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Actuarial Analyst Intern (Summer 2024)
Milliman's Seattle healthcare practice is looking for a summer intern to work with consulting actuaries in the development and use of actuarial models for various uses, including pricing and forecasting. This position provides an excellent introduction to the healthcare actuarial field. While somewhat flexible on timing, we expect the intern to work onsite from our Seattle office for a 12-week period during the May 2024 – August 2024 timeframe.
Milliman’s Seattle Health Practice serves a wide variety of organizations, including insurance companies, health plans, state and federal agencies, healthcare providers, reinsurance companies, and employers. The staff consists of 150+ actuarial professionals in addition to healthcare consultants, IT, Administrative, and other non-actuarial staff.
By joining Milliman, you will be working with some of the most experienced, most capable people in the health industry. Through our mentor program, you will have a dedicated colleague available to help guide your career growth. For the right candidate, these opportunities will help you grow professionally while enjoying the work you do.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
- Analyze healthcare data and produce reports using spreadsheets and databases
- Assist with research and marketing projects
- Prepare presentations for Milliman staff and clients
- Participate in trainings with experienced actuaries and partners in the firm
To be successful in this role, you have the following qualifications:
- Working towards or completed a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Economics, or another related field
- Working towards successful completion of one or more Society of Actuaries (SOA) exams
- College GPA of 3.3 or higher
- Expected graduation date no later than June 2025
- Interest in an actuarial career
- Willingness and aptitude for detail work
- Strong organizational skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience with Excel
- Knowledge of database/statistical analysis language (SQL, SAS, or R)
- Knowledge or training in computer programming language
This position is based out of the Milliman office in Seattle, WA. Applicants must be willing to work onsite full-time.
The salary range for this position is $23-$39 per hour, depending on relevant factors, including but not limited to, education, work experience, skills, certifications, location, etc.
- When an intern, temporary, or seasonal employee reaches 1,000 hours worked within 12 consecutive months, they become eligible for a 401(k) plan with matching program and profit sharing contribution
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Paid Time Off (PTO) starts accruing on the first day of work and can be used for any reason. Interns, Temporary, and Seasonal Employees will earn PTO each pay period, with an accrual rate of 1 hour for every 30 hours worked.
- Milliman will work with your university for school credit requirements if applicable.
Independent for 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 and financial services, and property and casualty insurance.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.
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