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DescriptionAre You Ready for Aflac?
Are you a recent or soon-to-be college graduate seeking entry-level career opportunities with endless rewards and potential? Look no further than Aflac.
Aflac has a legacy of innovation that began when the company was founded in 1955 by brothers John, Paul, and Bill Amos. It was their dream to provide insurance products that would help pay for the many related, unexpected expenses associated with a covered life event or illness after witnessing their own father's brush with a serious illness.
The pursuit of that dream resulted in phenomenal growth that continues today. Now a Fortune 500 company, Aflac attracts and retains top talent by providing them with a career rich in options. And when you work at Aflac, you make a real difference in policyholders' lives, leading to a career that's both satisfying and fulfilling.
For your career, we offer possibilities and rewards, including:
A policy to promote from within
Merit increases and performance bonuses
Profit sharing 401(k), pension, and stock purchase plans
Scholarships for continuing education
Technical and industry education
Career and leadership development curriculum
ResponsibilitiesExplain products or services and prices, and answer questions from customers.
Record names, addresses, purchases, and reactions of prospects contacted.
Obtain names and telephone numbers of potential customers from sources such as telephone directories, magazine reply cards, and lists purchased from other organizations.
Adjust sales scripts to better target the needs and interests of specific individuals.
Answer telephone calls from potential customers who have been solicited through advertisements.
Telephone or write letters to respond to correspondence from customers or to follow up initial sales contacts.
Maintain records of contacts, accounts, and orders.
Schedule appointments for sales representatives to meet with prospective customers or for customers to attend sales presentations.
Conduct client or market surveys in order to obtain information about potential customers.
Deliver prepared sales talks, reading from scripts that describe products or services, in order to persuade potential customers to purchase a product or service or to make a donation.
Contact businesses or private individuals by telephone in order to solicit sales for goods or services, or to request donations for charitable causes.