Do you have two to five or more years’ experience in insurance sales? Do you have your property and casualty license?
Then you may find a position as a personal lines producer for an insurance agency in Tulare, California.
The position will see you prospecting for new business as well as taking good care of your existing customers. You’ll also work to help ensure your customers have the type and amount of insurance critical to their safe future. You’ll also help assist in inquiries regarding the firm’s coverage, policies, premium payments and other matters.
It’s helpful if you’re bilingual in Spanish, but not required.
Now let’s tell you a bit about Tulare. This town of 60,000 is located smack in the middle of California’s farm country, the Central San Joaquin Valley. The city got its start in 1872 when it served as San Joaquin Valley headquarters for the Southern Pacific Railroad, but turned to agriculture when the railroad moved its HQ to the south in Bakersfield in 1891.
There’s not much natural water in Tulare, and the table water is a bit deep. Still, city residents in the late 1800s founded the Tulare Irrigation District and, with $500,000 in bonds, constructed an extensive canal system from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the east (Tulare is just about two hours west of Sequoia National Park). Tulare paid off the bonds by 1903.
Farming remains the main industry of Tulare. The town sits on some of the most productive farmland on the planet and its central location in the Central Valley makes it exceptionally attractive to food processors and distributors.
Tulane is close in proximity to Los Angeles (about a four-hour drive to the south) and San Francisco (about the same drive to the north), both close enough for a wonderful weekend getaway.
In addition, the aforementioned Sequoia National Park, as well as the Sequoia National Forest, is just a short two-hour jaunt away. You’ll find some of the country’s – if not the world’s – most spectacular natural scenery there. You’ll also be able to enjoy great hiking, camping, mountain biking, fishing, rock climbing, white-water rafting, and so on. If you can do it outdoors, you’ll find it in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Does this position sound interesting?