Rajesh Thurairatnam, Actuary at Cincinnati Financial and BGSU graduate.
Mathematica Policy Research (MPR), a social policy and research firm headquartered in Princeton, NJ. We are interested in recruiting graduate students from your school for our Research Programmer Analyst position open in our Ann Arbor, MI location. Were looking for students or recent grads with BA/BS (MA/MS preferred) with a strong academic record in the social sciences, statistics or mathematics, computer science, public administration, public policy, actuarial science, or a healthcare-related field like public health. Attached is the job notice for the Research Programmer Analyst position which details the position further (a direct URL to apply online is included). Please review and distribute to your students accordingly. We will be reviewing applications in the upcoming weeks, so please encourage any students that are interested in the position to apply as soon as possible, though applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis and into the fall.
Western & Southern Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company, is a dynamic family of diversified financial services companies that provides life insurance, retirement planning and investment products and services to help millions of consumers nationwide to plan and protect their futures. Leading intern candidates will possess the following: · Enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science or related field. · Successfully have completed one or more Society of Actuaries’ exams. · Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. · Proven strong analytical skills, including ability to identify and quantify problems and provide effective resolutions. · Ability to work independently and as part of a team
We are currently recruiting to fill positions beginning in the summer 2013. The successful candidate
will possess extraordinary computer, technical, communication, interpersonal skills, and be
self-motivated and driven to achieve.
Applicants are required to have passed at least 1 exam offered by the Society of Actuaries.
To apply, please forward your cover letter, resume and current actuarial exam status to:
Your submission should include your anticipated graduation date and the date you would be available to begin work. We look forward to hearing from you! Please forward this to all graduating actuarial students.
Post September 17, 2012 through May 15, 2013.