Cigna IT is looking for passionate technology-focused individuals to join the Customer Solutions Group (CSG). As an intern, you will be dedicated to supporting Cigna's mission of improving the health, well-being and sense of security of those we serve and will be given the opportunity to spend time with an IT group, helping drive that mission forward. This opportunity will increase your technical, leadership, and business skills.
Cigna IT and the Technology Early Career Development Program (TECDP) offers structured technical and non-technical training, networking opportunities, formal mentoring, and exposure to a breadth of technology across multiple lines of business. Throughout the internship, you will be challenged to develop the skills and competencies necessary to become a successful IT professional.
Why Have a Career in Cigna IT?
Cigna is a global health service company dedicated to helping those we serve improve their health, well-being, and sense of security. Due to the rapidly changing environment and Cigna's growing businesses, we need the best and brightest minds to join our IT team to help develop and support the future state of our technology solutions. Recent and future regulation changes will provide exciting growth opportunities for Cigna as we position our company to be at the forefront of this evolution.
- Java Development
- Web Design and Content Development
- .NET Development
- Mobile Development. Requirements
Exposure to programming in Java, C++ or .NET, or an understanding of Object Oriented Programming and/or an understanding of Databases and SQL
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal), with the ability to express ideas clearly and concisely
Ability to manage multiple priorities independently and simultaneously
Articulate, with superior verbal and written communication abilities
Ability to work within tight deadlines
Results oriented, focused, and able to see tasks through to completion
Enthusiastic, energetic, motivated, flexible, and willing to learn.
Self-sufficient; able to operate independently with minimal administrative support; a well motivated self-starter
Aptitude for learning/mastering PC applications. Ability to critique/troubleshoot own work and outcomes.
Punctual, industrious, and professional demeanor.
Team player with strong interpersonal skills
Education and Other Requirements:
Enrolled and actively pursuing a four year Bachelor degree in Information Systems, or other similar or related fields of study.
Minimum overall grade point average of 3.0
Ability to work in our on campus labs for a minimum of 10 hours per week. Paid opportunity with a flexible schedule.
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