Catholic United Financial offers sales career benefits to our Sales Representatives, along with competitive salary offerings, commissions and opportunities for advancement.
We support you with ongoing training, mentoring, insurance, pension and more employee benefits to support you as you build your book of business and reputation as a community resource.
During the first year, we provide new Sales Representatives financial assistance with the licensing process, plus a laptop computer, software and mobile internet connection.
Competitive starting W-2 income
New Sales Representatives earn a starting W-2 income for 24 months. Bonuses, sales contests, production awards and commissions supplement your earnings as you develop and grow your book of business.
Continuing Education and Credentialing Programs
Catholic United Financial is committed to investing in its employees through continued education and training and provides an Education Expense and Tuition Reimbursement Program. Catholic United Financial requires all Sales Representatives to successfully complete the Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) designation program within 18 months of their date of hire. The Association assumes the cost of all study materials (books, etc.) for coursework through the National Association of Fraternal Insurance Counsellors to earn the FIC designation. Catholic United Financial offers tuition reimbursement for successful completion of coursework through any of the following industry specific education programs: Life Underwriting Training Council (LUTC) and the fellow program (LUTCF), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL) and Certified Senior Advisor (CSA).
Health and Dental Insurance
Regular full time employees and regular part time employees scheduled to work a minimum of 30 hours per week are eligible to participate in the health and dental insurance plans following one month of employment, in most cases. Health insurance premiums may be deducted pre-tax.
Catholic United Financial provides disability insurance to provide financial security for regular full time employees in the event of extended illness and injuries not covered by workers’ compensation or other disability funds. The benefit pays a percentage of the employee’s current base earnings up to a maximum amount.
Defined Benefit Plan
The purpose of the Defined Benefit (or pension) Plan is to provide retirement benefits in addition to benefits an employee may receive from Social Security and from their own personal savings and investments. The entire cost of funding for this Plan is provided by Catholic United Financial and is another one of our sales career benefits.
Catholic United Financial 401(k) Plan provides employees with the opportunity to save for retirement on a tax-advantaged basis. Eligible employees may elect to contribute a portion of their compensation to the Plan. Catholic United may make a discretionary matching contribution to the Plan equal to up to 3 percent of your compensation.
Director of Administration
Catholic United Financial is a member of the
American Fraternal Alliance