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Benefits Analyst Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA
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The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Milliman in June 2012.

Interview Details

First step: Interview with HR + Math Test, Excel Test, Word. This part was easy, HR was really friendly, knowledgeable, and a pleasure to meet with. Standard interview questions. Nothing out of the ordinary.

The next step was a meeting with the hiring manager and two members of the team. None of the questions were that difficult, but the hiring manager seemed to not care at all and was about as engaged as a bowl of fruit. The two members of the team seemed nice enough, but very buttoned up. There was an additional one on one math portion at the end of the interview which was a bit of a surprise. One of the team members stays in the room and goes over problems with you. The problems are not that difficult, but if you don't know the benefits terminology it can throw you off.

Interview Questions
  • Standard questions. Most difficult part was doing math problems with someone looking over your shoulder.   Answer Question
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