Assists in gathering and manipulating data, performing calculations, and producing reports
Learns basic product designs and features to value liabilities and project future cash flows
Learns actuarial techniques in pricing, predictive modeling, and general data gathering and analysis
Works on projects related to rate-making, profitability analysis, projections, reserving, administration, competitive position, etc.
Develops and utilizes knowledge of spreadsheets, databases, word processing, and computer programming to fulfill management requests
Creates tools and reports for validation, tracking, auditing, competitive analysis, etc.
Develops a working knowledge of actuarial software and reporting functionality
Pursuing a degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, or a related field
Must be able to work full-time hours from late May to early August 2019. The internship may be extended part-time into the fall semester; depending on the availability of the student, the needs of the company, and strong work performance.
Graduation date of August 2019 or beyond
One or more actuarial exams passed (preferred). Hourly salary ranges from $20 - $25 based upon the number of exams passed.
Basic knowledge of general mathematics, interest functions, and principles of insurance
Spreadsheet, database, word processing, and/or computer programming skills (preferred)
Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Ability to work effectively as part of a team
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Internal Number: 180390
About COUNTRY Financial
For more than 85 years, COUNTRY Financial has helped people protect what they have, save for a comfortable future and achieve financial security.
Licensed in 40 states, COUNTRY Financial provides auto, home, life and business insurance, as well as retirement and investment services, to more than 1 million households and businesses.
The organization’s more than 5,000 financial representatives and employees work closely with customers to create insurance and investment programs that meet their financial objectives.
We care about the community, supporting national and regional non-profit groups across the country.
We’ve delivered on our promises to customers since 1925, when a group of Illinois Farm Bureau members established the insurance company to provide fire insurance on their property. Auto insurance was added in 1927, followed by life insurance in 1929.