Thrivent Financial
Thrivent Financial is a financial services organization that helps Christians be wise with money and live generously.
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Why Thrivent?

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If you’re not familiar with Thrivent, let’s change that. We offer a broad array of products and services, including life insurance, annuities and mutual funds, plus tailored guidance from financial representatives nationwide. But that’s only part of our story.

Thrivent is also a not-for-profit membership organization of Christians. We help our nearly 2.4 million member-owners reach their financial goals so they can feel more confident about what the future has in store for them – and for their families. Plus, we support programs that improve lives close to home and around the world.

When you join our team, you’ll put your talents to work in amazing ways. You won’t just build your career; you’ll be part of a movement that’s focused on growing, innovating and serving.

Why I'm a Thrivent Financial Rep

Thrivent Culture

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A lot of companies talk about their culture, values or guiding principles when describing their work environment. We do, too – and we call it The Thrivent Way. It’s a sense of community that’s so strong, it feels almost like family when you walk in the door – in a good way!

Thrivent is a membership organization of Christians driven to do what’s right for those we serve, while also being a great place to work. Our environment promotes qualities you’d expect from a major employer – teamwork, collaboration, respect and openness. But we take it a step further.

Chapels in our corporate offices offer employees a quiet place to reflect and seek comfort. We also offer worship services during Advent and Lent for people of faith to take part in. Should a coworker suffer misfortune or if a local charity needs a helping hand, employees pull together to raise funds or collect needed supplies.

At Thrivent, gestures of generosity are common-place, not an aberration. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Thrivent Financial Opportunities

Paraplanner
SummaryOffice Location: Lake Elmo, MNThe Landmark Group, a top independent financial services team for Thrivent Financial is looking to add to their team with a Paraplanner. Landmark Group consists of Gary Tangwall and Todd Gillingham, very successful and experienced Wealth Advisors for Thrivent Financial. Gary, Todd and his team provide comprehensive, values-based, and personalized solutions for their clients' financial planning needs. Their wealth management services include free and fee-based strategies helping clients with investments, wealth management strategies, retirement income distribution strategies, and estate and charitable strategies. Thrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. Thrivent Investment Management Inc. is a FINRA and SIPC member and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial. Join their team and make a difference in Thrivent's unique mission of serving and guiding our members to be wise with money and live generously.Position summary:This full-time position provides securities licensed investment analysis and operational support to the Landmark Group. This position serves as a resource to the Landmark Group and clients in handling, researching and communicating inquiries regarding their accounts and supports the daily operations of the practice. This includes: portfolio rebalancing, executing investment trades, account service requests, investment research and portfolio management, client documentation and other team support as needed. This challenging and fast paced position centers on the client, ensuring they are provided with exemplary service and support. Our clients notice and see the difference. You are a key member of the team, continually looking at ways to grow, develop and add value.Job DescriptionTraits we are looking for:You have a knack for building and cultivating relationshipsYou are driven by serving others and want to champion every client's goals with passion and integrityYou challenge conversations strategically to create value for our clientsYou are interdependent and contribute to the success of the teamYou are aligned by Thrivent's unique missionPosition Roles/Responsibilities/AccountabilitiesFINRA Series 7 & 66 securities registered. CFP desiredYou have significant experience providing analysis with various financial planning tools and softwareMust have strong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools - MS Office Suite, data-base Salesforce (or similar), fee based platforms, MoneyGuidePro (or similar) and other related software packagesMust quickly understand the client service model (processes, next steps, follow-up) and be able to streamline and create efficiencies.Assist team in the preparation and follow-up for the member/customer meetingsComplete member service and new business forms, document actions taken and ensure processingAssists with investment research and portfolio managementProvides fund values and answer other securities (including variable insurance, mutual fund and annuities) product-related questions and/or questions related to investment advisory servicesHeavy transactional service work - excellent ability to communicate with our members via phone, email and in person in a professional and timely manner.Consistently and accurately document sensitive and confidential communicationsParticipate in seminars, workshops, client events and volunteer opportunitiesUnderstand our products and services and Thrivent Financial.As part of Thrivent Financial's recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.","value":"SummaryOffice Location: Lake Elmo, MNThe Landmark Group, a top independent financial services team for Thrivent Financial is looking to add to their team with a Paraplanner. Landmark Group consists of Gary Tangwall and Todd Gillingham, very successful and experienced Wealth Advisors for Thrivent Financial. Gary, Todd and his team provide comprehensive, values-based, and personalized solutions for their clients' financial planning needs. Their wealth management services include free and fee-based strategies helping clients with investments, wealth management strategies, retirement