Make a career. Make a difference.

Ready to join a business based on innovation and integrity? Work with us and discover real opportunities to make our clients and our communities more secure and more successful.

Trion is the agency of choice for anyone who wants a great career.

When you join Trion, you’ll find a:

  • Culture of respect that practices everything we preach
  • Respect for the entrepreneurial spirit
  • Place to grow, to be challenged – but also to feel that you belong
  • Special way to give back to your community

When our clients succeed, we succeed.
Our clients recognize the value we bring them. It’s why we’ve grown to more than $1.3 billion since 2009 with over 120 locations in the U.S. and Canada, employing more than 7,000 colleagues.

Experience the Trion difference.
Colleagues at Trion don’t simply work together; they challenge each other to push further, think smarter, and love what they’re doing together. Our shared purpose is to be there for our clients in the moments that matter. Working at Trion is a unique, exceptional experience. And that’s why, at Trion, you can make a career that makes a difference.

Want to know more?
Watch the video to discover what working at Trion could be like for you.

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Work shouldn’t be a four-letter word.

“All of our partner firms were built upon a passion to serve others. Collectively, we are building MMA with the same culture and purpose: To improve our communities and the lives of our colleagues and clients. We aspire to transform our clients’ and colleagues’ experience, but equally important is our desire to serve our communities.” – Dave Eslick, CEO, Marsh & McLennan Agency

We embrace a culture that celebrates and promotes the many backgrounds, heritages and perspectives of our colleagues and clients.

Join us and experience the difference working with people who care.

Our benefit programs vary by office; here is a sampling of the culture enjoyed by eligible Trion colleagues.

Generous Benefits 
Enjoy generous and competitive benefits.

  • Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans
  • 401K and company match program
  • Company-paid life and disability
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Competitive paid time off programs ensure you have time to recharge
  • Paid parental leave

Growth and Development
Advance your career with MMA University

  • Designation programs & CE courses
  • Mentorship and leadership development programs
  • Onsite learning opportunities
  • Be appreciated and rewarded for your work
  • Tuition reimbursement

Community Involvement 
Make a difference in your community 

  • Company-sponsored volunteering/fundraising
  • Dollars for Doers
  • Gifts to Education
  • Volunteer Recognition

Work-Life Balance
Treat yourself to good physical & mental health

  • Partake in employee wellness programs
  • Alternative work schedules
  • Employee Assistance Program

Office Life
Love coming to work!

  • Entrepreneurial work environment and leadership style
  • Office spaces designed to maximize innovation and collaboration
  • A focus on taking time to celebrate success and build relationships

Launch or Elevate Your Sales Career

Building a successful sales career in financial services isn’t easy, and it’s not for everyone. But for those who have what it takes, the rewards are abundant—financially and otherwise. Trion provides the resources, culture and leadership you need to be successful, to build something you’re proud of, and to provide for your family.

If you’re contemplating a sales career in professional services or are looking to take your existing career to the next level, you owe it to yourself to learn more about what Trion can provide.

Trion’s latest career opportunities are posted on the Marsh & McLennan Companies MMC Careers site.

TPIT Program:

Our Trion Producer-in-Training (TPIT) program is an intensive six month in-classroom training program designed to fully prepare new candidates for the rigor of insurance sales including all necessary courses to earn licenses, insurance coverage training, value added service training, sales training and professional development. Each of our TPIT colleagues will be paired with a mentor to maximize the learning process. The majority of our trainings are conducted by MMA Trion employees or broker and carrier partners. We believe in the platform’s ability to create the future generation of successful insurance sales producers that will allow us to meet and exceed our current and future goals.

Listed below are frequently asked questions and answers to assist candidates throughout the application process.

A: Please click here for the current listing of openings. If you’ve found an opportunity that meets your skill set, it’s time to apply! You can save time on this step by uploading a resume.

A: You can view the status of your application by logging into your MMC Workday account profile page under “My Applications” via

A: We do our best to provide responses to candidate applications as soon as possible. However, due to the volume of applications, we may not always be able to provide an immediate response. Most applications will receive a response or an update within 30 days.

