Are you considering following a career into insurance? Meet RSA Group Saturday 19th October in Croke Park. They will be exhibiting, as well as recruiting, inside the Cusack Suite. Register for FREE entry right here.
With a 300-year heritage, RSA is one of the world’s leading multinational insurance groups. Today, they employ around 23,000 people, serving 17 million customers in over 140 countries.
While their origins lie in London, RSA is a global company with businesses in both mature and emerging markets. They have major operations in the UK, Ireland, Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe, Canada, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.
Their focus on general insurance delivers strong, profitable performance, even in the most challenging market conditions. In 2013, their net written premiums were £8.7bn.
At different times of each year, RSA welcomes people seeking to start their career in insurance through a range of entry-level roles including claims handlers and customer managers, graduate roles, internships and apprenticeships. RSA hasn't been successful for over 305 years by accident. They did it by bringing together the brightest people and enabling them to do their best every day for customers. If you’re self-motivated, curious and determined with strong people skills, we will help you achieve your true potential.
RSA recognizes that activities in general insurance have some impact on the environment. They believe that their performance is a well-recognized insurer, operating in 34 countries, will be measured not only by the profitability as a business but also their impact on the environment. As a major insurer of commercial, industrial and individual risks, they can use advanced underwriting and risk management techniques to help clients minimize the risk of incidents which adversely impact the environment. RSA seek to provide advice to customers and lobby on material issues for improved environmental standards.
At RSA they take their responsibility to manage the way our business affects the environment, people and communities seriously. Fundamentally, that means behaving responsibly and ethically as individuals and as a company. As a major insurer of commercial, industrial and individual risks, they can use their influence adding value to society while delivering commercial benefits. RSA has reported on environment and corporate responsibility (CR) since 1999.
Being a responsible business is all about engaging with stakeholders and this applies equally to communities. Their community programme is about giving something back, helping people in need and supporting customers’ and employees’ local communities.