Evaluate character and ability of agents to sell insurance for the company.
What does an Agent Contract Clerk do?
Evaluates character and ability of prospective agents, and approves their contracts to sell insurance for company: Reviews prospect’s application for employment, inspection report, and recommendations to evaluate applicant’s character and qualifications. Approves contract if applicant meets company requirements. Corresponds with agency to explain rejection of prospect. Sends application and fee for license to licensing agency. Notifies licensing agency of agent’s contract termination. May prepare bulletins to inform insurance agency personnel of revisions in company practices and procedures.