Milliman’s Mountain Gulf Health Practice operates as one entity across four locations – Denver, Houston, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City. Our spring internship opportunities are spread out across these four locations, or remote for the right candidate. Candidates will be prompted to rank their preference in location in the application process.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBJECTIVES
Our goal is to give interns a broad range of experiences and exposure to the work of consultants in our practice. Actuarial spring interns perform data analysis using Excel, SAS, and proprietary Milliman programs to assist with consulting for various health insurance work areas, such as: Commercial / ACA, Behavioral Health, Risk Adjustment, Medicaid, Medicare, Dental, and more.
Spring interns have the opportunity to leverage their classroom knowledge by taking part in consulting activities including everything from coordinating client marketing mailings to sitting in on client calls, updating models to developing analyses for internal projects, reviewing and checking the work of others to assisting with research and product development, and perhaps helping out with the occasional office prank.
Within a project team, consultants, project managers, analysts, and interns coordinate their efforts to deliver client reports and deliverables. Consultants are responsible for building relationships with clients, directing projects, and presenting results. Project managers work directly with analysts by reviewing work, answering questions, and developing client correspondence. Analysts are responsible for the majority of the technical work, which may include analyzing data, completing actuarial calculations, developing and utilizing actuarial models, and implementing software solutions. Interns are given very similar responsibilities compared to full-time analysts, and work alongside all levels of a project team while learning and expanding upon various actuarial concepts and computer programs, such as Microsoft Excel, VBA, and SAS.
Although exam study time, materials, and exam fees are not paid for by Milliman for an actuarial spring intern, we feel progression with actuarial exams is important, and the day of an exam sitting will be paid time off if applicable.
The goal of our internship program is to be a pipeline for entry level positions within our practice. All interns all eligible to be considered for a full time position based on their performance as intern.
- Junior or Senior bachelor’s degree candidates pursing actuarial science, mathematics or another major with quantitative course work
- At least one actuarial exam passed
- Solid understanding of basic actuarial concepts
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Exposure to programming (R, SAS, SQL, Python, VBA) is beneficial but not required
- Prior internship(s) and/or actuarial-related work experience is beneficial but not required
- Authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis without sponsorship from Milliman presently or in the future. Milliman Denver Health does not allow for sponsorship in order to maintain or obtain an employment authorizing status/visa or other form of employment authorization in order to legally work in the United States.
- Available full time, may be flexible for the right candidate
- Interest in residing in Denver, Houston, Phoenix, or Salt Lake City post-graduation
To be considered for this position, please upload a cover letter and resume.
Interns are not eligible for benefits, which are reserved for full time employees.
The hourly rate for this position will vary with the candidate’s qualiﬁcations and number of exams passed. The range for this position is $23-$26 per hour.
The Mountain Gulf Health Practice of Milliman is a group of highly self-motivated and enthusiastic individuals. Our practice has developed expertise in a variety of business areas, which means that we are always working on new and interesting challenges related to the healthcare field and the actuarial profession.
Milliman is the country’s most prestigious actuarial consulting firm, with offices in major cities worldwide. Milliman is divided into four main practice areas, providing a full range of actuarial and other consulting services to our clients in the areas of Healthcare, Employee Benefits & Investment, Property & Casualty, and Life Insurance & Financial Services. Each practice is individually owned by the local Principals who manage them, and the company’s flat organizational structure fosters entrepreneurs who work together to grow each practice and expand into new consulting opportunity areas. You can learn more about Milliman at www.Milliman.com.
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