Jobs Available at American Family

On the blog, we talk a lot about what it’s like to work at American Family, along with tips for interviewing, information about recruiting and so forth.

But now, the rubber is hitting the road, and I’m happy to tell you that we have many job openings! Hopefully, you’ve learned a bit about American Family from reading this blog and our company website.

If you think working here would be a good fit for you, take a look at the positions that are currently open.

Policy Sales and Service Representatives
Service, sell, quote, and bind coverage for prospects and customers of American Family Insurance

Customer Care Center Associate Representatives
Learn investigation and settlement techniques necessary to establish a career in Claims

Billing Care Representatives
Resolve billing-related inquiries for American Family Insurance agencies and customers

The insurance industry has a broad range of career options. We’ll get you started by providing the training. If you are uncertain, check out Matt’s recent post. Or listen to Curtis talk about his AmFam internship this summer. For more information and job opportunities, visit



  1. Jacob Yeamans
    Posted February 3, 2011 at 7:25 pm | Permalink

    Hi There!!

    I am in Jeff Close’s class at MATC, and I wanted respond to a AMFAM blog.

    Thank you!!

    J.P. Yeamans

  2. Erek Isensee
    Posted February 10, 2011 at 5:49 pm | Permalink

    My name is Erek Isensee and I am in Jeff Close’s class at MATC Madison. Jeff offered extra credit to those who posted on this blog, so I am posting. I have a friend that works at AmFam in the IS dept. and he talks very highly of his job. AmFam sounds like a pretty good company to work for.

  3. B. Booth
    Posted February 10, 2011 at 6:28 pm | Permalink

    Hi im from Jeff Close’s class at MATC as well, but I will comment on the blog.

    I think it would be really cool to be part of the claims department, mainly because you get to see all the crazy situations people get themselfs into.

    Ex. Car runs over sharp un-seeable object in road, losses control and slams into a parked car totaling both vehicles. Whos at fault?

    B. Booth

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