As an Actuarial Analyst, you will be responsible for:
- Collecting data, performing analyses, and presenting results for pricing indications, loss reserve reviews, and financial modeling.
- Recommending pricing, reserving, or modeling outcomes and assisting less experienced staff with routine and more complex assignments.
- Participating in special projects related to statistical modeling, interdepartmental committees, development of new or revised systems and attendant reporting mechanisms, and problem solving or investigation related to various actuarial disciplines.
- Collecting and presenting statistical information on company experience and financial results including peer analysis.
- Participating in continuous learning activities and progressing toward actuarial accreditation through successful completion of actuarial exams.
The ideal candidate should have:
- A degree in Mathematics, Actuarial Science, or a related field, and professional certification from a recognized Actuarial body.
- Experience working in a financial modeling or data analysis role is preferred.
- Beginner to intermediate PC programming skills enabling the individual to extract and manipulate data (SAS, SQL, Python, etc.).
- Beginner to intermediate Microsoft Office proficiency required to analyze and present actuarial information (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, etc.).
- Ability and willingness to continue participation in the actuarial exam program