Business Analytics Summer Internship
Why choose an internship with Wellmark? We strive to offer meaningful work that assists in your professional development and provides value to the team. You’ll gain valuable experience within the health insurance industry and put the skills and knowledge you’ve acquired in school to practice this summer during our 2020 Summer Internship Program. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from subject matter experts and leaders within the industry, network with fellow internship program participants, and gain practical, hands-on work experience.
If you’re eager to learn, collaborate with others, demonstrate your potential, develop customer-focused solutions, and grow into an exciting career, we hope you’ll consider an internship with us!
What’s Business Analytics? The Business Analytics team at Wellmark provides reporting and data analysis to various stakeholders throughout the company. We work with many data sources including those related to health/pharmacy claims, member enrollment, health and care management, provider, product/benefit, sales/marketing, customer service, etc. In general, our work consists of collaborating with business stakeholders to define a business problem and then consuming data and doing analyses to enable data-driven decision making.
What projects might I support? Although subject to change, examples of projects are included below:
- Quantifying the impact and root cause of customer inquiries through speech and text analytics
- Extract, analyze and interpret data using business intelligence tools to support the initiatives of the Business Analytics team
- Analysis of claims timeliness drivers
I’m interested! What’s next? Review the qualifications below. If the position is a match with your background and interests, please submit an application for review.
This internship will start in May of 2020.
Wellmark has been named one of the best employers in the U.S. by Forbes Magazine, ranking #3 out of the top 500 midsize employers in the nation and 1st among midsize insurance companies!
Minimum Qualifications Required (all must be met to be considered)
To be considered, candidates must be current junior, senior or graduate students studying a Quantitative major for example; Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science and have:
- Training and practice using statistical programming tools (e.g., SAS, SPSS, R, SQL, etc.) for advanced analysis and complex data integration
- Strong collaboration skills with the ability to influence and build relationships of trust
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to make recommendations by translating data analysis insights into decisions and actions
- Strong problem solving skills, with the ability to develop proactive solutions
- Strong technical aptitude, with the ability to learn new systems quickly