Description: We, at Progressive Insurance, are pleased to open our campus in Mayfield Village, OH again this year for a tour and presentations on our Accounting and Analyst intern programs as well as our Accounting Rotation and Analyst Development programs. In the past few years, we found these events to be well received. We plan to offer this opportunity on the following dates in 2017: March 31stand April 7th. We hope that one or both of these dates will work for your school.
We are targeting graduate and undergraduate accounting majors (preferred minimum GPA 3.2) who are available for accounting internships starting 1/2018 or 5/2018 and are graduating December 2018 or May/June 2019. For our analyst opportunities, we are planning to fill summer internships for 2018 with candidates excelling in one of many quantitative majors such as accounting, economics, statistics, actuarial science or mathematics. I hope that you can forward this to the appropriate professors or career services staff to target students for our analyst program as well. Faculty and Career Services representatives are also encouraged to attend.
Sponsorship is not available for these positions. Progressive generally does not sponsor foreign national candidates for work authorization except for positions that in Progressive’s determination require highly specialized knowledge and for which candidate sponsorship is appropriate.
Students will have an opportunity to observe our corporate environment and tour one of our campuses. We will provide information about our accounting and analyst internships, our Accounting Rotation Program (ARP) and Analyst Development Program (ADP), as well as other career opportunities at Progressive that support these majors. Current accounting/analyst interns or ARP/ADP members will also talk about their work at Progressive and answer student’s questions.
Students should select one of the Friday dates noted above. We elected to open both dates to provide students with more flexibility. We have scheduled these events from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., lunch provided. Please confirm your intention to participate by February 17th, and provide us with your contact person who will collect the RSVPs for our pre-planning and security access.
BNY Mellon Quantitative Risk Analyst
Description: This position is responsible for developing, maintaining and validating models that will support the BNY Mellon’s stress testing program. Initially, this will include a focus on developing models to produce macroeconomic variable forecasts. These models will serve as the foundation to analyze various types of financial risks (such as operational risk, credit risk, market risk and interest rate risk) inherent in the Corporation's business activities and processes. These results are reported to Senior Management and the Board of Directors on a regular basis as a key input to risk management and capital adequacy decision making. Models must use methodologies that are theoretically sound, with modeling choices, assumptions and parameters that are justifiable and supportable. The incumbent ensures that model development, implementation, data input, reporting, documentation, validation and maintenance use best practices, adhere to consistency and quality standards, and follow the guidance of corporate policies and procedures and regulatory requirements.
Qualifications: The candidate must have a superb quantitative and analytical background with a solid theoretical foundation coupled with strong programming, documentation and communications skills. The candidate should have a Master's Degree/PhD (preferred) or be a Master's candidate (considered) in a quantitative discipline (e.g., finance, economics, mathematics, physics, statistics or engineering); with 2 or more years of academic/industry experience in complex quantitative modeling; experience in numerical analysis and computational methods using programming languages (such as C/C++, C#, Java, FORTRAN, MATLAB, SAS) and mathematical/statistical software packages. Must be extremely focused, detail oriented, results oriented and highly productive. Must have the ability to efficiently and effectively conduct independent research, analyze problems, formulate and implement solutions, and produce quality results on time. The candidate must have excellent scientific and technical documentation and presentation skills, assertiveness & influencing skills, and the skills to explain abstract theoretical concepts to a non-expert audience in easy-to-understand language.
For recent grads, this job would be a full-time opportunity based in Cleveland. For current Master's students, this opportunity is available as a flexible engagement starting at 10 hours/per week up to full-time hours based on their availability. There is no end date for the part-time engagement, and it is expected that a successful individual can transition from part-time to full-time, upon graduation.
Insight2Profit is a technology and management consulting firm in Mayfield Heights. Insight helps B2B companies in a variety of areas, but our primary focus is data analytics and pricing optimization. We're growing rapidly (Inc 5000 5 years running) and have a number of openings for everything from interns to experienced grads with analytical skills (such as econometrics coursework). It's a casual work environment and a great opportunity for new graduates to learn a wide range of new skills.
Students can find information on job and internship opportunities on their website: http://www.insight2profit.com/careers.
They are hiring right now, as well as looking for Spring 2017 graduates and interns for next summer. They are hiring both BA and MA holders. Students finishing their junior year may apply for Anyone with questions can also feel free to reach out to Chris Jellen at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Medicaid Health Systems Administrator 1
Working Title: Medicaid ForecasterJob
Preview: As the Medicaid Forecaster, you will manage enrollment forecasting by using time series and other advanced statistical techniques to build forecasts of Medicaid enrollment for budgeting purposes. You will create reports on Medicaid enrollment as compared to projections and investigate any variance. You will work with other Budget staff to build and track the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) biennial budget as well as statewide Medicaid expenditures that involve sister state agencies. You will work on forecasting and tracking other aspects of the Medicaid budget including Medicare Part D clawback payments. Job Duties:Under general direction, serves as agency manager of Medicaid program and/or initiatives that impact one state-wide component of Medicaid Health System within one bureau of the Ohio Department of Medicaid (e.g., program analysis and application): researches, analyzes, evaluates, and forecasts Medicaid enrollment; develops and prepares the Monthly Me