A world of opportunities
AXA Partners in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa
We operate in several countries across the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META), and we have offices in – among many other cities – Algiers, Casablanca and Istanbul. You can find out more about these offices below. To find a job where you are or where you want to be, scroll down.

Some of our Middle Eastern, Turkish and African offices

Algiers, Algeria
We have over 80 people working here, in everything from Finance and Operations to Medical and HR. Our office has lots of great facilities such as a sports hall for group activities and games, a well equipped kitchenette for making and having your lunch, a beautiful terrace for when you need some time outside and quiet rooms for when you need to concentrate or take calls.
Casablanca, Morocco
Around 70 people are based at our Casablanca office, working across key areas such as HR, IT and Customer Experience. Our office is in a great location close to restaurants, coffee shops, clothing stores and other retailers. Theres also plenty of opportunities for socialising throughout the year with our regularly run charity days, learning weeks and celebration of events such International Women’s day.

Where we currently operate in the Middle East and Africa

“A 'customer first' culture is adopted by everyone and you can really feel that wherever you are in the business.”
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Açelya Kaya
Manager / Actuary, Turkey
“I’m going to take the opportunity to work towards further coaching accreditations.”
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Richard Anthony Bailey Castillo
ATI Operations Processor, Barcelona, Spain
“The constant innovation and implementation of new policies and technologies that keeps the business fresh and at the forefront of our industry.”
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Beth Buckland
Global COO Motor BL, Redhill, UK
“Whatever you’re into, there are lots of opportunities to get together outside of work – from walking clubs to the softball team.”
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Colleen Dillon
Medical Desk Supervisor, Chicago, Illinois
“I never stop learning and it’s a privilege to come to work every day.”
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Emmanuel Touzeau
Head of People and Communication, Paris, France