable with typical business technology including voice mail, e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software.

VII.   Physical Requirements/Miscellaneous

  1. Valid Driver’s License.
  2. Reliable vehicle.
  3. Some light to moderate lifting & moving of enrollment supplies/materials.
  4. Some travel might be involved, including overnight and airline travel.

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Sales Specialist

Department: Sales

Location: Atlanta, GA

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Position Summary

 

The Sales Specialist drives new client acquisition by providing strategic solutions to prospective clients. Responsibilities include prospecting new clients and making business presentations. The Sales Specialist focuses on developing new accounts and owns the entire sales process, all the while delivering world class customer service, laying the groundwork for long term business relationships.

 

The Sales Specialist prospects and obtains new business with employers of all sizes, primarily in the Georgia market.  This position has production goals and is expected to meet annual sales targets.  

 

Position Responsibilities

  1. Generate leads through networking, obtaining referrals, developing lead sources and making sales calls.
  2. Identify prospect’s needs and develop potential opportunities for Northwestern Benefit solutions.
  3. Initiate consistent prospect contact through all phases of the complex sales process.
  4. Understand and articulate Northwestern Benefit service and consulting expertise to effectively represent our organizational capabilities and market advantage to clients. 
  5. Monitor personal sales results and performance metrics to achieve target goals.  
  6. Attain prospecting and sales production goals.
  7. Transition new clients in partnership with the consulting and service teams. Includes leading effective internal and external client transition meetings. 
  8. Update and manage a prospect database using Brokerage Builder / Zywave). 
  9. Engage in continuous self-improvement in order to increase knowledge of the employee benefits.
  10. Fully participate in internal sales meetings and training opportunities. 
  11. Develop and maintain internal relationships consistent with corporate culture and tenets.

 

 

Knowledge & Experience Required

  1. Three to five years of direct sales experience
  2. Experience prospecting, networking and nurture marketing
  3. Insurance / Employee Benefit industry knowledge a plus
  4. Georgia accident, sickness and life license (or the ability to acquire the license) is required.
  5. 4 year college degree preferred
  6. Proficient with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint)
  7. Zywave product knowledge preferred (Brokerage Builder, Broker Briefcase, MyWave, HR Connect) 

Talents & Strengths Required

  1. Excellent communicator (in writing and speaking) and excellent listener.
  2. Pleasantly Persistent—follows up with prospects regularly.
  3. Empathy and sincerity—presents self genuinely, with a concern for the other person.
  4. Responsibility—trustworthy, honest, and dependable.
  5. Persuasive—presents Northwestern Benefit in a manner where the prospective client can grasp our differentiation and his/her own need.
  6. Resilient—bounces back quickly and fully from those who choose not to join Northwestern Benefit.
  7. Self-Assurance/Self-Confidence.
  8. Able to work well independently while placed in a team environment.

 

Physical Requirements/Miscellaneous

  1. Driver’s license and reliable transportation; position requires frequent travel mostly in the State of Georgia
  2. Ability to speak and hear; position requires making sales presentations and conducting discussions with prospects and clients

 

Reporting/Accountability

Reports to:        Director of Sales

Supervises:         None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This position description is not intended to be all-inclusive, but to provide a general scope of the person and the position, outlining the primary responsibilities, reporting structure, and knowledge/talents/strengths required to succeed. It is not a contract. 

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