Actuarial Analyst

  • 33242
  • Non-Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Jan 22, 2018
Insurance
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Train/coach other actuarial staff on actuarial methods and actively share expertise with peers
  • Data Collection.
  • Research, extract, and manipulate complex data from all relevant sources.
  • Identify relationships, problems/issues, and assess data quality.
  • Perform analysis/reviews as assigned.
  • Incorporate, understand and transfer knowledge of current methods, while ensuring completeness and accuracy.
  • Create and validate models to answer business questions as assigned.
  • Evaluate procedures and processes and recommend alternatives or improvements
  • Efficiency.
  • Evaluate existing processes to find areas for increased efficiency.
  • Identify opportunities for automation of routine tasks.
  • Develop creative new approaches to problem solving and assess impacts of solution options.
  • Construct and provide progress updates and reports regarding department objectives and tasks.
  • Develop and deliver presentations to the actuarial group and other departments.
  • Build Business Acumen.
  • Identify the business requirements for a given task and initiate action as required.
  • Understanding the insurance mechanism in general, as well as how it works at the company.
  • Understanding of both industry and company terminology.
  • Perform other duties as assigned/requested by the manager/director.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Undergraduate university degree in Actuarial Mathematics, Statistics, Mathematics or other related field of study.
  • Pursuing FCAS and have Credit for the following from the CAS Syllabus of Education:
  • Three Actuarial Exams & VEE Credits Experience.
  • Work Experience Minimum of 3 years’ prior work experience in insurance or related field.
  • Exposure to relevant modeling software such as Emblem, Classifier or Radar an asset.
  • Problem solving.
  • Strong ability to apply knowledge of actuarial science, mathematics, probability, statistics, principles of finance and business to problems in insurance.
  • Computer proficiency.
  • Ability to translate problem solving methods and ideas to various computer languages efficiently and effectively
  • Robust knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Understanding of database systems and how to interpret/extract data from those systems.
  • Able to adapt to new enterprise system environments.
  • Communication.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills with ability to communicate at the right level of complexity for the audience.
  • Organization.
  • Strong ability to handle multiple concurrent assignments in a timely manner.
  • Adaptable to change with a focus on client services.
  • Teamwork and leadership.
  • Works efficiently and cooperatively in a team environment and involve others when appropriate.
  • Presents ideas to audiences in with precision and clarity.
  • Ask effective questions to elicit detailed and relevant information.