Investment specialist position
Anyone have any details about the Investment Specialist position at Northwestern Mutual. Recruiter called me this morning. Before I agree to talk just thought I would see if anyone might have some insight. Thanks for the help!
[quote=sgd5405]Anyone have any details about the Investment Specialist position at Northwestern Mutual. Recruiter called me this morning. Before I agree to talk just thought I would see if anyone might have some insight. Thanks for the help![/quote]
When you asked the recruiter what it meant and he refused to answer, what did you say?
Actually I haven't talked to the recruiter yet, she just left me a message to call regarding the position. I didn't really know they had such a thing so I thought I would see if anyone had any insight, before I called her back.
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Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
1 Position Available
Work in Omaha, Nebraska
40 hours per week
Equal Opportunity Employer
Notice: Smoke-Free Environment.
9300 Underwood Ave Ste 500
Omaha, NE 68114
Fax: (402) 390-8297
Local Fortune 500 financial services firm is accepting resumes for its investment specialist position. Specialist will assist senior specialist in:
*various client acquisition opportunities
*partnerning with less experienced producers
*strategic planning, training and development
Ideal candidate has at least 2 years industry experience and has built up a book of business.
Compensation includes enhanced grid placement, revenue from shared projects and investment department performance stipend.
To apply, call Blair Sinnett at (402) 390-8297 or e-mail your resume to [email protected]
The biggest question about that position is can you effectively team up w/ the life reps and have them send you business. No matter what you say, the NW Mutual guys that I have know to the high end work, but they don’t know anything about managing portfolios. They used to own Baird, so they “used” to have a decent platform to do business, but Baird bought themselves back, so who knows what kind of investment platform you have. I’m sure you will get at least a 50% payout and you might actually be 1099 like the life reps. It never hurts to check it out!
Thanks for the help guys. Yeah I had already seen the position details at the website just thought I would see if anyone had any real life experience. Thanks again.