Mission: GEICO's seven operating principles help create a workplace in which their associates can thrive.
1. Respect, support and provide opportunity for all associates.
2. Be fanatics for outstanding customer service.
3. Be the ...
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We know you’ve seen memes based on GEICO commercials, but Ellis from our Marketing department got his start as a meme in his own right. After his reaction during a huge wrestling match made the rounds on Twitter, Ellis found himself enthralled in the world of social media marketing. One thing led to another and now he’s the one calling the shots for GEICO – in fewer than 240 characters at a time. #CareersUnexpected
Joanna never expected GEICO would offer cutting-edge opportunities
in technology (think .NET, Splunk, Tealeaf, React, Watson, IVR, Azure).
When she’s not coding, she’s playing intramural kickball. #CareersUnexpected http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQN37
We know you know GEICO, but we want you to know that with us, you’ll find a rewarding career no matter which path you take. Our over 40,000 associates have been unexpectedly delighted to find that their jobs have turned into successful, illuminating careers. You know us for insurance. Get to know us for careers, too. Visit us at http://www.geico.jobs for more!
In 1996, GEICO became a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, led by Warren Buffett, one of the most successful investors of the 20th century. For the past several years, FORTUNE magazine has named Berkshire's property-casualty insurance operation the most admired in the country. Time Magazine named Warren Buffett one of the most influential people in the world in 2012.
* We also employ associates in auto damage and staff counsel field offices throughout the United States.
As a full-time GEICO associate, you'll be offered a Total Rewards Program that includes:
GEICO associates thrive in our promote-from-within culture. Many new hires start their careers at the representative-level and then advance to coach, trainer, supervisor, manager and beyond.
Nearly 80% of our management team started their GEICO careers in entry level jobs, and our associates average two promotions within the first three years!
At GEICO, you'll meet many successful people who have built rewarding, long-term careers ... and who've had several different careers along the way.
Our ability to incorporate these values into our culture and business activities has been the basis for some of our greatest achievements.
Through GEICO Corporate Community Citizens, our associates contribute to and participate in a variety of socially-responsible activities.
One of GEICO's strengths is the diversity of our associates—it infuses our company with energy and new ideas, and helps us meet the needs of our millions of policyholders. At GEICO, every individual is valued for his or her unique skills and perspectives. We hire the best people, and help them develop their talents and abilities, and then work together to achieve outstanding results for customers and the organization.
We ensure that all associates have an equal opportunity to achieve their full potential.
GEICO is more than just an insurance company. We're a career company where many people join our team soon after college. Virtually all of our management team began at the entry-level and worked their way up... including our CEO.
You've worked hard in college to earn your degree. Take the next step in your career path at GEICO. We recruit grads with all sorts of majors, including:
GEICO associates are active volunteers--volunteering more than 27,000 hours last year and giving back to more than 400 causes. They participate in sports, cultural events, team celebrations and contests.
Many associates enroll in GEICO University classes and attend career development workshops. There many ways to get involved and make a difference in our company, community and yourself!
For years, we have offered the GEICO Achievement Award Program. This long-standing tradition supports some of our country's most outstanding undergraduates. Visit geico.jobs/oncampus for more information.
IT has helped to make GEICO an insurance industry giant.
With more than 2,000 associates working in information technology, we're one of the Washington, D.C. area's largest IT employers. Whether you're interested in careers in architecture, networks, mobile technology or web development, we have IT opportunities to challenge and inspire you.
We are utilizing emerging technologies to drive results, enhance our customers' online experiences and impact bottom-line results. As a proven online and mobile industry leader, our teams use .NET, C#, Java, Oracle, iOS and Android platforms, and more.
Our contributions, from the GEICO App to the online auto quote application, have a direct impact on each of our 15 million (and growing) policyholders.
Most of our tech pros work in our corporate office. Our 26-acre campus is located in a bustling Washington, D.C. suburb and is within walking distance of the Friendship Heights Metro station. Occasionally, there may be IT jobs available in our Macon, GA or Fredericksburg, VA locations.
Join GEICO in our exploration of cutting-edge technologies and be a part of an innovative company that's defining the way an industry uses technology!
I worked at GEICO full-time
Geico is overall a good company. If you work hard, you will be rewarded in the form of raises, more favorable shifts, and promotions. At the entry level, each supervisor is assigned to about 9 employees, so you can have more individualized attention. With that being said, there are also sup's all over the floor so if yours is busy, another is happy to help. The environment is friendly, often having parties and contests to boost office morale. Pay is good, benefits are excellent
Very micro managed, very strict metrics (but everything is layed out in front of you so its not unexpected) some unfavorable shifts. Not a lot of work/life balance, you clock in and go go go until you clock out, can be stressful.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at GEICO.
I applied online and then there was a phone call with a recruiter for about 45 minutes. Then I got invited to the office to do the rest of the process all in one day. It consisted of two online computer assessments; one was about your personality and solving patterns and the second was more of a simulation giving you a glimpse of what you would do doing in the job. Then, I had another interview with the recruiter which was more in depth than the phone interview. Then, I moved on to the role play which was a bit challenging, but I am sure it is meant to induce a little stress to see how you react. Next I got to shadow an employee and see what exactly the day to day of the job entails. Finally, there was a final interview with a manager and a supervisor.