NOT JUST A CAREER.
It’s been said that the purpose of life is a life of purpose. And if your goal is to make a positive impact in the lives of others, then helping people live safer, more secure lives is a great place to start. And there’s no better place to start than with a Hylant career.
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We protect people. That’s our business. Through our work, and by giving back, we’re able to make the world a better place for our clients, their employees and the communities we serve. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, we’d love to hear from you.
IS DEVELOPING HERE. YOU.
When you join Hylant, you become a member of the family. A family who supports and respects one another and believes in work-life balance and flexibility around your schedule. No wonder we’ve been named a “Best Place to Work in Insurance” 10 years running.
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IF YOU CARE ABOUT IT, WE CARE ABOUT IT.
Giving back is a key part of our culture. While we partner with a range of charitable organizations, we also encourage you to volunteer and contribute to causes you’re passionate about.
We want you to grow in your own way. So, we offer individual development plans, mentoring and the support you need to help you accomplish the things you want to accomplish.
EMPOWER YOUR FUTURE.
When you succeed, we succeed. So, we give you the support you need to build strong client relationships and incentive programs to reward leadership and professional growth.
An Insurance Agency That Is Anything But Boring.
It’s been said the best work happens when you’re enjoying yourself. While fun isn’t listed as one of our core values, it is high on our list. We believe a fun work atmosphere inspires creativity, is motivating and increases our productivity. Whether it’s working hard or playing hard, you can be sure we give it our all.
Help Desk Analyst
Joe had heard great things about Hylant upon graduating college. Among them was the fact that Hylant has a true family atmosphere, a rich history and wonderful people. And much to his delight, Joe became part of the Hylant family when he was hired as a member of the client service team in August 2008. In addition to the family culture, Joe enjoys the Metroparks, the Zoo and the special events downtown Toledo has to offer. Joe strives to do whatever it takes to help others, and Hylant gives him the opportunity to do just that. It’s one of the reasons he looks forward to coming to work each day.
Fresh out of college, Joe begins his career with Hylant as service assistant on the client service team.
Joe is promoted to senior service assistant on the client service team.
Joe’s career path takes him to help desk specialist.
This year Joe makes two career moves: the first to business application specialist, and then to his current position as help desk analyst.
Client Service Specialist
Britt began her career with Hylant six years ago as an intern. As someone who values continuous learning, Britt has managed to continue her education while working at Hylant. And as a result, she has already obtained two designations on top of being licensed. She appreciates the support she’s been given by her managers and colleagues and would one day like to step into a client service executive role and continue to gain knowledge about the international side of insurance.
Britt begins her career at Hylant as an intern with the licensing/surplus lines and commercial service teams.
It’s official. Britt is hired as a service assistant.
Britt makes her way up the ladder, becoming a senior service assistant in March.
Through the support and encouragement of her managers, not only does Britt earn CRM and CPCU designations, she is promoted to client service specialist.
Senior Client Service Specialist
Nick joined the Hylant family in July of 2010, and has made great personal and profession strides in the company ever since. As part of the new generation of risk management and insurance professionals, Nick appreciates the fact that he learns something new every day. He welcomes the challenge to think on his feet and come up with creative solutions for his clients. Nick also gives back to the community by actively participating in the Junior Achievement and United Way campaigns at Hylant.
Nick begins his Hylant career as a service assistant in his hometown of Toledo.
Nick’s managers and mentors help lay the foundation for Nick’s short- and long-term goals. He is promoted to client service assistant.
Nick is promoted once again, this time to client service specialist.
Nick becomes senior client service specialist and looks forward to one day serving as a client service executive in risk management or one of the many risk practice groups at Hylant.
Having a fulfilling career also means working in a city that suits your lifestyle. Fortunately, Hylant is located in 16 cities, large and mid-sized, across the U.S., so that no matter what type of environment is right for you, you can work in a city that fits.
[CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS] Mud Hens baseball. Walleyes Hockey. Tony Packo’s Hungarian hot dogs. Toledo has plenty to offer, including a remarkable set of natural resources, giving residents the opportunity to camp, fish, hike and bike, as well as cross-country ski in winter. In fact, it was ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report of the “10 Most Fun Places to Live If You Love the Outdoors.”
Ann Arbor, MI
This city has an infectious college-town energy and offers a blend of unique restaurants and boutique shops located around the University of Michigan. It also offers plenty to do outdoors with the nearby Huron River and was ranked #5 by Forbes among the “10 Best Cities for Millennials in 2016.”
Known for its diverse culture and robust arts and food scenes, Bloomington has an obvious allure for young professionals. Add to that a thriving music scene and several higher learning institutions, including Indiana University.
It has been ranked #1 by Money Magazine in “America’s Best Places to Live” on the strengths of its robust economy, quality schools, area parks, music festivals and performing arts–all within walking distance.
It’s affordable, it’s got a great music scene, diversity, tons of restaurants serving amazing food, plenty of art and culture and great national sports teams, including the 2016 World Series Championship-winning Chicago Cubs. It’s also home to 26 miles of lakefront with an 18.5-mile recreational path.
The eclectic flair of revitalized and growing neighborhoods, like Over-the-Rhine with its fine cuisine and shopping, is just one of the many reasons to come to Cincinnati. Here’s another: It’s been ranked #5 by Forbes among “America’s Most Affordable Cities.”
Cleveland, home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is also home to great shopping, restaurants and the 2016 NBA Champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s also been ranked #7 by U.S. News & World Report among “The 30 Most Fun Places to Live in the U.S.”
This young and vibrant city boasts tons of fun bars, restaurants, craft breweries, a huge fashion and design industry and plenty of space for biking, running or just hanging out. It’s also been named home of “The Greatest College Football Program Ever” by the Associated Press.
Fort Wayne, IN
Ranked #6 on Livability’s 2015 list of “Best Places to Live Affordably,” Fort Wayne gives you a lot of bang for your buck. It boasts plenty of beautiful neighborhoods where you don’t have to spend a lot to get a lot.
Grand Rapids, MI
Known as “Beer City, USA,” Grand Rapids is the home of the world’s third-best brewery and America’s #1 brewpub. It’s also home to spectacular art and culture, amazing dining and nightlife, inspiring natural beauty, walking and biking trails, fishing and so much more!
With the ongoing revival of downtown and Riverside, Jacksonville has emerged as one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. In fact, it was ranked #2 by Forbes among the “10 Cities Americans Are Moving to Right Now.”
Seems Nashville is known for more than having a rich history in country music. It’s also consistently named by Travel & Leisure Magazine as “America’s Friendliest City.” Walk down almost any street in Nashville, and you’ll be greeted with a wave and a hello from nearly everyone you encounter.
Home to Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios, Orlando is rated #1 by WalletHub in “The Best Cities for Recreation.” Also home to the country’s second-largest university, a diverse population and a vibrant arts and culture scene, no wonder Orlando is one of the best places to live and work.
Renowned for highly rated schools, excellent public services and beautiful neighborhoods, Troy is just minutes away from some of the area’s finest restaurants, shopping malls, music scenes and Detroit’s professional sports teams, the Tigers, Lions and Red Wings.