I joined Electric insurance shortly after I graduated from college in the fall of 2007. I initially took a position in the new business department where I solidified my grasp of the insurance industry in which Electric operates and developed an understanding of career paths within the company. I transitioned into the analyst development program where I spent six month rotations in both the accounting and actuarial departments. The analyst program is a perfect opportunity for recent college grads to explore different analytical fields and to develop a career path at an early stage. I now work in the finance department as an analyst participating in a variety of rolls from expense planning and premium forecasting to capital budgeting projects. Electric Insurance really has provided me with more opportunities than I could have imagined in only a few short years.
— Endicott College – BS Finance
I began my career at Electric Insurance just a few months after graduating college with a bachelor's degree in marketing. At the time, the job market was very competitive and I still wasn't really sure what I wanted to do. A family friend referred me for a position as a First Notice of Loss Claims Adjuster at Electric Insurance and I got the job! I took the position, thinking that it would be good chance to gain some corporate experience and get my foot in the door at a solid company with good benefits. Because of the size and nature of the company, I was able to build up my reputationand good working relationships quickly. I found that if you worked hard and produced good results, people were willing to consider you for other opportunities. For example, in my short time at Electric, I've worked as a First Notice of Loss Claims Adjuster, a Graphic Support Specialist, a Financial Analyst and a Manager. The company also supported my goal of obtaining an MBA. Five years later, I am still at Electric Insurance working as the Commercial Lines Finance Manager. I can't image working anywhere else. Electric Insurance is family-friendly and community-focused. It is the perfect size and culture for hard-working people who really want to make an impact.
— Providence College – BS Marketing
— Bentley University – MBA
I started my career at Electric immediately after college. I was first introduced to the company at a college fair and after careful consideration of other job offers; I selected Electric Insurance because it seemed like a perfect fit for me. The benefits package was fantastic, I loved that the location was just north of Boston and close to the ocean. I am originally from Western Mass and loved how much the North Shore had to offer. I was also very attracted to the Tuition Reimbursement Program, which I have since taken advantage of to work towards my Masters Degree. Electric has truly provided me with all of the tools I have needed to advance my career thus far and I am confident that the company will aid in my continual growth going forward.
— Merrimack College – BA Psychology
— Suffolk University – MBA
In college, I took part in the internship program at Electric Insurance and had immediate exposure to many departments and levels within the organization. When I graduated, I wasn't 100% sure what I wanted to do. I had minimal professional experience and needed a company that would offer me Training & Development. Through my internship experience, I knew the culture at Electric Insurance was a perfect fit. I began my career as an Insurance Account Specialist and have since transitioned to a rotational position as a Human Resources Representative, working in both Operations and Staffing & Recruiting. The rotational position has given me the tools and skills to be a cross-functional part of the Human Resources Development and Electric Insurance team.
— Quinnipiac University – BA Communications
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