Student Internship - Predictive Modeling

internship - full time, unpaid

Accident Funds
Lansing, MI
Closed
Posted 35 Days ago
Accident Funds
Lansing, MI
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 35 Days ago

Description

Job Details * About Accident Funds Student Internship - Predictive Modeling - Summer Job Code Number 9876772 Job Description Job Title: Student Internship - Predictive Modeling - Summer 2019 Are you looking for an internship where you will work with a group of dynamic insurance professionals who are committed to social responsibility, making workplaces safe, and making a difference? If so, consider building your skills and starting your career with AF Group! Interns will work with employees throughout the organization to forward business objectives in the areas of insurance operations and corporate functions. Interns will gain exposure to agents, policyholders, health care providers, claimants, attorney and other AF Group staff and customers, as directed by business needs. Diverse knowledge of insurance company operations will be beneficial. POTENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES/TASKS: * Performs duties related to the Predictive Modeling department * Projects include ad hoc data analysis, business process workflow analysis and documentation. * Prepares and delivers presentation(s) on assigned topic(s). * Attends unit, departmental, and corporate meetings as assigned. * Shows learning and both personal and professional growth and understanding of responsibilities. * Gains an understanding of how Accident Fund Holdings, Inc. runs and how Workers Compensation Insurance works. * Shows punctuality, professionalism, and a positive attitude when completing assignments. * Manages multiple deadlines. * Completes miscellaneous assignments as assigned. * Uses company software applications to complete assignments. * Maintains confidentiality. * Responds to internal and external customer inquiries. * Performs other related duties which may not be specifically listed in the po sition description, but which are within the general occupational series and responsibility level typically associated with the employee's class of work. EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS: * Have status as a sophomore, junior or senior as of the end of the spring term (or be enrolled in an applicable graduate program). * Hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better as of the most recent grading period. * Be able to work full-time during normal business hours for this summer. * Be available to begin employment between mid-May and mid-June. EDUCATION OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE: * Currently enrolled and active in any educational degree program. Preference will be given to those individuals currently enrolled in and majoring in one of the following degree programs: Business Administration, Applied Math and Statistics, Economics or related field. EXPERIENCE: * With proper education credentials no experience necessary. Previous work experience preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with SQL a plus. SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES (SKA) REQUIRED: * Excellent oral and written communication skills. * Excellent working knowledge of computers and company standard software; Internet research experience strongly preferred. * Ability to proofread documents for spelling, grammar and punctuation. * Ability to perform necessary mathematical computations. * Ability to comprehend consequences of various situations and make appropriate individuals aware of same for decision making. * Ability to exchange information clearly and concisely and to present ideas, report facts and other information. * Ability to establish work flows, manage multiple projects and meet necessary deadlines while maintaining composure during stressful situations occurring as a result of workloads and/or deadlines. * Ability to maintain confidentiality. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office setting with no unusual hazards. The qualifications listed above are intended to represent the minimal skills and experience levels associated with performing the duties and responsibilities contained in this position description. The qualifications should not be viewed as absolute standards, but as general guidelines that should be considered with other position-related criteria. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity is valued and we will not tolerate discrimination or harassment in any form. Candidates for the position stated above are hired on an "at will" basis. Nothing herein is intended to create a contract. ------------ Application URL: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=YmJnZW5lcmljLjIyMTA4Ljg3NDhAYWNjaWRlbnRmdW5kc2NvbXAuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t Job Summary Organization Accident Funds view profile Website http://www.accidentfund.com/public/caree Location Lansing, Michigan 48911 Job Code Number 9876772 Positions Available 1 Expiration Date 7/7/2019 O*NET Code 99-9999.00 O*NET Occupation Education Level None Job Level Entry Level

Skills

data analysis, statistics, economics, microsoft office, management, healthcare, sql, organization, math, presentations, computational mathematics, applied mathematics, matlab, latex, qualitative research

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