What to Expect

When you work at an Allstate agency, you have the freedom and autonomy of working in a small business and the resources, reputation and support of the Allstate brand.

As an Allstate agency staff member, you can expect to support the Allstate agency by:

  • Quoting customers on Allstate’s product portfolio
  • Planning, measuring and implementing sales goals
  • Developing new business through leads and referrals
  • Building and maintaining strong relationships
  • Consistently delivering excellent customer service

Agency owners are looking for candidates who enjoy learning and have a passion for helping others. While holding a current property and casualty license is a plus, you don't have to be licensed to build a successful career with an Allstate agency. In fact, a background in a different industry is often beneficial. Apply today and see how a career at an Allstate agency can help build your future.

 
To someone considering a role as an LSP—ask yourself if you enjoy feeling like you have a stake in a small business. It’s an incredible opportunity to do good work, every single day, and help people.
Stuart Price
John Larson Agency
Being an LSP is a great way to meet new people, develop customer service skills, and help community members with their insurance needs.
Danny Norberg
Cary Cox Agency
I was able to get licensed quickly by using the Education resources Allstate has available. This is a great opportunity for those who want to provide a meaningful service while building a career for themselves.
Leanne Hall
John Edwards Agency

 

 

Contact us at:
WestCentralLSPRecruitment@allstate.com

Learn More & Apply Allstate agents are independent contractors representing Allstate and are not Allstate Insurance Company employees. As an agency staff member, you will be an employee of the agency and will not be an employee of Allstate Insurance Company or its affiliates.