Career Paths

More than 850 professionals — each with diverse skills, passions and perspectives — combine talents to create the industry-leading team at NCCI. The future of our company and our employees grows brighter each day.

People who constantly pursue challenge, reward and personal excellence will discover a wealth of opportunities to make a difference with us.

Insurance Professionals

NCCI’s core business is collecting and evaluating workers compensation insurance data, and many of the employees that we hire—including Actuaries, Analysts, Economists and Researchers—have expertise related to the insurance industry. Our team works with carriers, regulators, legislators, trade associations and others to further our mission of fostering a healthy workers compensation system. Career paths for Insurance Professionals at NCCI include:

General Professionals

A business as complex as NCCI requires the support of professionals with a wide range of skills and expertise—from a team dedicated to providing internal support from Human Resources to IT professionals that power our company with the latest technology. Career paths for General Professionals at NCCI include:

Hiring Process

It’s important for you to know how our hiring process works and what to expect as an applicant for employment.

  1. Submit Your Resume Online for a Specific Position Once submitted, your resume is automatically entered into NCCI’s database.
  2. An NCCI Talent Acquisition Specialist Reviews Your Resume Your resume is reviewed to identify if it is one of the best matches for the position’s requirements. The selected resumes are sent to the hiring manager for further consideration.
  3. The Talent Acquisition Specialist Schedules the Interview If you are one of the most suitable candidates for the position, you will be scheduled for an interview with hiring representatives from within the position’s division and with Human Resources. These interviews are most often conducted face to face. However, some interviews may be conducted via phone or video conferencing.
  4. The Talent Acquisition Specialist Contacts the Selected Candidate The selected candidate is contacted and offered the job. A written offer letter will include information such as start date, salary, and benefits.