Hot Job: Work from Home Manager for MetLife

Looking for a job? Here's a cool opportunity that just might be a great new start for the right person.

The position: Regional life insurance manager for MetLife (Stock Quote: MET)

Location: Virtual (work from home)

Job duties: Provides external wholesale and marketing services to specified accounts and territories. Drives product sales by promoting life insurance products through third parties, or by creating and providing business plans, sales goals, training and support for producers. May conduct product training and product sales seminars. Identifies customer needs and available resources to support planned sales activity. May act as a team leader. Assists with developing business plans, producer training, prospecting support and point of sale work. Builds and maintains strong relationships to foster and build sales growth.

The company: MetLife is a major provider of insurance and other financial services.

Requirements: Requires bachelor's degree or equivalent experience. Must have at least seven years of experience successfully selling or servicing related products. Requires state life insurance licenses and NASD Series 6 or 7.

Extra perks: MetLife provides retirement plans, disability plans and company-paid life insurance. There's also a tuition assistance program, fitness programs and adoption assistance.

Interesting info: MetLife serves more than 70 million customers around the world. The company was named a 2010 Top Company for Executive Women by the National Association for Female Executives.

Other opportunities: The company has other work from home openings, including opportunities for fulfillment center managers and supervisors, customer contact representatives and mortgage consultants. They also need reverse mortgage consultants to work on a 100% commission basis.

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