Career opportunities

Find out about some the latest career opportunities in the Australasian life insurance industry.

ALUCA offers a job advertisement service for life insurance companies and life insurance service providers.  

Current career opportunities 

Gen Re – Senior Claims Specialist

You will be responsible for delivering assessments of individual claims within defined authority, across all lines of Life Insurance products, to your clients. This role will give you the opportunity to showcase your current skills and experience while working with a diverse range of insurers across APAC and the South Pacific.


Gen Re – Senior Claims Specialist – Mental Health /Legal

The Gen Re Life Australia team is seeking to appoint two highly experienced and qualified Senior Claims Specialist in our Sydney office. These positions require Mental Health or Legal expertise and will report to the Head of Claims and work closely with the wider Gen Re Life team.

QSuper
Injury Management Advisor

Operating in a highly competitive and dynamic financial services environment, QSuper manages around $113 billion in funds for over 585,000 members and is committed to working with our members so they can feel more confident they are making the best choices for their situation.

If you are a talented allied health professional, have a look at the exciting opportunity they have in their life insurance subsidiary, QInsure, to join them as an Injury Management Advisor.

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ALUCA disclaimer

Australasian Life Underwriting and Claims Association Limited (ALUCA) has been asked to bring these notices to the attention of members. Members are reminded that neither ALUCA nor the officers of ALUCA can accept any liability in relation to any appointment that may be made as a result of these notifications. 
– ALUCA Chair 

NB: Where an advertisement has been placed directly by a company concerned, individual applicants should apply directly to the company as indicated in the advertisement. 

Unsolicited approaches by recruitment companies are inappropriate.