We tend to take on around 40 graduates a year on our permanent schemes – we like to keep our intake to a number which allows our graduates plenty of support, responsibility and lots of exposure to the business.
Whether you join us on a graduate scheme, a summer internship or a year in industry, you’ll receive a competitive salary which is regularly benchmarked against our competitors and a range of brilliant benefits. The salary is also reviewed at six month intervals throughout the scheme.
This will depend on your graduate scheme. We have over 20 office locations in the UK with our Head Office being in Guildford. Depending on the scheme you are interested in, we will be able to let you know which office locations are in scope. For the AMT scheme we are expecting flexibility across all of our locations across the UK as these placements are essential for you to get a good overview of our business.
We are mindful of the communities around us and our obligation and ability to make a positive contribution to society and the environment. We feel practising diversity and inclusiveness is a key competitive factor, which will ensure that we have the best people in the right job based on merit, aptitude and ability regardless of their background or personal circumstances. For more information visit our Social Responsibility page.
The company has an extensive flexible benefits scheme. You get to pick and choose benefits to fit your lifestyle. Maybe you’d like a bit more holiday. What about medical and dental insurance? You can even enhance your pension arrangements, buy Life Assurance or just have your pick of retail vouchers from a range of well-known retail businesses. Other benefits include subsidised leisure centre and gym memberships, Ride2work scheme and Employee Share Ownership Plan.
At Allianz we are committed to developing the skills and capabilities of our people. As part of our Graduate Scheme you will receive on the job training where there will be opportunities to expand your leadership, presentation and communication skills. You will also work towards a number of professional qualifications, such as the Advanced Diploma in Insurance (ACII).
All graduates will also attend a week’s induction at our Horsley Park Management Centre in Surrey where you will learn more about Allianz and the insurance world.
Allianz has a wide variety of internships and placement opportunities where you can gain insightful practical experience and make more informed decisions about your future career. Please visit our Internship Programme page for more information.
There isn't a guaranteed job for you at the end of the scheme. Towards the end of the scheme it will be your responsibility to apply for positions internally.
Allianz lives by its values of Responsible, Caring, Excellent and Connected. We are looking for graduates who are self-motivated and proactive; this will allow them to make the most of the opportunities they will encounter. An analytical mind is required in a number of the schemes but most importantly they all require you to have a passion to learn and take on new challenges.
Applications which don’t meet the minimum requirements will not be considered unless you have any extenuating circumstances.
Yes, we are looking for your strengths and skills rather than when you graduated. We welcome students from all backgrounds.
Yes, you must be eligible to work in the UK.
Unfortunately we do not offer any sponsorship for post study visas.
Although having a background in insurance would be beneficial, it is not necessary as this will be acquired through your placements, your induction week and studying for CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) qualification.
Yes, although an interest in expanding your knowledge in the business area is essential. Candidates must also be aware that some schemes require rotation around the UK branch network.
Our 2018 application window for all graduate roles and summer internships opens on the 19th September 2016 and closes on 25th November 2017.
What should I do if I have any additional needs that may affect my performance during any stage of the recruitment process?
We welcome applications from all sections of the community and believe in equality of opportunity for all. If you have a disability, a medical condition or individual need - which you believe may affect your performance in selection process or impacted your school / university performance, we’ll be happy to make reasonable adjustments to our recruitment processes for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
The first step in the recruitment process is completing our online application form the following stages include psychometric assessments, telephone interview and finally an assessment centre held over a day.
Due to the high volumes of applications we receive we don’t give individual feedback on applications forms. However, we can provide feedback upon request at the telephone interview stage and you can expect a member of the graduate team to give you feedback if you make it through to one of our assessment centres.
Please reapply the next academic year and in the meantime focus on developing from the feedback you received.