Process new agents' licensing, certification, or bonding applications.
What does an Agent Licensing Clerk do?
Processes new and prospective agents’ licensing, certification, or bonding applications and forms to ensure conformance with regulations of State Insurance Commissions and bonding companies: Prepares or reviews licensing applications and other forms for completeness and accuracy, in accordance with insurance commission or bonding company requirements. Mails applications, documents, and fees to authorities and arranges appointments for examinations. Notifies company officials of applicants’ acceptance or rejection. Maintains files of correspondence, records, and reports. May compile, type, and mail to field offices changes to approved lists of medical examiners.