Fully Remote – To protect the health and safety of our employees, our offices are closed. When our offices reopen, the organization will be moving to a hybrid work model.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
At Brighthouse Financial, we’re fostering a culture where diverse backgrounds and experiences are celebrated, and different ideas are heard and respected. We believe that by creating an inclusive workplace, we’re better able to attract and retain our talent, provide valuable solutions that meet the needs of our advisors and their clients, and deliver on our mission of helping more people achieve financial security.
How This Role Contributes to Brighthouse Financial:
The Annuity Actuarial Modeling intern will work on a team that develops and tests Prophet models pertaining to annuity products, using best in class modeling standards. This work will help Brighthouse Financial improve the processes used to develop models, enabling us to produce better models more quickly.
What can you expect from an internship with Brighthouse Financial:
- Practical application and skill development at a FORTUNE 500 company
- Learning and development opportunities offered throughout the program
- Networking opportunities with senior executives
- Community service events
- $23/hour pay; 35-40 hour work weeks (with the exception of holiday weeks)
- 10 week summer program: 5/31/2022 to 8/5/2022
- Create tools to speed modeling efforts across the department
- Enforce best in class modeling standards
- Maintain change management and version control
- Implement and test new software releases
- Effectively partner with various business units, including Valuation, Projections, and IT
Desired Profile and Technical Skills:
- Sophomores and Juniors studying Mathematics/Finance/Actuarial Science or other STEM based major. Seniors planning to attend grad school are also eligible.
- At least 1 actuarial exam preferred but not required
- Working towards an actuarial career
- Enthusiastic about learning and problem solving
- Prior exposure to programming