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Marketing Representative Special Markets



FLSA: Nonexempt


Position Summary: Provide technical and administrative support to management and senior members of Sales & Marketing, specializing in the Special Markets division.


? Provide back-up support for Special Markets on agent support phone line for illustrations, supplies, product information.


? Coordinate, facilitate and administer various Sales and Marketing incentive and field support programs/fliers.


? Assist?appropriate personnel?with various field support, including organizing various meetings/events/conventions as needed/requested.


? Provide administrative assistance to Special Markets VP and Account Director, as well as CMO.


? Provide clerical support to Special Markets VP as needed--travel arrangements, expense processing, and budget tracking and correspondence.


? Process, for the Special Markets division, the ordering of all needed supplies for agents and meeting purposes to include printing, organizing, packaging and shipping for training sessions and conferences.


? Create, update, and maintain all of the Special Markets kit lists for specific personnel.


? Process daily recruiting requests for Special Markets, providing?appropriate contact information and ordering of 1st appointment and initial supply kits as needed.




? Basic working knowledge of Columbian Financial Group products and services or life insurance background.

? Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point (document creation, data manipulation, database and report creation skills).


? Keyboarding, 40wpm+.


? Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


? Strong interpersonal skills.


? Detail oriented.


? Ability to work independently, to balance, prioritize, and handle multiple tasks at one time.


? Strong problem solving skills and critical thinking skills.


? Handle tasks with confidentiality when appropriate.


? Associates Degree or like work experience preferred.


EOE/Drug-Free Workplace




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