MARSH, Marsh TRAC Program - Risk Management, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 7355
Thu, September 26, 2013
MARSH TRAC PROGRAM - RISK MANAGEMENT
TALENT RECRUITMENT & ACCELERATED CAREERS
As the world's leading insurance broker and risk advisor, Marsh is devoted to finding the opportunity in risk. Companies look to us to help them navigate the daunting global risk landscape, seeing risks others don't and unlocking opportunities others can't. With 25,000 employees and annual revenues approaching $5 billion Marsh serves more clients in more industries worldwide than any firm in our industry.
About the Program
Sponsored by senior business leaders, Marsh’s full-time TRAC Program is designed to attract and develop the next generation of leaders at the firm. The program puts you in the middle of the action where you will learn how our business operates on a daily basis to meet our clients’ needs.
TRAC is a two-year program comprised of two 12-month rotational assignments. Each rotation is customized to provide hands-on experience in both a client- and a market-facing role. As a TRAC Associate, you will benefit from a structured learning curriculum that is complemented by in-classroom training. In addition, TRAC Associates will have the support of a senior level mentor and gain significant exposure to senior management throughout the two-year experience. Upon completion of the program, TRAC Associates will be placed into jobs across the firm that will focus on continued career development to promote leadership potential.
Training & Development
TRAC Associates begin by attending a formal Orientation Program at our New York City Headquarters where they learn about Marsh’s organizational structure and strategic vision, as well as meet and network with senior leaders. Over the course of the two years, TAs periodically come together as a class to participate in business-specific learning activities and in training that enhances leadership and development skills. In addition, TAs will be assigned to teams to work on a business project that is sponsored by and presented to Senior Management.
Locations:Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, New York and Atlanta
•Bachelor’s degree – all majors considered
•Seniors with an expected graduation date of December 2013 or May 2014
•Overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
•Strong analytical aptitude
•Excellent communication and relationship building skills
•Leadership and initiative as demonstrated in school, work and/or community
•U.S. Citizen/Resident or have unrestricted authorization to work for an employer in the U.S.
To apply, see BTT Gateway Job ID 7355. Application deadline is 9/26/2013.
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