MassMutual

MassMutual

HQ
Springfield, MA
Total Offices: 3
6,000 Total Employees
Year Founded: 1851

Offices at MassMutual

MassMutual is headquartered in Springfield, MA and has 3 office locations.

Hybrid Workplace

Employees engage in a combination of remote and on-site work.

Typical time on-site: 3 days a week

U.S. Office Locations

HQ
Springfield, MA

Our roots in Springfield, Massachusetts date back to MassMutual’s founding in 1851. The Springfield office is a hub for business strategy, product development, compliance, legal, digital experience and more. On-site services include: credit union with ATMs, dry cleaner, physical therapy

Boston, MA

Our new Boston campus opened in November in the Seaport neighborhood.

New York, NY

Our New York office acts as a hub for our Enterprise Technology and Experience, Platform Operations, and Flourish teams in addition to other groups.

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Recently posted jobs

Big Data • Fintech • Information Technology • Insurance • Financial Services
Seeking a Head of Stable Value Product, Pricing, and Investment Analysis to lead the Institutional Product and Actuarial team at MassMutual. Responsibilities include overseeing product development, pricing, asset and liability management, financial & risk analysis, and business strategy. Key role in stable value investments with a focus on growth and profitability.
Big Data • Fintech • Information Technology • Insurance • Financial Services
The Procurement Contract Associate Manager at MassMutual will be responsible for drafting and negotiating contracts, managing supplier engagements, and communicating with internal stakeholders to assess risks and meet business objectives. The role requires strong organizational and time management skills, as well as experience in IT and technology related contracts.
10 Hours Ago
Boston, MA
Hybrid
Big Data • Fintech • Information Technology • Insurance • Financial Services
Procurement Contract Manager role at MassMutual involving contract drafting, negotiation, and supplier management. Responsibilities include understanding business drivers, communicating with stakeholders, negotiating with suppliers, and ensuring contracts adhere to standards and meet business objectives.