Our organization is made up of underwriters, actuaries, claims professionals and support staff. These professional roles serve as the backbone of our organization. Our team is focused on taking service, customer relationships, and professionalism to levels unparalleled in the Specialty Insurance industry.
We have a strong history of success and steady growth. As we continue to expand, we expect to hire talent in areas needed to support a growing company.
With Nationwide, one of the largest insurance and financial service providers in the United States, you can be part of a Fortune 100 organization at the start of your career.
How to apply
We have many career opportunities that you might be interested in applying for. We hope you will browse and apply for jobs that match your interests and skills.
While you don't have to register to view job openings, you will need to register if you wish to apply for jobs and set up job alerts.
Look for jobs that closely match your skills, interests and experience.
See a job that's perfect for you? Apply using your online resume or upload a resume.
Finally, before you submit your application, be sure you've included all requested information. A recruiter will contact you if he or she needs more information.
Do I have to apply for every job that I am interested in? Yes. Though our Talent Acquisition Consultants search our database for appropriate candidates, the only way to ensure that we know of your interest in a particular position is if you apply for it directly.
Please note that our pre-employment screen includes a drug test and background check. Some positions also require a credit check.
Overview of the interview process
When it's time for your first interview, you will want to be prepared. Nationwide utilizes a competency-based interview structure in order to select the most qualified candidate. These types of interviews involve a series of behaviorally focused questions intended for the candidate to share situations from their work history and highlight key competencies identified for the position.
For any given job, competencies tell us what it takes to do that job well. A competency describes the knowledge, skills, behaviors and characteristics that are required for successful completion of the job. Competency-based interviews typically occur as one or a series (panel) of interviews. Review your school or work history and identify experiences that you may use to demonstrate your performance in a given competency. What did you contribute, and what was the outcome? Remember to share how you felt during the situation, what you learned and what you could have done differently.