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8/4/2019
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Business Development
Actuarial Executive Development Program Intern
Cigna | Denver, Colorado
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Job Description

It's fun to work in a company where people truly BELIEVE in what they are doing!

We're committed to bringing passion and customer focus to the business.

The purposes of Cigna's Actuarial Executive Development Program (AEDP) are to (1) attract and retain high-caliber actuarial professionals who will perform financial and actuarial functions and (2) facilitate member development in pursuit of attaining senior level managerial and leadership roles throughout the organization. Cigna values its actuaries and helps them to learn, grow, and excel throughout their career. The AEDP helps develop its full time members through challenging job rotations, actuarial exam support, and various leadership opportunities. Cigna has had AEDP graduates reach CEO, Chief Financial Officer, Operational and Technical leadership positions as well as roles that require more subject matter specific expertise, both across the US and around the world!

A great way to assess whether the actuarial profession in general and Cigna in particular are a good fit for you is to participate in our actuarial summer internship. This eleven week program from late-May until early-August will expose you to what life as an actuary will be like, and serves as a "two way interview." Additionally, Cigna views the internship program as our primary source for identifying full time talent.

What you'll do:

Real work: You will be assigned a project to own for the summer that deals with actuarial related concepts, usually overseen by an AEDP member so you can get exposure to the day-to-day work of an actuary. You will be asked to present your findings and conclusions at the end of the summer.

Speaker series: You and your fellow interns will be exposed to a variety of lectures, case studies, and presentations given by members of the Cigna and actuarial community so you can get a feel for the wide array of roles that exist in the organization and how they fit together.

Compensation: Earn a highly competitive hourly rate in addition to gaining valuable work experience.

Paid Housing: The AEDP pays for shared intern housing in an apartment, hotel, or facility that has close proximity to the office.

Schedule: You must be available to work a 40-hour work week, Summer 2020.

Community: Be a part of a large, tightly-knit community of actuaries and AEDP associates, not only in your local office, but also across the US and around the world!

What you need to do the job:

Progressing towards a degree in a related field (3.2 minimum GPA)

Outstanding technical, analytical and interpersonal skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Possession of a strong desire and demonstrated ability to lead

Drive to develop business and actuarial skills through ongoing training and varied rotations.

Locations: Hartford, CT; Philadelphia, PA; Denver, CO; Austin, TX; Nashville, TN

Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, age, disability, sex (including pregnancy), childbirth or related medical conditions including but not limited to lactation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital or familial status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, citizenship status or any other characteristic protected by applicable equal employment opportunity laws.

If you require an accommodation based on your physical or mental disability please email: SeeYourself@cigna.com. Do not email SeeYourself@cigna.com for an update on your application or to provide your resume as you will not receive a response.

About Cigna

CIGNA Corporation (CIGNA) is an investor-owned health service organization in the United States. The Company's subsidiaries are providers of healthcare and related benefits, the majority of which are offered through the workplace, including healthcare products and services; group disability, life and accident insurance, and workers' compensation case management and related services. CIGNA's revenues are derived principally from premiums, fees, mail order pharmacy, other revenues and investment income. The Company operates in five business segments: HealthCare; Disability and Life; International; Run-off Reinsurance, and Other Operations. (Source: 10-K)

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