Actuarial Intern - Property and Casualty
South Burlington, VT 
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Job/Internship Description
Who We Are

The Burlington Casualty Practice provides property and casualty actuarial consulting services on a range of projects across the insurance, reinsurance, and insurance-linked securities (ILS) markets. We work with a diverse set of clients ranging from major international corporations, to governmental agencies and risk pool, and financial investors and other participants in the ILS space. Using a variety of Milliman products and office-built tools, we look to establish and develop the cutting edge of actuarial practice in each of our professional niches, and provide our clients with trusted partnership and advice to advance the success of their business.

The Department/Team

The team is a focused and tight-knit group based out of the Burlington, VT office of Milliman. Our book of projects allows team members to work on a range of client projects of various sizes, and we employ a highly integrated project structure that encourages interaction across all members of the team from analysts to the Principals serving as the client leads. While most of our team's time is spent working on Burlington projects and with Burlington employees, team members also have the chance to participate on certain assignments that are completed in partnership with other Milliman offices, and work with employees from other Milliman casualty practices.

We believe that the actuarial skillset has important applications across both our traditional actuarial work and our work in developing market areas such as ILS, and are committed to developing a pipeline of young actuarial talent and future leaders of the firm through exam support and interaction with senior colleagues.


The actuarial intern role provides training and experience to individuals seeking to pursue a career in actuarial science. Interns are expected to be pursuing a credential with the Casualty Actuarial Society by taking and passing actuarial examinations, and to be exploring the potential of engaging in a full-time actuarial career.

On a day-to-day basis, the actuarial intern will be expected to work closely with project team members to execute key analyses for ongoing projects. They will be expected to develop their actuarial skills while displaying professionalism and strong communication skills. Much of the intern's work will be in Excel, but supplemental programming, statistical, and database skills are highly valued and will open up additional opportunities during the internship.



  • Four-year bachelor's degree or higher degree (quantitative course work in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, etc. highly desired), either completed or in progress.
  • Strong critical thinking, technical, and analytical skills
  • Expertise with Excel and Word
  • Close attention to detail


  • Between one and five successfully completed actuarial examinations, and pursuing a credential from the CAS.
  • Expertise with statistical and programming tools such as @Risk, VBA, R, Python, STATA, etc.
  • Working knowledge of supplemental database and professional working tools such as Access and PowerPoint
  • The ability to work collaboratively and organize various client needs in a fast-paced environment
  • Clearly demonstrated leadership and creative thinking abilities
  • The ability and willingness to clearly articulate questions and ideas
  • Intellectual curiosity about the topics of risk, Milliman, and the work of the Burlington Casualty Practice

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Position Summary
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As soon as possible
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Full Time
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