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Insurance Officer Intern

Frontier Farm Credit Beatrice, NE

Job Summary

As an Insurance Officer at Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) you will have the opportunity to learn the primary responsibilities of an insurance officer, develop and build on your sales skills, manage portfolios and be a part of a supportive team. Youll have the opportunity to build lasting relationships with customers, teammates and support the local communities that you serve.

Our interns work on projects that matterand teams will rely on your skills and insights to help deliver those projects to market. Youll get the opportunity to work on real projects and have fun along the way.

FCSAmerica isagreat place to work. You see it in our people and the relationships they have with each other and our customers. Our passion and commitment to serving both rural America and each other is key to our success in the marketplace.Join FCSAmerica today and help us shape the future of agriculture.

Here are a few things youll be doing as an Insurance Officer Intern:

  • Exposure to sales production of insurance products to customers and non-customer prospects.
  • Learn resources and techniques for prospecting new customers.
  • Observe marketing/sales and prospecting calls by Insurance Officers.
  • Assist Insurance Officers with organizing and coordinating insurance programs within assigned marketing areas.
  • Learn multi-peril and hail insurance products offered by Farm Credit Services of America.
  • Promote Farm Credit Services of America through various public activities.
  • Learn general office procedures. Conduct mailings on various Farm Credit of America promotions or products.
  • Attend staff meetings and participate, if applicable.
  • Observe support roles and responsibilities.
  • Complete special projects assigned.

Travel Time

  • Travel will be required to the Omaha office three times during the 12-week internship. Orientation, mid-summer and final presentation, dates TBD.

Education Requirements

  • Currently pursuing a bachelors or masters degree in Ag Business, Accounting, Finance, Agricultural Economics, Animal Science or similar degree
  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills (both written and verbal)
  • Strong desire to gain further understanding of the ag finance, lending and credit business
  • Available for a 12-week internship during summer 2024

Who is Farm Credit Services ofAmerica

FCSAmerica is a leading provider of credit and crop insurance to farmers, ranchers, and agribusinesses in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. It takes a lot of expertise to meet the needs of todays agricultural industry, and our 1,700 employees provide that in areas of lending, risk management, technology, marketing, customer and employee education.

We are headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, and support our customers and their rural communities from 43 local offices across our four-state territory. We take pride in serving every aspect of agriculture, from the young and beginning producer to some of the nations largest and most complex agribusinesses. The satisfaction that comes with serving an industry vital to all our lives shows in teammate surveys. FCSAmerica regularly is voted a top place to work.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Date Posted September 15, 2023
Date Closes October 15, 2023
Requisition 902-en_US
Located In Beatrice, NE
SOC Category 00-0000.00

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