Mission: Our business is empowering people to feel better about the future. And we’ve been doing that for more than 100 years.
One of the highlights of Transamerica being part of a global organization (Aegon), is the global opportunity. Hear from some of those who are experiencing it, and don't forget to follow us on Glassdoor! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQLqe
With the help of 130 volunteers, we were able to pre-package Thanksgiving Day meals and deliver them to more than 700 senior citizens in Cedar Rapids. One woman drove all the way from Garrison just to help out . “I always think it’s a good idea to focus on helping others, for Christmas, it’s a really big part of what we do. We try to always do something to help other people. So we thought being thankful for all we have, it would be nice to help people who don't have as much as we do,” Amie Price, a volunteer said. This is the 38th year Transamerica has sponsored this Thanksgiving Day event. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDQS
When it comes to preparing for the future, there’s no time like the present.
At Transamerica, we’re helping people live better today and worry less tomorrow. To us, it’s more than just business. We’re inspiring customers to improve their financial and personal well-being, so they can add not just years to their lives but life to their years. We couldn’t do it without our dedicated and diverse team members, who put heart into their communities and guide customers through some of life’s biggest decisions and challenging times.
The financial industry and the needs of our customers are changing. To stay at the forefront, we need to reinvent. We’re seeking ambitious people who can bring in fresh ideas and varying perspectives − and help us shake up the status quo. If you’re self-driven and able to see opportunity in change, you can make a real difference within our business and beyond. We’ve built a supportive culture that encourages fitness, giving back, and lifelong learning.
A proven track record.
Being there for customers in good markets and bad – and putting people first – is in our DNA.
Transamerica’s roots stretch back to 1904, when Amadeo Giannini created the Bank of Italy in a converted San Francisco saloon. His goal was to make financial services available to everyone, not just the wealthy few. And so he did. After the 1906 quake and fire, Giannini set up a makeshift bank on the San Francisco docks, giving residents loans to rebuild, secured with only a handshake.
Giannini’s business went on to become Transamerica. In 1999, the company began a new chapter when it became part of one of the world's leading international financial organizations: Aegon N.V.
Though the iconic Transamerica pyramid remains a prominent part of the San Francisco skyline, company headquarters are in Baltimore.
Today, Transamerica is as committed to helping people as we were 100 years ago. Our passion is empowering people to charge toward the future with a healthy account balance and a healthy heart to match, to do more today to prepare more for tomorrow.
Learn more at transamerica.com
Define the future of wealth + health with us.
Things are looking a little bit different around here. After more than a century in the financial industry, we know there is an inextricable link between wealth and health. After all, what is one without the other? This is the future of financial wellness. Help us define it.
A career that matters.
Working at Transamerica is more than a job. We’re focused on helping people save, invest, and protect what they’ve earned, so they can enjoy the lifestyle they want. We believe people deserve to be able to retire with grace and dignity, and to sleep easier, knowing that they're ready for whatever comes. In short, it's work that matters.
As our customers and their expectations evolve, we know all of us need to be nimble and agile to keep Transamerica one step ahead. So you can expect life here to be both challenging and rewarding.
We believe in balancing work and life, giving employees opportunities to develop talents and abilities, and giving back to the community, with paid time off for volunteer service. Integrity, collaboration, and doing what's right are part of our daily routine.
Let's build tomorrow together.
Are you ready to be part of something bigger? To use your skills, ideas, and experience to make a difference for people? Then view our jobs page, and submit your resumé online.
Transamerica is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Diversity & Inclusion
At Transamerica, we understand that the success and growth of our business depends on our people and our relationships. In an increasingly competitive marketplace, we can only succeed when we attract and retain the best individuals from a variety of backgrounds who will help shape our future through unique perspectives and experiences. Our commitment to diversity & inclusion means we value differences. We encourage a vast array of viewpoints, people who encourage the free exchange of ideas in a respectful and inclusive work environment. In addition, we are committed to maintaining a culture where all Tomorrow Makers are given the opportunity to contribute to the future success of our business.
Employee Resource Groups
Our diversity and inclusion strategy is designed to support and enrich our culture, encourage employee participation, improve organizational effectiveness, and strengthen understanding of our customers’ values by bringing together different perspectives. We believe the formation of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) provides a source of strength for Transamerica. At the foundation of Transamerica’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Award is a grassroots effort started by the Diversity Discussion and Study Group (DDSG). The group is credited with cultivating awareness, orchestrating events, and has served as a catalyst and trusted advocate throughout the organization.
Very highly focused on serving the people instead of "Customers". Advisors are highly qualified, very professional.
With organizations as big as this, leadership can get carried away with sales numbers.
Advice to Management
Sometimes leadership can be overlooked.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Transamerica (Plano, TX) in November 2016.
I applied online through their careers portal and was contacted by one of the managers. Initially I had a phone screen interview with the manager about the position they had and my interests mostly behavioral. Later I had to set up a phone conference call with the manager and other developer. Then moved to on-site interview where I had to interview with 5 different people. Mostly was asked about my projects, internship experience and others. It was an easy interview. Good people around and work culture