Saturday, February 14, 2009

Amica Insurance: IT Application Development Internship

Amica Mutual Insurance Company

IT Application Development Internship

Summer 2009

As one of the nation's leading personal lines carriers, Amica is strong, stable, financially secure, and consistently rated #1 for personal service by our customers. We have over $4 billion in assets, are rated A++ by A.M. Best, and employ over 3,000 people, countrywide.

Our office located in Lincoln, RI is seeking up to eight IT interns to work in our CIS department. These are paid internships and the working hours are 35 hours per week during the summer months with the possibility of continuing employment during the school year.

The position involves providing support for our insurance systems which are written in COBOL and Assembler language. Willingness to work in these mainframe systems is critical. Flexibility is a must as Amica also utilizes Java and .NET development tools, packaged software and is aggressively transforming its current legacy systems. A programming background is required. Training will be provided.

Qualified students should be enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program within the IT field and anticipate graduating no later than spring, 2010. Interns who successfully complete the internship will be considered for full-time employment.

Please submit resumes no later than April 17, 2009 to:

Mrs. Linda Demaine

CIS Department

Amica Mutual Insurance Company

P.O. Box 6008

Providence, RI 02940

Fax: (401) 334-1634 – Attn: Linda Demaine

No phone calls please. Only those selected for further consideration
will be contacted.

Equal Opportunity Policy:

All qualified applicants who are authorized to work in the United States
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
religion, sex, color, national origin, age, disability or sexual
orientation. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits
discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are
40 or more years of age. Employees are subject to the provisions of the
Workers' Compensation Act.