Want to know how your passion and expertise can translate into a career at Aon? Here are some examples of how certain skills sets match up to different Aon roles. Follow the links below to learn about different career options that might be right for you.
- I want to use my actuarial and/or math experience.
- I want to provide technology solutions.
- I want to use my finance or business skills.
- I want to work directly with clients and manage complex projects.
- I want to help people understand and use their benefits.
- I want to use my broad HR knowledge to help clients find the right solutions for their HR challenges.
I want to use my actuarial and/or math experience.
Aon’s actuarial students and actuarial consultants/managers work in one of two areas: Retirement and Financial Management or Health Management. While there are many other roles at Aon (search open positions now), here are a couple of jobs that may be of interest to you.
- Our actuarial students have a higher exam pass rate than the national average. Our students are exposed to a wide range of interesting project work. They are able to contribute independently and provide assistance to Health Management or Defined Benefit Pension actuarial consultants/managers. Entry-level students work with clients, draft responses, and prepare for client meetings. Experienced and advanced students play a more active role in client meetings and work with less guidance.
- Actuarial consultants are viewed by clients as a valued member of their teams. They are aligned to large targeted clients, partner on large annuity work, or may work as the day-to-day lead for smaller clients. They work with other peers and consultants across various Aon lines of business. Actuarial managers use their deep retirement or health care knowledge to coach less experienced team members on valuations or other complex/longer-term projects to ensure quality.
I want to provide technology solutions.
Aon has more than 4,000 associates working within a variety of technology roles. Technology associates simplify the way our clients and associates work at Aon and across the world. While there are many other roles at Aon (search open positions now), the following types of jobs may be of interest to you.
- Developers and programmers design, manage, and support either Defined Benefit Pension or Health and Welfare systems at Aon. They work with clients and internal partners (such as actuaries or client contacts) to code, test, and set up client plan provisions on the Aon system.
- This team provides the best solutions for our clients and associates through strategy and technology delivery. Associates work globally, with a significant presence in North America and India in roles like programmer analyst. In this role, associates research, design, document, and modify system specifications throughout the production life cycle. They perform batch analysis, maintain technical documentation, prepare test plans, and conduct testing for assigned clients.