Manage workers engaged in maintaining records of Insurance Agents.
What does an Agency Appointments Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in maintaining records of insurance company agents’ appointments, licenses, certification, and sales contracts: Confers with superior, subordinates, and personnel in other departments to plan and coordinate work schedules. Evaluates work of AGENT-LICENSING CLERKS and returns faulty work with instructions for correction or rework. Conducts periodic job-performance reviews and recommends appropriate personnel action. Gives orientation to and trains new workers, or assigns employee to experienced worker for training. Performs work of and assists subordinates to maintain production schedules. Performs duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.