Health Summer Intern - Tampa - College Program 2018
Mercer's 2,500 US Health Consultants deliver disciplined, consistent approaches, to benchmarking, data analytics, financial management, marketing, compliance and communication. Our client focus, integrity, expertise, and innovation are why clients choose Mercer. We are committed to setting the industry standard for ethical and transparent business practices.
As a Mercer Health Summer Intern you will work with senior consultants in the design, financing, pricing, and administration of client companies' health and welfare programs. You will be part of a team and have the opportunity to learn about our industry, clients, and the type of work we do. Our stimulating and learning-filled environment will help you build strong relationships with your colleagues and future peers.
A Health Summer Intern can expect to:
- Collection and analysis of health care claims and utilization data including cost projections and evaluations.
- Assist in the Request For Proposal (RFP) process on behalf of a clients.
- Assist senior consultants to review client needs, suitable approaches and implementation strategies.
- Model employee benefits contributions to meet employer objectives
- Help prepare and write client communications, including reports, spreadsheets and presentations
Qualified candidates for a Health Summer Internship:
- Fully matriculated student with Junior class standing, progressing towards a bachelor's degree in business, math, statistics, economics, health policy or related liberal arts major
- Minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0
- Availability to work 10 consecutive weeks during the summer
- Strong analytical, mathematical skills and excellent work ethic
- Proficiency using Microsoft office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
- Strong business acumen paired with intellectual curiosity
Meet Some of Marsh & McLennan Companies's Employees
As part of the rotation program, Tiffany is learning strategic planning—how to grow a business not just organically but also through acquisition and possible divestitures.
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