Why work at Frankenmuth Insurance?
To the average person, insurance is boring. It’s forgettable. But for us, it’s exciting. It’s motivating. Every day is different and rewarding. It’s one of those jobs that truly lets you help people. Because our role is to provide protection and peace of mind, you have the opportunity to be a person’s greatest resource on their worst day. Could Frankenmuth Insurance be the right fit for you? If you value our values: commitment, caring, and teamwork, read on. And explore the possibility.
If you choose to bring your talents to Frankenmuth Insurance, you’ll join a team of more than 700 employees working together to achieve big goals. Fast-paced and consumer-focused, our team is committed to fairness and compassion. But, we’re also committed to you. That’s why we offer competitive salaries, outstanding benefits, and a platform for you to do the work you love.
Hear from our employees
I have worked for Frankenmuth Insurance for almost 30 years and have loved every minute. I have seen many changes over the years and witnessed how much the company truly cares for its employees and their customers. During my career I have been able to develop many strong working relationships, and Frankenmuth Insurance has allowed me to grow in my career.
What makes Frankenmuth Insurance special is that they treat their employees very well. They are a very stable and loyal company, and are always encouraging and helping employees to grow, learn new things and stay relevant in the industry. My unique experience is that I started as a high school co-op and continued working through college. All the while they worked with my school schedule, and I was able to join full-time once I completed school. It was a very seamless process, and I’m so glad I did it!
Frankenmuth Insurance provides room and encouragement for constant development and improvement. In one year, I have been involved in diverse, exciting projects all throughout the company. I have learned two new programming languages, presented predictive modeling analysis to executives, and even translated a 19th century German manuscript.