About Chubb’s Early Career Development Program
Chubb is looking for professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree in a business related major (Accounting, Finance, MIS) to join our Chubb Associate Program, an early career development program. This is a permanent full-time position and a compelling opportunity to join a global, growing, financially stable and successful company. As the industry leader, Chubb is an employer of choice for students aspiring to develop a meaningful career in a fast-paced, diverse company with offices in most major US cities.
At Chubb, we have designed our Chubb Associate Program to hone your skills and talents, to help you reach your career goals. By joining the Chubb Associate Program, you will be part of an experience that supports the well-rounded development of critical business skills which in turn contributes to the future success of our company. Our blended program is designed to include hands-on business assignments in a variety of disciplines, interactive classroom instruction, team assignments and direct interaction with many of our senior executives. As part of this program you will receive:
- Business training unique to a career at Chubb;
- Technical training to deepen your skill level within your chosen discipline; and an understanding of our broader industry;
- Interpersonal effectiveness training to help you gain strong communication and interactive skills;
- Access to additional training to compliment your professional development.
You, along with your program peers, form a unique community of achievers who we believe will become the future leaders of Chubb.
As a part of the Finance team, the financial professional will work closely with various finance units, including underwriting, reinsurance, investments and actuarial departments, on a wide variety of projects and processes. In this role, you will interact with a diverse group of internal personnel, including other financial analysts, divisional leadership, and functional staff to interpret financial data and operational performance. Primary responsibility is to analyze financial status by collecting, monitoring, and studying data; recommending actions.
- Reconciles transactions by comparing and correcting data.
- Maintains database by entering, verifying, and backing up data.
- Increases productivity by developing automated accounting applications; coordinating information requirements.
- Protects operations by keeping financial information confidential
- Reconcile general ledger accounts to supporting documentation
- Assist with interim SOX testing and documentation
- Investigate and resolve suspense items
- Prepare and record accounting journal entries
- Support day to day functions in Chubb Global Casualty
- Perform ad hoc analysis of accounting transactions, operational performance and balance sheet accounts
- As a part of the Chubb Associates program complete challenging assignments and contribute to the results of a team
- Complete technical CAP training to deepen your skill level within your chosen discipline; and an understanding of our broader industry