income distribution strategies, and estate and charitable strategies. Thrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. Thrivent Investment Management Inc. is a FINRA and SIPC member and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial. Join their team and make a difference in Thrivent's unique mission of serving and guiding our members to be wise with money and live generously.Position summary:This full-time position provides securities licensed investment analysis and operational support to the Landmark Group. This position serves as a resource to the Landmark Group and clients in handling, researching and communicating inquiries regarding their accounts and supports the daily operations of the practice. This includes: portfolio rebalancing, executing investment trades, account service requests, investment research and portfolio management, client documentation and other team support as needed. This challenging and fast paced position centers on the client, ensuring they are provided with exemplary service and support. Our clients notice and see the difference. You are a key member of the team, continually looking at ways to grow, develop and add value.Job DescriptionTraits we are looking for:You have a knack for building and cultivating relationshipsYou are driven by serving others and want to champion every client's goals with passion and integrityYou challenge conversations strategically to create value for our clientsYou are interdependent and contribute to the success of the teamYou are aligned by Thrivent's unique missionPosition Roles/Responsibilities/AccountabilitiesFINRA Series 7 & 66 securities registered. CFP desiredYou have significant experience providing analysis with various financial planning tools and softwareMust have strong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools - MS Office Suite, data-base Salesforce (or similar), fee based platforms, MoneyGuidePro (or similar) and other related software packagesMust quickly understand the client service model (processes, next steps, follow-up) and be able to streamline and create efficiencies.Assist team in the preparation and follow-up for the member/customer meetingsComplete member service and new business forms, document actions taken and ensure processingAssists with investment research and portfolio managementProvides fund values and answer other securities (including variable insurance, mutual fund and annuities) product-related questions and/or questions related to investment advisory servicesHeavy transactional service work - excellent ability to communicate with our members via phone, email and in person in a professional and timely manner.Consistently and accurately document sensitive and confidential communicationsParticipate in seminars, workshops, client events and volunteer opportunitiesUnderstand our products and services and Thrivent Financial.As part of Thrivent Financial's recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.
Paraplanner
SummaryOffice Location: Lake Elmo, MNThe Landmark Group, a top independent financial services team for Thrivent Financial is looking to add to their team with a Paraplanner. Landmark Group consists of Gary Tangwall and Todd Gillingham, very successful and experienced Wealth Advisors for Thrivent Financial. Gary, Todd and his team provide comprehensive, values-based, and personalized solutions for their clients' financial planning needs. Their wealth management services include free and fee-based strategies helping clients with investments, wealth management strategies, retirement income distribution strategies, and estate and charitable strategies. Thrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. Thrivent Investment Management Inc. is a FINRA and SIPC member and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial. Join their team and make a difference in Thrivent's unique mission of serving and guiding our members to be wise with money and live generously.Position summary:This full-time position provides securities licensed investment analysis and operational support to the Landmark Group. This position serves as a resource to the Landmark Group and clients in handling, researching and communicating inquiries regarding their accounts and supports the daily operations of the practice. This includes: portfolio rebalancing, executing investment trades, account service requests, investment research and portfolio management, client documentation and other team support as needed. This challenging and fast paced position centers on the client, ensuring they are provided with exemplary service and support. Our clients notice and see the difference. You are a key member of the team, continually looking at ways to grow, develop and add value.Job DescriptionTraits we are looking for:You have a knack for building and cultivating relationshipsYou are driven by serving others and want to champion every client's goals with passion and integrityYou challenge conversations strategically to create value for our clientsYou are interdependent and contribute to the success of the teamYou are aligned by Thrivent's unique missionPosition Roles/Responsibilities/AccountabilitiesFINRA Series 7 & 66 securities registered. CFP desiredYou have significant experience providing analysis with various financial planning tools and softwareMust have strong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools - MS Office Suite, data-base Salesforce (or similar), fee based platforms, MoneyGuidePro (or similar) and other related software packagesMust quickly understand the client service model (processes, next steps, follow-up) and be able to streamline and create efficiencies.Assist team in the preparation and follow-up for the member/customer meetingsComplete member service and new business forms, document actions taken and ensure processingAssists with investment research and portfolio managementProvides fund values and answer other securities (including variable insurance, mutual fund and annuities) product-related questions and/or questions related to investment advisory servicesHeavy transactional service work - excellent ability to communicate with our members via phone, email and in person in a professional and timely manner.Consistently and accurately document sensitive and confidential communicationsParticipate in