Always Have A Plan
Ascensus is the largest independent retirement and college savings services provider in the United States, helping 6 million Americans save for the future. With more than 30 years of experience, the firm partners with financial institutions to offer tailored solutions that meet the needs of financial professionals, employers, and individuals. Ascensus specializes in recordkeeping, administrative, and program management services, supporting over 43,000 retirement plans and 3.3 million 529 college savings accounts. It also administers more than 1.5 million IRAs and health savings accounts.
- Retirement Services – 401(k), 457, Defined Benefit and IRA administration
- College Savings – 529 plans
- Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
- ERISA consulting
- Compliance support
- Trust services
- Multilingual education and services including document translation
- Documentation and forms
Solutions are offered with open architecture investment capabilities tailored to the needs of institutional partners, third party administrators, financial advisors, plan sponsors, and participants.
Your career plans mean something to us. From an open-door policy that is backed by our leadership team to our extensive professional development programs, we provide the foundation and support to positively influence your future and make a direct impact with your work.
If you have an idea, we want to hear it. If you have a vision, we want you to share it. If there’s a better way, we want you to find it.
Your efforts can help someone achieve a financially secure retirement or ensure a child gets a quality education. It’s a rewarding way to spend your day and the reason we’re a top workplace.
Whether you are just starting your career or an experienced professional looking for a new challenge, Ascensus invites you to find your opportunity with a leader in financial services.
Our Core Values – People Matter. Quality First. Integrity Always.® – are more than words. They are our compass for how we conduct business and build relationships with clients and our associates.
By putting the focus on people, we have created a culture that:
- is guided by principles,
- is committed to high standards,
- operates with transparency,
- and welcomes diversity.
Our commitment to our associates is evident in the many ways we encourage collaboration, idea-sharing, recognition, and personal growth.
At Ascensus, we care about what’s important to you and want you to succeed.
That’s why we offer a wide-range of benefits such as:
We also offer a variety of benefits to make our employees’ days easier: fully equipped breakout rooms with free coffee; cafeteria; business casual dress; flexible work arrangements; free parking; onsite yoga class; discounts for purchases of certain computers, cell phones, and home and auto insurance; as well as onsite dry cleaning services, notary public, car detailing, and oil changes.
The people we're looking for
Whether you’re new to the industry and just starting your career or an experienced professional who is looking for a fresh challenge, Ascensus has opportunities for those with a passion for helping Americans save for the future.
We’re hiring at all levels of experience in:
- Client Services
- Information Technology
View all openings and join our talent community at careers.ascensus.com.
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The culture of the company is very laid back when it comes to interactions, but serious about the business they conduct.
The administrative work was a bit much
Advice to Management
Everything was great!
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Ascensus.
I had three phone interviews prior to being invited in for an in person interview. I spent the entire morning interviewing with five people. I was told during the interview that I would be invited back to meet with one more person and could expect information over the next week. When I did not hear back, I followed up and was told that I should expect to hear something shortly. I never heard anything further regarding the position, not even a thank you but the position has been filled. Professionally, I would not tell someone about the next steps in the process if I had doubts that the person would continue in the process. I would expect after spending close to five hours in the interview process, that you would provide an update to the candidate.
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