Ensuring our financial strength, maintaining the buildings we work in, attracting the greatest talent, and procuring the resources we need to succeed are all critical to the mission of our Corporate Services jobs. Whether your background is in Legal or Medical, Finance or HR, your know-how and expertise could empower you to make a meaningful and significant impact at MetLife.
Administration jobs at MetLife can be found at every level of our organization. These positions are vital to the inner workings of our business, allowing each department to ensure a high level of efficiency, while seamlessly moving closer to our goal of building financial freedom for everyone. These positions include administrative assistants, operators, general clerks, research assistants, support assistants, consultants, operations analysts, and installation specialists, to name just a few. Each relates to their administrative functions according to their line of business and often serves as an essential support to a particular department.
An administrative position allows educated and skilled workers to closely learn the ins and outs of a particular business department. It also can serve as a good springboard to other areas of opportunity within MetLife. Classes in computers and business effectiveness, offered by MetLife's Learning & Development Group, ensure that one's skills constantly evolve. We’re seeking talented individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds – people who are ready to make the most of every opportunity and deliver exceptional results. Whether you have a degree or related industry experience, we'll provide you with the tools, training and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals at MetLife.
Ensuring the financial vitality and integrity of a company like MetLife takes many talented professionals from a wide range of accounting and financial disciplines. The Accounting/Finance group at MetLife is made up of individuals with knowledge and experience in many areas, including actuarial, risk management, strategic planning, financial operations, corporate controllers, tax, treasury, mergers and acquisitions, and investor relations. Associates in these areas manage company finances, make assessments of our financial performance, create strategies, enhance growth and communicate with MetLife’s shareholders. When it comes to making a significant impact, this department offers endless possibilities.
Whether you're an experienced professional with a degree from any one of a myriad of financial backgrounds, or a college graduate without industry experience, we'll provide you with the tools, training and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals. You can also count on being rewarded for your performance – so you can build the financial freedom required to make the most of your life. We're seeking well-rounded individuals with excellent consulting skills who want to do more than just crunch numbers. Because, after all, this is more than just figures. It's leadership. It's strategy. It's the business of MetLife.
MetLife's Auditing department provides comprehensive auditing services throughout MetLife and its affiliates, encompassing all of our worldwide business activities. Simply put, this is a team that determines how to measure and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of our business activities. Our Auditing department is made up of a diverse group of business and technical specialists with industry and company-specific experience. Almost half of our associates have joined the department from other areas of the company, including major lines of business, information technology, financial management, investments, legal affairs, and our international and domestic subsidiaries. Many other team members have come from major accounting firms and financial services companies.
We’re seeking talented individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds. We believe this diversity is a key advantage in helping us achieve our goal of providing value-added, world-class internal audit services across the enterprise. Business professionals with auditing experience and related education and credentials will find numerous opportunities to grow and develop at MetLife. You can also count on being rewarded for your performance – so you can build the financial freedom required to make the most of your life.
Associates in Building Services, Security and Real Estate jobs at MetLife make decisions that significantly impact work environments in every area of our business. This requires professionals who possess good judgment, business acumen and sound analytical skills. These skills and competencies are needed to design, lease, and secure facilities. In making these determinations, the facilities professionals act as the main link between employees and service vendors. MetLife facilities associates understand that their work is not just about maintaining attractive and healthy work environments. Behind every strategy and action they take are people who will be positively affected by their decisions.
Building Services, Security, and Real Estate jobs at MetLife can be rewarding for anyone who enjoys working with physical environments. Excellent communications and interpersonal skills are essential, as much of the work involves building relationships. Many of our entry-level associates come to us with a degree in design or finance, others with courses or experience in accounting. Whether you’re an experienced professional or a college graduate without industry experience, you’ll be supported meet your professional and your personal goals at MetLife.
Careers in Clerical Administration at MetLife offer the opportunity to work within a diverse range of businesses. Making important decisions that affect an individual’s financial and protection planning requires administrators who possess good judgment and pay close attention to detail. These skills and competencies are needed in many areas, including group insurance administration, new policy setup, reporting, and executive support. When we talk about our mission of building financial freedom for people everywhere, this is a great place to begin.
A Clerical Administration career can be rewarding for anyone who enjoys working with detailed information. Good communications and interpersonal skills are essential, as much of the administrator’s work involves building relationships with others. Many of our entry-level administrators come to us with an associate degree or high school diploma.
Now more than ever, MetLife is prepared to support you to find work that is significant and satisfying – work that offers the experience required to make the most of your professional skills.
Charged with the protection of our brand and reputation, people in Compliance jobs at MetLife make decisions that significantly impact work environments at every level of our business. Our goal is for every MetLife associate to assume personal responsibility for ethical business conduct. To that end, Compliance develops extensive and rigorous ethics and compliance training for our sales representatives and employees. With MetLife’s comprehensive suite of financial products and services and our global distribution system, there are a host of legal and regulatory requirements that must be met every day.
In our ever-changing financial environment, Compliance jobs play an integral role in ensuring that our products and services are properly structured, marketed, and sold. Identifying and addressing business risks, handling regulatory and investigative matters, and constantly evaluating MetLife's supervisory program, they bring us that much closer to achieving our mission.
Compliance jobs at MetLife require individuals who possess good judgment, business acumen and acute attention to detail. Whether you’re an experienced professional or a recent college graduate, we’ll provide you with the tools, training and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals.
Professionals in Executive Management careers at MetLife make significant decisions that affect our customers’ financial and protection planning. This requires individuals who possess excellent judgment, business acumen and leadership skills. These skills and competencies are needed to lead diverse operations and staff functions. MetLife executive leaders understand that their work is not just about determining strategy. Behind every strategy and action they take are people who will be affected by their decisions. For this reason, we encourage our executive leaders to apply both their life and business experiences to their decision-making, while cultivating environments of unparalleled performance and growth.
