Do you want to make a difference?

“If you believe you can make a difference in the lives of our clients, if you’re willing to work hard, if you want a fulfilling career, and if your values match ours, then I want you to work for American National. ” –James Pozzi, President and CEO.



“How can I make a difference?” If the answer to that question is important to you in your career, then you’ve come to the right place. Our employees ask themselves this every day, as they strive to understand our customers’ needs. Our core values of financial strength, integrity, respect, service and teamwork at the heart of everything we do. Do you believe in building relationships, keeping promises and making a difference in the lives of others? You’ve come to the right place.  

At American National, we protect people’s lives and futures against life’s uncertainties. We do the same for our employees, providing the support – and recognition – they deserve:

  • Comprehensive health benefits
  • Generous paid time off
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Career advancement
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Active community involvement

We Are American National

Founded in 1905 in Galveston, Texas, with just 10 employees, we’ve added employee operations in League City, Texas; Springfield, Missouri; and Albany, New York for more than 3,000 employees. We also have agents located across the country serving more than 5 million policyholders. We believe in nurturing and advancing our brightest employees, and we provide the resources to make that happen.

No matter what your background, there’s a career for you at American National: accounting, actuarial, claims, customer service, human resources, information technology, investigation and litigation, marketing, underwriting, agent careers and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I update my profile after I have submitted my information?

    Logon to the Career Center with your email address and password and select My Profile. After you make the desired changes to your profile, be sure to select "Next Page" or the changes will not be saved.

  • If I include my résumé with my profile and/or application, do I need to enter my work history, education and other information in the fields?

    You will be required to complete only basic demographic information, as well as salary requirements. We encourage you to enter data into all fields, including work history and education, as it enables recruiters to conduct a thorough search for qualified candidates when jobs become available. If you choose not to enter data in all fields, your profile may not be found by recruiters.

  • I'm an independent insurance agent. How do I become appointed with your company?

    Under Careers, please select Agent Opportunities and fill out the questionnaire so that we can better help you.

  • What is the difference between an application and a profile?

    An application is an intent to work in a specific capacity (job), while a profile is a collection of personal data associated with a specific user, including current address, salary requirements, location preferences, etc. For security purposes and in order for a profile to be saved, applicants must apply for a position.

  • What should I expect when I apply for a job opening?

    Once you have completed your profile and submitted an application, you will receive an email welcome letter. You will be contacted directly by a recruiter if you are selected for the next stage of the interview process.  If you are not contacted by a recruiter, you will receive an email explanation.

  • Why do I need to register when applying for a job opening?

    As part of our formal application process, registering on the site (completing My Profile, Résumé, and EEO info), allows recruiters to search your profile for current and future job openings. While recruiters go back and search past applicants frequently, we encourage you to check the website regularly or select the option to be emailed when new jobs match your resume. For security purposes and in order for a profile to be saved, applicants must apply for a position.

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