Member Benefits Consultants careers
Do you want to support public school employees?
Are you looking for a part-time role with flexible hours?
Do you enjoy helping public school employees take ownership in their financial future?
If you answered YES, you might be the person we are looking for.
Member Benefits is committed to the financial security of Wisconsin public school employees. We are looking for current or former Wisconsin public school employees who can help provide financial mentoring to other Wisconsin public school employees.
We are looking for:
Part-time Financial Consultants
Wisconsin K–12 Public Education Field
WEA Member Benefits (Member Benefits) seeks extraordinary current or former Wisconsin public school employees interested in working part-time as Member Benefits Consultants. Successful candidates will have a familiarity with the Wisconsin educational community as well as a deep understanding of the financial needs and concerns of K–12 public school employees. Working as a consultant for Member Benefits provides personal satisfaction and enjoyment, an opportunity to stay connected to the educational community, and extra income.
Member Benefits was created more than 50 years ago by WEAC to enhance the financial security of Wisconsin K–12 public school employees. We are a leading provider of voluntary retirement savings and personal insurance products to Wisconsin K–12 public school employees.
- Identify potential eligible Wisconsin public school employees interested in Member Benefits programs.
- Assist educators and their families in selecting products that help increase their financial security.
- Enroll eligible Wisconsin public school employees into 403(b) and IRA programs.
- Refer Wisconsin public school employees to insurance consultants.
- Work effectively with Member Benefits employees.
- Time is spent educating others.
- Current Wisconsin Life and Property and Casualty licenses and both Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 6 and 63 licenses (or the willingness and ability to obtain prior to appointment to the position).
- A “can-do” attitude and professional image.
- Strong verbal communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Competitive and goal oriented.
- Current or former Wisconsin K–12 public school employee.
- Hourly rate.
To explore this opportunity, submit your resume and we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview.Apply for MBC position
Steve was a band director for 34 years for elementary through high school students (Westfield and De Pere). “I loved it.” His wife is a fulltime technology training specialist at the elementary schools in De Pere.
Vicki taught middle school math in the Menomonee Falls and Mequon-Thiensville school districts. She also spent several years in the private sector where she focused on training, analysis, and business development with Procter & Gamble and a local pharmacy consultant. “I enjoy sharing my passion for personal finance to help others become financially secure.”
While co-owning and managing his family premium ice cream business in Chippewa Falls for 25 years, Dave also taught business and marketing courses at Chippewa Valley Technical College for several years. His wife Mary is a retired elementary teacher of 36 years. “As we go through life, circumstances change, but there’s almost always some extra funds that can be set aside to help us reach our retirement goals.”
Steve retired after 30 years of teaching high school science. He also served as a CAUSNorth UniServ board member, MTI President, and WEAC board member. “Early in my career, I attended a financial education session that got me started saving for retirement.”
Mark taught high school science for 35 years and coached high school and college football in Ripon. He was very involved in his association locally and nationally. “That spirit of serving members continues today in my work as an MBC.”
Bruce retired after thirty-one wonderful years with the Elk Mound School District. He taught government, law, economics, and English literature. Bruce also enjoyed coaching the Academic Decathlon and basketball.
John retired after 28 years of teaching chemistry and life sciences at Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids. He is also currently involved in developing a sustainable agriculture project in Honduras.