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Swiss Re is hiring an
iptiQ Actuarial Intern (Pricing)
About the team
The iptiQ Americas Pricing team is involved with all aspects of the pricing and product development process and collaborates with other areas of iptiQ and across Swiss Re to support the coordination, infrastructure and competences that are key to driving forward this business.
As a Pricing Actuarial Intern with iptiQ Americas, you would have a unique and exciting opportunity to join the team in charge of running a US insurance business unit within a global company. You will be part of a diverse and highly driven team committed to delivering value-added services to a wide range of clients and providing life and health insurance to as many consumers as possible.
About the role
The Pricing Actuarial Intern will assist with the creation and modification of pricing models, monitoring experience studies, testing assumption changes, performing competitive analysis to assist with Pricing studies and other pricing and profitability-related analysis. You will obtain experience with Excel and MG-ALFA, the pricing software used by many Insurance companies in the industry.
- Currently enrolled in an undergrad program as Sophomore or higher, preferably pursuing a degree in Math, Statistics, Actuarial Science or Finance
- Exceptional academic performance (GPA of 3.0 and above)
- Passed at least 1 Society of Actuaries exam
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Experience with Excel preferred; VBA, Access, R and/or Python are a plus.
- Must be self-motivated, hardworking, analytical and proactive
- Requires attention to detail, good organization skills, and the ability to work independently
- Must be able to work well with individuals at all levels within the organization and be able to articulate ideas
For Armonk, the base salary will be $20-30 per hour, depending on location, qualifications, projected graduation year and/or highest degree held.
At iptiQ, we partner with established brands around the world to create impactful digital insurance solutions. We make it easier for consumers to buy the insurance they need from the brands they trust. We provide life and non-life insurance through our end-to-end digital platform and build multi-channel customer experiences.
What we offer our employees is outstanding. Hybrid working in offices across the world, phenomenal learning & career opportunities and a culture that encourages new perspectives to challenge conventions and come up with innovative solutions. We believe in the power of inclusion and a work environment where everyone can be their authentic self. Drawing on our employees' broad range of perspectives, life experiences and backgrounds, stimulates creativity and gives us a competitive edge. Ignite your curiosity to shape digital insurance.
Swiss Re is an equal opportunity employer. It is our practice to recruit, hire and promote without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, pregnancy, marital status, military status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Decisions on employment are solely based on an individual's qualifications for the position being filled.
iptiQ is part of Swiss Re, one of the world’s leading providers of re/insurance and risk transfer solutions. This means we’re backed by Swiss Re’s capital strength and more than 150 years of risk knowledge. Through our partnerships, we contribute to Swiss Re’s vision to make the world more resilient.
During the recruitment process, reasonable accommodations for disabilities are available upon request. If contacted for an interview, please inform the Recruiter/HR Professional of the accommodation needed.
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