At OdysseyRe, career opportunities for students and recent graduates range from internships to full-time employment. Read to learn about our different programs.
- Actuarial: consists of on-the-job learning, working towards your FCAS, and rotating between Pricing and Reserving within an 18-24 month timeframe.
- Underwriting: consists of learning about reinsurance underwriting, working towards an ARe designation, all while rotating through various department within the underwriting division. Program is roughly 18 months long.
- Designed for final year undergraduate and graduate level students with an interest in insurance and reinsurance. Actuarial Science, Business, Data Analytics, Economics and/or Mathematics majors preferred.
- Offers interns a unique experience with our Company by providing an opportunity to gain exposure to multiple disciplines within a global corporate framework.
- Interns have the ability to spend meaningful time rotating through various departments within the company to gain a holistic overview and understanding of our organization and industry.
- Role is open to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree with an accredited institution.
10-week summer program that introduces students to the reinsurance industry within our actuarial or underwriting department. It begins early June and ends in the middle of August. This role is for candidates currently pursuing a college or university degree with an accredited institution. It consists of on-the-job learning, along with a series of presentations that teach interns about our Company. No prior knowledge of reinsurance necessary.
- Exposure to real-world experiences
- Networking with senior management and company employees
- Participation in conferences, company outings, and social events
- Scholarship opportunities
- Catered lunches
- Community outreach activities
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Transparency in Coverage Rule (U.S. only)
The following link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the United States’ federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.