At Marsh, our competitive advantage is our people. Ideas, innovative thinking, relationships, and solutions are imperative for success in our industry. We value people who are collaborative, innovative, demonstrate adaptability, learning agility, and who want to make a difference in their workplace and community.
The TRAC Program is a two-year rotational training program designed to provide an accelerated career path to high potential college graduates through structured and experiential learning.
TRAC Associates participate in two 12-month rotations where they gain hands-on experience in two of the three areas of our insurance broking business: Client Management, Client Advisory and Placement. Some TRACS may be placed in a risk specialty (Aviation, Energy, Marine, etc.) and will not rotate, as they will have client management, client advisory and placement responsibilities within a single department.
- Develop generalist knowledge of multiple lines of coverage
- Manage day-to-day client concerns and monitor their operations
- Collaborate with sales teams in business development opportunities
- Gain subject matter expertise in a specific line of coverage
- Advise clients on risk management solutions which align to their strategic imperatives and risk exposures
- Run analytics and evaluate clients’ insurance programs
- Cultivate a thorough understanding of insurance markets
- Assist in negotiations with insurance carriers; secure and compare submissions
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM?
When you complete the program, your journey is really just beginning. Your program manager will work with you to identify positions within Marsh where your skill set and experiences can be best utilized so you can continue to add value to the company and grow as a professional.
LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
TRAC Associates begin the program by attending a formal orientation at our New York City headquarters, where they learn about Marsh's organizational structure and strategic vision, as well as meet and network with senior leaders. Over the course of the two years, TRACs periodically come together as a class to participate in business-specific learning activities and in training that enhances leadership and development skills. TAs are assigned to teams where they will contribute to a business project that is sponsored by and presented to senior management.
BUSINESS CASE TEAM PROJECTS
At the mid-point of the program, TRACS are assigned to teams to research and develop solutions to a “real world” business case, culminating in presentations to senior management. Leaders in the firm partner with each team to guide them through the process.
TRAC MENTOR PROGRAM
Mentorship is a key component of the TRAC Program. At Marsh we understand the importance of having multiple mentors over the course of one's career. As such you will have the opportunity to meet with senior level managers in your location to select who will serve as your mentor.
TRAC associates will be placed in offices across the country:
- Los Angeles
- New York
- San Francisco
HOW TO APPLY
Please visit our recruiting calendar to learn more about our campus visits and recruiting events. If we are scheduled to visit your campus, please join us at the career fair or recruiting event and apply via your school's career services job positing system. If you are interested in the Full-Time TRAC Program, please apply here. Deadline to apply is September 30, 2016.
In addition to applying, we’d like to get to know you more on a personal level by completing an introduction selfie video! It’s fun and will only take about 5 minutes to complete. Use this link to complete the video!