Our actuaries use math, probability and statistics to predict the cost of future risks. This helps us solve problems and make sound business decisions. To do this, actuaries use advanced statistical methods, state-of–the-art software and research to increase the accuracy of our rating plans.
To become an actuary, you must pass a series of exams. Erie Insurance will help you in ways such as allowing study time during work hours and advance payment of exam fees and study materials. The types of actuaries we employ include:
Our claims professionals come from a range of backgrounds—construction, teaching, law enforcement, engineering, auto repair and even medical professionals. They’re often first on the scene when our customers have a claim, and they play an essential role in making that experience as positive as possible.
Our claims employees work in roles such as:
Our customer service professionals have a variety of work experiences, but they all have one thing in common: providing outstanding service.
Our customer service professionals perform a variety of roles. Some positions require a high level of interaction with customers, agents and fellow employees. Other positions are clerical and require much less direct communication. Some customer service positions require college degrees. Other positions are open to applicants with a high-school diploma or GED. Many employees start careers at ERIE in call center positions such as First Notice of Loss (FNOL) Representatives and Customer Advocates.
Our data and analytics employees leverage data to inform decision making processes, add business value, and align with strategy across multiple departments.
Most positions require technical degrees or experience in analytics, strategic planning, financial analysis, information systems, etc. Many jobs in data have several levels of career progression, as well as supervisory and management opportunities.
Our sales employees help our Agents grow their businesses. They help maintain effective customer relationships, understand customers’ needs and promote the company’s products and services at agency and community events. Our district sales managers, for example, recruit, train, guide and motivate Agents in matters of sales, underwriting, profitability and agency management.
Some positions may require candidates to have a college degree. Candidates may also need to obtain and maintain property, casualty and life insurance licenses.
Whether you’re a recent college graduate or someone with decades of experience, we have opportunities to match your skill level and interest in IT. Some examples of IT careers at ERIE include:
Most, but not all, IT positions at ERIE require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Some positions also require applicants to have specific skills in software development, programming, coding and more. Certain certifications and designations are also sometimes required.
Our risk management employees work in a variety of roles, such as:
Most positions require a bachelor’s degree, preferably in risk management, insurance or safety or related work experience and professional designations. Most jobs in this area also have several levels of career progression, as well as supervisory and management opportunities.
Additional opportunities at ERIE may include positions in the following areas:
At ERIE, you will have the opportunity to work in an environment where you’ll feel welcomed, challenged and engaged. View the current list of job openings and apply today.
We also have specialized internships in many of these areas for college students.
Erie Insurance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you have a disability and need a reasonable accommodation in order to complete an application, or any other component of the application process, please call (814) 870-7582.