Practice Leader

  • 33011
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • California, United States
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  • Oct 5, 2017
Consulting Organization
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Client Management - mentor and advises others on growing business through client relationships.
  • Develop opportunities for the visibility of the companies tools, services and products;
  • Design and monitor plans to achieve strategic client goals and satisfaction.
  • Prepare communication plans to keep clients up to date with industry and company developments.
  • Review client documentation and contracts for consistency and compliance.
  • Project Management - monitor project plan quality, client satisfaction and profitability.
  • Periodically audit project budgets, timelines and deliverables.
  • Support and guide others on managing and communicating any scope and budget issues to the client.
  • Oversee Peer Review practices, ASOP compliance.
  • Oversee appropriate delegation of work.
  • Professional/Industry Development - Gain and sustain professional credentials.
  • Maintain credentials by increasing health care knowledge and signing authority through continuing education.
  • Develop initiatives for internal/external training.
  • Assist employees with professional development.
  • Oversee creation of additional resources and reference materials
  • New Business Development - create and drive opportunities for the organization's growth.
  • Facilitate brand recognition opportunities for the company through seminars/events and research papers, etc.
  • Prepare & organize goals, action plans and timelines focused on new business and products.
  • Develop and oversee new marketing initiatives to generate sales leads by monitoring industry & political trends.
  • Generate ideas, track and account for new business initiatives
  • Internal Operations - Lead company Best Business Practices.
  • Identify needs of organization and recruit top talent.
  • Facilitate and participate in community and professional volunteer activities/opportunities.
  • Identify needs of organization and recruit top talent.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • FSA designation (or ASA designation with additional experience)
  • Developed and managed $500,000 of new business annually or proven sales and client development.
  • Full accreditation with the Society of Actuaries and American Academy of Actuaries.
  • Minimum of 8 years of healthcare actuarial experience.
  • Strong client and project management skills.
  • Bachelor degree in Actuarial Science, Math or Statistics.