seminars, workshops, client events and volunteer opportunitiesUnderstand our products and services and Thrivent Financial.As part of Thrivent Financial's recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.","value":"SummaryOffice Location: Lake Elmo, MNThe Landmark Group, a top independent financial services team for Thrivent Financial is looking to add to their team with a Paraplanner. Landmark Group consists of Gary Tangwall and Todd Gillingham, very successful and experienced Wealth Advisors for Thrivent Financial. Gary, Todd and his team provide comprehensive, values-based, and personalized solutions for their clients' financial planning needs. Their wealth management services include free and fee-based strategies helping clients with investments, wealth management strategies, retirement income distribution strategies, and estate and charitable strategies. Thrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. Thrivent Investment Management Inc. is a FINRA and SIPC member and a wholly owned subsidiary of Thrivent Financial. Join their team and make a difference in Thrivent's unique mission of serving and guiding our members to be wise with money and live generously.Position summary:This full-time position provides securities licensed investment analysis and operational support to the Landmark Group. This position serves as a resource to the Landmark Group and clients in handling, researching and communicating inquiries regarding their accounts and supports the daily operations of the practice. This includes: portfolio rebalancing, executing investment trades, account service requests, investment research and portfolio management, client documentation and other team support as needed. This challenging and fast paced position centers on the client, ensuring they are provided with exemplary service and support. Our clients notice and see the difference. You are a key member of the team, continually looking at ways to grow, develop and add value.Job DescriptionTraits we are looking for:You have a knack for building and cultivating relationshipsYou are driven by serving others and want to champion every client's goals with passion and integrityYou challenge conversations strategically to create value for our clientsYou are interdependent and contribute to the success of the teamYou are aligned by Thrivent's unique missionPosition Roles/Responsibilities/AccountabilitiesFINRA Series 7 & 66 securities registered. CFP desiredYou have significant experience providing analysis with various financial planning tools and softwareMust have strong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools - MS Office Suite, data-base Salesforce (or similar), fee based platforms, MoneyGuidePro (or similar) and other related software packagesMust quickly understand the client service model (processes, next steps, follow-up) and be able to streamline and create efficiencies.Assist team in the preparation and follow-up for the member/customer meetingsComplete member service and new business forms, document actions taken and ensure processingAssists with investment research and portfolio managementProvides fund values and answer other securities (including variable insurance, mutual fund and annuities) product-related questions and/or questions related to investment advisory servicesHeavy transactional service work - excellent ability to communicate with our members via phone, email and in person in a professional and timely manner.Consistently and accurately document sensitive and confidential communicationsParticipate in seminars, workshops, client events and volunteer opportunitiesUnderstand our products and services and Thrivent Financial.As part of Thrivent Financial's recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.
Community Engagement Leader - Scottsdale (East Valley)
Summary* Do you have a knack for coaching and influencing others?* Are you driven to achieve goals AND help others achieve success? * Are you natural at building relationships and networking? * Do you want to work in an organization that aligns with your values?The Community Engagement Leader is a unique role that strengthens awareness and connection to Thrivent by bringing our mission of The Thrivent Way to life. This role is divided into 3 main areas: * Working directly with our New Financial Representatives (NFRs) to coach, develop and influence their activity (business plans)* Building awareness of Thrivent - engaging members and potential members to "Come and See" more about our organization* Transforming our volunteer leadership through Action Teams, Thrivent Choice and other community programsJob DescriptionWhat you get to do:Work frequently and closely with the Regional Sales Leader (Zone Partner) to develop and execute an effective business plan for each geographic officeProvide direct support to Thrivent NFRs by coaching and execution - you are one of their key thought partners for their first three yearsEducate NFRs to think like entrepreneurs, "like successful business owners"Engage and collaborate with all Financial Representatives for the region, including annual marketing action planning to ensure new member goals are achievedParticipate in Quarterly Business Reviews with the Sales Leader providing reports, scorecards, and analyses to drive review and planningWork with NFRs to meet Christian community leaders in order to promote Thrivent's mission through volunteer opportunities, activities and events Traits we value:Leadership - You have the ability to guide, direct and advise othersTenacity - You don't give up and have proven track record of success under challenging circumstancesDrive - You set goals and consistently achieve them Persuasive -You have the ability to influence others without authorityWhat we want from you:Knowledge of small business strategy and operationsSkill in analyzing information to derive meaning and drive strategy and tacticsEnthusiasm for building relationships and connecting people Excellent interpersonal communications, collaboration and networking abilityDemonstrated ability to coach people to their full potential Experience and comfortable with presenting, and facilitating meetingsExceptional planning/organizing skillsAbility to lead through ambiguitySelf-motivation and initiativeKnowledge of the financial services industry helpfulAbility to travel up to 60% (local travel) depending on geography and location of zoneBachelor's degree preferredBilingual/Spanish preferred not required","value":"Summary* Do you have a knack for coaching and influencing others?