Risk Economics Intern - San Francisco - College program 2020
- San Francisco, CA
Marsh is a global leader in insurance broking and risk management. In more than 130 countries, our experts in every facet of risk and across industries help clients to anticipate, quantify, and more fully understand the range of risks they face. We work with clients of all sizes to define, design, and deliver innovative solutions to better quantify and manage risk. We offer risk management, risk consulting, insurance broking, alternative risk financing, and insurance program management services to businesses, government entities, organizations, and individuals around the world. To every client interaction we bring an unmatched combination of deep intellectual capital, industry- specific expertise, global experience, and collaboration.
Since 1871, clients have relied on Marsh for trusted advice, to represent their interests in the marketplace, make sense of an increasingly complex world, and help turn risks into new opportunities for growth. Our more than 30,000 colleagues work on behalf of our clients, who are enterprises of all sizes in every industry, and include individuals, multinational organizations, and government entities worldwide. We embrace a culture that celebrates and promotes the many backgrounds, heritages and perspectives of our colleagues and clients. Visit www.marsh.com for more information and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @MarshGlobal
This position is for an entry-level individual contributor in Risk Economics, who under close supervision, researches economic factors, performs a variety of basic financial and statistical analysis and supports the development of new, market-leading analytics-based tools to help clients assess and mitigate risk.
- Interested in pursuing designation from the Casualty Actuarial Society
- Pursuing bachelor's Degree in Math, Statistics, Actuarial Science or related field
- Ability to explain facts and figures related to job area
- Developing statistical modeling knowledge
- Detail orientation, communication and interpersonal skills
- Excellent Microsoft Office skills, particularly in Excel (including Visual Basic)
- Knowledge of programming languages such as Python, R, SAS, VBA a plus
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