Executive Management can be a rewarding career for anyone who enjoys leading an organization. Excellent communications, interpersonal, and leadership skills are essential, as much of the executive manager’s work involves building relationships. Given MetLife’s global reach, an international perspective is always valuable in understanding a customer’s unique needs. Many of our executive leaders come to us with a degree in business administration or finance, others with degrees in liberal arts or law. Regardless of your background and experience, we’ll provide you with the tools, exposure and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals. You can also count on being rewarded for your performance – so you can build the financial freedom required to make the most of your personal life.
Associates in Human Resources careers at MetLife provide expertise and strategic partnership to leadership teams across every line of our business. HR's focus is to enable business leaders to attract, retain, develop and leverage the best talent – and to empower our leaders to make the best business decisions with people impact. Through this partnership, HR aligns the strategic business unit plans with enterprise growth and innovation goals that produce the highest level of performance. Focusing on delivering high quality products and services, HR ensures the success of our clients and promotes a workplace that values every member of our diverse team. As we continue to expand our scope of services, the importance of these responsibilities expands every day.
If you want to play an integral leadership role in creating business strategy, developing capabilities and identifying opportunities, your talent for maximizing human capital could help shape the future of the company. To succeed in HR at MetLife, you will need to be focused, innovative and passionate about our business. There are a wide range of HR opportunities across the U.S., and we encourage you to consider MetLife.
The role of our investment department is critical to the success of the enterprise. It's where more than 500 professionals manage a $300-plus billion portfolio that includes public and private bonds, real estate and agricultural mortgages, real estate equity and structured finance securities. Understanding and actively managing a diversified portfolio to back product liabilities is what enables the MetLife, Inc. enterprise to help deliver on the millions of promises it has made to customers all around the world. Whether you are a seasoned investment professional, a newly minted MBA or a recent college graduate, you will find opportunities to grow and develop at MetLife Investments.
Our Investments Fact Sheet provides detailed information about our portfolio allocation, asset sectors and investment fundamentals. MetLife's investments department is headquartered in Morristown, NJ.
Investments offers three different college recruiting programs geared toward entry level to MBA level candidates.
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Associates in Legal careers at MetLife provide comprehensive legal support to multiple business partners. Voted 2010 Employer of Choice for the Northeast Region by the Minority Corporate Counsel of America, MetLife’s Legal Affairs team strives to deliver best in class services in every discipline. The Legal Affairs department is a multi-dimensional organization made up of law departments on a corporate and subsidiary level, a government relations team and the corporate secretary's office.
Our Legal departments’ practice areas range from structuring corporate equity and debt offerings with associated regulatory registrations and other filings, to giving legal advice to our major lines of business. Related issues range from product development, marketing, business development and mergers acquisitions activities to handling intellectual property, contracts, immigration and litigation matters. In addition, we provide legal counsel in the investments area with services ranging from originating mortgage loans and real estate purchases, to assisting with new corporate debt and equity investments.
We’re seeking talented individuals from a diverse range of legal backgrounds. At MetLife, you'll get the tools you need to keep up with substantive changes in your legal practice. Our support of continuing legal education will provide you with the opportunity to earn the credits you need to maintain your license. In order to broaden your skills beyond the legal profession, you'll also have the opportunity to enroll in MetLife business courses and receive sponsorship for business conferences. As part of a larger organization, you can also count on opportunities for advancement both inside and outside of legal affairs, along with the rewards you expect for your performance.
Medical careers at MetLife are essential to our ability to make significant decisions that affect our customers’ financial and protection planning. Our Medical professionals understand that their work is not just about providing medical expertise. Behind every strategy and action they take are people who will be affected by their decisions. For this reason, we encourage our medical professionals to apply both their life and business experiences to their decision-making. Multiple businesses at MetLife require individuals who possess good judgment, business acumen and sound analytical skills, along with unmatched knowledge in highly specialized medical disciplines. These skills and competencies are needed to develop products and underwriting policies, as well as advise on the adjudication of claims.
We seek individuals from diverse backgrounds who are creative and strategic thinkers – people who are ready to challenge assumptions and produce solid results. Medical advising can be a rewarding career for anyone who enjoys analyzing complex and detailed information. Excellent communications and interpersonal skills are essential, as much of our work involves building relationships. Many of our entry-level Medical professionals come to us with a degree in medicine or dentistry, others with courses in nursing or rehabilitation therapy. Whether you’re an experienced professional or a college graduate without industry experience, we’ll provide you with the tools, training and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals.
In today’s ever-changing marketplace, the services provided by Procurement/Purchasing are more important than ever before. Associates in Procurement/Purchasing jobs work closely with various MetLife internal organizations, such as Legal, Internal Audit, Corporate Finance and Accounts Payable to ensure the existence of sound business practices when spending company funds. Procurement, for example, follows a pre-approval strategy for all expenses and formal bidding processes to ensure that all expenditures are with the proper supplier, at the right price and value, and consistent with financial policy and legal requirements.
If you’re ready to bring your greatest strengths to your work, MetLife is an exciting place to be. We’ve implemented cutting-edge electronic tools for both sourcing and requisitioning. These additions allow us to provide more efficient processes. Through use of the latest technology, our Procurement/Purchasing department has expanded from handling $100M of Company spending to handling over $2B today. We’ve been able to meet these demands by leveraging skills and providing training, while moving from a transaction-based environment to one that is strategic and value driven.
We’re seeking talented individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds. Whether you have a degree or related industry experience, we'll provide you with the tools, training and opportunities you need to reach your professional goals at MetLife.
MetLife is proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of MetLife to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other basis protected by law.