* Are you driven to achieve goals AND help others achieve success? * Are you natural at building relationships and networking? * Do you want to work in an organization that aligns with your values?The Community Engagement Leader is a unique role that strengthens awareness and connection to Thrivent by bringing our mission of The Thrivent Way to life. This role is divided into 3 main areas: * Working directly with our New Financial Representatives (NFRs) to coach, develop and influence their activity (business plans)* Building awareness of Thrivent - engaging members and potential members to "Come and See" more about our organization* Transforming our volunteer leadership through Action Teams, Thrivent Choice and other community programsJob DescriptionWhat you get to do:Work frequently and closely with the Regional Sales Leader (Zone Partner) to develop and execute an effective business plan for each geographic officeProvide direct support to Thrivent NFRs by coaching and execution - you are one of their key thought partners for their first three yearsEducate NFRs to think like entrepreneurs, "like successful business owners"Engage and collaborate with all Financial Representatives for the region, including annual marketing action planning to ensure new member goals are achievedParticipate in Quarterly Business Reviews with the Sales Leader providing reports, scorecards, and analyses to drive review and planningWork with NFRs to meet Christian community leaders in order to promote Thrivent's mission through volunteer opportunities, activities and eventsTraits we value:Leadership - You have the ability to guide, direct and advise othersTenacity - You don't give up and have proven track record of success under challenging circumstancesDrive - You set goals and consistently achieve them Persuasive -You have the ability to influence others without authorityWhat we want from you:Knowledge of small business strategy and operationsSkill in analyzing information to derive meaning and drive strategy and tacticsEnthusiasm for building relationships and connecting people Excellent interpersonal communications, collaboration and networking abilityDemonstrated ability to coach people to their full potential Experience and comfortable with presenting, and facilitating meetingsExceptional planning/organizing skillsAbility to lead through ambiguitySelf-motivation and initiativeKnowledge of the financial services industry helpfulAbility to travel up to 60% (local travel) depending on geography and location of zoneBachelor's degree preferredBilingual/Spanish preferred not required
Community Engagement Leader - Scottsdale (East Valley)
Summary* Do you have a knack for coaching and influencing others?* Are you driven to achieve goals AND help others achieve success? * Are you natural at building relationships and networking? * Do you want to work in an organization that aligns with your values?The Community Engagement Leader is a unique role that strengthens awareness and connection to Thrivent by bringing our mission of The Thrivent Way to life. This role is divided into 3 main areas: * Working directly with our New Financial Representatives (NFRs) to coach, develop and influence their activity (business plans)* Building awareness of Thrivent - engaging members and potential members to "Come and See" more about our organization* Transforming our volunteer leadership through Action Teams, Thrivent Choice and other community programsJob DescriptionWhat you get to do:Work frequently and closely with the Regional Sales Leader (Zone Partner) to develop and execute an effective business plan for each geographic officeProvide direct support to Thrivent NFRs by coaching and execution - you are one of their key thought partners for their first three yearsEducate NFRs to think like entrepreneurs, "like successful business owners"Engage and collaborate with all Financial Representatives for the region, including annual marketing action planning to ensure new member goals are achievedParticipate in Quarterly Business Reviews with the Sales Leader providing reports, scorecards, and analyses to drive review and planningWork with NFRs to meet Christian community leaders in order to promote Thrivent's mission through volunteer opportunities, activities and events Traits we value:Leadership - You have the ability to guide, direct and advise othersTenacity - You don't give up and have proven track record of success under challenging circumstancesDrive - You set goals and consistently achieve them Persuasive -You have the ability to influence others without authorityWhat we want from you:Knowledge of small business strategy and operationsSkill in analyzing information to derive meaning and drive strategy and tacticsEnthusiasm for building relationships and connecting people Excellent interpersonal communications, collaboration and networking abilityDemonstrated ability to coach people to their full potential Experience and comfortable with presenting, and facilitating meetingsExceptional planning/organizing skillsAbility to lead through ambiguitySelf-motivation and initiativeKnowledge of the financial services industry helpfulAbility to travel up to 60% (local travel) depending on geography and location of zoneBachelor's degree preferredBilingual/Spanish preferred not required","value":"Summary* Do you have a knack for coaching and influencing others?