Careers at Great American Insurance Group
Welcome to Great American!
Welcome to Great American! We’re pleased you are considering a career with us. We value our employees and provide ongoing personal and professional development opportunities so they can learn, grow and contribute to our organization.
Securing a future depends on finding a company you can trust. If you look to our past, you will see a long history of strength, stability and a commitment to keeping promises. It’s a heritage we continue with pride. We operate with integrity in every aspect of our business. Our financial statements are accurate, our standards extremely high, and our business practices consistent with the high standards we set. And as we continue to grow, we have strengthened every facet of our business and reached record levels in key measures of financial strength.
Carl H. Lindner III
S. Craig Lindner
Co-Chief Executive Officers of American Financial Group, Inc.
About Great American Insurance Group
Great American Insurance Group (GAIG) is part of American Financial Group, Inc. (AFG). GAIG is comprised of both specialty property and casualty insurance operations and annuity operations. You can find new challenges and development opportunities working within Great American – your career growth has no limit!
Applicants may view the Federal Employment Notices here before applying.
The insurance industry helps to keep the business world moving. Almost every business and organization needs some kind of insurance to protect against unforeseen events that could cause financial hardship, injury to workers, harm to customers, or an interruption in business services. Your work here is important, not only to the success of our company, but to the lives of our clients and the people we serve.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, gender, marital status, pregnancy (or related condition), ancestry, veteran status or any other factors that are prohibited by federal, state or local law.