Are you interested in working in an environment where knowledge is cultivated, innovation is encouraged, and achievement is rewarded? Are you looking for a truly global company that considers diversity to be a business imperative?
We’re looking for team members who want to grow their careers and give back to their communities. Let’s partner for success – for you, for AIG, and for our clients.
Life at AIG
AIG’s greatest strength lies within our employees, who help us make a difference in the world every day. Every employee’s path is unique, and we believe that relationship-based support between employees and their managers is the key to fostering growth and internal mobility.
Our Commitment to Diversity
At AIG, we value diversity in all its forms, from backgrounds and skills to new ideas and thinking styles. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is visible in all aspects of our organization, including hiring, career development, employee resource groups, the Global Executive Diversity Council, and more.
AIG Career Paths
AIG offers a world of professional roles: from technologist, administrator, and engineer to healthcare professional, risk manager, and finance professional. Here are just three of the many paths you can explore at AIG.
Our actuarial professionals offer expertise in quantitative analysis, insurance pricing, loss reserving, and risk quantification. Join our team to play a critical role in finance, portfolio analytics, or pricing.
As an engineer, you could make an immediate, positive impact by helping our clients increase safety and mitigate risk through recommendations based on on-site risk surveys and exposure analyses.
As an AIG financial advisor, you’ll not only make a lasting impact on lives across the U.S. through our consultative, client-first engagement model, but you’ll also be part of a supportive team of like-minded professionals.
It has been and will continue to be the policy of American International Group, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, age, gender, gender expression, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected categories.