A: Applicants may have multiple active applications at a time. The candidate is expected to communicate their candidacy for multiple positions to the Recruiter. Many operating companies operate independently; therefore, the Recruiter may not always be aware if a candidate is in consideration for additional opportunities with other businesses within MMC.

A: To update your contact information, select the cloud symbol in the top right-hand corner next to your email to reveal the dropdown box. Select “View My Profile” and then “Update Contact Information”.

A: Our recruiters work closely with the hiring manager to understand the requirements of the role. If your application is determined to be a match for the position you applied to, then you are likely to hear from a recruiter to schedule an initial interview – either over the phone with a recruiter, or via video, at a time that fits your schedule.   From there, you may be invited to participate in onsite interviews. Our interview process is structured to provide you ample opportunity to learn about the role, share more about your background and experiences with the hiring team.   Some interview processes may require a presentation; others may require you to complete an online assessment. It’s also worth noting that offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background check.  The recruiter will be able to provide you with a specific overview of the interview process for the position.

We know you want to be sure Trion is the right place for you. Please use the interview process to ask questions about the role, growth opportunities, our culture, and anything else that is important to you as you consider a career with Trion.

A: Marsh & McLennan Agency is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Marsh, a global leader in broking and risk management. Within MMA, 12 regions across the US and Canada serve the risk prevention and insurance needs of middle market companies. As you are researching MMA, you may find that some agencies have retained their legacy name. That’s part of the ‘local touch’ — maintaining names familiar to local prospects and clients.

Trion offers a comprehensive benefits package that varies by region. Many regions offer comprehensive healthcare, dental, vision, and retirement plans for eligible employees. A Recruiter will be able to provide you with detailed benefit information and eligibility requirements related to a specific position.

Click on the job titles below to be directed to the MMC Careers site where you can learn more about these opportunities and get started on your application.


The Producer is responsible for identifying new sales opportunities, prioritizing prospective clients, and participating in Sales & Marketing events to continue to grow the market share and revenue of Trion’s suite of services. This individual will play a critical role in collaborating with the New Business Development team on the overall sales strategy while also supporting the Account Managers’ client relationships by identifying service expansion and retention efforts. The Producer must ensure a consistent flow of new revenues to the company as stated in the annual individual sales goals.

Associate Producer:

The Associate Producer will join the TPIT program and learn the necessary skills for a producer. Part of this role includes conducting sales presentations and works to ensure the maintenance of a book of business of small, low-risk accounts and a high frequency of sales work to generate a sales prof,  closing sales deals by negotiating values and basic pricing structures to best serve both the business and client needs and overseeing the sales process from start to finish to ensure service quality and general transactional satisfaction.

Client Informatics Director:

The Client Informatics Director is responsible for the development and ongoing management of the resources and deliverables within the Client Informatics Unit.  This includes, but is not limited to creating tools, models, analysis/reporting and presentations for internal and external clients that easily demonstrates the key performance indicators of their overall employee benefits spend including financial costs and overall claims/clinical utilization trends and patterns.  This individual will play a critical role in collaborating with many teams including our Strategic Initiatives Division, Account Managers, Underwriters, Actuaries and Clinical and Health Management Consultants to provide value-add tools on a scalable and repeatable process to existing and prospective clients.

Pharmacy Financial Analyst:

As a member of the Strategic Initiatives Division the Pharmacy Financial Analyst will support the MMA East Pharmacy Practice.  This individual will be responsible for providing financial analysis utilizing modeling tools to evaluate pharmacy benefit managers including TrionRx’s Coalitions including supporting financial evaluations, clinical management support and strategies as well as general pharmacy account management support working in concert with the Pharmacy Team and MMA East Account Management Team of Account Managers, Underwriters and Client Service Representatives.

