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Actuarial Analyst (Entry Level)

Independent for over 75 years, Milliman delivers market-leading services and solutions to clients worldwide. Today, we are helping companies take on some of the world’s most critical and complex issues, including retirement funding and healthcare financing, risk management and regulatory compliance, data analytics, and business transformation.

Through a team of professionals ranging from actuaries to clinicians, technology specialists to plan administrators, we offer unparalleled expertise in employee benefits, investment consulting, healthcare, life insurance, financial services, and property and casualty insurance.

Milliman’s New York City/Atlanta Health Practice is looking for an entry-level actuarial student to assist consulting actuaries with the development and use of actuarial models for pricing, reserving, and forecasting. This position provides excellent opportunities for professional development and advancement.

Job responsibilities

  • Analyze healthcare cost and utilization data using spreadsheets and databases
  • Review, organize and analyze statistical data
  • Drafting client communications
  • Assisting with research projects
  • Work towards ASA designation


  • Salary range is $65,000 to $94,000, depending on relevant factors, including but not limited to education, work experience, certifications, location, etc.


  • Bachelor's degree
  • At least two Society of Actuaries exams passed
  • Experience in Microsoft Excel
  • SQL knowledge a plus
  • SAS knowledge a plus
  • Strong time management skills
  • Strong quantitative and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral)

Additional information

  • Competitive compensation
  • Strong actuarial study program
  • Salary increases at each SOA exam completion
  • We will not be accepting candidates who need US sponsorship.
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