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Milliman, Inc Associate Actuary / New Analyst Continuing Education Coordinator in Seattle, Washington

Description Milliman's Seattle Health Practice is looking for a part-time Associate Actuary / New Analyst Continuing Education Coordinator. This position is a key role in supporting day-to-day activities and collaborating with internal teams surrounding the Continuing Education program for the Seattle Health practice. The position requires experience in health actuarial work, creative actuarial capabilities, good communication and interpersonal skills, and organizational talents. A high degree of self-motivation and a combination of technical and interpersonal skills are necessary for success. The New Analyst Continuing Education Coordinator will work on a part-time unscheduled hourly basis, with hours anticipated to range between 5 and 15 for a given week, depending on seasonality and needs. The job duties may differ for given months, depending on specific projects and needs. This position is remote eligible with occasional travel to Seattle. About Our Practice Milliman's Seattle Health Practice serves a wide variety of organizations, including insurance companies, health plans, state and federal agencies, healthcare providers, reinsurance companies, providers, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), and employers. The staff consists of 150+ actuarial professionals in addition to healthcare consultants, IT, Administrative, and other non-actuarial staff. By joining Milliman, you will be working with some of the most experienced, most capable people in the health industry. Through our mentor program, you will have a dedicated colleague available to help guide your career growth. For the right candidate, these opportunities will help you grow professionally while enjoying the work you do. In this role, you will have the opportunity to: Lead and develop education and eLearning programs for new actuarial analysts and data analysts. Identify performance and development needs and recommend training solutions, as well onboard and train new analysts. Design effective learning solutions which are learner-centered, organized, accurate, relevant and engaging. Working with SME's, leverage a variety of learning development tools to develop and deliver training that utilizes a blended learning approach including instructor led, Web-based and e-learning. Maintain, update, improve and deliver existing content as needed in a fast paced and changing environment. Manage and monitor trainers to ensure trainee satisfaction and knowledge. Set up and facilitate training sessions for new analysts. Provide feedback to managers regarding new analyst performance. To be successful in this role, you will have the following qualifications: Professional Qualifications Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, economics, or a related field ASA designation Five or more years of healthcare actuarial experience Four or more years of educational experience (college-level or high-school level teaching preferred) Willingness and aptitude for detail work Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines Proficient in MS Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint Proficiency with Excel, e.g. using formulas in complex spreadsheets without sacrificing accuracy; and willingness to develop these skills further Proficient in SAS, SQL, or R Excellent communication skills, written and oral Demonstrable skills in presenting technical concepts to a non-technical audience in an understandable way Personal Qualifications Ability to work both independently and in team environments Demonstrated "let's find a way to do it" attitude - no task is too big or too small Excellent communication skills in a professional setting Dedicated to getting the details right Loves to learn, takes every opportunity they're given to develop knowledge and gain responsibility Extremely well-organized Self-driven to assess a need, research the