* Are you driven to achieve goals AND help others achieve success? * Are you natural at building relationships and networking? * Do you want to work in an organization that aligns with your values?The Community Engagement Leader is a unique role that strengthens awareness and connection to Thrivent by bringing our mission of The Thrivent Way to life. This role is divided into 3 main areas: * Working directly with our New Financial Representatives (NFRs) to coach, develop and influence their activity (business plans)* Building awareness of Thrivent - engaging members and potential members to "Come and See" more about our organization* Transforming our volunteer leadership through Action Teams, Thrivent Choice and other community programsJob DescriptionWhat you get to do:Work frequently and closely with the Regional Sales Leader (Zone Partner) to develop and execute an effective business plan for each geographic officeProvide direct support to Thrivent NFRs by coaching and execution - you are one of their key thought partners for their first three yearsEducate NFRs to think like entrepreneurs, "like successful business owners"Engage and collaborate with all Financial Representatives for the region, including annual marketing action planning to ensure new member goals are achievedParticipate in Quarterly Business Reviews with the Sales Leader providing reports, scorecards, and analyses to drive review and planningWork with NFRs to meet Christian community leaders in order to promote Thrivent's mission through volunteer opportunities, activities and eventsTraits we value:Leadership - You have the ability to guide, direct and advise othersTenacity - You don't give up and have proven track record of success under challenging circumstancesDrive - You set goals and consistently achieve them Persuasive -You have the ability to influence others without authorityWhat we want from you:Knowledge of small business strategy and operationsSkill in analyzing information to derive meaning and drive strategy and tacticsEnthusiasm for building relationships and connecting people Excellent interpersonal communications, collaboration and networking abilityDemonstrated ability to coach people to their full potential Experience and comfortable with presenting, and facilitating meetingsExceptional planning/organizing skillsAbility to lead through ambiguitySelf-motivation and initiativeKnowledge of the financial services industry helpfulAbility to travel up to 60% (local travel) depending on geography and location of zoneBachelor's degree preferredBilingual/Spanish preferred not required
Regional Financial Office Intern
SummaryThrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. As the nation's largest fraternal benefit society, we're here solely to help others. We help every day through the financial solutions we offer, the member activities we support, and the resources we provide to the Christian community and nonprofit organizations.Position summary:The Chicagoland Regional Financial Office (RFO) is seeking an RFO Intern to work full-time from approximately June-Aug, 2017. This role (in our Downers Grove location) will be an excellent learning opportunity for a college student who is seeking to learn more about the financial services industry. In addition, this role will provide support to the RFO in utilizing social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) for marketing purposes, and serve as a resource to the Sales Leader (Partner)Job DescriptionPosition Qualifications and Opportunities:A strong desire for learning more about the Financial Services IndustryOpportunity to learn more about our products and services, and Thrivent FinancialUnderstanding of social media and how that correlates with an effective marketing planStrong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools (MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), data-base Salesforce, and other related software packages (desired)You will be part of weekly team meetings, and overall communicationOpportunity to observe seminars, workshops, client events and participate in volunteer opportunitiesExposure to development opportunities - i.e. Salesforce training, business acumen, etc.Ideal candidates:Working towards an undergraduate degree in business or finance, preferably Junior/SeniorStrong analytical and problem solving skillsDesire to learn more about the financial services industryStrong oral and written communication skillsStrong work ethic, prompt, dependableyou love collaborating and being part of an energized and successful team you have a strong work ethic; prompt, dependable - professional and personal integrityyou are aligned with Thrivent's unique value and missionAs part of the recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process and for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.","value":"SummaryThrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. As the nation's largest fraternal benefit society, we're here solely to help others. We help every day through the financial solutions we offer, the member activities we support, and the resources we provide to the Christian community and nonprofit organizations.Position summary:The Chicagoland Regional Financial Office (RFO) is seeking an RFO Intern to work full-time from approximately June-Aug, 2017. This role (in our Downers Grove location) will be an excellent learning opportunity for a college student who is seeking to learn more about the financial services industry. In addition, this role will provide support to the RFO in utilizing social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) for marketing purposes, and serve as a resource to the Sales Leader (Partner)Job DescriptionPosition Qualifications and Opportunities:A strong desire for learning more about the Financial Services IndustryOpportunity to learn more about our products and services, and Thrivent FinancialUnderstanding of social media and how that correlates with an effective marketing planStrong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools (MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), data-base Salesforce, and other related software packages (desired)You will be part of weekly team meetings, and overall communicationOpportunity to observe seminars, workshops, client events and participate in volunteer opportunitiesExposure to development opportunities - i.e. Salesforce training, business acumen, etc.Ideal candidates:Working towards an undergraduate degree in business or finance, preferably Junior/SeniorStrong analytical and problem solving skillsDesire to learn more about the financial services industryStrong oral and written communication skillsStrong work ethic, prompt, dependableyou love collaborating and being part of an energized and successful teamyou have a strongwork ethic; prompt, dependable - professional and personal integrityyou are aligned with Thrivent's unique value and missionAs part of the recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process and for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.
