Actuarial Analyst - IntelliScript
Brookfield, WI  / Chicago, IL 
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Job Description

Milliman, Inc. is recognized as one of the top firms providing professional services to the insurance industry. Milliman IntelliScript is a specialty software-as-a-service (SaaS) unit of Milliman that provides valuable real-time data and underwriting decision support tools to health and life insurers. With deep understanding and expertise in the life and health insurance markets, IntelliScript offers an innovative suite of products to interpret and deliver electronic medical data (such as prescription histories, diagnoses, treatment data, etc.) to help clients make effective underwriting and group/population analysis decisions.

As part of Milliman, IntelliScript offers a unique, entrepreneurial, balanced environment, as well as competitive compensation and benefits. IntelliScript has averaged annual sales growth averaging 30% in the last several years. We are looking for collaborative people who are ready to be part of our long-term success. Visit our LinkedIn page for a closer look at our company and culture:

Opportunity Highlights

Work on a variety of analytical projects on a growing team
Innovation and ideas are always welcome at IntelliScript, and success is highly visible
Enjoy autonomy to work independently with strong trust and communication among the team
Milliman demonstrates work-life balance through a variety of perks and programs


By leveraging our relationships with retail pharmacy chains, PBMs, and data clearinghouses, IntelliScript is able to access prescription records on an identified and de-identified basis. IntelliScript’s SaaS products analyze and organize this data, through various risk management applications for health plans and life insurers.


Work with internal and external clients to create project deliverables
Creative problem solving using spreadsheets, databases and other resources to organize and analyze information
Communicate results in well written reports and presentations in a clear and concise manner
Anticipate and address questions that will arise during business review and client delivery
Use discretion and independent judgment to determine how to complete assigned projects, subject to peer review
Check and validate peers’ work and results

Professional Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in actuarial science, mathematics, or other major with quantitative course work
Undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or above
1 or more successfully completed actuarial exams (demonstrated exam success)
1 or more completed internships, and/or 1 or more years of work experience, in the actuarial profession
Proficient in Microsoft Excel
Experience with SQL, SAS, VBA or other programming language(s)

Personal Qualifications

Ambition and excitement for professional development through work and study
Strong technical and analytical skills
Demonstrated “let’s find a way to do it” attitude – no task is too big or too small, willing to pitch in wherever needed
Resourceful; tenacious in solving problems; asks questions and contributes ideas to determine the best way to accomplish a goal
Ambition and excitement for their professional development
Diligent in follow up, and meeting deadlines
Excellent attention to detail, organization, and time management skills
Articulate and professional when speaking with clients as well as with colleagues, via all mediums (phone, email, WebEx, etc.)
Thrive in an entrepreneurial and collaborative culture


This position will be based either out of the Milliman office in Brookfield, WI or Chicago, IL. Applicants must be willing to work onsite in their Milliman office. All aspects of this position are identical between both locations (types of projects, organizational structure, etc.). Our offices work together, with the only difference being physical location.

Applicants must be presently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. The IntelliScript Practice does not sponsor individuals for the purpose of obtaining or maintaining H-1B, O-1, TN, or other non-immigrant work authorizing status for this position.

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Job Summary
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Required Education
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
1+ years
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