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Posted:
8/4/2019
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Education
Government Relations Intern
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NAIC | Washington, DC
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Job Description

Position Government Relations Intern Req Code 96370 Location District of Columbia Full Time No Job Overview

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has an opening for an Insurance Regulatory Policy Intern in our Washington, D.C. Executive Office. This intern will work closely with Government Relations staff on a variety of projects by assisting with daily administrative duties and a variety of tasks such as providing assistance as needed to front desk operations.

The intern will also assist with research projects relating to domestic and international regulatory policy and other projects as assigned. This individual must have excellent oral and written communication and customer service skills.

Minimum Education required:

Must be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited College or University.

Preferred Education/Experience:

Pursing a degree in Public Policy, Political Science, International Relations or other related field.

Hours

must be able to work 25-30 hours per week during the academic semesters

Compensation

$15 per hour

About NAIC

Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is a voluntary organization of the chief insurance regulatory officials of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories. The NAIC's overriding objective is to assist state insurance regulators in protecting consumers and helping maintain the financial stability of the insurance industry by offering financial, actuarial, legal, computer, research, market conduct and economic expertise. Formed in 1871, the NAIC is the oldest association of state officials. For more than 135 years, state-based insurance supervision has served the needs of consumers, industry and the business of insurance at-large by ensuring hands-on, frontline protection for consumers, while providing insurers the uniform platforms and coordinated systems they need to compete effectively in an ever-changing marketplace.