Working at Eckler
At Eckler, we know it’s our people that make us great at what we do. We’re a team of actuaries and consultants who work together to deliver on our promise to consistently render unbiased, highly ethical, expert and timely advice to our clients.
With a multi-generational workforce – four generations, to be exact – we value the contributions that people from all ages and all walks of life bring to Eckler. Whether you’re an experienced actuary, a recent graduate, an investment or pensions and benefits consultant, an actuarial expert in P&C or life insurance, a technology consultant, or a communications or administrative professional, you’ll find your place with us. People like working here so much that more than half of our senior leaders have spent all or most of their careers at Eckler.
What’s different about Eckler?
We’re fiercely independent and entrepreneurial. As a firm that is owned and operated by principals actively consulting in the business, we are not encumbered by a distant parent company. We are free to run our business in a manner that puts the needs of our clients and employees first. We foster an agile environment that encourages innovative thinking to develop creative solutions to solve our clients’ most complex problems.
If you value a collaborative work environment where the collective attitude is we, not me, you will love your job at Eckler. You will find space to forge your own path and pursue your ideas while being part of something larger. At Eckler, team success always trumps individual success.
If you share our values of mutual trust, civility, respect and entrepreneurship, come join the Eckler team. You’ll be empowered to do what you love.
We are a diverse, inclusive and accessible workplace where everyone is valued. Our culture reflects the make-up of the community, welcomes and celebrates individual differences, and encourages everyone to be their authentic self. At Eckler, bright and talented individuals can thrive, regardless of gender, age, place of origin, religion, disability, family status, gender identity or sexual orientation.