Early Career Development Programme
This one year programme gives you the chance to develop a wide range of commercial skills and could potentially lead to a number of roles within Underwriting, Claims or Operations. Based in a regional office, you will need to be mobile within the EEA region.
You must have at least 9 months’ work experience to apply. You should be able to demonstrate intellectual agility, curiosity and a keen interest in developing a career in a global insurance business.
Qualities We Look For:
- Intellectual agility: capable and willing to master and creatively apply new knowledge and show initiative
- Communication skills: able to communicate successfully in different settings, ideally in English plus another language
- Interpersonal skills: able to work effectively in teams and with colleagues at all levels
- Self-leadership: accept and welcome responsibility and seek learning opportunities
- Client-focused: understand the needs of customers and clients
- Initiative: willing go beyond expected requirements of the role
- Work Ethic: commitment to hard work and highly ethical conduct
- Results-Orientated: able to meet and exceed expectations under pressure
What We Offer
Our Early Career programme offers you a great introduction to Chubb and the world of insurance. You’ll gain exposure to a broad variety of corporate clients but also to a range of functions within the organisation. You’ll also get the opportunity to work closely with underwriters, clients and brokers, as you learn how to develop international insurance programmes for some of Europe’s largest multinational companies.
What Happens When I Finish My Programme?
Our programmes are designed to be a launch pad to a successful career with Chubb. The development and support offered throughout the programmes will ensure that you have a strong foundation to progress within the organisation – and you will also have the opportunity to be referred for future vacancies.
What is the Application Process?
- Online application and questionnaire
- Telephone based assessment
- Face-to-face interviews
- Final stage Assessment Centre
The programme commences in September. Details of when we will next be receiving applications are available from the Resourcing Team.
Contact Chubb EEA Resourcing Team
What Happens at the Assessment Centre?
Over the course of the day, we will ask you to complete a number of exercises, including:-
- Analysis exercise – you will analyse a business case study and prepare a short presentation of your findings
- Group exercise – you will participate in an interactive discussion/debate with other candidates
- Competency Based Interview – you will demonstrate your skills and experience across the following behavioural competencies: Judgment, Drive, Execution and Influence
What ECDP Participants Have to Say About the Programme