Customer Service Return to So Many Careers
From bricks-and-mortar offices to State Farm mobile applications, our customers can Walk in, Mail in, Call in, or Click in.®
For those who prefer to call in or mail in, a sophisticated network of 24/7 customer service centers stretches across North America to help—while also offering autonomy and flexibility for our employees.
Customer Response Center (CRC)
There’s no such thing as “normal” business hours.
For Customer Response Center employees, that flexibility suits them just fine while they help agents serve customers anytime day or night. As an extension of the agent’s office, CRC is staffed with professional, well-trained employees who provide a personal touch with things like initiating newly reported claims, taking premium payments, and resetting statefarm.com® passwords.
For needs that require agent follow-up, CRC
representatives provide comfort and reassurance for
customers and gather the information agents need.
Quote & Bind
If you like the fast pace of customer service and sales, this could be just the place for you.
The Quote & Bind department partners with agents giving customers a way to shop State Farm round-the-clock. The Quote & Bind Sales Representative role is designed to quote and bind insurance for customers and potential customers. Inbound call Sales Reps work with individuals who have tried contacting an agents office after hours, utilized State Farms 1-800 phone number, or have reached out to us via statefarm.com. Outbound Sales Reps contact current and potential customers to discuss our products/services and to quote and sell those products. Quote & Bind professionals are like virtual members of an agents team who are licensed and fully-trained to sell and quote business throughout the U.S. and Canada. Quote & Bind reps take time to educate customers so they can make good insurance decisions based on their needs. This helps customers better manage risks of everyday life and recover from unexpected circumstances.
State Farm Bank® Response Center (BRC)
Virtual bank. Real service.
Bank Response Center representatives located in Illinois and Texas play a key role in assisting State Farm Bank customers over the phone, with the extensive support of Company computer systems. This career includes written and verbal communication with customers, agents, and employees. As a Bank Response Center representative, you handle balance and interest rate inquiries, general account services, and new account openings. You also provide information on State Farm Bank products and procedures.
In addition to the Bank Response Center, opportunities are also available in the Bank Operations Center, Bank
Loan Center, Bank Collections Center, and Mortgage
and Home Equity Loan Services. Learn more.
State Farm Payment Plan (SFPP)
A strong foundation of transferable skills.
The State Farm Payment Plan (SFPP) provides flexible billing and payment options for our customers. SFPP is a call center environment which includes (but not limited to) inbound calls and other billing-related work items. SFPP employees in Aurora, Birmingham, Bloomington, Jacksonville, and Murfreesboro assist our agents and policyholders by providing billing and payment support in a structured and production-driven environment.
SFPP job responsibilities include:
Insurance Support Center (ISC)
Three locations + three departments = quality service.
The Insurance Support Center (ISC) consists of three departments across three locations (Atlanta, Dallas, and Phoenix*). Each department handles multiple functions designed to deliver quality service for our customers: