Looking for a job where you can apply your talents to meaningful work? Do you like being surrounded and supported by people with a passion like yours? Want to work for a company on a mission to help individuals and businesses prevail?
You’ve come to the right place.
The Hartford’s culture is a true reflection of our employees. When a group of passionate people work together towards a higher purpose, it creates a feeling that anything is possible. Everyone has a voice and is empowered to use it. We relentlessly pursue excellence, celebrate the achievements that come from it, and support each other every step of the process. It’s daily inspiration.
All our employees know each day brings the chance to make a difference. You can have that opportunity too. Put your passion towards a higher purpose.
The Hartford created the Junior Fire Marshal® (JFM) program to teach children the basics of fire prevention and safety. Since the program began in 1947, we have deputized more than 110 million children as Junior Fire Marshals – generations of children proudly displaying our signature red fire helmets – and we won’t stop there! In celebration of 70 years empowering children to be fire safe, we commit to bringing the JFM program to 1.5 million additional children in the top 100 cities with the highest risk for home fires from 2017-2019.
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With more than 200 years of expertise, The Hartford (NYSE: HIG) is a leader in property and casualty insurance, group benefits and mutual funds. The Hartford sells its products primarily through a network of independent agents and brokers, and has been the direct auto and home insurance writer for AARP’s 38 million members for more than 25 years. The Hartford helps its customers prepare for the unexpected, protect what’s most important to them and prevail when the unforeseen happens.
Throughout its history, the company has delivered on its promises to agents, brokers and customers, insuring some of the nation’s most historic construction projects, such as the Golden Gate Bridge and the Hoover Dam. The Hartford has also paid claims related to some of America’s largest disasters, including the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, the September 11 terrorist attacks, and more recently, Hurricane Katrina and Storm Sandy. – less