GEICO actuaries do more than crunch numbers.

As an actuary, you'll work on teams to develop products, analyze insurance industry trends, write business proposals, give presentations, and interact with associates from across the company. We're hiring entry-level candidates as Actuarial Assistants in Pricing and Reserving—both departments are located at our corporate office in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Actuarial Exam Support You Deserve

An important part of an actuary's professional development involves advancing through a series of exams offered by the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). As an Actuarial Assistant, you will receive support throughout your career as an actuary, including:

  • Up to 115 paid study hours per exam
  • Opportunities to take review courses
  • On–site quiet rooms for studying
  • Financial support for CAS exams and Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) courses
  • First-time passing bonuses
  • An exam coordinator to assist with exam processes

As you pass your actuarial exams, you may be eligible for raises and performance-based promotions. If your goal is to become a CAS Fellow, we'll help you achieve it!

Want to learn more about actuarial jobs?

Further research careers as an actuary by visiting www.beanactuary.com or www.casact.org.

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Benefits & Perks

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Meet An Associate

Julie Buxani

Julie – Associate Since 1999

What is your favorite thing about working at GEICO?

Prior to GEICO, I wasn't financially stable. However, since joining the company, I've been able to buy two houses, save for retirement, and help others along the way. I'm thankful for the opportunity I've been given.

How has GEICO helped your progress in your career?

I've been absolutely empowered to invest in my success. There is so much to learn, so many departments, and so many different career paths. The only time you are limited is if you limit yourself.