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College Savings Regional Field Representative

Position Summary:  As a member of the Union Bank 529 College Savings Group, this individual will be responsible for effectively communicating the features and benefits of the Alabama CollegeCounts 529 Fund to current and prospective clients, community groups, employers, organizations, and financial professionals.  They will be involved in coordinating and conducting grass roots calling activities across the state.  This professional will live in Alabama and travel extensively across the state of Alabama.   

Essential Functions:

  • Research new “grass-roots” opportunities to pursue within Alabama.
  • Implement “grass roots” calling campaigns and initiatives in person.
  • Call on existing relationships with financial professionals, employers, hospitals, libraries, schools, and other organizations
  • Travel to visit brokers, investment advisors, and other professionals with current business to strengthen the relationship they have with CollegeCounts.      
  • Identify, call on, and convert financial advisors into producing financial advisors.     
  • Plan, schedule appointments, and implement effective weekly travel trips throughout the state of Alabama.
  • Attend and promote CollegeCounts at various local and regional conferences and events.
  • Provide 529 College Savings Group Manager/Field Rep Coordinator with regular updates and activity.
  • Actively assist 529 Call Center with in-bound customer service calls and servicing and perform out bound calls to service advisors on weeks when in the office.
  • Understand and adhere to all bank policies, laws and regulations applicable to their role. Complete compliance training; follow internal processes and controls as required.
  • Report all compliance issues, violations of law or regulations in accordance with the steps defined in bank policies.
  • Regular and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position. 
  • Perform other job related duties or special projects as assigned. 

Preferred Talents:

  • Highly motivated individual – takes initiative and task oriented
  • Detail oriented, well-organized, self-starter with high energy
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Independent with a team orientation and coachable
  • Passion for client and prospect interaction


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Mutual fund, investment, finance, tax and/or financial planning experience preferred.
  • Project a strong professional image with ability to positively promote UBT’s 529 and service excellence philosophy.  
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and in working with other financial software.
  • Valid driver’s license with good driving record. 

Working Environment:

  • When hired, will spend a minimum of 2 months training at the UBT 529 College Savings headquarters in Lincoln, NE
  • Weekly travel required – 75% travel time
  • Lifting and/or carrying up to 40 lbs. occasionally
  • Moderate exposure to outdoor elements or hazards


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