Mercer is a global consulting leader in talent, health, retirement, and investments. Mercer helps clients around the world advance the health, wealth, and performance of their most vital asset – their people. Mercer’s more than 20,500 employees are based in more than 40 countries, and we operate in more than 130 countries. Our UK footprint is significant and we work with some of the most well-known and well respected organisations and government bodies ensuring that we’re helping to shape the future direction of the industry to respond to our client’s needs.
The choice is yours
Mercer offers a variety of graduate and internship opportunities for students within Retirement and Investment business areas. Our Retirement business delivers market leading pensions solutions, tailored to both corporate and trustee clients as well as individual consumers. Our Investments business provides advice, solutions and tools to a wide range of institutional investors.
Training and development
Within our business we actively encourage you to further develop your knowledge through the successful completion of professional qualifications. To help you along the way, we’ll provide you with financial support and study materials as well as a generous study leave package. In addition, you’ll be supported by your team and a study champion, a colleague who has completed the qualification and can give you practical guidance and advice as you embark on your actuarial qualification.
Working at Mercer
With an organisation as vast as ours and a team of people with so many different skills and specialist knowledge areas, joining Mercer, means you’ll be intellectually stimulated, enjoy a challenge and committed to delivering excellence. Our team work in a highly collaborative environment where our diverse and inclusive culture values welcome all perspectives, backgrounds, experiences and approaches and we make sure that everyone on our team has an equal opportunity to contribute to the firm. We are proud to offer you a work culture that understands the importance of balancing work, life and ensuring continuous career development.View Mercer's Website