Sheboygan jobs: Acuity Insurance plans to hire more than 160 in 2019 | Streetwise
SHEBOYGAN - Acuity is about to grow significantly as it plans to hire more than 160 people in 2019.
The insurance giant announced last week it will be hiring for new openings and new positions throughout the year in 2019. The news of the new hires is the result of continued growth and expansion, the company said in a release, adding it has doubled its revenue in the past eight years and is on track to add $225 million to its top-line revenue in just 24 months.
“Growth leads to opportunity for everyone,” Ben Salzmann, Acuity president and CEO, said in the release. “Acuity’s continued expansion means that not only are we able to provide rewarding jobs to new hires, but also to offer tremendous advancement potential for employees who seek it.”
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Job openings at Acuity will span nearly every area of the company and offer competitive salaries and benefits. The company plans to hire processors, underwriters, claims staff, programmers, analysts, specialists and more. For a current list of openings, visit www.acuity.com/careers.
“We are hiring recent graduates starting their first job, experienced insurance professionals seeking new challenges, and people from other industries looking to make a career change,” Joan Ravanelli Miller, general counsel and vice president for human resources, said. “Acuity also features a unique, employee-focused corporate culture where people work together in true teamwork and can also make a meaningful contribution to the community through our philanthropic outreach.”
Acuity has its headquarters in Sheboygan and insures more than 100,000 businesses, including 300,000 commercial vehicles, and nearly a half million homes and private passenger autos across 27 states. The company employs more than 1,300 people.
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