Bring your skills to Lexington and discover the opportunities being part of an industry leading company.

  • “I started my career as a Civil Engineer Project Manager in Illinois with the US Air Force. I later found Lexington when I was looking for a new career- one that had opportunity for growth. At Lexington, you are the driver of the ship; you have control on where you want to take your career”

    Jeff Hollencamp
    Title/Department: Underwriting Assistant, National Branch Casualty
    Years with Lex: One plus years 

    “My work at Lexington is all positive. I’m helping Lexington enhance its products and develop new, innovative insurance solutions for the marketplace. Given Lexington’s commitment to ingenuity, there is always a lot to be done!” read more 

    Meredith Mangan
    Title/Department: Associate General Counsel,
    President of the Boston CPCU Society Chapter
    Years at Lex: Four years

Steer Your Career in a New Direction
A career at Lexington Insurance Company provides many possibilities. Lexington Insurance, an AIG Company, is the leading U.S.-based surplus lines insurer and a property and casualty market leader. For more than 40 years, Lexington has provided innovative Property, Casualty, Healthcare, Program, Personal Lines, Financial Lines, and Specialty Lines products and services to an array of organizations.

Drawing on our entrepreneurial spirit, our employees are encouraged to rise to challenges every day and embrace opportunities to make a difference. Our diverse and creative workforce generates ground-breaking ideas that provide innovative solutions for our clients and help solidify Lexington’s position as a surplus lines market leader.

Browse our job opportunities currently available here. You can search by location and/or discipline and apply online.

Lexington Builds Emerging Leaders Program
In recent years, more employees have been nominated into the popular Emerging Leaders development program than ever before. The increase comes as no surprise to President of Lexington, David J. Bresnahan, “We’re paying attention, both to what makes sense to the organization and the kind of ideas we need to foster for our continued success,” he remarked.