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Field Sales & Support Careers at Allstate
We work directly with Allstate business owners and their staff to increase growth in the Financial Services and Property and Casualty areas. Using our expertise in recruiting, coaching, and training—as well as sales production—we make a valuable impact by providing our partners with the resources they need to grow sales, increase agent appointments, and boost market share all across the country.
Why work in Field Sales & Support at Allstate?
You’ll have the opportunity to develop and grow your career, with a visible career path starting with Agency Process Associate all the way through Field Sales Leader.
You’ll be supported and empowered by our training network.
You’ll work for a brand that has a strong reputation in the marketplace.
What will position you for success working in Field Sales & Support here?
Outstanding customer service to agency owners
The ability to lead others
The flexibility to work in a fluid environment
Excellent influence and negotiation skills
Strong collaboration skills with team members
What are the unique perks & benefits opportunities for Field Sales & Support professionals?
Field travel to agency offices
Monthly territory meetings for education, benchmarking, and sharing
Sales Academy twice per year
Certificate and exam support (subject to manager approval)
What different types of work does this career area focus on?
Consultation with agency owners
Working within cross-functional teams to support agency owners
What impact does Field Sales & Support have within the company?
A Sales career has a direct impact on our agency owners. The processes our Field Sales & Support professionals help install in the agency translate directly to success for our customers.
Awards & Recognition
Allstate is committed to being an industry leader.
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