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A dynamic and evolutionary company, Chubb consistently has exciting roles available for professionals with appropriate skill sets. With thousands of unique applicants every year, you may have previously applied to an ACE Group role and your previously issued login credentials will still work for the current job postings. If you applied in another system, including Virtual Edge, Chubb Insurance's previous applicant system, you will be invited to upload a resume and create new credentials for applying. We look forward to seeing your application in consideration for our current roles.
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As you consider making a move, here are a few steps that will help you be your best when interviewing.
why you can make the jump from your current position to a new one. Stay away
from statements that you can't reinforce with solid examples or prior
experience. For instance, suppose you're an underwriter interviewing for the
position of underwriting manager. Explaining you know how to manage a team and
get results from people might sound good, but unless you have that experience,
these statements might sound hollow. Instead, explain you know what it takes to
underwrite from your success in the position. You would tap into your
outstanding people skills to coach your team to use your knowledge and
experience to be productive. You could expand on that by citing a previous
situation in which you helped a co-worker increase his or her effectiveness.
would people say about you? The good and the bad.The
interviewer needs to get a sense of what kind of employee you are. Be ready to
“feature your headlines”; the best attributes you possess and bring to this
role and, have two weaknesses in mind, and show how you're improving those
your weaknesses with two strengths. Mention strengths that relate directly to
the position you're after. Forget about strengths that won't factor into or
will play only a small part in that position. You need to convince the
interviewer that you have what it takes to succeed in your new job, not the one
you already have. For example, suppose you're a programmer interviewing to be a
game designer. You have great talent for writing clean code, but that's not a
valued skill for a designer. A better strength to talk about would be your ability
to take a bunch of different ideas and plans and assimilate them into one big,
about current challenges associated with the position and explain clearly how
you would fix them. Point out strategies that have helped you succeed. Remember
that the position in question will always have room for improvement, even if
it's something small. It's your job to find out what needs to be improved and
then brainstorm how to implement those improvements.
Approach the interview as professionally as possible. Dress professionally, sit upright, maintain eye contact and answer questions in a serious manner. Don't joke it up with the interviewer, or put little thought into your answers. Act like you're competing with a list of qualified candidates; your goal is to convince the interviewer that you're the hands-down best choice for the job.Click here to access Chubb’s Career portal.
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