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GEICO is revving up for 2013 by announcing it will be hiring more than 4,000 new associates in the upcoming year.
The company, which has grown its associate population by nearly 20 percent in the past five years, will be hiring in all GEICO offices, including auto damage adjuster and legal positions in many states throughout the country.
GEICO is actively hiring to keep up with the company's vigorous growth, according to Jan Stewart, vice president of human resources. "We are pleased to announce that because of GEICO's continued growth, we're hiring for customer service, claims, sales, and auto damage adjuster positions in all of the company's regional offices and service centers, all of which are located here in the United States," Stewart said. "The company's corporate office, located near Washington, D.C., is also recruiting for qualified information technology developers, actuaries and analysts."
The company will host numerous training classes starting in January and February in claims, customer service and sales, and applications are now being accepted.
"GEICO takes much pride in offering a lot of training and support to associates and promoting from within," Stewart said. "Rather than just providing jobs to our associates, we help them build rewarding careers."
GEICO's college recruiters will also be on campuses across the country throughout the spring semester recruiting bright, driven grads for fast-track leadership programs in business and information technology.
GEICO offers competitive starting salaries, paid training, comprehensive benefits packages, continuing education opportunities and a friendly, supportive workplace. Interested job seekers can go to the GEICO Careers website to learn more and apply for openings.
GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company) is a member of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies and is a private passenger auto insurance company.
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