MetLife Jobs & Careers in Foster City, CA

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26 days ago

Financial Services Representative

MetLife Foster City, CA +3 locations

• Develop and cultivate client base • Consistently meet or exceed Company production objectives by persistently achieving the needs of the… MetLife

5 days ago

Office Administrator

MetLife San Francisco, CA

• Perform all administrative duties with attention to detail and accuracy. • Maintain calendars and schedule meetings. • Meet and greet… MetLife

16 days ago

Director Relationship Management Private Placements

MetLife San Francisco, CA

• Identify and research potential corporate issuers of traditional private placements. • Introduce and market MetLifes private placement lending… MetLife

16 hrs ago

Sales Administrator – new

MetLife San Francisco, CA

• Perform sales support related activities for the supported sales force. Often considered the right-hand person to the group you are supporting… MetLife

16 hrs ago

PT Variable Agency Assistant – new

MetLife Walnut Creek, CA

s of results. 8) May assist in the production of reports, presentations, proposals, etc. 9) May respond to customers' basic inquiries over the… MetLife

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    I worked at MetLife


    Friendly people, flexible work hours, Rewarding career


    As with any corporation - employees are cut when budget crunches come up.

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    Treat individuals as individuals and not as numbers. The people in the trenches help keep the company running. So it would be great that you remember that always.

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