Aon Ireland has lots of great Graduate|Intern|Student|Apprentice opportunities.
All you have to do is apply.
We recruit Early Career candidates into four different Programmes depending on your entry point: Apprenticeships, University Placements, Internships and Graduates. Once you have decided which programme is right for you, you will have the choice of a technical stream. Depending on the area you join, you'll be using your numeracy, analytical abilities and strong communication skills to help clients address key questions that affect the running and growth of their businesses.
Our Graduate Programmes have been designed to support the development of high potential talent best equipped to make an impact in our business. As such, we are looking for ambitious candidates who can demonstrate leadership qualities with a genuine enthusiasm, drive and potential for building a lasting career at Aon.
Internships and University Placements
Our Internship and University Placements are based on solving problems for our clients offering real responsibility from day one. These programmes are invaluable opportunities to gain an understanding of our culture through hands-on real world experience.
For those who are motivated to begin a career in Insurance, change career or build on experience while securing relevant Insurance qualifications, an apprenticeship is an excellent way to develop vital skills, make a head start in your career and learn whilst you earn.
How to Apply
Aon Ireland is now accepting applications for its 2021 Early Careers Programme. To apply, please click on the links below and complete the short application, attach your CV and send any relevant supporting documents to email@example.com. The closing date is 31st January 2021.
Why join Aon
Few things are certain in life. Economic upheaval, political crises, natural disasters – and plenty more besides – all mean the world can be full of surprises.
Learn more about us
At Aon, we draw on the expertise of 50,000 people to help the biggest names in business plan for every eventuality – be it in pensions; insurance; reinsurance and risk management; investment consulting; health & benefits broking and consulting; captive solutions or human capital consulting.
Our size, global network and emphasis on innovation mean where we lead, the industry follows.
What you can expect
Career progression is rapid and actively encouraged. You’ll get every opportunity to make an impact from day one.
Early responsibility is a way of life at Aon. You'll very quickly become a technical specialist in your particular area, meeting clients and advising them on our market-leading products far sooner than you would in many other organisations.
Our training will fully equip you to make an immediate impact on our business. Your development programme will complement your stream-specific training, helping you to build your business knowledge, develop professional skills and grow effective relationships with clients and colleagues. Relative to the stream you join, we will also provide full study support for professional qualifications. All in all, everything is in place to help you forge a career in which challenges and rewards will come in equal measure.
Connect and Grow
Whichever stream or business unit you are joining, you can expect a consistent approach to your development at Aon.
A comprehensive induction programme, along with supportive colleagues and the opportunity to meet and work with other Early Career colleagues during your first weeks and months with us, means that you will quickly feel part of the team.
Your learning and development will be fast-paced and hands-on. In addition to technical training and in-role learning, your development will be further enhanced through participation on business sponsored projects. For more see 'Your learning journey'.
Aon Wellbeing - Be your best self
Aon is committed to creating an environment and culture where our leadership and colleagues are engaged, healthy and high performing. We believe in the wellbeing of our colleagues, which is why our award winning team of Wellbeing Ambassadors works to promote and deliver local health and wellbeing initiatives throughout the calendar year.
At Aon, wellbeing is a holistic view of the balance between the appropriate resources, opportunities, and challenges to achieve optimum health. We aim to strike a balance in overall wellbeing across four dimensions: Physical, Financial, Emotional and Social.