Licensing & Registration Associate

Finance Edison, New Jersey


Description

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Review and process FINRA registration paperwork for new agents and existing Representatives and IAR licensing paperwork for existing Representatives according to company standards and procedures.
  • Process additional state registrations, exam requests and Representative terminations.
  • Conduct independent research to resolve problems that may arise with the registration paperwork.
  • Input information from processed paperwork into both a secure Internet site (Web CRD) and the Mainframe system.
  • Process fingerprint information and compile records from a secure Internet site (BIG).
  • All transactions are 100% quality controlled for accuracy, scanned to the IOD system, filed in the area and eventually prepped for warehousing.
  • Post new mail, as well as maintain and complete items on Mail Logging System.
  • Utilizes various databases to store and send information to separate department units.
  • Compiles statistics and reports for management.
  • Communicate with sales force via email, telephone and written correspondence.
  • Provide forms and instructions to reps and managers for the licensing of new representatives.
  • Interact with state insurance departments to steer applications through the license process.
  • Maintain pre-licensing facilities in the various states.
  • Maintain procedures for the licensing process in the various states.
  • Maintain proper license status for FFS in the various states.
  • Keep up to date with changes in the licensing process in the various states.
  • Cross-train in other BD Operations departments, work on projects and provide research when necessary.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • College preferred

EXPERIENCE AND BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Self-starterv  Ability to multi-task and work in a team environmentv  Ability to work with minimal supervisionv  Ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing
  • Strong organizational and follow-up abilities
  • Detail oriented
  • Very good computer skills (accurate and timely keyboard skills)
  • PC experience (preferred - in Microsoft Word and Excel knowledge a plus)
  • Excellent phone skills
  • Pleasant personality
  • Reliable/willingness to work overtime, as needed (after 5:00 p.m.)
  • Motivated, focused and strong desire to learn and grow in the Company

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • Office



Foresters Financial is an equal opportunity employer.