Veterans Initiative

Our Veterans program participants will be aligned to Aon’s values of Trust, Openness, Commitment, Teamwork, Integrity and Innovation. You will bring a diverse way of thinking and may have specialised skills in leadership, planning, project management, operations or risk management.

Through our veterans program you will:

  • Learning through structured development as well as on-the-job training

  • Undertake a program with an external career coach

  • Have access to Aon's mentoring program
Current Opportunities

Who we look for

Face to Face
Leadership

Your experience in your defence role, sport, community groups and other areas of life will show us you’re not afraid to take the initiative and take a leading role.

Face to Face
Work experience

We’re looking for those transferable skills like leadership, interpersonal skills, customer service and working as part of a team.

Face to Face
Extracurricular

We’re looking for real people, well-rounded people who understand the world our clients live in. Share your experience of the world with us and how you get involved.

About Aon

Aon is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. We’re one of the world’s most successful professional services companies, helping the biggest names in business plan for every eventuality.

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The Invictus Games

Aon is an official supporter of The Invictus Games Sydney 2018 and official supporter of the Invictus Games Australian Team for the 2018 Games. Our support will help build initiatives that inspire connected, healthy and active lifestyles for those servicemen and women facing mental health and physical challenges.

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Recruitment process & tips

01

Online Application

Complete an online application. Allow about 5 minutes to complete.

02

Interviews

These are likely to be a combination of over the phone and face to face.

03

Online assessments

These help us understand how you like to work and how you use reasoning to problem solve.

Interview Tips
TIP 1:
Be Yourself
TIP 2:
Be clear about what you are looking for and how Aon may be a good fit for you
TIP 3:
Be prepared. We will ask you some questions about background and conduct a behavioural style interview where we will want to know about the situation/event, what you did and what happened as a result
TIP 4:
Ask us questions, interview us to make sure it's the right role for you

An interview with our recruits

Tracy Senica

Service members are excellent at adapting to new situations

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Michelle Forbes-Masterson

The ability to ‘just get on with it’ is invaluable.

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Tom McCann

Be up-front about what you don’t know – ask questions.

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