Responsible for contributing throughout the organization in activities including, but not limited to the Academic Intern opportunity. Assigned to areas as necessary to complete the assigned projects or learning opportunities.
Performs other related duties which may not be specifically listed in the position description, but which are within the general occupational series and responsibility level typically associated with the employee’s class of work.
EDUCATION OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE:
- Completion of the assigned Academic Intern Projects or learning opportunities.
- Prepares and delivers presentation(s) on assigned topic(s).
- Attends unit, departmental, and corporate meetings as assigned.
- Shows learning and both personal and professional growth and understanding of responsibilities.
- Gains an understanding of how Accident Fund Insurance Company of America runs and how Workers Compensation Insurance works.
- Shows punctuality, professionalism, and a positive attitude when completing assignments.
- Manages multiple deadlines.
- Completes miscellaneous assignments as assigned.
- Uses company software applications to complete assignments.
- Maintains confidentiality.
Currently enrolled and active in an educational degree program with junior or senior status as of the beginning of the summer 2012 (or entering second year of an associate program, or enrolled in a graduate program.) A diverse knowledge of insurance company operations and a desire to work in insurance field upon graduation is preferred.
With proper education credentials no experience necessary. Previous work experience preferred.
SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES (SKA) REQUIRED:
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent working knowledge of computers and company standard software; Internet research experience strongly preferred.
- Ability to proofread documents for spelling, grammar and punctuation.
- Ability to perform necessary mathematical computations.
- Ability to comprehend consequences of various situations and make appropriate individuals aware of same for decision making.
- Ability to exchange information clearly and concisely and to present ideas, report facts and other information.
- Ability to establish work flows, manage multiple projects and meet necessary deadlines while maintaining composure during stressful situations occurring as a result of workloads and/or deadlines.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Must be scheduled in accordance with departmental requirements
- If a summer intern, be available to begin employment between May 14 and June 4.
- Hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, as of the most recent final grading period
- Be able to successfully complete a required background check (criminal, educational, social security check and employment verification)