“I enjoy the fact that my job has continued to evolve and challenge me throughout my career. Actually being rewarded for assuming new responsibilities is also wonderfully refreshing.”
– David P., Life Insurance Valuation, 2009 Intern
to see what our former Actuarial Interns have to say about their experience.
Are you about to embark on a new career? Perhaps you are looking to gain real world experience in a corporate environment?
Pacific Life offers opportunities for a rewarding career, competitive compensation, and a positive work environment. Learn about our positions that may match your interests and start you on your way to achieving your long-term goals.
Pacific Life offers entry level positions for those who are new in their careers, as well as internships for students looking for hands-on practical experience.
Our entry level positions serve as a great introduction to our business. These roles are frequently launching points to other opportunities and careers within Pacific Life. We have various open opportunities for new grads within our organization ranging from Customer Service, IT Analysts, Marketing, as well as other exciting opportunities. To find and open opportunity, click on the Search Jobs link.
We offer undergraduate student opportunities during the summer. These opportunities are posted on our website in January/February each year in multiple business areas such as:
Our Actuarial internship program combines hands-on learning with exposure to all areas of business. Interns are assigned mentors to guide them through their experiences at Pacific Life. Students gain real-world experience in actuarial principles and work among our talented staff. Internships exist in Life Insurance, Retirement Solutions, and Enterprise Risk Management, with focus areas such as product pricing, valuation, and risk management.
An Investments intern supports the investment analytics department in generating reports and analysis to assist in the oversight of investment portfolios. Strong technical backgrounds and knowledge of investments are required.
Opportunities for first year MBA students are available in the following areas:
MBA Students with an interest in investments will have exposure to all aspects of the asset management business including credit research/analysis, portfolio management, and new business development.
MBA students with an interest in information technology will work on a number of platforms and a variety of projects in areas such as: data management, application development, storage/capacity utilization and management, and trend analysis and research.