BerryDunn is seeking an Actuarial Consulting Intern with knowledge of actuarial science to join our Health Analytics Practice Group (HAPG). You will join a core team providing actuarial, health economics, and data management services to our valued clients. HAPG has helped executives and policymakers in nonprofit health care organizations and government agencies pursue their missions by providing clear financial analysis of important decisions that affect health care coverage. We’ve built a reputation for sophisticated, objective, and insightful analysis, and have a team of highly qualified, outstanding professionals serving our clients. Important and wide-ranging transformation is occurring in the U.S. health system, and we are positioned to help health care organizations with the analytical support they need to navigate change successfully. This Internship will afford the opportunity to practice real world skills in a business environment by working closely with experienced professionals. You will report to the actuarial practice leader in the Health Analytics Practice Group. This position is in our Portland, ME office.
In order to be considered for this position, you must include the following within your application:
Copy of your post-secondary transcript
Model, validate, and manipulate data
Standardize and document actuarial models and processes
Perform actuarial analyses under the supervision of Actuaries
Be involved in actuarial projects that include providing healthcare actuarial expertise to our clients such as incurred claim estimates, valuation and certification of claim liabilities, benefit pricing, trend analysis, budget and forecast development, and ad hoc analyses
Keep supervisors and others informed of status of assigned projects
Been enrolled for at least three years as a student with an accredited college or university and are majoring in actuarial science, mathematics, or statistics are required. Other related majors will be considered.
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Excellent organizational and problem solving skills
Attention to detail
Proficiency in Excel and Word
Motivation to learn and work independently and in a team environment
Our people are what make BerryDunn special, and in return we strive to support our employees and help them thrive. Eligible employees have access to benefits that go beyond what’s expected to support their physical, mental, career, social, and financial well-being. Visit our website for a complete list of benefits and a look into our culture: Experience BerryDunn.
BerryDunn is a nationally recognized firm providing assurance, tax, and consulting services. Evolving over the years to stay on the forefront of the many industries it serves, the firm’s mission has remained constant: To help each client create, grow, and protect value―while delivering exceptional service based on integrity, expertise, and a constant commitment to client success. BerryDunn serves clients from its nine offices and with 800 employees across the US and territories. Learn more at Berrydunn.com.
We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.
Job ID: 2023-2868
Street: 2211 Congress Street
As Actuarial Interns, we gather and analyze data, and present analysis in a format appropriate for the given topic. We also update and present reports for capital modeling, volatility, capital adequacy, and other areas of the company, and perform duties related to the major functional areas of our business for our capital management team. Additionally, we prepare and deliver presentations on assigned topics, and attend unit, departmental, and corporate meetings as assigned, and we have learning and both personal and professional growth and understanding of responsibilities. We assist the finance actuary in carrying out valuations of insurance liabilities and maintain and develop the data management office and actuarial dataset and assist with the maintenance and enhancement of case-based reserving models.