Regional Financial Office Intern
SummaryThrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. As the nation's largest fraternal benefit society, we're here solely to help others. We help every day through the financial solutions we offer, the member activities we support, and the resources we provide to the Christian community and nonprofit organizations.Position summary:The Chicagoland Regional Financial Office (RFO) is seeking an RFO Intern to work full-time from approximately June-Aug, 2017. This role (in our Downers Grove location) will be an excellent learning opportunity for a college student who is seeking to learn more about the financial services industry. In addition, this role will provide support to the RFO in utilizing social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) for marketing purposes, and serve as a resource to the Sales Leader (Partner)Job DescriptionPosition Qualifications and Opportunities:A strong desire for learning more about the Financial Services IndustryOpportunity to learn more about our products and services, and Thrivent FinancialUnderstanding of social media and how that correlates with an effective marketing planStrong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools (MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), data-base Salesforce, and other related software packages (desired)You will be part of weekly team meetings, and overall communicationOpportunity to observe seminars, workshops, client events and participate in volunteer opportunitiesExposure to development opportunities - i.e. Salesforce training, business acumen, etc.Ideal candidates:Working towards an undergraduate degree in business or finance, preferably Junior/SeniorStrong analytical and problem solving skillsDesire to learn more about the financial services industryStrong oral and written communication skillsStrong work ethic, prompt, dependableyou love collaborating and being part of an energized and successful team you have a strong work ethic; prompt, dependable - professional and personal integrityyou are aligned with Thrivent's unique value and missionAs part of the recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process and for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.","value":"SummaryThrivent Financial is a faith-based, not-for-profit financial services organization with approximately 2.6 million members. As the nation's largest fraternal benefit society, we're here solely to help others. We help every day through the financial solutions we offer, the member activities we support, and the resources we provide to the Christian community and nonprofit organizations.Position summary:The Chicagoland Regional Financial Office (RFO) is seeking an RFO Intern to work full-time from approximately June-Aug, 2017. This role (in our Downers Grove location) will be an excellent learning opportunity for a college student who is seeking to learn more about the financial services industry. In addition, this role will provide support to the RFO in utilizing social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) for marketing purposes, and serve as a resource to the Sales Leader (Partner)Job DescriptionPosition Qualifications and Opportunities:A strong desire for learning more about the Financial Services IndustryOpportunity to learn more about our products and services, and Thrivent FinancialUnderstanding of social media and how that correlates with an effective marketing planStrong technical computer aptitude and knowledge of business tools (MS Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), data-base Salesforce, and other related software packages (desired)You will be part of weekly team meetings, and overall communicationOpportunity to observe seminars, workshops, client events and participate in volunteer opportunitiesExposure to development opportunities - i.e. Salesforce training, business acumen, etc.Ideal candidates:Working towards an undergraduate degree in business or finance, preferably Junior/SeniorStrong analytical and problem solving skillsDesire to learn more about the financial services industryStrong oral and written communication skillsStrong work ethic, prompt, dependableyou love collaborating and being part of an energized and successful teamyou have a strongwork ethic; prompt, dependable - professional and personal integrityyou are aligned with Thrivent's unique value and missionAs part of the recruiting/hiring/contracting process, a verification of a candidate's background will be made to complete the process. Fingerprints will be required as part of FINRA registration process and for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for review against nationwide fingerprint records.
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