Selective Insurance Company of America

Summer Job Fair - Wednesday- January 17, 2018

Location US-NJ-Branchville
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Calling all current college students!  


Selective Insurance Company of America is seeking motivated, self-directed individuals to join us over the summer in our Corporate Headquarter business areas in Branchville, NJ. Work and gain experience in departments such as Actuarial, Billing, Commercial Lines Underwriting, Compliance / Legal, Customer Experience, Flood Insurance, Finance/ Accounting, Information Technology, Marketing, Personal Lines Underwriting and more. 

These are full-time paid summer positions that provide an overview of Selective's business as well as training and experience within an assigned business area. The postions include exposure to business strategies, exciting & interesting work assignments, development of customer, vendor and business partner relationships, exposure to leadership, development workshops, internal networking opportunites, etc.  





You are invited to explore the exciting SUMMER JOBS Selective has to offer at our Job Fair on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm at our Corporate Headquarters in Sussex County.  During the job fair, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the available positions and meet with business leaders from the various departments across the organization.  


Located at 40 Wantage Avenue Branchville, N.J. 07890, Selective's Corporate Headquarters is easily accessible from Routes 15 and 206 in Sussex County, N.J.


Please "pre-register" and let us know if you can attend the event by clicking on Apply for this job online.


* Earning academic credit as a summer employee is dependent upon the requirements of your college or university.





The program is open to current college students only.


Selective is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Selective maintains a drug-free workplace.


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