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If you have a current resume please copy and paste it in the box below. *Please note that only Microsoft Word or .txt documents can be accepted.* Please complete as much of the Application as possible and click submit at the bottom of the form. If you do not have a resume, please continue with the Application form without a resume. Once you have completed your Application and clicked on Submit you have electronically signed your application and additional instructions will follow.


Employment Records

Employment Records(Most Recent)
Employment Records(Second Most Recent)
Employment Records(Third Most Recent)

Criminal Background

Criminal Background

Do not answer this question if you live in the state of Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York or Rhode Island; the city of Newark, NJ; the city of Philadelphia, PA or Montgomery County & Prince George County, MD.

California Applicants: You may answer No with respect to any conviction for a marijuana offense if the conviction occurred more than two years prior to the date this application is completed. In addition, do not provide any information regarding a referral to and participation in any pre-trial or post-trial diversion program.

Hawaii / Minnesota Applicants: Do not respond to this question until you have been given a conditional offer of employment.

A conviction does not mean you cannot be hired. The offense and how recently you were convicted will be evaluated in relation to the job for which you are applying.

Skill Set

Skill Set
Account Manager
Account Support
Actuary, Adjuster
Call Center Representative
Claims Support
Customer Service Representative
Data Entry
Information Technology (IT)
Licensed Agent
Underwriting Assistant


Terms and Conditions

I certify that the statements I have made are true and correct and without material omission. I understand that making false statements or omitting pertinent facts is sufficient cause for rejection or dismissal from employment. I authorize obtaining information from any person(s), employers, educational institutions, licensing authorities, and/or law enforcement agencies concerning my background, work habits, skill or conduct on the job, with the exception of past employer(s) I have indicated that are not to be contacted. I hereby release such person or entities from all liability for damages for issuing such information.

When I am employed I agree that if at any time I make claims for personal injuries, I will submit myself, upon written request, to examination by a physician or physicians of employer's selection, at employer's expense, as often as may be requested.

I also agree that if I am employed, now or at any time in the future, my employment may be terminated at any time without liability to me for wages or salary except for such wages or salary which I earned prior to the date of my termination. I understand the term of my employment shall be limited to the duration of any assignment that I accept.

I am aware that Public Law 91-508, known as the Fair Credit Reporting Act, requires the employer to inform me that a routine inquiry may be made that will provide applicable information concerning my character, my general reputation, my personal characteristics and my credit history. Upon written request, I will provide additional information as to the nature and scope of the inquiry or any report which is produced.

I understand that I am applying for temporary or contract assignments. The completion of the this application process shall constitute a conditional offer of employment subject to my availability and the availability of customer assignments calling for the skill and qualifications that I possess, and I agree to consider acceptance of such assignments.

Please take a moment to review your application. Indicate that you have read the above statement by entering your initials in the box below and creating an electronic signature. To complete this application, click on the Submit Application button.

Resume Tips


There are many theories about resume length but despite what you may have read or been told, there are no real rules governing resume length. Different employers look for different things on a candidates resumes. Generally speaking, you usually should limit yourself to a maximum of two pages. However, don’t cut the meat out of your resume simply to make it conform to an arbitrary standard. Conversely, do not feel you have to use two pages if one will do.

Career Summary

A Career Summary can be useful as the first item on a resume, but it should not be lengthy – limited to about four lines. The Summary should emphasize the career growth from the start to the present without much detail of individual jobs. Most employers want to see growth in the individual’s business skills, because they want to hire persons who show the ability to grow with their jobs. Be certain to show in the Career Summary the existence of post graduate degrees and/or business academic degrees that have been earned.

Job Entries

The entries of past/present jobs should concentrate on the career development learning and experiences, along with the basic job functions which should be stated in the broadest possible terms. Each career job entry should be as concise as possible. Highlight the key functions, rather than listing all of them. The last job or two should be elaborated upon the most, with the oldest or early career jobs being described more briefly. Always proof read for spelling and punctuation two or three times slowly.

Grammar and Spelling

Grammar and spelling are highly important. Poor grammar and spelling mistakes will doom a resume to the trash basket.

Miscellaneous Information

In order to keep the resume focused and concise, leave out personal hobbies, family information and other information not related to the career field.

If you need help writing your resume for the first time or are looking to revamp your current resume you can do a web search as there are literally thousands of sites that can help you out.