Assistant Actuary

  • 33106
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Georgia, United States
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  • Nov 17, 2017
Insurance Organization
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assist with drafting new memorandums and other business communications with logical structure and minimal assistance
  • Understands various data sources and gathers data appropriately; prepares projections and applies detail from management recommendations and industry trends which may affect analysis
  • Develop new tools or information sources that enhance the collection and analysis of information
  • Probe to understand report requesters' needs, appropriately adjusts methodologies as necessary using a wide range of techniques; suggest alternative approaches
  • Recommend solutions to translate financial projections into business metrics; aware of area productivity, processes, & business profitability
  • Lead development of product pricing and direct the implementation of rates after the completion of the pricing cycle.
  • Assist in evaluating senior management initiatives to maximize potential company financial position improvement.
  • Interact with state insurance departments, auditors, and functional areas regarding business processes, gaps, & improvements
  • Develop methods to improve system & data quality and recommend measures for revisions
QUALIFICATIONS
  • ***Required***
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferred in Mathematics/Statistics/Actuarial Science or related field
  • 3 or more years of Actuarial business experience.
  • SAS, R or other statistical programming experience strongly preferred.
  • ***Preferred***
  • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication skills, including presenting to non-technical audiences
  • Successful attainment of ACAS or FCAS certification and membership preferred.
  • 4 or more years of Actuarial business experience preferred.
  • Advance knowledge of most recent version of Microsoft Office applications, with an emphasis on Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Warranty or related experience is a plus.
  • High level of technical proficiency in the actuarial field to apply experience, actuarial and statistical techniques to detect, interpret, and anticipate financial experience, market position, and general business environment changes.
  • Ability to deal with ambiguity and the corresponding ability to quickly provide sound decisions and recommendations with less than complete information.
  • High degree of financial operations related technical expertise, together with an understanding of the financial interactions between various business operations, and a strong focus on detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to grasp and utilize economic, financial, and industry data to accurately diagnose business strengths and weaknesses.