Below is a job announcement from Mercer.  It is not yet posted on
Mercer's Career page.  To apply, please send an email with your
resume to Mr. Rahul Ramaswami at, a
former OSU actuarial science student graduated last year.

Good luck!

Chunsheng Ban

Job Description
Senior Health & Benefits International Analyst


Mercer is the global leader for trusted Human Resources and related
financial advice, products and services. In our work with clients, we
make a positive impact on the world every day. We do this by enhancing
the financial and retirement security, health, productivity and
employment relationships of the global workforce. Mercer has more than
19,000 employees serving clients in over 180 cities and 40 countries
and territories worldwide. If you thrive on challenge, are passionate
about ideas, love solving problems and truly enjoy connecting with
people, we encourage you to explore the hundreds of job opportunities
available through Mercer. Our core strengths in consulting, outsourcing
and investments place Mercer in a unique position to help our clients
achieve the extraordinary - and extraordinary results require
extraordinary people. Mercer is an operating unit of Marsh & McLennan

Marsh & McLennan Companies is a leading global professional services
firm with roots dating back to 1871. We employ over 50,000 employees in
more than 100 countries with annual revenue exceeding $11 billion. Marsh
& McLennan Companies is the parent company of a number of the world's
leading risk experts and specialty consultants, including: Marsh, our
insurance broker and risk advisor; Guy Carpenter, our risk and
reinsurance specialist; Mercer, our provider of HR and related financial
advice and services; and Oliver Wyman, our management consultancy.

The Senior Health & Benefits International Analyst supports the lead
international benefits consultant in managing the work with
multinational clients on a range of international benefits issues and
projects. The analyst will work with local Mercer benefits specialists
around the world to research, analyze, and evaluate the benefit plans
and programs for the non-US subsidiaries of multinational clients. This
may involve developing client strategy, interfacing directly with clients
and developing vendor relationships. To fulfill this role, the analyst

  * Coordinate and manage the activity of local brokers and consultants
    around the world in relation to our Global Benefit Management clients
    (i.e., clients that appoint Mercer as their broker for insured
    benefit programs globally).
  * Compare client information against benchmarks and provide
    recommendations on potential changes.
  * Support senior international consultants on a range of other
    international benefits projects such as retirement design and funding,
    competitive benefit analysis, benefits for start-up operations.
  * Understand and demonstrate project management and consulting skills
    such as: managing the quality and timeliness of client deliverables,
    helping to develop budgets and billing reports, participating in
    client calls and meetings as appropriate, and assisting with the
    preparation and delivery of clear and concise client-friendly
  * Act as a liaison with Mercer consultants around the world to draft
    responses to client questions on non-US benefit issues.
  * Provide analysis and support in relation to review and rebidding of
    expatriate medical insurance policies, and other benefit contracts for
    globally mobile employees and key local nationals.


  * Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, actuarial science,
    finance, business or related field.
  * One to two years of industry experience required
  * Knowledge of MS Office Tools (Excel, PowerPoint)
  * Excellent analytical, organizational, planning, and interpersonal
  * Excellent oral and written communications skills
  * Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a demanding work
  * Ability to work independently and on a team
  * Familiar with international benefit issues
  * Required to obtain and maintain appropriate licenses as required by
    state regulations and Mercer policies.