Sales Associate

Company Name:
State Farm Insurance
Here is the introductory e-mail that I have been sending out to potential candidates to apply for my opportunity:
I will be opening my State Farm Insurance Agency in Tinley Park on 8/1 after 27 years with State Farm on the Operations side. If you know of any competitive, sales-oriented people who want a job in insurance and financial services sales with a great company and a chance to open and own their own Agency within 2-5 years, please pass this e-mail on. Paid 90-day training will start May, 2014. My opportunity info and details are below.
Ken A.
This opportunity is for potential employment with our new State Farm Agency opening in the Tinley Park, Matteson, IL area with paid training starting May, 2014.
The Application Process--Please have potential candidates log into the link below from my CareerPlug site to fill out the required application, a quick initial questionnaire and attach a resume. That information will then come right back to me, I will review it and determine if the candidate is a possible fit. If so, I will then send an e-mail requesting the candidate complete two very quick assessments. From there, possible phone and face-to-face interviews will follow to determine employment.
BRIEF Job DescriptionAre you a highly-motivated, competitive, commission-oriented, sales-driven person who wants to own your own business in 2 to 5 years? If you want to be a part of a great team at our State Farm Insurance and Financial Services Agency, help others and start a great career in the Insurance Sales and Financial Services arena with the potential to own your own business, please start the application process by doing the following:
Direct prospects to the Ken Anderson State Farm Jobs Page URL (http://KenAnderson-1.SFAgentJobs.com/) to learn more and apply.
This is my site on CareerPlug. Candidates need to apply here, take a quick initial questionnaire and submit their resume.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call my cell 24/7 7 days a week at 815-370-5750. Thanks for your assistance!!!!!
Ken AndersonState Farm Insurance

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