An MLGA’s success depends on the success of his or her agents. As part of our leadership in the field, MLGAs help our insurance agents cultivate the strong, client-focused relationships that are the hallmark of American National.
Springfield, MO (PRWEB) April 19, 2014
American National is seeking candidates for entrepreneurial sales management opportunities across the country. In the role of Multiple Line General Agents (MLGAs), American National’s sales managers work as independent contractors to recruit, select, train and motivate new agents to succeed in the sale of American National insurance products.
Candidates for American National’s MLGA opportunities must have a strong sense of independence and should be dedicated to agency growth. Ideal MLGAs are sales professionals who possess a variety of leadership skills, including the ability to train others in the best practices of running an insurance agency.
American National’s MLGAs recruit promising talent through the Agent Career Program* (a training program for new agents), launched in April 2013, thereby contributing to the company’s goal of doubling its multiple line agent force by 2020. They are fully invested in agent development and train prospective insurance agents in setting client appointments, using software and conducting sales presentations to prepare them to meet client needs.
“An MLGA’s success depends on the success of his or her agents. As part of our leadership in the field, MLGAs help our insurance agents cultivate the strong, client-focused relationships that are the hallmark of American National,” said Gary Lukovich, vice president of multiple line distribution and sales.
American National is dedicated to integrity, compliance and trust and is seeking highly motivated individuals who will uphold this reputation. As an insurance company that boasts a long history of financial stability, American National is able to provide MLGAs with exceptional on-site training and ongoing educational opportunities.
Dedicated professionals looking for a flexible schedule, an entrepreneurial endeavor, opportunities for leadership and unlimited income potential will find the role of a Multiple Line General Agent with American National an attractive sales management opportunity.
About American National: American National is comprised of several distinct entities. The parent company, American National Insurance Company, is headquartered in Galveston, Texas and was chartered in 1905. In an effort to offer additional personal lines of insurance to its client base, American National established a dedicated property and casualty company in 1973. That company, American National Property And Casualty Company, is located in Springfield, Mo. To better serve the unique insurance needs of the agricultural market, American National acquired the Farm Family group of insurance companies in 2001.
American National’s exclusive, independent contractor agents offer life insurance; annuities; and property and casualty insurance for personal lines (including auto insurance coverage), agribusiness and targeted commercial exposures. American National agents serve individuals, families and business owners. Please visit anpac.com, farmfamily.com or anico.com for more information.
*Agent candidates receive paid training through Kelly OCG Services, a third party company contracted with American National.
American National Insurance Company is licensed to conduct the business of insurance in all states except New York. In New York, business is conducted by New York licensed subsidiaries. American National is a group of companies writing a broad array of insurance products and services. Products and services may not be available in all states. Terms, conditions and eligibility requirements will apply.
Life insurance and annuity products may be issued through American National Insurance Company, Galveston, Texas; Farm Family Life Insurance Company, Glenmont, New York; or American National Life Insurance Company of New York, Glenmont, New York. Property and casualty products and services may be issued by American National Property And Casualty Company, Springfield, Missouri, American National General Insurance Company; Pacific Property And Casualty Company (California); ANPAC Louisiana Insurance Company (Louisiana); American National Lloyds Insurance Company and American National County Mutual Insurance Company (Texas); Farm Family Casualty Insurance Company, Glenmont, New York; or United Farm Family Insurance Company, Glenmont, New York. Not all companies are licensed in all states. Each company has financial responsibility only for the products and services it issues.