Client Service Manager:

As a member of the MMA MarketLink Benefits Administration team, the Client Service Manager is responsible for the successful management of our clients’ project plans relating to the implementations, annual renewals, ongoing administration and special projects. This involves developing client plans to properly outline tasks, resources and timelines, coordinating team resources to meet project deadlines, and reporting project statuses and milestones to the Team Manager. This position requires strong demonstrated project management experience in benefits administration (preferably Health & Welfare) and/or handling complex technical projects.

Account Manager (Chicago):

As a member of the Life & Disability group, the Account Manager is responsible for the day-to-day support to a Senior Consultant and provide consulting services for clients. As the Account Manager, he/she will serve as the guardian of the strategic customer relationship and orchestrates the deployment of corporate-wide resources to provide comprehensive products and services. This entails supporting the overall Life and Disability consulting practice relative to revenue growth and service needs as well as being accountable for the retention, development, servicing and expansion of their assigned accounts. The incumbent individual will lead and collaborate with the dedicated Client Services Team to his or her key accounts.

Vice President, Insurance Advisory Services:

This position is located at our client site in Kansas City, MO. Part of a team of problem solvers helping our client’s use collaborative employee benefit and insurance group purchasing activities in creative ways to provide strategic and operational value to member hospitals.  Responsible for coordination of employee benefits and insurance group purchasing contract activities for children’s hospitals with a particular emphasis on health and pharmacy programs. Involves interacting with our client’s staff and vendors as the subject matter expert and lead on workforce services to maximize participation in existing programs, identify and develop new programs, and enhance and sustain working relationships.

Call Center Supervisor:

The Call Center Supervisor leads the Call Center team members to ensure a high-level of customer satisfaction is being met while maintaining the call volume in a timely and professional manner. This individual is responsible for coaching, mentoring and educating their team members to ensure each individual is developed to their fullest potential, while ensuring the calls are meeting the service level agreements and creating a positive experience for the customer. Additionally, this role will work in conjunction with the Call Center management team, including the Quality Control Manager and Trainer, to ensure consistency across all Call Center processes.

Voluntary Benefits Analyst:

The primary role of the Voluntary Benefits Analyst is to support Producers, Client Teams, and Clients by providing analysis and evaluation of products and carriers to support overall business objectives. Analyze demographics and existing benefits of prospective clients to prepare strategic voluntary benefits offerings. Correspond with insurance carriers daily to obtain plan details and product enhancements to clarify and streamline the product comparison. Prepare and present client-ready presentations used to deliver our recommended insurance carrier, supplemental health products, and voluntary benefits strategy.

Client Service Representative: 

The primary role of the Client Service Representative is to evaluate client health and welfare benefit plans and design changes, develop and implement solutions to client issues, support the delivery of contracted client service, and participate in a cross functional team to support Producers, Account Managers, and Underwriters in servicing clients.

Financial Analyst:

The primary role of the Financial Analyst is to assist the FP&A Director and CFO with all aspects of the company’s monthly, quarterly and annual financial statement preparation, analysis and tracking of accounts specifically to Business to Consumer (BtoC) business such as Voluntary Benefits and other BtoC initiatives. Also responsible for all Supplemental Revenue reporting, analysis and forecasting.

ACA Analyst:

The ACA Analyst serves as a process and procedure subject matter expert to all internal and external partners. They interact directly with both customers and internal team members. They are responsible for quality assurance tasks, data analysis, system configuration analysis, issue research and resolution along with the training of internal teams regarding client-specific deliverables relating to the client’s ongoing ACA administration.  This includes working with internal team members, Marsh & McLennan offices and various departments to execute on the analysis of system design specifications, system configuration, report generation, data review and data mapping. They will need to understand the basic tenants of the Affordable Care Act.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Marsh, Marsh & McLennan Agency (MMA) was formed in 2008 to meet the unique needs of midsize businesses. MMA operates autonomously from Marsh to offer business insurance, employee health & benefits, private client services, retirement services, and HR consulting to mid-market clients across the United States and Canada.

To view all the listings available within the MMC family, visit the MMC Careers Page.