Armed Forces Benefits Network strives to serve the men and women of the US military and their families. Through financial education and various complimentary services, AFBN helps individuals optimize their military benefits.
AFBN is currently seeking to hire Field Service Representatives to join their team.
Established in 1990, Armed Forces Benefits Network has facilitated effective economic education for Federal Department of Defense employees for nearly 30 years. Trickling all the way down from management, AFBN’s employees are strengthened by personal ties to the US military. Most financial professionals at Armed Forces Benefits Network served their country as service-members. The close-to-home nature of their work inspires the members of the AFBN team to go the extra mile for their brothers and sisters serving in all branches of the US military.
Returning to the civilian workforce can be a challenging transition for service veterans. Although prior service is not a requirement of employment at Armed Forces Benefits Network, the financial services company encourages veterans to apply.
Now Hiring: Field Service Representatives
Currently, AFBN has positions available for Field Service Representatives. This entry level position serves a crucial role in facilitating the Network’s financial services. Field Service Representatives are responsible for completing:
- Military benefits analysis
- Risk management
- Tax preparation and planning
- Retirement planning
Launching or continuing your career in finance with Armed Forces Benefits Network is a fantastic way to give back to the men and women of the US military. In particular, the role of Field Service Representative keeps family-oriented team members in mind. Schedules are flexible and part-time, allowing for a balanced lifestyle of professional and personal time. Depending on prior experience, Field Service Representatives earn salaries between $25,000 and $50,000 annually.
With locations across the nation, Armed Forces Benefits Network aims to provide their services to as many Federal DoD employees and military members as possible. AFBN service centers are located in 11 states, including:
No matter what rank or branch a service member is a part of, AFBN cares about their financial welfare. Through services the likes of Debt Consolidation, Spouse and Family Insurance, VA Home Loan Information and more, AFBN strives to provide clarity to their clients. Dedicated to helping individuals make smart and informed financial decisions, AFBN’s team members are committed to making a difference in the lives of service members and their dependents.
To apply for a Field Service Representative position at Armed Forces Benefits Network, visit their Career Information page for details.
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