SECURA Insurance

  • Intern - Actuarial Services

    Location US-WI-Appleton
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    2207
    Job Grade
    Grade 2
    Category
    Actuarial Services
  • Overview

    This position is a 3-month internship for Summer 2019.  The Actuarial Intern will work closely with SECURA’s actuarial team to complete work products supporting rate reviews, competitive analyses, and business reports tailored to meet the needs of our internal customers. This experience will afford the Actuarial Intern opportunities to receive valuable actuarial training, gain professional experience in a business setting, and learn first-hand about the role of the actuary in the property and casualty insurance industry.

    Responsibilities

    • Assist in preparing support data used in the rate review process for personal, commercial and farm lines.
    • Apply current ratemaking methodologies to develop rate indications.
    • Assist in conducting strategic research and peer company analyses using a variety of sources and tools.
    • Assist in preparing and analyzing actuarial data on a monthly & quarterly basis, while learning how to identify and communicate key observations and trends.
    • Participate in various projects, including analysis supporting commercial lines, planning, reserving, claims, marketing, reinsurance etc.

    Qualifications

    • Actively pursuing Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science, Data Science, or related field.
    • Advanced data analysis skills including the ability to operate & design complex Excel spreadsheets.
    • Proficient in Word and PowerPoint.
    • Efficient, detail-oriented, and service-oriented.
    • The ability to simultaneously be focused and flexible, while working successfully both collaboratively and independently.
    • Ability to effectively use automation tools to improve the timeliness, accuracy and content of reports, or to support actuarial research.

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