We are excited to announce that Aon’s Launch Graduate Program will be returning for our next intake (2021). Applications for the Launch Graduate Program will be open from 8th September 2020 and will close in early October 2020. Please keep an eye out for further news and visit this page during September to apply for a Graduate position with our team!
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If you’re interested in working at Aon, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when Aon hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.
Who We Are
Aon is a leading global professional services firm committed to investing in our people for the future. Every day, around the world, our Aon colleagues work closely with our clients to develop solutions to some of their most complex challenges around Risk, Retirement, and Health. With offices in over 120 countries, you’ll join a global community of over 50,000 colleagues ready to help you thrive in your career from day one.
As a graduate, Aon offers a challenging, relationship-oriented environment where you’ll be exposed to a wide range of what our company has to offer. Are you ready to say, “I’m from Aon?”
What Sets Us Apart?
At Aon, people are at the heart of everything we do. Together we create a workplace where every colleague is free to be their very best.
Through our Aon United culture, everyone has the opportunity to develop their own career story. Come be a part of the next Aon chapter.
Aon’s Launch Program
Our Aon graduate program – Launch, is a 2-year development initiative for graduates in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Looking for our next generation of leaders and technical specialists, we want you to be excited to join our people-driven culture and ready to dive in day one.
Are you ready to say, “I’m from Aon?”
Who are we looking for?
Beyond success in the classroom, we are looking for passionate graduates who are able thrive in a dynamic, global company where the best of data and talent meet to drive results for our clients. To show us where you might fit within the Aon family, share with us your leadership, work and extracurricular experiences. We know you work hard, tell us about it!
Launch participants will also have a university degree with a credit or above academic average and permanent working rights in Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders are encouraged to apply.
We will be holding final assessment events in October and November and will be aiming to extend offers to successful applicants during November 2020 for a February 2021 commencement. Find out more about our Graduate Roles at Aon Careers.
At Aon, diversity is more than a simple number or measure. It’s about creating an environment where each and every one of our colleagues feels a sense of belonging, respect, and value for who they are. We are a company all about people, and an open and inclusive workplace is key to our success.
One of the ways Aon colleagues are ensuring progress and commitment to diversity and inclusion is by voluntarily and visibly pledging "I'm in.” By pledging “I’m In,” Aon team members support every colleague to be themselves and show that non-inclusive behaviour is not tolerated or accepted. Are you ready to say, “I’m in?”
Aon’s Reconciliation Action Plan
As a part of our diversity and inclusion initiative, we are committed to partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their communities. Through the support of Reconciliation Australia, we have developed our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan to move forward in meeting our goals.
For more information about RAPs and Reconciliation Australia, visit the website: https://www.reconciliation.org.au/
Supporting Women at Aon
Here at Aon, we are determined to create an environment where all colleagues can thrive. To make our goals a reality, Aon is committed to supporting our female colleagues through mentorship and our diversity and inclusion action plan. Read about how some of our female colleagues are empowering results in their careers below.
To further support our female colleagues, Aon have set up the Women’s International Network. WIN is a networking group which promotes diversity and inclusion through events, people development, and a quarterly newsletter.
While we focus mainly on supporting the personal and professional growth of women at Aon, our work doesn’t end there. Our goal is a workplace where each and every colleague is free to be their very best. Should you choose Aon, we hope to see you at one of our meetings or events.
At the heart of Aon’s work is a mission to empower economic and human possibility. The “why” of what we do matters. It matters to our clients. It matters to us. And it matters to the communities we operate in. Find your “why” and how you can join us in making an impact at www.aon.com/empowerresults.
In Australia, Aon’s community initiatives are underpinned by relationships with four local charity partnerships. We know these organisations are doing great work, and we want to be a part of it. Learn more about our charity partners by clicking on the icons below.
Each year, Aon colleagues volunteer with our local partners in addition to the thousands of charitable organisations and educational institutions around the world. We are proud that Aon’s annual Aon United Day for Communities initiative goes beyond a talking point to truly making a difference in our communities. What will your Aon impact story be?