Golden Opportunity – Preneed Sales – Virginia
Immediate opening in Virginia for experienced Sales Person helping families pre-plan and pre-fund their funerals.
Start a rewarding sales career with a national company that is a leader in its field. We will place you in a prestigious funeral home location and provide you with local leads to work on. Sales training will be provided as well as a competitive compensation package including benefits and bonuses.
If you are motivated by helping others to plan for their future needs and want to achieve financial success, join this exploding field today with one of the Nation’s largest Independent Preneed organizations.
- Current Virginia Funeral Director’s license
- Current Virginia Life Insurance & Annuity license (or willing to obtain one)
- Self-motivated and willing to learn
- Excellent communication & organizational skills
- Experience in preneed sales preferred but not required
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