It's the skills, knowledge and attitude of our people that help us do what we do best.
With 72 000 employees in more than 120 countries, Aon is a global provider of HR and Risk Management services. That means we help companies to recruit and motivate their employees, to manage their HR and financial data, and to reduce the risks they face. In Poland we have been operating since 1992, employing today over 1400 colleagues. Our main offices are in Warsaw and Krakow.
And what’s it like to work with us? Our colleagues tell us a consistent message: Aon has a supportive and friendly workplace culture. And that’s how it really is! We’re a flexible, multinational and dynamic company. No formal dress code, no blame culture, no unethical behaviors. We value honesty, authenticity and a can-do attitude. We work hard but we know how to have fun as well.
Aon is the world’s leading provider of HR services. If you want to develop in HR or simply help people at work, then you’ll find a broad range of HR opportunities. Whether it’s sourcing talent, analysing engagement or helping parents with maternity and paternity leave, Aon does it and does it well.
Aon’s finance professionals make sure that our organization runs smoothly. Every euro, pound or zloty we spend is tracked from our finance centre in Krakow, while our Payroll teams make sure that every penny of UK salaries is correct and paid on time. If you like everything to add up and want to work with the colleagues who care too, then join Aon Finance.
Aon needs world-class IT. Our command centre monitors Aon’s IT operations world-wide. We implement the Workday HCM for global clients. Our data warehouse analyses financial and insurance markets. Technology makes our business possible. We appreciate it. If you like working in collaborative, flexible technology environment, join our IT teams.
Aon helps our clients’ employees to remain healthy and financially secure. We manage their benefit packages – including things like medical insurance, pension plans, gym memberships etc. – and give people choice to decide which benefits are most important to them. If you like to organize things, keep track of data and make sure that people get what they’re entitled to, then join Employee Benefits teams at Aon.
Aon’s managers need information and analysis to take right decisions. Aon’s leaders need certainty that our projects will be delivered and that our business is secure. Our Business Support teams are responsible for providing leaders with accurate information. If you enjoy investigating how things work and have the persistence to lead projects to the very end, then join one of our Business Support teams.
We create a great place to work with a friendly and supportive atmosphere. And we know that after hard work there’s always time to party.
We value openness, honesty and authenticity, so don’t expect formal dress code nor managers hidden behind closed doors.
We know that our wellbeing is a crucial success factor in exploiting our potential as a company and we care about it every day.
We are aware of social responsibility and the impact we have and are proud of our charity actions which support local communities.
We want to make your life easier, that’s why we offer competitive benefits package including Multisport cards, insurance and the best medical cover on the market with free dental care.
Although you’re busy with your studies, you also want to add some professional experience to your CV. Join Aon’s internship program and climb the first rung on the ladder to your career.
An internship at Aon is all about the experience that you can get – business knowledge, professional competences, concrete achievements – all of which are never found on a university campus.
We offer you:
On top of that, an internship at Aon is a great way to build your network and get to know more people in business. It will also help to shape your career plans – you can check what’s it like to work in an international company, and more experienced colleagues will guide you and share advice. If you love the job and team for which you’re working, then you can apply to move into a full-time role and become a regular employee in our international business structure.
You’ll need to commit a minimum of 25-30 hours of your time per week, but we’ll help you to build a schedule that allows you to combine work and studies.
Apply online by filling in the form at jobs.aon.com.
Our Recruitment Team will review your application and contact you if your profile matches the requirements for the role.
It’s a short phone conversation with one of Aon’s recruiters. Before the call, review some general information about the company and position you want to take.
After the phone conversation you will be invited to an on-line testing session:
1. On-line language test
2. Short phone conversation with a native speaker
3. On-line test depending on the position requirements (if necessary)
Once your results are satisfying we will invite you for an interview so that we can meet in person, learn about your experience and further discuss about the position.
Remember to prepare yourself before the interview – get to know the market, the company, job details. Preparation can emphasize the difference between top 2 shortlisted candidates.
- Before the job fair, take some time and do a research which companies will be represented.
- Update your CV and don’t forget to spell check it.
- Don’t be intimidated to visit our stand – we are there to help you.
Carefully go through the job description of the position which you applied for. During the interview show that you are motivated to work in this role and that you are interested in company’s profile.
Don’t forget to look smart and dress properly for your interview. Of course recruiters know not to judge a book by its cover but it is important to look in a professional way. And be punctual – it is better to arrive 5-10 minutes earlier than be late!