Actuarial Expert

  • 32679
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Jun 12, 2017
Insurance Organization
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Operate as a project leader and manage projects independently.
  • Lead Actuarial work and development of actuarial models related to rate change/implementation projects, reserve analysis and reporting, DCAT analysis, and other Actuarial projects/support work.
  • Take responsibility for delivering results and making project decisions of a complex nature.
  • Act as subject matter expert across the group of companies regarding Actuarial field and industry.
  • Follow industry trends and anticipate developments.
  • Assume technical leadership, and provide orientation for colleagues.
  • Provide thorough analysis of situations when making decisions on complex issues related to technical and business aspects of work.
  • Contribute to other actuarial functions by providing analysis and peer review support.
  • Contribute to joint initiatives with actuarial areas in other P&C companies within the Group on actuarial issues.
  • Develop excellent understanding of data and tables, and exercise a strong sense of judgment on analysis and recommendations.
  • Develop the ability to drill down and identify causes of discrepancies within complex Actuarial projects.
  • Participates in the development of the sector-based strategy for the department and the company.
  • Prepare full reports for a broad audience.
  • Foresees, understands and interprets the needs of clients in order to facilitate innovative solutions.
  • Maintain and update documentation of key actuarial functions.
  • Actively participate in self-development.
  • Uphold professional ethics, values, policies and procedures that support the company’s and profession’s standards, and comply with CEO/CFO Certification.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Eight (8) years of relevant experience in the property and casualty actuarial field.
  • Degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science.
  • ACAS or FCAS designation.
  • Expert knowledge of the Actuarial field and industry.
  • Strong technical skills, including actuarial techniques and familiarity with software required to perform this work.
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Strong computer skills including exceptional Microsoft Office skills.
  • Excellent knowledge of SAS is preferred.
  • Proven ability to simplify actuarial concepts to communicate them to a broad audience.
  • Demonstrated success in leading large, multi-functional actuarial initiatives.