MetLife Financial Advisor Jobs & Careers in New York City, NY

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30+ days ago

Regional Sourcing Associate

MetLife New York, NY +2 locations

The Regional Advisor Talent Sourcing Associates primary responsible is sourcing experienced financial advisors,… MetLife

17 days ago

Financial Planning Case Consultant

MetLife Somerset, NJ

• Primary support to Planners and Advisors on cases for moderate to affluent clients who may be either individuals or small business owners… MetLife

21 days ago

Financial Consultant

MetLife New York, NY

The associate will be part of the Corporate Benefit Funding (CBF) Finance team and responsible for the financial planning, projections & analysis of… MetLife

11 days ago

Financial Analyst

MetLife Morristown, NJ

The successful candidate will serve as an Analyst in support of the REI Capital Markets Groups approximate $3.7 billion structured debt portfolio and… MetLife

30+ days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

MetLife Bridgewater, NJ

• Develop monthly, multi-year projection and plan (Income Statement and Earnings by Source) for Group Disability and Other Health with supporting… MetLife

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    Former Employee - IT Manager in Somerset, NJ
    Former Employee - IT Manager in Somerset, NJ

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    A great deal of cultural change occurring due to relocation & restaffing of several offices around the country, which presents an opportunity to grab leadership roles. Currently the company is interested in innovation and technology leadership


    Significant amount of knowledge leaving company, gaps legacy system knowledge. Compensation fair good, but Management has historically said they want the best people, while striving to pay industry average, thus frequently missing out on or losing the best people. Hopefully for their sake, that is changing.

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