Aon Graduate Programme - Actuarial Consulting - General Insurance 2019
Posted on Dec 19, 2018 by Aon
We utilise our broad skill set and market experience to help our clients implement effective risk management approaches to operate efficiently in the increasingly sophisticated and dynamic global market.
The team in London consists of around 20 consultants, with many of them starting in the team as graduates. The team comes from a range of diverse backgrounds, including areas such as mathematics, engineering, physics, banking and actuarial science, from universities both in the UK and abroad.
You will work in small project teams to deliver a wide range of actuarial and analytical solutions to Aon's global client base; quickly gaining the knowledge and expertise to manage your own portfolio of projects.
From day one, you will be given responsibility on projects, assisting more senior members of the team on a range of areas. It is likely that you will be involved in projects from all product areas during your first few years at Aon. There will also be plenty of scope to specialise when you are ready.
Our technical training
As we are a multi-disciplinary team, you will follow a balanced training programme that covers all of our product offerings. We have a range of training programmes in place, from an introduction to our services during your first week as a graduate, to softer skills development in client management and sales skills later in your career. Our training plan has been designed to gradually build up your technical knowledge in each area as you gain further experience in the team.
You will also receive training and guidance in a range of modelling software. In particular, we use ReMetrica, a capital modelling software package that has been developed by Aon. No previous programming experience is required as you will learn on the job, but it may help in your first few projects.
We are committed to giving you the support you need to develop your skills and take your career to the highest levels. For new starters, we will fully support your study towards qualification as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries - professional study materials, tailored tutorials and study days will all help you pass your exams. You will also be allocated a buddy who's recently been in your position and a line manager to give advice and guidance throughout the year.
To apply for our Actuarial Consulting - General Insurance Stream, you will need strong analytical skills and the drive to deliver excellent work to our clients. You must have achieved (or are predicted): a 2.1 or higher in your degree, or equivalent; an 'A' or above in Maths A-level, or equivalent; and a minimum of AAB at A-level (excluding General Studies), or 340 UCAS points for exams taken prior to 2017 OR 136 UCAS points for exams taken post 2017, or equivalent.
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