Our heritage is about helping customers understand and protect themselves from risk. Since 1872 we have been applying our expertise and experience to help our customers protect the things they value. This is our mission and the timeless idea behind our brand. Understanding and protecting against risk has been and always will be at the heart of the Zurich brand.
“We know that transitioning service members are highly skilled people and great resources who can help our company succeed,” said Brian Little, head of Human Resources at Zurich North America.
Zurich is a member of the 100,000 Jobs Mission, a national coalition of companies dedicated to hiring U.S. veterans. Recently, Head of Marketing, Distribution & Regional Management Randall Clouser volunteered to be Zurich’s Executive Sponsor for the coalition. Zurich is contributing to the coalition hiring goal through ZurichHiresHeroes.com, where veterans can align their transferable military skills to available Zurich jobs across the nation. “We value the training, teamwork and integrity veterans bring to Zurich from their military experience,” said Randall. “Their work ethic fits well with our desire to be the best global insurer and their skillset is a good match for our strategy to drive growth.”
Zurich offers a number of positions that may be a good fit for veterans, including risk engineering, claims, information technology, operations, and underwriting.
Zurich is a great company that supports hiring veterans. In my position as a Health & Safety Risk Engineer, I interact with people from different industries. I have the opportunity to assess, prevent, and mitigate risks, as well as train clients on developing better safety practices. This position requires me to apply my analytical skills and critical thinking that my training and education helped me develop. I am a member of a well-rounded, highly educated team with various backgrounds that makes my job more enjoyable every day.Cezar, Risk Engineer, Health & Safety
It is the policy of Zurich in North America, as an equal opportunity employer, to attract and retain the best qualified individuals available, without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, gender expression, genetic information, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability or protected veteran status.