Sales manager

Are you ready to take your sales management career to the next level? Learn how you can team up with Colonial Life to build a team and grow without limits.

A plan for success

As a sales manager, you’ll build a team of independent contractor agents in a designated geographic market identified for tremendous growth potential. With assistance from your territory support network, you’ll enjoy ongoing access to professional development resources to help fuel your success.


Personalize training through field classes, online courses and home office instruction

Reach decision-makers with competitive offerings and comprehensive benefits

Leverage marketing programs to help build a strong community presence

Grow with no limits

As a 1099 independent contractor, you determine your earning potential — with no income caps or growth limits. Starting with your training period, you’ll have the potential to benefit from real-time work experience. We don’t cap your income or limit how much you can grow. With Colonial Life, the only limits are the ones you set for yourself.

  • Earn a commission based on a percentage of your sales
  • Receive bonuses for achieving sales targets and milestones
  • Unlock renewal income from your existing block of business

The career you’ve always wanted starts here

Working with Colonial Life gives you the freedom and flexibility to grow your business, with the tools you need to make a difference. As a sales manager you'll play a critical role in offering voluntary worksite benefits to employees that help protect their finances when the unexpected occurs, like an accident, illness or injury.

Our industry-leading products include:

  • Accident Insurance
  • Cancer Insurance
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Hospital Confinement Insurance
  • Accident Insurance

Unlock your income potential

Begin a new, rewarding chapter in your professional career.

This is an independent contractor position which allows you the opportunity to be in business for yourself, but not by yourself. All individuals must be authorized to work in the United States.