Approximately one hour south of Washington, D.C., you'll find more than 2,800 associates working in our expansive Fredericksburg, Virginia regional office. This 44-acre campus is located on Route 17, just minutes from I-95 and is accessible via the FRED bus line.
Fredericksburg is home to several company operations, including GEICO auto insurance, GEICO commercial auto insurance and the GEICO Insurance Agency. Known internally as the "MOAT," the GEICO Insurance Agency sells and services Homeowners, Renters, Flood and other lines of personal property insurance.
Career Opportunities In Fredericksburg
- Inside Sales Representatives - Auto and Property divisions
- Customer Service Representatives - Auto and Property divisions
- Claims Representatives
- Auto Damage Adjusters – Positions in MD, VA & WV
- Leadership Programs – Fast-track management programs for college graduates
- Clerical jobs within our National Print Mail Facility
What makes GEICO an employer of choice in Fredericksburg?
GEICO is one of the largest and most stable employers in the area! Our company offers competitive starting salaries, industry-leading training, a comprehensive Total Rewards benefits program and real career advancement opportunities...without the long commute to Washington, D.C. or Northern Virginia.
The Fredericksburg office provides on-site amenities, such as a fitness center, cafeteria, convenience store and banking at our credit union.
Our associates actively support charitable organizations, including Rappahannock United Way, Relay for Life, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, American Red Cross, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Fredericksburg SPCA and an annual car seat safety campaign.
What makes Fredericksburg a great place to live?
Known as one of the most historic towns in America, Fredericksburg is a blend of small town charm and modern convenience. Located between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, Stafford County is within driving distance to large metropolitan areas, the Blue Ridge Mountains, various beaches, and the rolling hills of both horse and wine country. The area is filled with culture and history, as well as local and state parks to explore.