Headquartered in beautiful Paso Robles, California, Marsh Consulting Group (MCG) is a health and welfare benefits consulting firm that makes a difference. For 15 years, MCG has brought unparalleled value to mid-size organizations by using a strategic actuarial approach to those companies who are typically underserved and overcharged by traditional brokerage firms.
We employ risk management experts – rather than sales experts – to advocate our client’s position with insurers/vendors and to explain alternatives and impacts to senior management. Our team works diligently to analyze risk, quantify potential outcomes, and assist with cost control and plan management.
We offer performance-driven people a place where they can build a satisfying career.
Our Core Values
Quality – We deliver unwavering quality in our services. MCG Team Members strive to understand client needs and deliver a complete, accurate solution on time.
Integrity – MCG Team Members promise uncompromised integrity in all business with clients and vendors. We assume ownership for getting the job done with honesty and accountability.
Leadership – Clients depend on MCG's daily leadership to partner with their team. We take pride in our abilities to problem solve, make decisions, implement new ideas, and anticipate the next question.
Our Career Package Highlights:
We accept applications from graduates and postgraduates of all degree disciplines. No prior health and welfare benefit experience is necessary, but an inquiring mind and proven ability to solve complex problems are essential. If you are interested in designing, implementing, and managing health and welfare benefits for mid-size organizations that optimize positive results, then apply to join the MCG team today.
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