Feb 19

UnitedHealth Group R&D Information Session

From site: Career Center

Begin your career at UnitedHealth Group, Research & Development as a Data Scientist

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 pm / CMC 206

UnitedHealth Group 

Information Session: Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 12-1pm, CMC 206 | RSVP via the Tunnel

Join Carleton alum Melissa Bain ’18 (Economics & Mathematics) and Sam Bacon ’17 (Mathematics/Statistics) to learn more about UnitedHealth Group's Data Science Program - Research & Development opportunity.

Melissa & Sam will be presenting work they’ve done to give students a sense of the various opportunities that exist in the industry. 

They will touch briefly on the jobs available and take Q&A. 

Begin your career at UnitedHealth Group, Research & Development and you’ll get an opportunity to do something extraordinary with your first job out of school: make a real difference. We have modest goals: Help 75 million people live healthier lives. Change the landscape of health care forever. Leave the world a better place than we found it. Such aspirations attract a certain type of person. Crazy talented. Brilliant. Compassionate. Driven. You’ll find these people everywhere you turn here. You’ll also find a world of career options fueled by your performance and limited only by imagination. Start here. And start doing your life’s best work.(sm) 

When it comes to challenges that can dramatically shape your career, smart people like you are discovering opportunities with us. Here’s why. A career with UnitedHealth Group in the Research and Development area in a Data Science role drive new insights and lead research efforts to develop innovative assets for healthcare delivery systems.

We are seeking Data Scientists who will work closely with our expert domain scientists and business leaders to identify appropriate research questions and translate them into actionable analyses and algorithms. Your UHG experience will begin with an intensive onboarding/training experience where you’ll learn basic and advanced data science tools and methodologies You will then apply your skills in support of novel products for the healthcare system. We want to support you and, along the way, help you acquire the skills that lead to your life’s best work (sm).

Sponsored by Career Center. Contact: Andrea Kubinski, x5511